African Opinion

Imo State Chief Judge And The Press

I read with dismay the letter written by the Chief Judge of Imo State Honourable Justice Benjamin Ahanonu Njemanze via his solicitor Prof F.C Dike( SAN) of Nnaji Dike Chambers threatening libel suit against Emperor Iwuala and two media houses based in Owerri

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Being “A Jew” and “An Igbo” in Nigeria

The 80s was a period in my life with many excitement and curiosity. I had experienced so much spiritual, physical and mental curiosity that I wondered if that was all to the world. And coming from the family I was born, I did not know I could discuss issues that bother my mind with my parents and expect straight answers

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Why Sir Jude Agbaso Should Be Impeached

One of the most talked about issues in Nigeria is corruption of public office holders. Everybody talks about it. Everybody condemns it. Executive corruption is practised by ‘’belleticians’’ in Nigeria . Many Nigerian politicians are corrupt

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Nigeria: A Clime of the Incongruous

Call me whatever you like after reading this piece. Since the advent of the 4th republic on May 29, 1999, I have continued to watch developments, trends, situations, actions, inactions and events with particular reference on how the affairs of the Geo-political entity called Nigeria is being piloted by our rulers, politicians

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Princewill: A Man in Whom I Am Well Pleased

If there is a man, politician, business mogul of Niger/Delta extraction who has attracted my uncommon respect over the past few years, that person is no other one but the man some have come to associate with a few nomenclature to wit; Prince of Niger/Delta ,the New Breed and lately Prince of Philanthropy

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TUNDE BAKARE AND THE DOCTRINE OF NECESSITY

In Nigerian, the term doctrine of necessity was first used by the government in 2010. This was a time when the citizens did more than just sit in the confine of their homes to ask questions about their government, but instead, walked on the street of the federal capital territory in the sit of power, before all the state top wings and apparatus and demanded an immediate response to their question ‘’where is the president’’

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