CONUA, NAMDA Registration And Implications For ASUU

By Shehu Bashir I really do not intend to make any long note on this, the obvious is very naked. For some who might need a little explanation, let me emphasize that ASUU has overstretched it’s luck, allowing it’s trampoline to be perforated by ego and poor tactics, opening it’s windows for FG to come in and deflate it’s vulnerable balloon. Things may not be the same again for ASUU again unless?. First, let me say that I am on the side of federal government because ASUU has failed to…

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Why Imo First Lady Squandered Millions To Host Rally For Tinubu

By Onwuasoanya FCC Jones Few weeks ago, I wrote that my younger Ideato sister, Her Excellency Barrister Chioma Uzodimma will not vote for Alhaji Bola Tinubu as the next President of Nigeria. I argued that she is such a fantastic and forward thinking and humane lady who wouldn’t wish Nigeria a terrible leader like Tinubu as its next President. For that writeup, some of my governor’s thugs descended on me. Those top rankers in the 3R administration who called me on phone told me that the governor doesn’t want his…

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Ubadinanmuta And Philanthropic Activities

By Ifeanyi Ndukwe Dr. Uzoma Ogandu who is famously known as Ubadinanmuta is a notable son of Umudim in Ikeduru Local Government Area of Imo State. A refined business man cum politician, Dr. Uzoma Ogandu is well reputed for his philanthropic activities and generosity. He is so kind hearted and down to earth. Ubadinanmuta has been helping the less privileged in his community and beyond for many decades, not for any political ambition, but for the betterment of humanity. Ubadinanmuta is a household name today in Ikeduru and Imo State…

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Mbaike Roads And Akarachi’s Visible Patriotism

By Moses Ubochi Even  before he threw his hat in  the ring to run for Mbaitoli/Ikeduru Federal Constituency seat on the platform of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, compelling factors had spurred Engr Akarachi Amadi towards embarking on an avowed mission to tackle the nagging issue of  collapsed, poor road network across Mbaike. And while it is obvious that Mbaike people are in dire need of good roads, it is in fact  trite to say that no other federal constituency in the Imo desires paved and motorable roads at…

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Nyesom Ezenwo Wike: A Looser Has No Game

By Batos Nwadike Nyesom Wike; the name sounds like the rhythm of an Ikwerre Igbo music. Though the variant in the central Igbo dialect means Onyesomaga Nwoke. Which means in the throes of life of the ancestors of the current warrior; who is the Governor of Rivers state, his forefathers must have been engaged in some inexplicable travails that they gave their son the name of their life navigations. Meaning: who is with me? That is the real meaning of the name Onyesomaga? Today Wike may in pursuit of a…

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Presidency: Obi Will Go With His “Wife And Children”

By Batos Nwadike Obi is a complete man. He will never be a boy forever. He is an adult with wife and  children. He is now Hurricane Obi! Go and verify! This is very important and critical. That as Obi sets off on the highway to Aso Rock Villa in Abuja as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the 2023 elections, we must shine our eyes against intruders and interlopers. Fairweather supporters, those who are in other parties with opposing political persuasions are won’t to tell you, that…

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Ekene Umunnakwe Foundation: Touching Lives Across Owerri West LGA

By Eze Amaeshi With its motto as, ” putting  genuine smiles on people’s faces’, the Ekene Umunnakwe Foundation which was established three years ago has actually lived, in all respects, up to the vision behind its establishment. The Foundation, according to its founder, Hon. Ekene Umunnakwe, was established as a response to the various challenges facing people in Owerri west LGA, especially in the area of health, with particular emphasis on eye- related issues. It is also active in promoting quality education and giving promising children a future and assisting…

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INDIA : “Mission Amrit Hastam” Was Born With Dream To Guide And Help Zero Habitats

While many people in the society are still living without food, many people are living on the railway lines and roads.  The government’s food schemes have not reached all parts of the society.  Many paralyzed people do not even have the opportunity to take advantage of the government’s food schemes. Therefore, the “Mission Amruta (Amrit) Hastam” program, organized by the International People’s Enhancement Organization Chinmaya Foundation, was born in the NAAM MANDIR (name temple) in Baruneshwar Kshetra of ​​Binjharpur block of Jajpur district of Odisha state with the dream of…

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Blasphemy Against ASUU And Nigeria

By Farooq A. Kperogi  I am intentionally appropriating, and extending the semantic boundaries of, the term “blasphemy” for this piece because it seems to be the only term that inflames enough passions to get Nigerians to talk, listen, or act. Alhaji Ahmed Idris, the suspended Accountant General of the Federation, has “blasphemed” the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Nigeria, and even decency with his stratospheric pillaging of the nation’s resources. One of the consequences of his theft is the closure of our public universities. He should be “beaten,” “stoned,”…

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Owerri Municipal Insistence On  Anukam For Assembly Seat

By Austine Echereozo Recently I boarded a Bus Imo from Tetlow junction to the other end Tetlow that terminates at Wetheral near Ogboshishi. I was actually going to Nekede to meet a friend of mine that lectures as Federal Polytechnic Nekede. Before I entered the bus five persons were already seated, two middle aged men. A young man in his late twenties and two women of which by my calculations, one of the women of which by my calculations, must have sixty. I noticed that they were discussing politics as…

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