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Details Of Imo 27 Council Funds Squandered By Governor Rochas Okorocha

Friday, August 29, 2014
I must confess that we are approaching the end of Governor Okorochas tenure and he has completely failed to meet the hopes and aspirations of unemployed youths in Imo State. Even the democratic rights which the poor working masses of Imo State enjoyed during the last administration of the state were withheld by this authoritarian Governor. ... Read more

Nigeria After Jonathan

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
As we count-down to the revolutionary expiration of this accidentally installed, deadly usurpist regime, one can only begin to savor a new Nigeria; a new Africa, the world after Jonathan.Nigeria after Jonathan will no longer be riddled with terror. Boko Haram will no longer be able to drive comfortably in Nigerian army APCs and tanks and secur ... Read more

I Will Join PDP If…

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
President Jonathan and his security department arrest some politician sponsors of Boko Haram.The massive looting of more than half of the nations oil earnings perhaps I can forget that. This government did not invent looting. The past 15 years of PDP democratic governance are not the only years in which Nigeria has witnessed looting and wi ... Read more

Boko Haram Republic of Gwoza; A Bad Idea And Bad Omen

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Boko Haram Republic of Gwoza is both a bad idea and a bad omen for Nigeria because the indigenes of Gwoza are not sympathetic to Boko Haram. Boko Haram Republic flags should be hoisted in territories where majority of the inhabitants are supporters of the insurgents, and definitely, Gwoza is not part of them. Currently, Boko Haram have declared ... Read more

How To Defeat Boko Haram: As Exposed By “Abubakar Shekau”

Wednesday, August 27, 2014
The Boko Haram terrorist movement released a latest video to update Nigeria on their current status. In it they claimed the formation of a nonsensical caliphate, plagiarizing from the concurrently running operations of fellow loony ISIS terrorists in Iraq and Syria.In the 40 minute video released by the usual publicists, only one importa ... Read more

POOR WAEC R‎ESULT: MANY SAW IT COMING

Tuesday, August 26, 2014
After many years of witnessing a downward trend in student performance, the West African Examination Certificate WAEC results have hit an all time low as 70 Of Candidates failed in the May/June edition this year. Many saw it coming considering the dwindling allocation of resources to education in the country and the lack of quality teachers but ... Read more

Bassey Albert Akpan: Why Ibibio Should Not Support Him

Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Despite all the noise-making about how this and that group has adopted this and that aspirant, the truth remains that the official period for election campaign are still weeks away. But when that time finally arrives, Ibibio will conduct a serious scrutiny of all its sons and daughters who are now scrambling to represent them. One such person ... Read more

Chibok Parents Make Ultimate Sacrifice To End Boko Haram

Sunday, August 24, 2014
The blessed parents of Nigerias 234 abducted Chibok Angels have made the ultimate sacrifice to end Boko Haram terror in Nigeria and rescue the nation from the reign of the devil: Quoting their message to President Jonathan:Parents of the abducted Chibok girls have told President Jonathan and the Nigerian Army to go ahead and end Boko Haram, e ... Read more

Rapid Death Penalty Re-Introduced For Blacks Across America With Posthumous Sentencing

Sunday, August 24, 2014
Rapid Death Penalty Re-Introduced For Blacks across America with Posthumous Sentencing Say your last prayers actually, dont, just run towards me, crazy. You have been sentenced to death by firing squad.Resist me. Resist me arresting you, big man. Yes, all you need to do is stand there and tell me to leave you alone. Tha ... Read more

Fellow Nigerians, Aren't We Rather Lucky Sawyer Did Not Enter Through Seme?

Saturday, August 23, 2014
Imagine if Mr Sawyer....the guy who imported Ebola virus into Nigeria had come through Seme axis and sought medicare in those hospitals along Badagry expressway...who mainly use male auxiliaries....or CHOs to front as doctors Arent we rather lucky?The fake doctor would most certainly have made a wrong diagnosis....labelling it m ... Read more

Stephen Okechuku Keshi: The Spirit We Need

Saturday, August 23, 2014
Currently, his face adorns every major street in all the state capitals and highways in Nigeria. Peak Milk has picked his as the favoured brand to promote the ever present milk on our breakfast tables, shops and supermarkets. Every time l seethe advert my heart melts with joy for a man who has earned his enviable place in Nigeria. Stephen Okechu ... Read more

PENDING

Saturday, August 23, 2014
It is impossible to list it all. Here are the ones I remember. Please add yours and forward to the Executive government of Nigeria.Missing Billions 20 billion dollars missing/unaccounted for; and that sum just represents the amount calculated unaccounted/missing for an 18 month period out of five years of this administration. More ... Read more

Wale Odunsi: Is Nigeria's Arik Air truly 'The Wings of Africa'?

Friday, August 22, 2014
When Nigerias leading airline, Arik Air commenced operations on October 30, 2006, citizens, likewise foreigners heaved a sigh of relief. It was the final arrival of the long-awaited large bird-like machines; fresh wine in a new glass though on an old platter. Having endured average in some cases below par services of existing airlines at the ... Read more

Are Nigerian Medical Students Mentored Or Bullied In Our Medical Schools? A Rejoinder....

Friday, August 22, 2014
The Initial Article:JOHN NWOFIA does a reminiscence of his days as a medical student at the University of Lagos, juxtaposes that with his experience as a resident in the UK and wonders why making students go through hell is such a pleasure for so many lecturers back home. Any medical student studying in Nigeria in the 1980s and 1990s woul ... Read more

Rejoinder: Ebola Exposes The Disdain Of The West For Africa

Friday, August 22, 2014
Blaming others for insurmountable problems is a form of psychological therapy that helps humanity to get through lifes difficulties. They function, predominantly, as a clutch for lesser souls. I, therefore, never expected a powerful brain like Dr Perry Brimah who says he is a molecular scientist and physician to stoop so low to express our help ... Read more
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Boko Haram: Defence Ministry Says B

Monday, August 25, 2014

BEVERLY HILLS, August 24, (THEWILL) - Nigeria's Ministry of Defence Sunday dismi ...
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Gamboru: Nigerian Army Engages Boko

Monday, August 25, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO, August 25, (THEWILL) - The Nigeria Army Monday engaged Boko Haram ...
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Win And Get Heroines' Welcome, Pres

Sunday, August 24, 2014

President Goodluck   Jonathan Saturday spoke with members of the national under- ...
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THE NORTHERNERS' NONSENSE MUST STO

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Nigeria has a highly complex and colorful social mosaic. The cultural diversity ...
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Nigeria: Police Say 35 Officers Mis

Monday, August 25, 2014

BEVERLY HILLS, August 24, (THEWILL) - The police force in Nigeria has mobilized ...
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Jonathan gets commendations on Osun

Jonathan gets commendations on Osun poll Saturday, August 23, 2014

The Coalition of Civil Society Organisations in Nigerian, an umbrella body of ov ...
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