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NYSC Palaver…10 reasons why FG must stop sending southerners to North for NYSC

I was on the phone talking to one of my former students and a friend who has just been posted to Kano state for NYSC when I decided to make this appeal to the National Assembly and GEJ’s administration. My friend said he has not slept since he picked up his posting letter. His family […]

The end of Igbo business By Rudolf Ogoo Okonkwo

Even the blind can see the storms gathering across the Nigerian sky. The question left unanswered is, will they come together in such a formation that it becomes a perfect storm? If it happens, it will blow a lot of people away. But the people most vulnerable are the Igbo. Unfortunately, they have no clue […]

“THEY ARE HERE” – OUR CHILDREN ARE HERE AN ANALYTICAL SURVEY OF THE LIFE AND TIMES OF GENERATION X- PLUS and The Role of Men in the Future of Society II Being Bishop Cyril C. Okorocha’s Presidential Address at just concluded All Anglican Mens’ Conference held at Christ Church Owerri.

follow the Master. Follow me and you will not get it wrong! II Tim. 3:14-17; I Cor. 4:16; 11:11. But when we look around, we cannot but ask: Is this the faith once delivered or are they following another?  Our Lord Jesus predicted as well as warned about these evil times:  “Because iniquity will abound, […]

Tobacco: The silent, ruthless killer

Thursday, May 31, was “World No Tobacco Day” (WNTD). First observed in 1987 following a motion passed by a cabinet of the World Health Assembly (WHA) which received the tacit support of the World Health Organisation (WHO), it has become a day devoted to global campaigns and efforts to significantly reduce, and eventually eliminate, the […]