The New Face of the Niger Delta Amnesty Programme

By Mene Lube The Niger Delta Presidential Amnesty Program was set up in 2010 by former president Alhaji Umaru Musa Yar’Adua GCFR. The sole purpose of the programme was to help rehabilitate and reintegrate militants in the Niger Delta who had accepted presidential amnesty given to them. It was on June 25, 2009 that President […]

Effective Rportage: Time To Set The Media Ethics On Use

By Onyenwe Princely Effective media reporting is a kind of communication that conveys value to the listening public and this has to be done with genuineness of purpose and professionalism in practice. Quality reports are meant to be time ranged to enclose essential contents and state of affairs. Most times its assessments are based on […]

Opinion: Why Should I Cover My Hair

By Olalekan Waheed Adigun Religion is one of the greatest institutions created by man. For instance, Islam is defined as a “religion of peace” but you will find in the Quran some passages as violent as this: ”And when the sacred months are passed, kill those who join other gods with Allah wherever ye shall […]

Abia :Ikpeazu reads riot act to vandals of public utilities

Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has called on those vandalising public utilities to desist from the nefarious activities or face the full weight of the law. Ikpeazu in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Godwin Adindu said that the concerted efforts of his to improve the living condition and welfare of Abians by […]

Opinion: Relocation of the Military Command Centre

By Olalekan Waheed ADIGUN In his inaugural address to the nation, Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari gave a strange order for the Military Command Centre or the Headquarters to immediately relocate to Maiduguri till terrorism is defeated. Since he made this speech, many so-called military “experts” or analysts have suddenly sprung up to voice their opinions […]

Opinion: What The Government Owes The People

By Ugochukwu Ejinkeonye Now that the campaigns and elections are over and the winners have been sworn in at both the federal and state levels, I think that the best next step for us now is to hurriedly put aside the convenient, barefaced lie that any political party is “better” than the other so we […]

Buhari’s Inauguration & the restoration of electricity supply: APC’s change or civil servants eye-service? – PDP Watchdog

The PDP Media Watchdog has queried the events in the last few days prior to the inauguration on Friday May 29th 2015 of President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osibanjo. A situation were there was a total power outage and the whole country was shutdown for more than a week and the sudden restoration […]


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