While Men Slept, Okonjo-Iweala Built Institutions – By Uwa Eghomeka

By Uwa Eghomeka | Benin, Edo | May 17, 2017 – In January of this year, there was a lot of talk about the ghostworkers syndrome in the country with some very heavy, almost depressing, figures reeled out detailing how much the government had lost paying salaries to phantom employees. Naturally, after a while, the […]

OKONJO-IWEALA: A Hero or a Villian? – By Uwa Eghomeka

By Uwa Eghomeka | Benin City, Nigeria | May 26, 2015 – We live in an unusual world – a world where vices are seen as virtues, where ignorance is strength, freedom is slavery and war is peace. (Apologies to George Orwell). I recall that when I was growing up, my mother often told me […]

Oby Ezekwesili: Activist by Day, Politician by Night – By Uwa Eghomeka

By Uwa Eghomeka | NNP | May 22, 2014 – There appears to be a growing trend in this country. As I reflect on the last few weeks in our nation’s history, something about it seems hauntingly familiar, and it’s not merely the apparent unity of the Nigerian people in the face of the heinous […]

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