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Monday, January 21, 2019

"Our goal is to make Rivers State a land of peace and prosperity with boundless opportunities and possibilities"

– a place where no one is left behind...

Gov.Ezenwo Nyesom Wike

Money Politics In Nigeria

Political historians usually associate periods in a country’s political  history with a certain brand of politics and Nigeria is not an exception to this....

The Cosmetic Of Re-branding Nigeria

The re-branding Nigeria project is more like decorating a package and making it attractive to prospective buyers or investors. It is much the same...

Boat Mishaps And Loss Of Lives

One of the recurring problems of Nigeria is boat mishap. Yearly cases of boat mishap are reported in the country without any sign of...

Africa And The Food Security Question

A disciple of confuscius once asked his great master what the basic ingredients of good governance are, and Confucius answered “sufficient food, sufficient weapons...

Issues On Addiction

Addiction is all about getting  hooked on harmful habits especially drugs; alcohol or food. This has invariably sent many to their untimely death. While driving...

Water And Man

One of the major responsibilities of every government is to take measures that would promote the well-being of its citizens. In doing this, government...

CICC: A Catalyst For International Justice

The International Criminal Court was obviously established to ensure the effective Administration of International Justice system for such crimes against humanity. Towards the effort of...

N’Delta And Human Rights Abuse

Vivid images of environmental and political degradation of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria were a terrifyingly common place: surfaces of rivers and streams...

Restoring Peace In the N’Delta

For several years, the Niger Delta region of Nigeria has been a hot bed for Federal Government’s presence especially in its joint venture business...

Oil Pipeline Vandalism

The importance of oil to the economy of Nigeria cannot be ever-emphasised. The Nigerian economy is wholly dependent on revenue from oil. Without this,...
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