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October 1, 2017 Deadline Whose interest?

October 1, 2017 Deadline Whose interest?

Unequivocally, Nigeria as a nation is blessed with both human and material resources. The country is made up of different ethnic nationalities with distinct culture and languages. Prior to the advert of colonial rule, there were separate city states existing independently with kings and monarchs. When the whitemen came, they introduced different system of governance

Arewa Youths Quit Notice: The Two Sides of its Coin — Disintegration or Anarchy

Arewa Youths Quit Notice: The  Two Sides of its Coin —  Disintegration or Anarchy

The KIV incessant agitation for the creation of Republic of Niger Delta has been justified and proven necessary by the national Youth Body of the Northern extraction called, Arewa Youths following its order against the continuous stay of the Igbo ethnic group in their region before the nation’s fifty-seventh (57th) independence anniversary on October 1st,

Celebrating Rivers At 50

Celebrating Rivers At 50

Rivers is one of the thirty-six (36) states in Nigeria. It was carved out from the defunct Eastern region of Nigeria by Decree No. 19 of 1967. Rivers territory had once been referred as Oil Rivers Protectorate, a named derived from its central role in the oil trades of the last two and half centuries.

ISSUES ABATTOIR: That Classification, Recognition, Inauguration Of Andoni Traditional Institution: Implications & Prospects 1

Overtime, the good people of Obolo (Andoni) ethnic Nationality have decried the level of political marginalization especially as it affects infrastructural, social, educational and economic development, not leaving traditional development out. Development as easy as it sounds is quite difficult to come by, be it infrastructural, traditional, social or economic given the nature of red-tapism

Chief Odiari Princewill Cynosure Of Asalga Politics

Chief Odiari Princewill Cynosure    Of Asalga Politics

The Chronicles of Asari-Toru politics cannot be integral, comprehensive and complete without the mention of the person, Chief Odiari Princewill. He is not a political upstart, novice or an amateur. Chief Princewill is a vibrant and indispensable politician. In the emergence of our new democratic dispensation in 1999 and Chief Odiari Princewill has been a

ISSUES ABATTOIR: “Stop Militarization Of Nigeria Democracy”

ISSUES ABATTOIR: “Stop Militarization Of Nigeria Democracy”

Nigeria Democracy is a child of circumstance and of course that of an old age. Nigeria had her independence on October 1st, 1960, became a republic in 1966 and after several years of military dictatorship in governance, only on May 29th, 1999 it became a democratic nation state. Recalled, that in 1992 Democracy was aborted

APC Please Forget 2019

The role of a government especially in a democratic setting to develop a nation cannot be over emphasized. Government by its basic  function is to ignite policies and programmes that will spark massive development that will turn around positively the fortune of the people. A government that does not bring smiles on the faces of

Who is Rt. Comrade Sukubo Sara-Igbe?

Who is Rt. Comrade Sukubo Sara-Igbe?

The name Comrade Sukubo Sara-Igbe Sukubo is not new as far as Rivers youths are concerned. Sukubo is an house hold name. Unequivocally, the name rings a bell across the length and breadth of Rivers State. Rt. Comrade Sukubo is not an upstart in the administration of youth bodies. Before he ascended on the leadership

ISSUES ABATTOIR: The Triple Blessings Of The Andoni (Obolo Kingdom)

ISSUES ABATTOIR: The Triple Blessings Of The Andoni (Obolo Kingdom)

“And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free”. St. John 8:31 (KJV) Before proceeding to examining and evaluating the theme of this very episode of Issues Abattoir, the first edition for the year 2017, it is our tradition to formally welcome you to this year of positivity, breakthrough, success, greatness

Peace And Accelerated Development

Peace And Accelerated Development

Peace is essential in the development of any given society. There is a popular saying that no community develops in the atmosphere of rancour and acrimony. Any nation that wants to grow in all ramifications will make peace her watch word. Observation shown that many states across the Nigerian nation are unable to attract infrastructural