Twenty-five (25) Years After Ken Saro-Wiwa: Ogoni Still Waiting for Justice(2) – By Fegalo Nsuke

Read Part 1  By Fegalo Nsuke | Port-Harcourt, Nigeria | September 21, 2020 – The request for Ken Saro-Wiwa’s exoneration is coming with great pain. The pain that we can never have Ken anymore. The pain that the torture, repression, maiming and killings were prosecuted by Shell, a company whose wealth have come from the […]

The Fang and pangs of Uju Kingsley Chima (Part 1) – By Kenneth Uwadi

By Kenneth Uwadi | Imo State, Nigeria | September 21, 2020 –  I never thought a  day would come when I would expend  time  to disassociate my name from  a hack who scurries around Facebook writing for Uju Kingsley Chima. Then again, to describe this fellow who goes by the name Uwadi Martins as a […]

The Splendor of CAMA – By Tochukwu Ezukanma

By Tochukwu Ezukanma | Lagos, Nigeria | September 21, 2020-  In our religionism, our neighborhoods are brimming with churches. Christians throng these churches almost every day of the week: Wednesdays, Thursday, Fridays, and of course, Sundays. There are vigils, morning devotions, evening services, Sunday services, Fellowship meetings, and one revival and crusade after another. In addition, […]

A Tie Between Israel and the Arab Nations of UAE & Bahrain is Not Peace in the Middle-East! – By Godwin Airuoyuwa

  By Godwin Airuoyuwa | Greater Toronto Area | September 21, 2020 – President Donald Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner are claiming peace in the Middle-East, because of the diplomatic relations established between Israel and the kingdoms of United Arab Emirate (UAE) and Bahrain. These friendly ties among these three nations, signed today, 2020-09-15, […]

The Right man for the Right Job in the Niger Delta – Buhari Got it Right – Dr. Lloyd F. Ukwu

  Dr.  Lloyd F. Ukwu | Port-Harcourt, Nigeria | Sept. 13, 2020 – This morning, I awoke to read about the appointment of retired Col. Milland Dixon Dikio as the new Amnesty Program Coordinator. I was optimistic, but cautiously so and called a few friends to make sure it was the same Dikio that went […]

What is IPOB strategy? – By Tochukwu Ezukanma

By Tochukwu Ezukanma | Lagos, Nigeria | August 30, 2020 – The word “strategy”, has a military origin. For simplicity, it can be defined as a plannedor mapped out technique or approach for achieving a given objective or goal. In its struggle against Israeli continued occupation of Palestine, the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) has a strategy. […]

The Harmony in Isaba Warri South-West LGA and Its Promoters – By Emeka Oraetoka

By Emeka Oraetoka | Abuja, Nigeria | August 30, 2020 – The general neglect of the goose that lays the golden egg (the Niger Delta) by successive government in Nigeria, which led to violent agitation for attention from the youths of the region, prompted the then President of Nigeria, late Umaru Musa Yar’Adua to offer amnesty […]

Madagascar’s COVID-19 Solution and Perils of Soldiering for African Cures -By Dr. Jideofor Adibe

By Dr. Jideofor Adibe | Nasarawa, Nigeria | August 30, 2020 – Recent reports about the trajectory of the COVID-19 in Madagascar shows an uptick in the rise of infections and deaths. According to reports, public hospitals in the country are only admitting patients with severe symptoms because the surge in cases has simply overwhelmed the […]

Challenging Times for Police – By Arlene J. Schar and Dr. David Leffler

Dr. David Leffler Arlene J. Schar By Arlene J. Schar and Dr. David Leffler |NNP| August 25, 2020 – We are currently living through unprecedented times of epic proportions. Against the backdrop of a deadly relentless pandemic and its resulting economic and societal collapse, cities worldwide are under siege from the backlash of peaceful protests gone horribly […]

Prof. Wole Soyinka @ 86 – By Dr. Jideofor Adibe

Dr. Jideofor Adibe | Nasarawa, Nigeria | August 11, 2020 – Nigeria’s wordsmith extraordinaire and master of quotable quotes, Professor Wole Soyinka (born Oluwole Akinwande Soyinka on July 13 1934), turned 86 last Monday. Coincidentally Wole Soyinka became the first black Nobel Laureate in literature in 1986 so his birthday this year has a special […]

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