Nnewi’s Quest for Quality Representation: The Benchuks Nwosu Option, by Ebuka Onyekwelu

Nnewi, a major industrial and business hub in Anambra state is an emerging modern city of many positive parts. In

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Making Sense of the Regular Strike Action By Nigerian Workers. – Ebuka Onyekwelu

The news of the latest Academic Staff Union of Universities-ASUU strike was received in many quarters with a straight up

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How Emeka Ojukwu unmasked Buhari in 1989

​Have we not witnessed, under the military regime of Generals Buhari and Idiagbon, a perfectly egoistical dictatorship? Have we not

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APGA and Imo Guber Primaries; Matters Arising Thereof

Since the conclusion of the primary elections, our great party APGA has come under ceaseless attacks from all manner of

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Imo Guber: What Okorocha Never Knew About Oshiomhole, by Collins Opurozor

When Rochas Okorocha was fighting to unseat Chief John Odigie-Oyegun in order to enthrone Comrade Adams Oshiomhole as National Chairman

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APGA, Araraume and His Professor of Sycophancy, by Collins Opurozor

After going through what Chief Ifeanyi Araraume’s legitimist, one “Prof.” Tony Oha, wrote about me, I felt sincerely ashamed of

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Re: Northern Group to Atiku: Drop Obi or Forget 2019

In response to a piece, “Drop Obi or Forget 2019” by a certain Northern group, the spokesman to the former

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Gbagam: Supreme Court Don Break APC Backbone For Rivers State

Di Supreme Court don deliver judgement for Rivers State APC wahala mata Supreme Court cancel all di primary election for

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Atiku and the Rise of Peter Obi by Reuben Abati

Shortly after former Vice President Atiku Abubakar became the flag-bearer of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on October 6, party

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For God Sake Make Buhari & APC Stop All Dis Packaging – Nigerians!

Nigerians say na all dis annoying packaging naim go finally destroy APC and dia Presidential candidate, President Buhari Dem say

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Why PDP Must go for a Southeast VP, by Ebuka Onyekwelu

In 2015, APC knowing that much of its support comes from South West had an option to pick a South

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On Ambode, Tinubu and Sanwolu, by Mitterand Okorie

​You couldn’t make this up. The night of long knives are here. Get your gas mask. The room would soon

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APGA Charade Called Primary Election, by Concerned Party Man.

Since about two weeks now, many APGA faithful have been trying to understand what a supposedly national political party is

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Lagos Development; Beyond the Headlines, by Immanuel James Ibe-Anyawu

​Through media hype over the years, Lagos has emerged Nigeria’s most illustrious state. Infrastructure, albeit deficient, exceeds what obtains in

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Begging in Jesus Name, by Valentine Obienyem

This trend did not start now and the end is not in sight: using God’s  or Divine’s name to make

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Imo Guber: APGA and Solon’s Challenge. By Collins Opurozor

“She who was enslaved is now free. And I brought back many who had been sold and those who had

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Nigerians don Crown Kemi Adeosun As Di Minister of Oluwole

Nigerians don create anoda ministry for di finance minister, Mrs Kemi Adeosun.  Dem don make Kemi Adeosun as di Minister

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Imo APGA, Okey Ezeh and the Siege of Madasa, by Collins Opurozor

History always repeats itself. This assertion has come to be taken by many as a truth held to be self-evident,

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The Question of Igbo Unity; A Reality Check. By Agunze Azuka

There is a persistent false narrative that has been peddled over the years that Igbos are not united. They say

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Imo Guber: Who Gets APGA Ticket and Why?

Recently, I undertook a study of some blue-chip companies around the world.  I discovered that most American companies that started

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The Tinubu Rhetoric: My Response, By Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki

I have always restrained from joining issues in the media with Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and this is based on

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Breaking Addictions and Bad Habits, by Chioma Ani

​This particular Wednesday evening, She decided to take a walk to the school where she took summer classes. She was

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Why Lagos is Third Worst Place to Live in the World: Nigerian Man; Banks, Narrates Ordeal

Yesterday I cried in this Lagos. Every passing day I discover new things about my life and how many things

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