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.
Ekwueme buried in hometown, Oko
Anything that has a beginning, they say, must end some day. So it was yesterday for former Vice-President, Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme, as he was interred in a blaze of glory at his country home...
Foundation, firm give succour to Anambra widows
Succour recently came the way of widows, the aged and poor in Anambra State when an indigenous oil and gas firm, Brittania-U Nigeria Limited (BUNL), and a non-governmental...
Foundation holds maiden medical outreach in Anambra
A group, Lilyford Foundation (LF), in collaboration with an oil firm, Brittania-U Nigeria Limited (BNL) has provided free medical and welfare to indigent citizens in Anambra State.
How INEC loses its impartiality in Anambra State
One outstanding feature of the prolonged absence of a substantive senator from Anambra Central Senatorial district is the combative role of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
Five years after, Ogbunike Cave Carnival grows bigger and better
All is set for this year’s edition of the annual Ogbunike Cave Carnival (OCC) billed to open on December 20 and runs through January 1, 2018.
Peter Obi blames low reserves on refusal to save during oil boom
Former Governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, has blamed low foreign reserves on the refusal of the Federal Government to save during the many years of oil boom.
Why Obiano won
In any election incumbency packs a punch. The incumbent always has something to show, completed projects to flaunt, ongoing projects that are nearing completion...