In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Ross Alabo-George writes: “Social media is helping us organize movements but it has also raised a cruel mob of the most insensitive kind.”
“Let’s call that demolition what it is: a mistake. It did not pass the moral test. The method was wrong. But the motive was right,” Ross Alabo-George writes in Op-Ed.
“Again, I seized the moment to calm her down with a rather sarcastic response, “Mama, we scarce o. Men scarce for this country.” She gave a dismissive look and said, “Taa! Wetin you dey talk? For this country, men too böku.””
By Ross Alabo-George Congratulations to H. E Nyesom Wike for winning what should have ordinarily been a walk over, but ended up being hard fought, and with unnecessary casualty. The story of […]
Akpabio is a valuable asset, but that value has already been invested in the PDP.
Udom Emmanuel is a calm and calculated governor. He has tried not to govern in the shadow of Senator Akpabio, his benefactor. Gov. Udom is a technocrat, a former executive director at Zenith Bank, who later joined Akpabio’s cabinet as SGF in 2013.