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Fuel queues in Nigeria: The shame of a nation

By Mazi Nnamdi Nwigwe The paroxysm that so frequently afflicts the supply  line of petrol and kerosene in our dear country is getting so regular and predictable that we all really have to be  thoroughly ashamed as a nation. If we check our national newspapers in the past 25 years  at the libraries and archives, […]

Weep not Ndigbo

By Barr. Clement Udegbe   I AM one of those, who never wished that APC, with President Muhammadu Buhari, PMB, would lead this country. It was not because we supported the ways of the ruling PDP at that time, but because we had our fears, about that change slogan, some of which are now manifesting […]

PDP guber primaries: Food for thought for delegates By Dr Tchidi Kevin Unegbu

Imo PDP delegates at the forthcoming governorship primaries have the key to the success or failure of the party in retaking Government House, Owerri from the rudderless leadership of Owelle Rochas Okorocha and his APC political gangsters. And to ensure that the party ride back to power in the state in 2015, the delegates have […]


The reactivation of the Avutu Poultry is one of the items being broadcast to the world as one of the achievements of the administration of Governor Rochas Anayo Okorocha of Imo State within his three years in office. Having just visited the Poultry Complex and seen that the television footage is a big lie, this […]


In a lighter mood today, MTN is in the ring. I will always choose the MTN. This is a telephone network service which came into this country and moved fast enough to make telecommunication much easier. It bridged the yawning gap between the have and the have-not. Not that the other networks have nor done […]

Disturbing activities of anti-Christian ‘men and women of God’ By Eze Sir J.O. Muruako KSJ, JP.

The Imo Broadcasting Corporation (IBC) Orient FM radio in a programme in the morning of the 29th September, featured a discussion on the activities of the self styled men and women of God. It was quite disturbing to listen to several people’s narations of the quite ungodly and unchristian doings of these people who now […]

The way you dress… By Chioma Munachiso Samuel

It was a horrible experience that fateful day as the bus driver stopped at Douglas Road, Owerri for a plumpy young lady who sat on a seat before mine to alight. The lady bent down and her low waist trouser pulled down and exposed her extremely dark buttocks decorated with uncountable stretch marks. The two […]

When God is not in Church (2) With Rev. Canon Chike Samuelson

The church is supposed to be an assembly of the redeemed of the Lord, rescued and separated from the world to be for God’s praise and His mission in His world. The church is meant to be the people of God. Concerning the church, consider the following definition and description in scripture. “…you are a […]

NIGERIA; THE WAY FORWARD (…. A minority report) with DANN JACOBS

I am to tell our country at this point in time without equivocation to LET BOKO HARAM GO. Let the people go rather than all the bloodshed, waste, suffering and insecurity everywhere. To have peace, we have to do this. Now Ebola has been added to it. With boko haram on the prowl, it will […]


The authorities in our radio broadcast stations will benefit from some observations and even criticisms by listeners to their programmes in recent times. The air waves are in need of quality radio productions from both the public and privately-owned stations. Because producers and presenters are prone to imitate their colleagues in other broadcasting houses, mistakes […]

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