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2015: Searching For Direction For Ndigbo

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Across the five states of Anambra, Abia, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo States that collectively form the South-East geopolitical zone of the country... - By Maurice Okafor

Across the five states of Anambra, Abia, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo States that collectively form the South-East geopolitical zone of the country, the political turbine being discussed at various quarters mainly tends to turn in the direction of party or personality to which the zone will unitarily channel their support and political will, as a formidable bloc.

Spotlighting Unsung Contributions of Women At Last CONFAB

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The just concluded national conference provided yet another opportunity for Nigerian women to engage with the male delegates on national issues, including women development. Rita Onuoha and Josephine Ehusani examine the contributions of female delegates in addressing challenges that affect the female gender among other issues in the country.

The role of women in the society cannot be overstated because they are often considered the heart of the home. The voice of the woman is often heard in different sectors of the nation’s economy. 
At the just concluded national conference, they were not left out as they all made contributions to the final report that is about to set the space of socio-political activities in the country.

Edo Government And Non-Demolition Of Kidnappers’ Dens

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Although the law allows it, the Edo State government is yet to demolish any house used to hold kidnap victims while awaiting ransom. - By Victor Osehobo

Edo State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Barrister Henry Idahagbon has reiterated the state government’s resolve to demolish any house or property linked to kidnapping in the state. He said, “If you allow your house to be used as a den for kidnappers and you are arrested by the Police, the government has the will to pull down the house with no apologies.

Edo Government And Non-Demolition Of Kidnappers’ Dens

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Although the law allows it, the Edo State government is yet to demolish any house used to hold kidnap victims while awaiting ransom. - By Victor Osehobo

Edo State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Barrister Henry Idahagbon has reiterated the state government’s resolve to demolish any house or property linked to kidnapping in the state. He said, “If you allow your house to be used as a den for kidnappers and you are arrested by the Police, the government has the will to pull down the house with no apologies.

2015: PDP-Labour Party Merger In Ogun Deadlocked

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With the campaign of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and Labour Party, LP, to sack Governor Ibikunle Amosun of All Progressive Congress, APC, from office in 2015, it was anticipated that the merger would bring this to fruition. But the two parties’ plan to stick to their ideologies and work, separately, to facilitate President Goodluck Jonathan’s victory in the South-West zone, may be their real challenge... - By Babatunde Bangbose

Since the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP’s great loss in Ogun State in 2011 due to the intractable factional wrangling between former President Olusegun Obasanjo and former Governor Gbenga Daniel that polarised the party and gave undue advantage to Governor Ibikunle Amosun of the All Progressive Congress, the party has intensified action to ensure that power does not slip out of its grasp once again. 

Is Abia Really Stinking, Dirty And Garbage-filled?

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“The greatest want of the world is the want of men, men who will not be bought or sold, men who in their inmost souls are true and honest, men who do not fear to call sin by its right name, men whose conscience is as true to duty as the needle to the pole, men who will stand for the right though the heavens fall”- Ellen White. - By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu

The above quote by Ellen White, a prolific writer of the Seventh Day Adventist, SDA fame is an apt interpretation of courage and forthrightness. Perhaps, White had the likes of billionaire businessman, Arthur Eze when she conceived the quote. Eze recently demonstrated that sin should be called by its original name and that men of goodwill should stand for the right though the heavens fall.

Dora Akunyili, Pride Of Womanhood, Goes Home

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On Thursday August 28, Prof. Dora Nkemdilim Akunyili, 60, was interred at her husband’s country home at Agulu, Anambra State... -By Jude Orji

On Thursday August 28, Prof. Dora Nkemdilim Akunyili, 60, was interred at her husband’s country home at Agulu, Anambra State. It was William Shakespeare who said, ‘’death is a necessary end which will come when it comes’’. So, when it knocked at Prof. Dora’s door a delegate to the just concluded national conference on June 7, in far away India after a protracted battle with cancer, Nigerians and the entire world were jolted because they still want more of Dora’s dedicated service to humanity.  The life of late Prof.

Hand-Washing As Antidote To Ebola Spread

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As government intensifies efforts toward curbing the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, the Federal Ministry of Water Resources has called on Nigerians to imbibe the culture of regular hand washing as an effective preventive measure against a possible outbreak

The Federal Ministry of Water Resources has intensified efforts towards curtailment of the Ebola Virus Disease, EVD. Last year, the minister of water resources, Mrs. Sarah Ochekpe had called on Nigerians to inculcate the habit of effective hand washing with soap or ash as a good behavioural practice towards ensuring general health and wellbeing. 

Intrigues, Controversies Over Abia Chief Judge Removal

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The recent resolution recommending the removal of the Abia Chief Judge, Justice Nnenna Otti by the Abia State House of Assembly is trailed by controversies, writes our Senior Correspondent, Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu

Section 271 (1) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended) stipulates that the appointment of a person to the office of the Chief Judge of a State shall be made by the governor of the state on the recommendation of the National Judicial Council subject to confirmation of the appointment by the House of Assembly of the State.

Ebola: Group Suggests Fumigation of Public Places

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As part of efforts to prevent the spread of Ebola virus to most parts of Nigeria, a civil society organization, Civil Society... -By Richard Akintade

As part of efforts to prevent the spread of Ebola virus to most parts of Nigeria, a civil society organization, Civil Society Awareness Response on Epidemic Diseases (CARED), has called for the fumigation of all public places in the country. Besides, the organization urged the Federal Ministry of Health to embark on air spray as a means of preventing the deadly Ebola virus in most parts of the country.

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