APGA: Has Karma Finally Caught-up With Victor Umeh?

By Odimegwu Onwumere In “Reincarnation and Karma”, Stephen Knapp educates us that Karma is one of those topics that many people know a little about, but it is often more complex than most people realize. The second law of thermodynamics is that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. On the universal […]

LG Chairman Refutes Abia Voice’s allegations

Group passes Confidence vote on Imo Speaker

It was a happy day for the Speaker of the Imo State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Benjamin Uwajumogu on Sunday 17th February, 2013 at Obowo Council Area Headquarters Otoko where many illustrious sons and daughters of Okigwe zone in an umbrella body of a socio-cultural Union known as Odimma Okigwe gathered and condemned the […]

Imo govt rolls out Free Igbo Language classes for citizens in Lagos

In a bid to encourage Igbo language and its cultural value, the Imo state government through the administration of Governor Anayo Rochas Okorocha, recently rolled out Free Igbo Language classes at the Imo state liaison office in Lagos for its citizens. The governor’s Special Assistant on Lagos Liaison, Hon. Lisa Asugha emphasized that the on-going […]

First Lady’s Illness Revelation: Presidency Has Lost Credibility – ACN

By Alhaji Lai Mohammed- National Publicity Secretary Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) The Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) has congratulated First Lady Patience Jonathan for her miraculous return from the dead, while slamming the presidency for losing whatever is left of its credibility over its handling of the First Lady’s illness saga. In a statement […]

G-8 and Nigeria’s Oil Wealth: Corruption and Wealth of a Nation

By Emeka Chiakwelu It is all over the news that G-8 leadership gathering in Northern Ireland in June will discuss the issue of corruption in the management of Nigeria’s oil wealth. The problem of corruption in Nigeria and indeed Africa is an old and tiring story not because it has lost its importance but for […]

Lotto Scam: London Court Jails Nigeria’s Osas Odia, others

MailOnline: A Nigerian who returned to Britain after being deported has been jailed for his role in a £2.7million lottery scam. Osas Odia, 33, was booted out of the UK in 2005 after immigration officials discovered he was using a forged stamp in his passport to work. However, the management graduate was allowed to return […]


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