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Perennial Floods: The Need for a Long Lasting Solu

Saturday, October 10, 2015
Once again, with the release of excess water from the Lagdo Dam in the Republic of Cameroun, several states in Nigeria have witnessed heavy flooding with its attendant bother. Lagdo Dam is located in the Northern Province of Cameroon which covers an area of about 586km and 50 km South of Garoua o ...

The Five Sins of Governor Samuel Ortom

Saturday, October 10, 2015
It 39;s been roughly five months since Governor Samuel Ortom took over the mantle of leadership in Benue State and inasmuch as he has tried to steady the ship, there have been flaws, avoidable flaws. Needless to emphasise the rot he inherited from ex-Governor Gabriel Suswam. President Buhari sum ...

Benue: What Next, Now That The Period Of Amnesty Is Over?

Wednesday, October 7, 2015
This year 39;s election was arguably one of the toughest and fiercest in the history of Benue state. Politicians pulled all strings to ensure victory and that included, sadly, the arming of youth with dangerous weapons to fight their opponents and intimidate voters in order to gain an undue adva ...

Governor Samuel Ortom's First Month Scorecard: So Far, So Good

Tuesday, June 30, 2015
INTRODUCTION It 39;s exactly one month since Dr Samuel Ortom was sworn in as Governor of Benue State and it all seems like it 39;s been a year. There 39;s been so much activities, intrigues and arguments within this short period that I can only attempt to put into perspective in this review. ...

Benue Guber & The Dynamics Of Politics In Benue South Senatorial Zone

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Benue south senatorial zone (Zone C) comprises of nine Local Government Areas, six of which begin with letter O namely Otukpo, Ogbdibo, Okpokwu, Ohimini, Oju and Obi, while the remaining three begin with letter A, Agatu, Ado and Apa. Oju and Obi are inhabited majorly by the Igedes, while the domi ...

What Went Wrong For Gov. Suswam?

Sunday, April 5, 2015
It s no longer news that Governor Gabriel Suswam lost his bid to represent Benue north-east senatorial district at the senate. He was defeated by the incumbent senator, Chief Barnabas Gemade in a keenly contested election. Many will attest that the election was more about Suswam than it was abou ...

POOR WAEC R‎ESULT: MANY SAW IT COMING

Saturday, August 30, 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 ...

POOR WAEC R‎ESULT: MANY SAW IT COMING

Wednesday, August 27, 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 ...

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 ...

WHO THE HECK ADVICES THE PRESIDENT?

Friday, August 15, 2014
I'm sitting on the sofa in my living room watching the television when the commander-in-chief of the armed forces of a country of 160 million people, in a careless and rash statement, declares that MEND (a notorious chauvinist cacophony of cultists, vandals and thieves turned freedom fighters from t ...

Tales Of Benue State

Monday, August 11, 2014
The public primary schools just came out of a strike over unpaid wages that lasted almost a year. Pupils dropping out of school into their parents farms and doing other menial jobs to keep busy and support the family did not help a society still struggling to drum up interest in western education ...

USHA ANENGA: NIGERIA IS SHOWING THE HALLMARKS OF A FAILED STATE

Saturday, March 15, 2014
Nigeria prides herself as being the giant of Africa. Our leaders brainwash themselves with emotive optimism, denying and rationalising away the relevance, significance, or importance of the glaring reality about the declining state of the nation. Wake up compatriots, our beloved country is at the br ...