“Under the Nyesom Wike led Administration, The University has witnessed a Revolution in Visionary Leadership, Infrastructural and Geographical Spread in line with the vision of her founding fathers,” Okazu Powers writes in Opinions.
“The 2007 legal battles to restore Amaechi as the rightful candidate and the winner of the Governorship election was the first test of power tussle between Wike and Secondus,” Obiaruko Christie Ndukwe writes in Opinions.
Statement concerning Ortom: The most vituperative attack against a sitting Governor by a Presidential spokesman
The said statement by Garba Shehu is the most vituperative attack ever launched against a seating Governor by a presidential spokesman.
How President Buhari’s statement, not attack on NDA, dampens the resolve of the armed forces to defeat terrorism.
“In Ebonyi, You require shallow Foundations because they typically have a wide base, which then transfers the weight of the load onto the topsoil. With a shallow foundation, the soil itself carries the burden,” Okazu Powers writes in Opinions.
“If Nigeria is a federal republic, then she ought to be operated as such. There should be strict adherence to the rule of law; the constitution and nothing else should guide actions of the government at all levels. These are what statesmen like Governor Nyesom Wike stand for,” Dornubari Kiinee writes in Opinions.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Martin Ezimano writes: “It was Biafra, contrary to popular misconception, that the supreme storyteller Chinua Achebe had in mind in choosing the title THERE WAS A COUNTRY.”
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Martin Ezimano writes: “IPOB’s vision of Biafra is therefore as a nation at war in which situation democratic rights like freedom of thought and speech stand as collateral casualties! Alternatively expressed, a Biafra of zombies!”
“This audio by the Speaker that introduced himself as Pastor Istaphanus has been circulating for at the least 5 years. The Rogue Biafra Franchise merely put a video on it to adapt the message to suit their hollow shenanigans,” Tony Nnadi writes.
“The calls for restructuring have not been heeded. Constitutional provisions on federal character have been ignored and even symbolic gestures to make all groups feel that they are part of the Nigerian family have been scorned as though they are a sign of weakness,” Atiku Abubakar says at the public presentation of the book, Remaking Nigeria: Sixty Years, Sixty Voices.