Showing posts from March 20, 2018

Justice Suzzette Wike receives An African Trade Centre Award.

It was a moment of pride for Rivers State and Nigerian delegates to the United Nations CSW62 holding at the United Nations  in New York as Her Excellency Justice Suzzette Nyesom Wike, the wife of the Governor of Rivers State was presented with an award of excellence for being a Role model to Women and girls all over Africa.

Justice Wike used the opportunity to outline the current interventions by the Rivers state government and her NGO, Suzzette Family First Foundation (S3F) in empowering Rural women and girls.

She went on to stress the need for Non Governmental Organizations to further collaborate with the state government in charting a map to ensure that in line with the United Nations CSW62 theme no woman, man, youth or child is left behind.

Narrowly Escapd Death Along Port Harcourt Airport Road.

The Rivers State Government and House Of Assembly should as a matter of urgency propose and pass into law the Anti Open Grazing  bill to save our Daughters and Sons from the carelessness of these Fulani Cattle rearers on our roads.

On my way back from Etche along the Port Harcourt airport road that leads to obiri Ikwerre, I saw two cows lying lifeless on the road and also a damaged toyota camry car on same road and this caused serious traffic.

I alighted from the car, got very close to the accident scene,only to discover that a Facebook friend of mine Miss Nengi was the passenger in the damaged Toyota camry car, enquiries as explained by the driver of the camry Mr George, showed that while he was on speed two cows ran out of the Bush towards their direction, he lost control of the car and that's all you could remember.

In all of this, there was no trace of the Fulani Cattle Rearers. They fled deep into the Bush with their remaining cows.

Passersby who came to render help all spoke in …

Professor Kingsley Moghalu, has promised to fix the challenges of Nigeria,if he is elected President in 2019.

Former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Professor Kingsley Moghalu, has promised to restructure Nigeria and return it to true federalism by 2021, as well as reform the police, healthcare, education, and the energy sector if he is elected president in 2019.

Moghalu, the first aspirant from the Southeast zone to aspire for Nigerian presidency in 2019 made the declaration at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja yesterday, where he said a combination of military rule, oil booms and busts, and successive leadership failures of the political class have robbed the country of its dreamed greatness since independence.

The presidential hopeful served as Chairman, Board of Directors of the Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM) and the Financial Institutions Training Centre. He is also the founder and President of the Institute for Governance and Economic Transformation (IGET), a new think tank basedAbuja.While he kept mute over the political platform under which he intends…

Buhari Frets over the tension that has engulfed the presidency.

There are emerging indicators that this is no comfort period for President Muhammadu Buhari, reflecting that the Presidency is under tension over the political forces that are rising against the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the build up to 2019 general elections in addition to the cornucopia of intractable security and economic crises in Nigeria.

The tension, stakeholders in the Nigerian project, conceived has created palpable phobia in President Muhammadu Buhari on his ambition for re-election for second term in 2019.

The leadership of the ruling APC are not excluded from the tension that has engulfed the presidency and the party government.

The reflexes of the tension in the presidency and the subtle fear manifested in the sudden resolution of the APC leaders to resolve the differences between President Buhari and the leadership of the National Assembly, essentially, the President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki; Speaker of the House of Representatives, Right Honourable…