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 […]

Nigeria’s National Interest Cannot be at the Peril of the Wellbeing of the People of Rivers State – By Lloyd F. Ukwu & Bruce DelValle

By Lloyd F. Ukwu & Bruce DelValle | Port-Harcourt, Nigeria & Washington DC, USA | April 12, 2020 – Governor Wike declared a lockdown in Rivers State as did other states. Yesterday one Calverton helicopter brought in 10 persons into the city Port Harcourt in direct disregard for the health of the people of Rivers […]

Atiku: A Refreshing Alternative to a Bungled Presidency – By By Lloyd F. UKWU

By Lloyd F. UKWU, Esquire  | Washington DC, USA | October 21, 2018 –  With the end of the party primaries, the battle line for the 19th of February 2019 presidential election is drawn between two presidential candidates: Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Muhammadu Buhari of the All Peoples Congress (APC). […]

Why Nigeria Must Be Restructured – By Lloyd F. Ukwu, Esquire

By Lloyd F. Ukwu, Esquire | Washington DC, USA | Sept. 16, 2017 – Nigeria must embrace restructuring now! If it resists, growing chaos and strife will ensue. The status quo is indefensible. The Nigerian Constitution—its birth certificate—is illegitimate.  The document was unilaterally decreed by a military dictator with ulterior motives to entrench the military and concentrate power at the center.  It’s an open secret that the Nigerian […]

Electing a Dictator- A Major Drawback for Nigeria’s Democracy – -By Lloyd Ukwu

By Lloyd Ukwu Washington DC, USA | November 26, 2015 – Prelude: The problem with dictatorship is that it usually lacks the capacity and patience to understand the meaning of the rule of law and due process. Both doctrines are often slow and therefore require patience. Dictators don’t have patience, they want it here, now […]

Electing A Dictator- A Major Drawback for Nigeria’s Democracy – By Lloyd Ukwu

By Lloyd Ukwu | Washington DC, USA | November 2, 2015 – Prelude: The problem with dictatorship is that it usually lacks the capacity and patience to understand the meaning of the rule of law and due process. Both doctrines are often slow and therefore require patience. Dictators don’t have patience, they want it here, […]

The Educational Marvel of Governor Imoke – By Lloyd Ukwu

By Lloyd Ukwu | Port-Harcourt, Nigeria | Oct. 4, 2015 – As of 2007, the quality of education in Cross River State was awful; academic standards were dishearteningly low. Following years of neglect, academic standards and educational facilities deteriorated to a disconcerting level. And the state joined the “infamous league of educationally backward states”. This […]

Nigeria Might Still Break Up Under Buhari – By Lloyd Ukwu-

By Lloyd Ukwu | Washington DC, USA | Sept. 26, 2015 – American and Western European experts predicted that Nigeria will disintegrate in 2015. With the political desperation and frenzy that marked the political campaigns of the 2015 presidential election, many thought that Nigeria was at the point of the predicted 2015 disintegration. Surprisingly, the election took […]

It is Legally Impossible to Stop Wike’s Inauguration – By Lloyd Ukwu

By Lloyd Ukwu | Washington DC, USA | May 10, 2015 – As an American educated lawyer, the use of injunctive relief in Nigeria has never seized to amaze me. In the United States of America, and certainly, in Nigeria, an injunction is a court order by which an individual is required to perform, or […]

Tinubu: A Betrayal of the NADECO Ideals – By Lloyd Ukwu-

By Lloyd Ukwu | Port-Harcourt, Nigeria | April 4, 2015 – The June 12 1993 presidential election won by Moshood Abiola was adjudicated the freest and fairest election in Nigerian history. Lamentably, the military government of General Ibrahim Babangida annulled the election. In place of Abiola, he appointed Ernest Shonekan to head an interim government. […]

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