How debates shape voters’ perception By Emmanuel Onwubiko

Few days backs, the Nigerian election debate group drawn from a broad spectrum of key leaders of the media industry in both the private and public sectors organized a high profile presidential debates and five out of the over three dozen contestants of the presidential poll were invited but only three turned up. “Democracy is […]

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HOW OUR VILLAGES IN SOUTH EAST GOT DESERTED AND HOW THESE AREAS CAN BE REPOPULATED.

December 2018 just like every other Christmas season is usually a very busy time for the people of South East of Nigeria. This is so because millions of people who live far away from their homeland usually visit home at that material time to pay homage to their home towns and familiarize with their fellow […]

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Counter Terrorism as a Collective War By Emmanuel Onwubiko

Nigeria has assumed the notorious position of the third most impacted terrorism afflicted sovereign nation globally just after Afghanistan and Pakistan. In its report: “Changing patterns in terrorism and the threat to business” Control Risks, the specialist global risk consultancy, finds that the number of incidents rose from 317 in 2013 to 1,549 for the […]

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How Can South East Work Again? By Emmanuel Onwubiko & CliffGrace Obilor

We will like to begin by recalling the exact prophetic proclamations made by Professor Chinua Achebe, of blessed memory, who in the early 1980’s recorded what can be called the exact poetic representation of the Igbo nation in a book titled “The Trouble With Nigeria.” His claims are of the highest empirical proofs. His words: “A […]

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Human Rights Milestones of Nigeria Army By Emmanuel Onwubiko

On December 10th 2018, I breezed into the expansive headquarters of the Nigerian National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Yakubu Gowon way in the heart of the sprawling Maitama District in the Federal Capital Territory. That place is a like a home by the virtue of my fond association as a member of the then governing […]

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The toxicity of Soccer racism By Emmanuel Onwubiko

Sports is defined as activities involving physical exertion and skills in which an individual or a team competes against another or others for entertainment. This is the ordinary dictionary definition of the concept of sports. Brandon Moore says the essence of sports is that they are played for the enjoyment of competition, the test and betterment of skills […]

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CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN NIGERIA SHOULD BE SEEN AS AN ASSET NOT A BURDEN – Queen Tessy Okoh

By Kennedy Eberechi Queen Tessy Okoh; the current holder of the Miss Peace Nigeria (Culture) has continued to take more proactive steps in demonstrating her commitments to galvanizing the interest of the youths and strategically re-channel them to national pursuits that will culminate in development and cultural recovery in a bid to address the burning […]

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Prostitution is Capitalism on Campus By Emmanuel Onwubiko

With just few weeks to Nigeria’s most critical election, the major contenders who began their campaigns for the coveted number one political job in Nigeria which is the office of the President have so far not adequately addressed the critical issue of right to education. Going through the various ramifications and segments of the nation’s […]

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