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From left: Obinna Nweke...injured during invasion by armed men; *Samuel Nweke, the new Traditional Prime Minister and Sunday Okoli....also injured during the attack

Leadership dispute, N15m tear Abia community apart

IT has been a case of accusations and counter-accusations being the fallout of the communal crisis rocking the people of Eluama community, Lokpaukwu Umuchieze automonous community in Umunneochi Local Government Area of Abia State. At the centre of the crisis, which has so far split the community into two factions, are the traditional ruler of the community, Eze Moses Okwale and his younger brother, Dr. Borke Okwale and others loyal to them on one side. On the opposing side is the other faction comprising the newly elected EDU executive, teaming up with those who identified themselves as concerned citizens of Eluama who claimed to have the support of about 90 percent of the entire populace.

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Mike Awoyinfa

My anger with Jesus — Mike Awoyinfa

Some 365 days after his death, celebrated veteran journalist and a former Vice Chairman of The Sun, Pastor Dimgba Igwe, literally returned to life last Tuesday at the conference hall of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Victoria Island, Lagos, during the launch of ’50 World Editors,’ a book the deceased co-authored with Mike Awoyinfa, his ‘twin brother’ and colleague.

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ex-Governor, Balarabe-Musa

Balarabe Musa: An ex-governor’s unbelievable Spartan life

There is a house on 25 Aliyu Turaki Road in Kaduna metropolis that is very popular and unmistakable. This simple weather-beaten three-bedroom bungalow is known to even children in the area on account of many factors. First, the gate of the house is always flung open as early as 6am and will not be shut until midnight. Again, the owner of the house is one who comes out freely to associate with his neighbours any time of the day.

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Ooni of Ife: Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Olubuse 11

Ooni of Ife: The list lengthens daily

Since the completion of the burial rites of Late Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Olubuse11, prominent princes from Ile-Ife, the cradle of Yoruba race have been jostling to occupy the vacant stool. At the last count, no fewer than 35 princes from the four recognised royal families in the ancient town have shown interest in the throne. These ruling houses are: Lafogido. Giesi, Ogboru and Osinkola.

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Chief Obasogie & Lola

How my husband’s death sent me to Hell

For several years, 49 years old Solomon Idahosa maintained an annual ritual. A Bini man from Edo state but resident in Kaduna, Idahosa would pick up the telephone every New Year Eve and at exactly midnight, he would call his mother in Benin-City to exchange pleasantries and wish her and other members of the family happy and prosperous New Year. As usual, on December 31, 2014, Idahosa called the mother after which he retired to sleep with his family at their Aunguwan Sunday residence of Kaduna metropolis.

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BISHOP MIKE OKONKWO

Men of God failed to deliver Jonathan from a spell – Bishop Mike Okonkwo

Dr Mike Okonkwo is the presiding Bishop of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission, TREM, with over 160 branches in Nigeria and across the globe. The top Evangelist who will celebrate his 70th birthday come September 6, in this interview shares his life challenges, his turn around as well as the present anti-corruption crusade in the country

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