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Amaechi seemingly did not tighten up how contracts were awarded in Rivers State. He might say that it was not in his office to award contracts, but since this concerned his government, the criteria with which contracts were awarded then to mostly indigenes, were not committed to assiduous supervision...

If you sample the opinions of the so-called “most enlightened” segment of the populace as to what constitutes the most formidable challenge – out of a multitude - militating against Nigeria’s development and growth, the major answer that is likely to emanate from such an enquiry is “bad leadership”...

Around Amaechi are people one could call spoilers within. They are sharks that swallow both the small and big for the hunger of wealth...

Abia State has become the devil’s den with daylight robberies, killings and kidnappings. The state has become a free for all place for killers and armed robbers...

As America’s role as the policeman of the globe and sole guarantor of peace continues to expand, adopting a security strategy that will reduce all possible threats to its security forces to the barest minimum makes the use of Drones and other Unmanned systems the best option...

A common issue concerning the distribution of the things we all aspire to in our country has been a denominator dominated by unevenness. There has never been any kind of justice in this Nigeria. In times past, some of the things that we should all aspire to were either in the hands of one strong man and his linguistic or regional divide...

Unsafe abortion has lingered as one of the chief factors for the increasing maternal death rate in the country. The level at which unsafe abortion is destroying the lives of young Nigerian women has become a cause for concern...

Wole Soyinka turned 80 at the very beginning of this week. For many, that milestone must seem incredible. He looks scandalously young and vibrant, his physique trim, his mind ever engaged with some of the major literary and political issues of our time...

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