Gov. Rochas and Construction of Rural Roads in Ngor/Okpala

By Nwaorgu Faustinus Though I have done some opinion pieces on the current administration in Imo State, led by the peoples’ Governor – Owelle Rochas Okorocha in connection to infrastructural development, particularly in the area of road construction, it would not be out of place to draw the attention of Imo State government to the […]

Photos: No more Security Risk? President Jonathan beaming with smiles as Gov. Amaechi Receives Him at Porthacourt Airport

Video: President Obama’s Town Hall Meeting With Young African Leaders.

Women, Ministers and the Book Launch

By Joke Grange Nigeria is Africa’s most populous nation with a population of over 160 million. According to the 2006 census by the National Population Commission, women constitute 68.3million of Nigeria’s burgeoning population. Women are therefore a significant demographic group and Society for Women Advancement in Nigeria (S.W.A.N), a civil society organization, has continued to […]

Oguta State Assembly Re-Run: A Dress Rehearsal for Imo 2015 Governorship

By John Mgbe It is no longer a secret that there will be a re-run election into the IMO State Assembly seat of Oguta Local Government Area(LGA) on Saturday, June 29th,2013.The re-run poll is caused by the sacking of the former legislator by the Court of Appeal, Owerri on 20th,April,2013.What happened was that the State […]

2013 Budget Review: NASS Must Act Now!

By Abdullahi M. Seidu One topic that has generated so much discourse in the Nigerian public space for a long time is the 2013 budget. Right from the primordial planning stages, it has raised so much dust that even the average Nigerian who would ordinarily maintain an indifferent posture has eventually become an active participant. […]

Okorocha, Imo State Pensioners And The 10,000 Sacked Workers

By Kenneth Uwadi When I write against any of Governor Rochas Okorocha’s policies , a selected group of paranoid supporters of the government will accuse me of being biased and sponsored by political opponents. They will resort to name-calling. When I stand in favour of any laudable step that governor Okorocha took ,those that brand […]


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