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Ex-President Jonathan to U.S. lawmakers on Nigerian Christians
  Read full speech below Challenges of Nigerian Christians and the Niger Delta Question-A Summary A Presentation by Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, Chairman of the Goodluck Jonathan Foundation to the U.S. House Sub Committee on Africa, February 1, 2017 Let me start by thanking Congressman, Christopher H. Smith, Chairman U.S. House.....
Kema Chikwe: Elegance Made of Sterner Stuff
By Kingsley Anaroke  One of the striking qualities of Kemafor Nonyerem Chikwe, (fondly called Kema), is her love for people; a rare quality among leaders in modern Nigeria. She once confessed this to the media, “I love people around me. I love human beings.” This innate quality has.....
Pastor Bakare to President Buhari,Shake-up your cabinet
Introduction Fellow citizens of our great country, we are gathered here again at the turn of the year, as has become customary, to take a timely look at our nation – to examine its social, economic and political landscapes, to test the solidity of its value pillars, to interrogate its.....
The Spiritual side of Aso Villa By Reuben Abati
People tend to be alarmed when the Nigerian Presidency takes certain decisions. They don’t think the decision makes sense. Sometimes, they wonder if something has not gone wrong with the thinking process at that highest level of the country. I have heard people insist that there is some form of.....
Nigeria: Sale of Asset As Dangerous Policy Myopia?, By Chukwuma Charles Soludo
The argument that sale of asset is the only way to reflate the economy out of recession is troubling, and suffers what economists might call policy myopia or time inconsistency problem… if we auction away some valued national assets for the short term goal of reflating the economy out of.....
Youth Development Advocate calls for Sustainable Reading Programme among Youths
A youth development Activist has called for sustainable Reading programme towards building better citizens and nation. He made known his position during the just concluded International Youths day hosted by Inspire Foundation in Owerri. Read the full text: PAPER ON THE ROAD TO 2030: ERADICATING POVERTY AND ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.....
The Neo-Imo Formula
By Kayode Komolafe     Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State announced the other day that workers in the state public service would henceforth work three days a week so as to have two days of “farming.” Just like that! Some enthusiasts of the policy have even described it as.....
Okorocha As Imo’s One-chance Bus, By Azu Ishiekwene
Someone needs to tell folks who obviously want to make farming the new 419, that nothing much can be achieved under the present land tenure system/Land Use Decree, a situation worsened by incoherent and inconsistent policies by states and the Federal Government. I’m all for farming and whatever we can.....
ALI-MODU SHERIFF: what happened?
By Ikedi Ohakim Expectedly, Nigerians have been reacting differently to the recent developments in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). In all that, however, there is a common denominator; which is that Nigerians are desirous of a stronger and more formidable PDP more so at a time like this. Nigerians, generally,.....
Hon. Deacon Chike, Point of Order!
By Ifeanyi Onyekachi. 08034453068 My colleagues, friends and political associates who followed my unsung contributions to the emergence of Hon. Deacon Chike Okafor as honorable member representing Okigwe South federal constituency in the National Assembly will be jolted by the title of this piece, especially as it is coming from.....
Who governs Nigeria?
by Reuben-Abati During the Jonathan administration, an outspoken opposition spokesperson had argued that Nigeria was on auto-pilot, a phrase that was gleefully even if ignorantly echoed by an excitable opposition crowd. Deeper reflection should have made it clear even to the unthinking that there is no way any country can.....
Financing our future By Kemi Adeosun
Writing this, my third article on the economy, I’m keenly aware that the question Nigerians want answered is: what is government doing to address our economic challenges? The first thing to state is that there are no quick fixes, but our strategy is clear and the expected outcomes are pretty.....

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