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Amaechi, Wike, Abe, Dakuku And The Struggle For The 2019 Rivers APC Guber Ticket


Critical Examination of the Forces And Factors At Play                                             By Eze Chukwuemeka Eze   Preamble In 2014, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi the undisputable leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Niger Delta region and incumbent Minster of Transportation of the Federal Republic of Nigeria reiterated that, “You see, there are two Nigerians from ...

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The Extraordinary Power of Prolonged Eye Gazing


The sun is about to set in Fukushima, Japan, and I am sitting on the top floor of an old building that used to be a primary school. In front of me, 10 adults sit on the floor with their eyes closed, facing each other in pairs. They are all waiting for my sign. When the gong rings, they will ...

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The will to act is entirely dependent on the decision to act. Ideally, a resolution should flow seamlessly into its corresponding action such that there is little to distinguish between the decision and the action. The bible mentioned a servant girl of Naaman’s wife. However, the girl was brave enough to tell her mistress of a prophet in the country ...

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Who Is Going To Heaven?


An article By Tony Ogunlowo Everybody wants to go to Heaven. After our earthly lives are spent and finished we all want to go to a place of peace and happiness for eternity. It’s what inspires us to live Godly lives. Some fraudulent pastors will have you believe that if you don’t pay your tithes you won’t go to heaven. ...

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The Multi-Billion Naira Ilorin Water Reticulation Project: A Scam?


Water is a necessity for life and it is the responsibility of every responsible government to give priority to provision of good water. The unmatchable importance of hygienic water to human survival has triggered the consciousness of some international organisations to flag off different water provision programs for developing countries including Nigeria. Ilorin metropolis has three water dams (Asa dam, ...

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The street with the police station on it has one street light burning. The police station itself was dark and still. The City’s cheap road crunched loudly under my feet, as I hurried to catch up with Mr  Onyenna (not his real name). The clock in my head said it was past two in the afternoon. I got to Onyenna’s house  in ...

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Blood On The Streets, Tears In Our Eyes, Genocide & Massacre -By Ayobami Ladipo


It is with the heaviest of hearts, the strongest anger and deepest feelings I pen this letter as images of the things I see have refused to leave my memory and all I hear from my radio are songs of sorrow so much so that I am tempted to ask why we were born to this part of the world, ...

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Of Crooks And The Law Of Karma – By FOLA OJO


For eight years, he loomed large as governor over a state called Plateau. And for that long, he plateaued above the law, taking domineering charge over unaudited security funds and ecological earmarks running into billions of naira. And much of it streamed down the sewer of corruption into his many private pockets. He knew the gravity of what he did. ...

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The 2019 Nigerian Presidential Elections-By Tony Ogunlowo


The Nigerian Presidential Elections are barely a year away. It’ll be an interesting and definitive election that the whole of Nigeria – and the rest of the World – will be watching very carefully. Again it’s going to be a test to see if democracy can survive in Africa. Traditionally incumbent Presidents can expect to win a majority of the ...

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Corporate Social Responsibility: Zenith Bank Shines With Basketball

Zenith Bank

  The idea of Corporate Social Responsibility must have been born from the need to impact directly on the general populace, organisational affiliation regardless, but one might not have to look too hard through many Nigerian organisations to see that what they have is a mirage – it can’t be felt, it can’t be held and when you attempt to ...

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