Since Governor Nyesom Wike assumed office in Rivers State as governor after defeating his opponents in the April 11, 2015 governorship election, some highly placed members of the opposition in the state are yet to come to terms with the result of that election.
Agony of Nigerians
SIR: Nigerians are agonising over the high price of commodities and social amenities like transport, medical bills and house rent.
Adamawa: Politics of Nuhu Ribadu’s return to APC
The return of Mallam Nuhu Ribadu to the All Progressives Congress (APC) has come along with some serious political intrigues in Adamawa State.
Bridging the gap between the able and disabled Nigerians
Over 19 million Nigerians live with one form of disability or the other, with more than 80 per cent of them living in the rural areas of the country. In every region of the world, in every country, persons with disabilities often live on the margins of the society...
As Nigeria signs China infrastructure deal
Sir: The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) was left under pressure as optimism faded over the effectiveness of the Naira policy which has been implemented to stabilize the Nigerian economy.
To ex-governor Peter Obi
Very few articles have gladdened my heart in recent times as much as the recent one in the mass media by Fredrick Ibeneme advising the immediate past Anambra State governor, Sir (Chief) Peter Gregory Obi...
Can Ibrahim Idris reform the police?
Once, my vehicle precariously missed hitting a woman, thanks to a police van that stopped abruptly on the highway in front of a commuter bus - whose driver parked supposedly at a spot not meant for it.
Brexit: A journey to the unknown!
The referendum on whether Britain should exit the European Union has come and gone. Those clamouring for the Britain’s exit did not weigh the dire consequences of their action. Now they know that what Britain would lose from its exit of the EU is more than the gains.
Handle the naira with care
Sir: Not long ago, a respected foreign economic journal reported activities at the Lagos harbour. Its correspondent observed the myriads of vessels with merchandize of all descriptions ...
Dear President Buhari
I am equally hopeful that if the robust and cost- efficient National Health Agenda the two Health ministers have been promoting which is to deliver basic health care on a sustained basis to about 100 million Nigerians in the next