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This’ the way it’s,thing’ll never be the same again

Wednesday, October 18, 2017
From the north to south, and from the east to west, many of the political leaders are calling for unity and indissolubility of the Nigeria state yet they fail to do the needful,they do not want to sit and find a vintage point, a common ground to settle the many Nigeria problems. No nation has ever achieved greatness by shying away from her prob ... Read more

Let's Bridge The Gap Between Policy Makers And Researchers

Monday, October 16, 2017
Growing up as a student and lifelong learner, i have read and also made to understood that research have a preponderant and boisterous consequential contributions for the growth and progress and the development of a country. Correspondingly, without being under a state of enigmatic and inscrutable perceptiveness on the veracious status of t ... Read more

Umahism: Taking Ebonyi People To The Fish Pond

Monday, October 16, 2017
It is said that 39;if one gives a man a piece of fish, one has fed the man for a moment; but if one teaches a man how to fish, one has fed the man for a lifetime 39;. This statement which underscores the importance of guiding one 39;s children, dependants, followers or the citizenry of any given society to self-reliance has always been true, is ... Read more

The Psychology of Mass Killers: What causes it? How can you prevent it?

Wednesday, October 11, 2017
In Las Vegas on 1 October 2017, it appears that one man (although it might have been more) killed 59 people and shot and injured another 241 (with almost 300 more injured while fleeing). The incident got a lot of publicity, partly because the man managed to kill more people than most mass killers. However, because the killer was a white American an ... Read more

Yoruba, Nigeria, indigenous nations and common lies

Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Nigeria is full of dishonest people. I do not know all that may have been responsible for the loss of values, but certainly the years of military rule led to perverted sense of judgment. Prompted by perks and material offers, it was at the time of military rule that many Nigerians become ldquo;anything goes for money. rdquo; It led to the emergenc ... Read more

Nigeria At 57: An Entity of Tribalistic Nepotism and Democratic Falsism

Monday, October 2, 2017
Nigeria is a country situated in the western part of Africa. Colonized by Britain in the 18th century, the country is home to approximately 180 million people of over 500 ethnic groups with diverse cultures and traditions. Prime among the ethnic groups are the Hausa tribe (primarily dominants of the Northern region), the Yoruba tribe (inhabitants o ... Read more

Nigeria At 57: Time To Assimilate

Sunday, October 1, 2017
The building of a nation Is with lore and assets The duo not in anyway In lack in Nigeria A nation that has grown At 57, wisdom becomes a must For the blessed, so many That she can pride of But who is ready to die For this land, focusing towards Greatness, envied by so many Who wish in vain her crawl Yet slow and steady is apt Fo ... Read more

Ebonyi At 21: Governor Umahi And Ebonyi Founders' Dream

Sunday, October 1, 2017
Between 1957 and 1996, Ebonyi founders followed their dream of self-actualization. The journey which had appearances of both the journey of the biblical Maggi and the exodus was different in many ways: One, there was no star to guide the agitators. Two, even though the journey to Ebonyi statehood lasted for about four decades, there were neither ma ... Read more

Africa Youths should Stop Dreaming of Good Life in America and Europe

Friday, September 29, 2017
For the previous five years, the western media has been vividly covering the upsurge in the number of youthful illegal immigrants from Africa to Europe and North America. Pictures of black boys and girls drowning in the Mediterranean waters as they try to steal their away to Europe are very regular news items in the New York Times, Deutsc ... Read more

N10b Defamation Suit: Ugwuonye Absent, as Court Adjourns to Oct. 25

Thursday, September 28, 2017
Controversial lawyer, Emeka Ugwuonye was conspicuously absent at the resumed hearing of the ten billion Naira (N10b) defamation suit instituted against him by ex-husband of missing Abuja woman, Charity Aiyedogbon, Mr. David Aiyedogbon, even as the matter was adjourned to 25th October, 2017. Our Correspondent reports that although the ... Read more

Constructive activism for strengthening modern biotechnology regulation in Africa

Sunday, September 24, 2017
Extended paper presented at the Third National Biosafety Conference of the National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA) held at the Conference Hall, Turkish Nile University, Abuja on 14th September 2017 It is with deep pleasure that I stand here this morning, as part of this noble gathering, to speak on behalf of myself and for Every Woman Hope C ... Read more


Friday, September 22, 2017
It is commonplace knowledge that the Divine Mandate administration of Governor David Nweze Umahi is developing Ebonyi landscape through comprehensive infrastructural projects which comprise three overhead bridges, a pedestrian crossover bridge, over forty-four roads in Abakaliki urban internal-road network, the Onueke and Afikpo urban road networks ... Read more

N10b Defamation Suit: As Ugwuonye’s Trial Begins

Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Destiny Ugorji After months of attending to preliminary objections and legal fireworks, a Federal Capital Territory High Court sitting in Apo, Abuja, will on Thursday, 21st September, 2017 commence hearing on a Ten Billion Naira (N10b) defamation suit instituted against controversial Lagos lawyer, Emeka Ugwuonye, by the former husband o ... Read more

Lessons from the Arab Awakening

Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Leader of the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan Nigeria has a reputation as the most densely populated country in Africa, numbering about 180 million people. But despite the fact that the Northern parts of the country are mainly populated by Muslims, the wave of protests that gripped the Nation of Islam by 2010 did not significantly affect the oil ... Read more


Monday, September 11, 2017
This is the sad tale of most Nigerians who fled stark realities at home for an envisaged golden fleece in foreign climes. Some of them even sold their belongings, including their houses and cars just to finance their trips. Others embarked on the hazardous adventure across the Sahara and the Mediterranean in a brash move to secure a foothold in Eur ... Read more
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