That event came from the fact that a lot of things are going wrong in our polity. We are losing a beautiful country and people are concernedRead More
The approach is to reach out to the budding youths in Nigeria, as a starting point, and create a platform for them to be exposed to critical values that will help promote transparency, integrity and an understanding of what service truly meansRead More
Senator Peter Nwaoboshi represents Delta North Senatorial District in the Senate. In this interview, the former chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and presently Chairman, Senate Committee on Niger Delta Affairs explains why he initiated the NDDC Amendment Bill and its benefits.Read More
It is like the kettle calling pot black, let me say quickly, who is more noted for lying is it PDP or APC. PDP is a lying party, it is a party of pathological liars. Let me cite example of what I’m saying, sometimes ago, Mr Fayose went to China, using our money, he pretended as if he was addressing people at an economic submit, whereas ýhe was just at a train station. That was terrible.Read More
There is evidence that Nigeria needs to improve micro-economic aspects such as improving the ease of doing business and ease of travel across borders, to encourage business relationships across borderRead More
There was panic buying, there was hoarding, there was diversion and everything and it never got sorted out till the new year. So it was just a matter of Nigerians causing problems for NigeriansRead More
When we started, people said, ‘Ah, another Igbinedion has come again; why are you lambasting the government that they are not taking care of IDPs? What did your father do when he was governor of Edo State?’Read More
When Balewa made us proud in speech to US Congress • The tricks Hope Harriman played on me IT was her 28th birthday on January 15, 1966, a day that forever changed the political destiny of Nigeria’s young democracy which was six years old at that time. Mrs. Irene Harriman was a facilitator of sorts
Mrs. Florentia Kiadole from the Philippines but married to a Nigerian man from Benue state and to be specific an Idoma man from Otukpo local government, also worked as a receptionist at the Indonesian Embassy in Nigeria.Read More
Oba Uche Ikedigwe is a high chief from Agukwu Nri Community and an APGA Chieftain. In this interview with newsmen he eulogized Governor Obiano for his administrative modus operandi and good work in Anambra State.Read More
With different degrees and certifications in Applied Chemical and Bio-sciences, Mr. Bevis Igbinoba has risen from someone, who was discouraged when establishing his firm, ACTLAP, to become the leader of a multinational company that is a major player in healthcare, power sector and ICT among others.
He was trained at the University of Winnepeg, Canada, , Red River College (RRCC)Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and Manitoba Technology Institute,Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Igbinoba is the President and CEO, of ACTLAP Group, Canada, USA, EU, Middle East and Africa. He narrates his story that started from Benin to more than 58 countries, leaving readers with immense lessons to be drawn.
DESPITE its commercial natural gas endowment, Nigeria has not yet recorded significant utilisation of Liquefied Natural Gas, LPG. In this interview with Udeme Akpan and Ediri Ejoh, The Vice President of NLPGA and managing director/CEO of Banner Energy, Mr. Nuhu Yakubu, who spoke on a wide range of issues, canvass for the rapid development and utilisation of LPG in the nation.Read More
The Aare Onakakanfo is a statesman’s position, you have to be moderate in your utterances, you need to be careful on how you handle issuesRead More
The Congress has been helping us to ensure that the money taken out of the country is returned despite the efforts by some Nigerians to sabotage the moveRead More
Mr Israel Chibueze Ibeleme is a media aide to the Minister of Transportation, Mr Chibuike Amaechi. Like any other young man in search of greener pastures, Ibeleme travelled from his Isiala-Oboro village in Ikwuano Local Government Area of Abia State to Port Harcourt in 2003 to live with a cousin but he became homeless two years after when he was driven out of by his relation. From 2005 to 2008, he slept on the street in Rivers State capital while a transformer served as his wardrobe before a ‘Good Samaritan’ picked him up and dropped him in the Government House Port Harcourt.Read More