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Agagu And Judgment Of Disenfranchisement Of Voters  
October 24, 2008 | 97 Comments
As law abiding citizens, lovers of progress and advocates of enduring democratic culture in our potentially great country, the people of Ilaje Local Government participated actively in all activities leading to the 2007 General Elections. A sizeable proportion of the 128, 000 registered voters came out dutifully to vote in all the elections including those of the Governor and House of Assembly members, as well as the President and members of the National Assembly.

Yar'Adua's Seven-Point Agenda (Plus Two Special Issues)  
September 30, 2007 | 89 Comments
1. Power and Energy 2. Food Security and Agriculture 3. Wealth Creation and Employment 4. Mass Transportation 5. Land Reform 6. Security 7. Qualitative and Functional Education

Plus Two Special Interest Issues....1. Niger Delta 2. Disadvantaged Groups

Maurice Iwu Must Go Now!  
December 20, 2007 | 15 Comments
If we donít do away with Iwu in our public arena and let him be HEARD NO MORE, someone will wake up tomorrow to tell us that Iwu is a hero. At that time, the likes of Babangida, Obasanjo and Atiku would have become saints and ordinary Nigerians would have been totally converted to their footstools. Iwu must go now!

Obama's Speech In Ghana: Notes For Nigeria - Reuben Abati  
July 12, 2009 | 11 Comments
Yesterday was a good day for Ghana. It couldn't have been better. US President Barrack Obama stood before the Ghanaian parliament and spoke for 33 minutes, drawing rapturous applause, and we, Nigerians at home and in diaspora, were reduced to mere spectators of Ghana's progress and achievement. Ghana was President Obama's choice for his "first visit to sub-saharan Africa as President of the United States" .

Akunyili: Time To Go Gracefully? - By Bridget Molokwu (Independent)  
August 23, 2009 | 9 Comments
In July, 2004, when Professor Dora Akunyili turned 50, the Pharmaceutical Group of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (P-MAN) organised the biggest birthday party ever for any Nigerian in Lagos. Three former Heads of State were in attendance, as well as numerous state governors and ministers. She was then the Director-General of the National Agency for Food and Drug Control and Administration (NAFDAC). Five years later, when her second daughter wedded in Abuja, she had become the...

Shekarau And 2011 Presidency  
July 5, 2009 | 7 Comments
Nigerian politics is nothing if not inventively disingenuous. The quest for higher office is now being serviced with a mish-mash of untruths and crafty innuendos with the hope that our penchant for collective amnesia will seal the sleight of hand with a stamp of veracity.

Vision 2020 And Seven-Point Agenda: Any Connection? - By Luke Onyekakeyah  
August 19, 2008 | 6 Comments
I CONSIDER it appropriate at this juncture to take a closer look at the two key buzzwords that have in recent times been ingrained in the polity in order to ascertain whether or not there is any connection between the two. The link or otherwise between the two would give insight into whether or not the Yar'Adua administration would be able to achieve these grand agendas. The two fashionable catchphrases are "Vision 2020" on one hand and the "Seven-Point Agenda" on the...

The Trial Of Olusegun Obasanjo - Reuben Abati  
March 22, 2008 | 6 Comments
THE on-going House of Representatives probe of expenditures in the power sector during the Obasanjo years has so far resulted in mind-boggling revelations about the abuse of due process, award of contracts to non-existing companies; the use of illegal Special Purpose Vehicles, misappropriation of public funds, and a gross failure of leadership. Reading the reports of the testimonies before the House of Reps Committee on Power, or watching the proceedings on television, many Nigerians cringe...

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