Friday, 29th September 2023

Pat Utomi

8 Sep
Presiding Bishop of The Redeemed Evangelical Mission (TREM), Dr. Mike Okonkwo, renowned political economist, Prof. Pat Utomi and human rights lawyer, Prof. Mike Ozekhome, yesterday, expressed concerns over the diminishing value system in Nigeria...
11 Aug
The former Labour Party (LP) presidential aspirant, Professor Pat Utomi, has revealed his battle with the much-dreaded cancer disease.
28 Mar
A retired General in the Nigerian Army, Olu Bajowa, yesterday, admonished Nigerians, particularly leaders of churches, against politics of religion, warning that such is capable of threatening the fragile peace and unity of the country.
21 Feb
A coalition of private sector groups has declared support for Labour Party presidential flag-bearer, Peter Obi. The alliance, under the auspices of Good Governance Advocates (GOGA), South-East/South-South Professionals, United Nigeria Group...
7 Feb
A chieftain of the Labour Party (LP), Professor Pat Utomi, has alleged that politicians in some political parties were paying Labour party officials millions of naira to defect to the party.
3 Feb
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Lagos State has accused a Labour Party chieftain, Prof Pat Utomi, of invading its office. INEC Resident Electoral Officer (REC) in Lagos State, Olusegun Agbaje told Channels Television that Utomi invaded its office in the Oshodi/Isolo Local Government Area to allegedly hold a press conference inside its conference…
28 Jan
The Prof. Pat Utomi-led Big Tent Coalition of political parties and civil society groups for Obi-Datti has appealed to the Independent National Electoral Commission...
24 Jan
The Professor Pat Utomi-led Big Tent coalition of political parties and civil society groups for ObiDatti has held the first telethon on Nigerian television for political purposes.
10 Jan
The political-economist, Prof. Pat Utomi, has expressed worries about alleged growing incivility and intolerance ahead of the 2023 general elections. Utomi, Convener of The BIG-TENT Coalition of Political Parties, Social Movements and Civil Society Organisations for Obi-Datti, stated this in Lagos at the weekend. He maintained that the nation’s democracy was being threatened with a…
7 Jan
With less than 52 days to the elections, former presidential candidate and founder, Centre for Value in Leadership (CVL), Prof. Pat Utomi has berated the growing incivility amongst people in public office.
22 Dec 2022
The Pat Utomi Widow Support Centre (WSC) at its 2022 celebration of Season of Love for Widows in Lagos State has empowered the widows with entrepreneur skills and also gave them loans to support their businesses.
10 Dec 2022
The Chairman of the Big Tent coalition of political parties, social movements, civil society organizations and.....


10 mins ago
Our youths are restive. We cannot pretend to be ignorant about this. Still, our political leaders choose to pretend about it and the danger it portends for the country and its future. Youths are potent forces for change – both positive and negative. When their anger boils over, it turns into a tsunami. The youths…
12 mins ago
Since 1960, when Nigeria became politically independent from the British colonial government, there has never been this level of despondency occasioned by economic hardship, rising poverty, insecurity and other forces widening the national fault lines.
14 mins ago
There are indications that some top officials of various sports federations participating in the ongoing 7th National Youth Games (NYG) in Asaba, Delta State, are under pressure not to send disqualified overaged athletes away from their various camps.
16 mins ago
Telecommunications operators are considering jettisoning uniform tariffs, especially on voice services in the country. The implication of the move, if implemented, is that subscribers would be charged differently for telephony services depending on their locations.
22 mins ago
Nigeria has the best balance sheet of natural endowments to natural hazards and disasters in the world. Its citizens must, therefore, “stop acting like spoilt brats” by embracing enormous opportunities and shunning “primordial sectional agenda”.