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Nigeria not being properly led –Utomi
PROF Pat Utomi is a renowned political econo­mist. He is well known for speaking his mind on any issue. He played huge role in enthroning the current administration but less than a year down the lane he is not happy with the direction the country is going. In this chat,.....
Imo: The other side of Gov. Okorocha
By Chidi Nkwopara Several intervening factors, including the alleged deumanization of a Catholic priest, Rev. Fr. Eustace Okorie, added to making Chief Rochas Okorocha achieve his goal of becoming Imo State governor in 2011. Naturally, the visibly angry Catholics, and they are over 75 percent of the Imo populace, teamed up.....
Can a New Buharinomics Save Nigeria?, By Chukwuma Soludo
Introduction I gave my commitment to the management of RealNews magazine since late May to deliver this third anniversary lecture, and we agreed that given my tight schedule, I could just speak ex tempore or from speaking notes. However, I decided to write down my thoughts a few days ago.....
Managing Diversity – The 21st Century Leadership, By Taiwo Odukoya
“For as in one body we have many members, and the members do not all have the same function, so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them…” –.....
The two Senator endorsement rule and its constitutionality, by Femi Gbajabiamila
I’m not a member of the Senate but being a member of the National Assembly and part of the leadership of the legislature, I am compelled and duty bound to opine on any matter that touches on it. It is my considered opinion that the above made up rule by.....
Its Illegal for the Senate to Screen Ministerial Nominees – By Abdulsemihi Oladele
  The 1999 Constitution and Senate Confirmation of ministerial nominations; the law is clear and unambiguous, the constitution says the Senate ONLY needs to ‘confirm’. According Black’s Law Dictionary ‘Confirm’ means ”To complete or establish that which was imperfect or uncertain; to ratify what has been done without authority or.....
Imo State and the Misfortune of Leadership, By Charles Anyiam
Talking of jokers, I was not in the least amused with Okorocha’s cheeky use of his handshake photo opportunity with President Barack Obama during Buhari’s visit to the White House on posters across the state. That act was low life at its lowliest ebb. My question is: what purpose does.....
Ekiti State: The Revised Governance Version
To most indigene and non-indigene residing in Ekiti State, the appellation-Fountain of Knowledge is suited considering her array ofdeveloped manpower and often, have turned a point to boast of a Nigerian State with firebrand knowledge necessary for the 21st century sojourn. I could remember my year in a neighbouring State.....
Gov. Okorocha: The era of Guesses and Hunches over in Governance
My governor got his title”Owelle’ due to his philanthropy especially in supporting an Igbo man in search of Kidney transplant in a distant land. To the Igbos in Abuja then, and the traditional Institution, an Igboman has set the pace especially in rescuing a brother. I could feel the atmosphere.....
Nigeria: Rising from Brain Drain to Brain Gain
People2People...with Oke Epia For Nigeria last Tuesday was a day of glory in Abidjan, the capital of Cóte d’ Ivoire when Dr. Akinwunmi Adesina was inaugurated as President of the African Development Bank (ADB). He has made history as the first Nigerian to occupy the prestigious continental body. His elevation.....
Relevance of 2015 International Literacy Celebration day
by James Okere On 8th September 2015, the world vide the scholarship of UNESCO will mark the International Literacy Day. The decision to celebrate International Literacy Day was taken by UNESCO ON 7TH November, 1965. Thus on 8th September 1966 the first International Literacy Day was celebrated. The theme of.....
Imo: This bailout is never a free Lunch
By Ogwazu Nnamdi The cheering news among Civil servants/ Public Servants and their households is the acknowledgement by the state Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha that the long awaited bailout from the Federal government has eventually touched the Eastern Heartland. It is goodnews according to some that the governor has entrusted.....

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