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Bandwagon Effects Of Unemployment In Nigeria

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The aftermath of joblessness and lack of incentives to meaningfully engage our teeming youths after graduation from our tertiary institutions or completion of apprenticeship or skill acquisition is now a tragedy in this country. It was observed by a Nigerian Economist that “Nigeria is sitting on a keg of gun powder” as far as unemployment is concerned... - By Franklin Ihejirika

The incident of the Nigerian Immigration Service recruitment exercise which occurred on Saturday, March 15,, 2014 and claimed 16 lives of our young graduates is still fresh in our memory. The breakdown was FCT 7, Rivers 5, Niger 2, Bauchi 1 and Edo 1. Although the exercise has come and gone, the families of the deceased will not forget the incident in a hurry. If there are employment opportunities, 693,000 graduates would not have chased 4,550 vacancies that existed at the Immigration office at that time. That is, an average of 152 vacancies per candidate.

Old Awgu Division: NOUN Breaks The Jinx

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Professor Vincent Ado Tenebe, the Vice chancellor of National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN and the deputy President of the senate... By Maurice Okafor

Professor Vincent  Ado Tenebe, the Vice chancellor of National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN and the deputy President of the senate, senator Ike Ekweremadu, representing Enugu West senatorial district in the National assembly were received like heroes and kings on Monday, December  1, 2014 by the people of  ‘ Old Awgu division’ which presently comprises of  Awgu, Ani Nri and Oji River council areas  in Enugu state, as they visited Awgu  town for the official commissioning/hand over of ‘Awgu Study Center’ of NOUN.

Booming Water Vending In FCT

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Water is life and its importance in the day to day activities of man cannot be overemphasized, As Nigerians increasingly lack access to water supply, the situation is proving brisk business for nomadic labourers from Northern Nigeria who are catching on the scenario to sell water... - By Rita Onuoha

For development experts the grim statistic that less than 30 per cent of Nigerians have access to potable water supply calls for concern. But as the federal government and other stakeholders find ways to exit the country from this situation, in-between, water vendors are having a field day.
The dry season is here again and it is known that at this time water is always scarce. 

Day Aged Imolites Got Bishop’s Suçcour

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The Church over the years has remained a humanitarian organization taking care of both the spiritual and material needs of its adherents... -By Athan Agbakwuru

The Church over the years has remained a humanitarian organization taking care of both  the spiritual and material needs of its adherents. That is is why the Anglican Diocese of Ohaji/Egbema in Imo State last Sunday 30th November 2014 honored 134 aged men and women both in the Diocese and in other denominations such as Catholic, Presbyterian, and Baptist among others in the Local Government Areas of Imo State.
The aged men and women made up of those between those aged 80 and above with those above 90 dominating the number were that day treated to a special feast.

When Youths Forced CHANGE In Lagos APC

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All hands seems to have been on deck ahead of the 2015 general election especially in Lagos where the People Democratic Party, PDP vow to hijack victory from All Progressive Party, APC, the youth subsequently forced internal democracy in the party’s House of Assembly primary that dictatorship was provoked by leadership dictatorship... - By Babatunde Bangbose

The slogan change used by the All Progressive Congress, APC is beginning to work against the doctrine of the party. Lagos State Chapter of the party had its State House of Assembly election amidst intense violence owing to the clamour by the party members to effect the change. 

Low and High Points of APC/PDP Primaries

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The emergence of President Goodluck Jonathan and General Muhammadu Buhari as PDP and APC presidential candidates respectively did not come as a surprise. However, political observers say the outcome may be similar to 2011 presidential result. But then, while their emergence as PDP/APC flag bearers respectively was the high point of the democratic events of last week, there were some other sides to the historic political activity... - By Jude Orji

The die is cast ahead of the February 14, 2015 scheduled presidential election in Nigeria. The Federal Government ruling Peoples’ Democratic Party-PDP, last week at Eagle Square in Abuja ratified the adoption of President Goodluck Jonathan\Sambo ticket by 3,073 delegates from the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory. President Jonathan scored 2,808 valid votes. At the convention also, PDP ratified the appointment of its national chairman, Alhaji Adamu Muazu, the national Secretary-Prof. Oladipo and the national Auditor.

Echoes From Enugu PDP Parallel Primaries

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From every indication Enugu State PDP appears to be one of the most troubled state chapters of the ruling party... -By Maurice Okafor

From every indication Enugu State PDP appears to be one of the most troubled state chapters of the ruling party, where the national leadership of the party led by Dr Adamu M’uazu requires the Biblical wisdom of the Solomon to resolve if the party must maintain its winning streak in the state, come 2015 general election. 

New Horizon For Manufacturing Sector

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Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), Imo/ Abia Branch held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) recently in Owerri, Imo State capital, Senior Correspondent, Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu, in this piece writes that the theme of the meeting” Impediment to Global Competitiveness of Nigerian Manufactured Goods- South East Experience” was timely considering the current slump in price of oil, which is critically posing a threat to the Nigerian economy.

I am grateful to the organizers of this meeting for choosing me as a Guest Lecturer for a number of reasons. First, Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has a very strong and effective voice in shaping the economic policies in Nigeria, particularly, in the industrial and manufacturing sectors of the economy. By so doing, member of the association contribute to wealth creation and the fostering of national economic prosperity and social progress.  Indeed, MAN helps in policy formulation, advocacy and implementation at the national, state and local levels.

ENUGU 2015: ECHOES FOR ONWUEGBU

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There are emerging indications that the battle for PDP gubernatorial ticket in Enugu state may spring surprises. ...-By Maurice Okafor

There are emerging indications that the battle for PDP gubernatorial ticket in Enugu state may spring surprises.

A Psychiatric Hospital’s Many Headaches

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Uselu Psychiatric Hospital, Benin City established since 1964, has in the last two years, set a record of gravitating from one crisis to the another. - By Victor Osehobo

Two years after calm returned to the Uselu Psychiatric hospital, Benin City with the confirmation of the appointment of Dr. Sunny Olotu as the substantive Chief Medical Director of the hospital, crisis resumed last week as a medical doctor and three other workers of the hospital in Benin City, Edo State were disciplined over alleged insubordination.

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