Utomi, Anya, others advocate national integration
Eminent Nigerians, including Prof. Pat Utomi, Prof. Anya Oko Anya and Maj-Gen. Obi Umahi, have urged Nigerians, irrespective of ethnicity, to toe the path of peace and consistently work towards a united country.
Embrace entrepreneurship to save Nigeria’s economy, Utomi tasks youths
Professor of Economics, Pat Utomi has called on the youths to embrace the spirit of entrepreneurship to save the country from its dwindling economic growth.
Agwai, Utomi urge youths to brace for corruption fight
General Martin Luther Agwai (rtd.) and Professor Pat Utomi have urged Nigerian youths to brace up for the fight against corruption and be ready to win the fight against the monster to secure the future of the next generation.
Public conversation, ideas, values and how politics under-develops Nigeria
On the contrary, in contemporary Nigeria, politics is the arena for demonizing people who do not cheer for your track for hugging power to yourself.
How poverty worsened despite Nigeria’s N28.58 trillion revenue
Stakeholders in the economy yesterday expressed worry about the disparity between huge government earnings and growing poverty in the country. This followed the report by the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) showing that N28.58 trillion was remitted to the Federation Account between 2012 and 2016.
Utomi, others for RCCG leadership, economic workshop
Professor of Political Economy, Pat Utomi, is among the eminent personalities expected to speak at the leadership and economic workshop of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Faithfuls’ Chapel, on Saturday, September 21, at the Christian Missionary Fund House, Ilupeju, Lagos State.
Nigeria’s youth and the ministerial nominees
There is no worse mistake in public leadership than to hold out false hopes soon to be swept away-Winston S Churchill (the hinge of fate). For most Nigerian youths today, there is just no way of analyzing the list of 43 ministerial nominees...
‘Nigeria not demonstrating what can be achieved with potential’
Lawyer, writer, political activist and National Democratic Coalition (NADECO) chieftain, Mr FRED AGBEYEGBE, turns 84 today. But the Itsekiri-born humanist who was the secretary to the committee that agitated for the creation of Delta State is not a happy man with the way Nigeria has turned out – a country full of potential, but with retarded development.
Will this assembly justify its existence?
As the 9th National Assembly is inaugurated, is there any hope that this time around, the lawmakers would work harder to earn the respect of Nigerians before their tenure expires? Or at least try to go beyond the modest gains of their immediate predecessor in terms of asserting the independence and autonomous status of the National…