How poor policy implementation, loss of land frustrate agric in schools
Izunna Ugoeze was born into a very well-to-do family from Anambra State. As he grew up with his siblings, his parents were topnotch business persons, who traded in imported goods.
Appeal court sets June date for Onitsha land suit
Further hearing on an appeal filed by Anambra State Governor and State’s Attorney General against the ruling of the High Court sitting in Onitsha in respect of industrial plots...
Anambra extends school feeding programme to 16 new schools
The Anambra Government has concluded plans to extend the school feeding programme to the 16 new public schools established by Gov. Willie Obiano in the last four years.
Eight persons die in Enugu accidents
Eight persons were killed yesterday in a multiple road accident that occurred at Oji River, Enugu State.
Obiano swears in 19 commissioners, 11 special advisers
Gov. Willie Obiano of Anambra on Monday sworn in19 commissioners and 11 Special Advisers to form part of his cabinet for second term. The commissioners are Dr Uju Nwogu, Ministry of Justice; Messrs Ifeatu Onejeme, Finance; Mark Okoye, Economic Planning and Budget and Greg Obi, Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs. Others are Dr Joe Akabuike,…
Mother of unemployed graduates hangs self in Anambra State
Residents of Achalla-Umana, Mgbakwu in Awka North Local Government Area of Anambra State were thrown into mourning at the weekend when a 66-year old woman committed suicide in her room...
Governor Obiano, sworn-in for second term in office
Gov. Willie Obiano of Anambra State and his Deputy, Dr Nkem Okeke were on Saturday sworn-in for second term in office with a pledge for more remarkable achievements.
Obi in London, gives conditions for Nigeria and Africa to develop
Former Governor of Anambra State, Mr. Obi, on Monday in London, gave two conditions that must be met for Nigeria to overcome its economic difficulties and for Africa to develop. The conditions, he said while speaking to newsmen after the high-level discussions at the British House of Commons, include huge investment in education and skill…
Living through crazy times
Reading a bit of Nigerian history recently, something struck me - much of what the country has lived through in the recent past looks a lot worse in retrospect.