header1

Opinions

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.....
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.....

Ndi Eze Imo.jpgFEDPONEK.jpg1.pngWhetheral 1.jpgimo carnival pix.jpgimo traditional Rulers.jpgimo38.jpg

 

ADVERTIZE HERE

For adverts and general enquiries, contact:

tel: +234 8176379910; +234 8038224575, 

imostateonline2014 at gmail.com

 banner-kls

 

Remembrance

Background Image

Header Color

:

Content Color

: