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Civil War denied me my childhood –Prof Gregory Ibe

Prof. Gregory Ibe is a Nigerian business executive and an entrepreneur par excellence. He is the Chancellor and founder of the Gregory University, Uturu in Abia State. In this interview with EMMANUEL IFEANYI, he speaks on the Igbo presidency project, Method of doing business in the South East, his political ambitions and more…     […]

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Worsening insecurity: Governors scared of Abuja, says Gen Ishola Williams

Major–General Ishola Williams (rtd) is onetime Commandant, Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Nigerian Army. In this interview with JOHNSON AYANTUNJI, he bares his mind on various issues surrounding the worsening insecurity in Nigeria, the immediate past Service Chiefs and their recent confirmation as non career ambassadors, armed banditry and the abduction of secondary school pupils […]

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Why there‘re no public cemeteries in Igboland

Birth, death marriage and even how and where the dead are buried are said to be part of cultures of a people. In Igboland it is a taboo to be buried in a public cemetery, writes STEVE UZOECHI, with additional reports from Emmanuel Ifeanyi, Okey Maduforo and Igbeaku Orji   The Igbos are a people […]

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Bus drivers, others ask, ‘Is COVID-19 gone?’

Sequel to the noncompliance with the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) protocols to control the spread of COVID-19 in the country, commercial drivers and some other concerned Nigerians are wondering if the country has won the battle over the virus. CHIJIOKE IREMEKA reports   It seems many Nigerians and governments at all levels have […]

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‘My walk through the valley of shadow of coronavirus’

…an editor’s experience of the dreaded COVID-19   Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.   Psalms 23:4 For me and my house hold, the above quoted verse of the scripture which many […]

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All political parties must promote national interest –Minister

Mohammed Hassan Abdullahi, Minister of State for Science and Technology, was onetime Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice and Secretary to the State Government (SSG) in Nasarawa State. In this interview with JOHNCHUKS ONUANYIM, the Minister spoke about the Ministry, his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), national issues, with a submission that zoning in […]

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Insecurity: Transporters may return to era of having armed security personnel onboard

New measure will impact on transport fares, says park management   Sequel to the scary widespread kidnappings and killings being perpetuated under the very watch of the federal and state governments on the roads and lands of Nigeria, transporters are contemplating returning to the old era of self-help, where armed security operatives act as escorts […]

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Insecurity: Nigeria on road to Somalia, Afghanistan, says Abaribe

Amid growing insecurity in the country and President Muhammadu Buhari’s taciturn, Senate Minority Leader, Senator Eyinnaya Abaribe, who represents Abia South in the upper legislature, in this interview on Africa Independent Television, analyses the trends, warning that Nigeria might be on the road to Somalia and Afghanistan if the Presidency fails to take urgent and […]

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Diri’s one year of slow, steady development

Gradually he has spent one year in office as the Governor of Bayelsa State. Governor Douye Diri miraculously took over the mantle of leadership from his predecessor Henry Seriake Dickson in a manner Bayelsans and the world least expected.   Considering the way and manner he came into office, it could be said to be […]

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APC government has impoverished Nigerians, says Ndubisi Nwobu

Chief Ndubisi Nwobu is the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Chairman in Anambra State in this interview with BIYI ADEGOROYE and ECHEZONA OKAFOR speaks on the impact of the All Progressives Congress (APC) government in the country, preparations for the Anambra State governorship elections and the recent appointment of ex-Service Chiefs as ambassadors   The All […]

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