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Talks and comments have emerged following the video of a pastor sacked from the Winners Chapel Church. The pastor named Pastor Peter Godwin narrated his ordeal on the AreaTV platform. An excerpt from the letter he showed, dated June 25th, 2021, reads: “Consequent upon the recent performance reviews which revealed that your Church growth index falls below expectations. “Please be informed that your services as a Pastor-in-charge are no longer required from this Commission with...

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“It is thoroughly doubtful that the governor’s influence will make any difference going forward” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu Careful observation of the political situation in Anambra state now can very easily predict that Anambra state House of Assembly will become the new political battleground. While the outgoing government is struggling to perfect its papers, and perhaps, see if the government can get just one more budget passed for it by the Assembly, the incoming government is also...

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Reactions of disgust about how wasteful and showy the Igbos are, and defensive responses to such reactions, have flooded the internet following the trend of the affluent burial ceremony of Mr. Obinna Iyiegbu’s (“Obi Cubana”) mother. High-class businessmen, politicians, and celebrities such as Mr. Emeka Agbanari, Mr. Emeka Okonkwo popularly known as E money, Jowi Zaza, Hon. Akin Alabi, Abba Kyari, Kanayo O Kanayo, Zubby Michael, Williams Uchemba, D’banj, Patoranking, Davido, Phyno, Kcee, Man like...

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  People whose placement in seats spells out s.e.r.v.i.c.e not subjugation; hose understanding of positions lies in the country’s motto: unity and faith, peace and progress, where unity beats instigation of violence and stir faith in her citizens, resulting in the wholeness that brings progress. People who uproot the weed of greed when saddled with the responsibility of multiplicity and distribution of the nation’s wealth. People who carry on their lips, words of inclusion, fairness...

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There is nothing completely off the table in politics. ―Ebuka Onyekwelu The decision by INEC based on a certain Jigawa federal court judgment, to recognize the candidacy of Hon. Chukwuma Umeoji and not Prof. Chukwuma Soludo is a sort of climax in the long-standing controversy trailing APGA’s general conduct so far in the 2021 governorship election in Anambra state. For the first time in a very long while, party members and keen observers were caught...

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The APGA peace-reconciliation committee does not look like a peace committee. It looks like a campaign committee ―Ebuka Onyekwelu A look at the newly constituted committee to reconcile differences in APGA and square the warring factions reveal very clearly that it is an afterthought, perhaps, a mere committee set up solely for the purpose of just having it on record. So many things are not right with the committee, ranging from the timing to membership...

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The news of the death of the veteran singer and rapper, Olanrewaju Abdul-Ganiu Fasasi, a.k.a Sound Sultan, on the 11th of July, 2021, struck many with unexplainable sorrow. For some, it was their first time encountering his name, while it came to the knowledge of some that he suffered a rare type of cancer called Angioimmunoblastic T-cell Lymphoma. Hearty comments about how wonderful the late singer was, flooded the internet. Pleasant nostalgic memories from friends...

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It was another headache-exuding gathering of some casual political analysts. My sighing and yawning meant nothing. My dad was invested in the ongoing conversation with his friends. The other day, they were in our house. Two neighbours came knocking because they thought there was a fight. “No, they are just discussing,” I smiled at their curiosity. This time, my dad and I were coming back from his monthly checkup at the hospital. He received a...

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By John Campbell, Guest Columnist and Blogger   The Buhari administration’s June ban on Twitter in Nigeria, combined with proposals within Buhari’s All Progressives Congress (APC) to allow the federal government to establish a “code of conduct” for Nigeria’s media to counter, among other things, “fake news,” rightly sets off alarm bells within the human rights community. Nigeria is challenged on multiple fronts: a jihadi insurrection in the North East and increasingly in the North West; quarrels over water and...

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“Clearly defined position of Southern Governors  are of mammoth benefit to the people and struggles of Southern Nigeria. ―Ebuka Onyekwelu Many people are conversant with the 1914 merger of the Northern and Southern protectorate of Nigeria by the British, to create what country is called Nigeria as it is known. Over the years, the Southern protectorate has almost completely withered, broken down into sub-regions, and then, states. With no significant source of unification, Southern Nigeria...

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