Imo Assembly moves to Restrict Movement of Heavy Duty Trucks

Following a Bill for a Law to control and restrict the movement of heavy duty vehicles within the Owerri capital city sponsored by Hon. Ikechukwu Amuka which is at the Committee stage at the State Assembly, the movement of such vehicles will be restricted within the capital city of Owerri between the hours of 9pm […]

Re: Minister of Aviation Declares War On YORUBA 1 By Joe Obi

‘’In almost twenty years of writing this column, I have never written any article in support of anyone because he is ‘’my brother’’; neither have I written one against anyone because he is not ‘’my brother’’, Dele Sobowale asserts in an article under the above headline in the Vanguard newspaper edition of February 24. Everyone, […]

Slave Labour: Diamond Bank’s contract employees protest

Aggrieved contract Staff of Diamond Bank PLC have petitioned the management and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to protest poor working conditions. Below is a full text of their petition. OUR AGITATIONS This is the reaction of all DSEs Nationwide as regards the new commission rate and all other issues: “When the usage of […]

Foreign Reserve Brouhaha; Let’s Pause and Thank Aunty Ngozi

By Oluwaseun Joseph Frankly speaking, it is quite heart-warming to see some influential Nigerians coming out of their gilded cage to demand accountability from the present government. It shows that we are now waking up to our civic rights by calling the government to task on the expenditure of our collective wealth, and alerting them […]

Kema Chikwe and her recent declaration of “no vacancy in Aso in 2015”

By Comrade Chukwuma C. Nnadi During the recent presentation of “PDP Women in Power” calendar 2013 in Abuja. A member of the National Working Committee of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Dr. (Mrs.) Kemafor Chikwe, said that the PDP would still field President Goodluck Jonathan for the 2015 Presidential election in Nigeria. The PDP National […]

The kidnap fear

Foreign firms may become scared to send their people to northern Nigeria. The Economist: MOST foreign investors in Nigeria have reckoned that the profits outweigh the risks and the hassle. But a spate of kidnappings, on top of an Islamist insurgency that refuses to die down, may make them think twice before venturing into the […]


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