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"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

Wike: An Agent Of National Cohesion

With the passage of time, the familiar refrain, “though tongues and tribes may differ, in brotherhood we stand”, may long have been forgotten by...

Nigeria At 58 : Niger Delta In The Eye Of The Storm

As Nigeria marks 58 years of nationhood today, 58 years she gained independence and emancipation from British colonial rule, keen observers of the political...

Peace And Dev: Mainstreaming The Niger Delta 

Concerns and agitations for a planned development of the Niger Delta region are not recent issues, as many not conversant with the historical antecedents...

The Wike Factor In Peace Building And National Cohesion

Exactly today, 57 years ago, the British Union Jack was lowered, and in its place, the Green-White-Green Nigerian Flag was hoisted; to mark the...

Diversifying The Economy: What Progress So Far?

Nigeria today operates a mono commodity economy with total dependence on petroleum resources. The country is greatly endowed with many natural resources across different...

Nigeria @ 57: What The People Say

Exactly 57 years ago, the colonial rule of the Great Britain in Nigeria came to an end after years of struggle by some of...

Resolving The Corruption Albatross

Today, October 1, 2017 marks the 57th birthday of the nation, Nigeria. Born October 1, 1960, Nigeria has been saddled with avalanche of problems...

Nigeria At 55: Of Wasted Years, The Way Forward

  Development process. It requires patience, steadfastness, integrity and indeed unrelenting resolve to get things done. Upon independence in 1960, the founding fathers of the...

Nigerian Health Sector:A Fledging Phenomenon

NIGERIA @ 55 Tonye Nria-Dappa The Nigerian health sector is one which had been embroiled in one controversy or the other over the years. It is...

Nigeria: 55 Years Later And Not A Moment For Sober Reflection

NIGERIA @ 55 Eme N. Ekekwe One does not easily remember the last time Nigeria’s independence anniversary came around and we celebrated in joyful gratitude to...
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