“As at today, Some of the advanced societies in the world were built and being built on the back of infrastructures that were put in place decades ago by visionary leadership,” Ugochukwu Oputa writes in Opinions.
“Apart from the fact that we deeply long for a saint, we also lack the basic intelligence to really assess people and situations before we canonize,” Sam Amadi writes in Opinions.
“Panegyrising over a hundred thousand of skilled and unskilled jobs created by building infrastructure in the state since 2015 cannot be overemphasised,” Dornubari Kiinee writes in Atlantic Post Opinions.
“This issues of justice, equity and lack of respect for our members and their rights is a greater danger to the APC in Nigeria than the threat of litigation over Governor Buni,” Senator Magnus Abe writes in Atlantic Post Opinions.
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In The Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Miabiye Kuromiema writes: “Rivers State need to lead Nigeria to develop a robust database system and attach same in the custody of the Agency to support policing of the society.”
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Yinka Dada writes: “Kyari’s statement was at best hasty, tawdry and damagingly ineffectual against the FBI report.”
“Governor Wike and Dr. Peterside, as I said were two great comrades while serving under the administration of Amaechi, but their differences came up during the gubernatorial election of 2015, where Wike was the Flag-Bearer of the PDP while Dr. Peterside was the Flag-Bearer of APC,” Eze Chukwuemeka writes in Opinions.
Are these new settlements styled like the Buhari administration policy to create communities across Nigeria for Fulani herdsmen under Ruga, which is said to be a Fulani word for human settlement?
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Orient Harmony, in third series, writes: “Many people used to think that Restructuring would be the best option, but it is getting quite clear now that Nigeria is going to break completely.”
“Today I am going to talk about “togetherness”. We have all heard words like, “We can never unite because we are too many tribes” or “It is not possible for so many tribes to be together”, Orient Harmony writes in Opinions.