‘Buhari’s Government Must Implement Programmes That Will Benefit The Entire Country’
A Chieftain of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Ralph Obioha, spoke to LAWRENCE NJOKU in ENUGU on what Buhari government should do about the challenges facing the country. Excerpts.
‘This Government Should Have Nothing To Do With Oil Subsidy’
Engr. Victor Amorha is the Chief Executive Officer of SAVIC Company Limited, a multi disciplinary engineering services company. A Chartered Engineer, management consultant and public affairs analyst, he spoke with ONYEDIKA AGBEDO on some economic reforms the Buhari administration can pursue.
‘Buhari’s Government Should Approach Security From National And Regional Dimensions’
Umar Aliyu, a retired military officer and security consultant in this interview with SAMSON EZEA spoke on his expectation from Buhari’s government in the area of security, and what the government should also do in that direction
Which Way Forward As Buhari Mounts Saddle?
Yesterday marked a new beginning in Nigeria’s political journey with the swearing-in of Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as the new president of the country.
‘Expectation Of Nigerians Is That Things Should Be Done Rightly And Quickly’
Former Military Administrator of Imo State, Navy Commodore Anthony Oguguo (rtd) spoke to LAWRENCE NJOKU on the expectation of Nigerians from Buhari’s government. Excerpts…
Incoming Government Should Put An End To Epileptic Power Supply, Say Artisans
The problem associated with epileptic power supply in Nigeria and Akwa Ibom state in particular is like the popular saying that, ‘if water remains in your mouth for too long it would turn to saliva’. So, the unabated nature of poor power supply across Nigeria is an issue that has become a menace.
‘The Major Challenge In The Power Sector Is Pricing’
WHAT actually would you consider as the major challenge in the power sector? The major challenge in the power sector is pricing. Price comes first, gas follows, and every other infrastructure that people are clamouring for will be easy to come by. Because once the gas infrastructure is readily available, it becomes easier to do other things.
Home Chores, Small Businesses Suffer
WHILE the poor state of electricity in the country continues to take its toll on big and medium scale industries as they cannot power their machines to drive industrial processes, small scale businesses and homes continue to be bogged down by the epileptic or absence of electricity supply.
Pains Of Dry Cleaners Over Poor Power Supply
AS a result of the epileptic power supply, dry cleaners have resorted to different ways of coping with the situation. From one part of Lagos to the other it is the same story of lamentation.
Agonies Of Epileptic Power Supply, Fuel Scarcity And Hike
SAYING that Nigeria is a country where people are suffering, complaining and at the same time smiling is like stating the obvious. Sometimes, if not most times, the people are even the ones giving excuses for the shortcomings or failures of their leaders, either out of sheer ignorance, deep-rooted interest, emotional or religious sentiments.