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If the House of Assembly of Anambra State goes ahead to confirm Chairmen and Members of Local Government Transition Committee anytime this week or in the coming week, most of the Transition Committee Chairmen and members (councilors) would have spent not less than five years in their local governments, with zero accountability or responsibility for the hundreds of millions of local government funds supposed to have been disbursed to them. In fact, many of these...

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Governor Willie Obiano’s direction of Anambra’s affairs will end on March 17, 2022. But his imprint on the state for eight straight years will endure. Not only endure but also assume legendary proportions with the passage of time. Historians will wax lyrical on his double tenure and ascribe to him the quotable, poetic words Julius Caesar uttered in celebration of one of his famous war victories: “Veni, vidi, vici.” Willie Obiano came. He saw. He...

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In addition to a high rate of disparity in airfare, these systemic trends that emit prejudice, negligence, and thoughtlessness manifest as racial discrimination in service delivery standards.   The flight booking was the United States-based Delta Airlines, but the routing and services were provided by its partner airline, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the official airline carrier of the Netherlands. Thus, a Delta flight on January 13—originally booked as DL 9477—ended up as KL 588, a...

By Joe C Anatune – Guest Columnist My good friend and late Yerima of Auchi, Prince Tony Momoh, never ceased to counsel that in building great cities, it is always better to first build the men and women who will sustain it. From March 17, 2022, when Governor-Elect Cee Cee Soludo will be sworn in, Anambra will commence the journey to a Livable Megacity. This will not be a hundred-metre dash but the benefits of...

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Reminiscing about the good old childhood days, 24-year old Priscilla recalls series of scenario she played out. As a young girl, she would make Sunday afternoons her lesson time, she is the teacher with a good number of pupils in her mind. To get a touch of reality, she would assemble her three siblings as a point of contact, conduct her school assembly with them and teach them. She was the proprietress, the disciplinary teacher...

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By Rudolf Okonkwo — Guest Columnist This week, I went back to watch an April 12, 2015, interview that I had with the then-President-elect Muhammadu Buhari. After watching the interview, I arrived at a clear conclusion: It was all Olusegun Obasanjo’s fault. Nigeria’s final chance to revive itself, to be a fair, decent, and just nation, came in 1999. Posterity called on Olusegun Obasanjo, who came out of prison with a new lease on life, to...

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Obviously, the appointment of members of opposition political parties is not an oversight or an error. It is a deliberate effort that makes a bold statement to the effect of giving a hint of the incoming governor’s ambitious political roadmap. AWKA — A careful consideration of the just-released Transition Team of Anambra State Governor-Elect, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo reveals, among other things, his scope of interest in state, regional and national politics. Soludo who rode on...

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Prof. Soludo has to sanitize his government from the get-go, and never populate his new government with appointees who should not be associated with the new government, especially when there are no political repercussions. Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, Anambra’s Governor-Elect will be sworn-in in about two months’ time. So far, many people have become desperate and doing all they could to lobby for one position or another. Most of those lobbying for positions are in Obiano’s...

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Recent signs out of Ethiopia are encouraging, but major issues standing in the way of a sustainable peace remain unresolved. By Michelle Gavin, Guest columnist and blogger News coming out of Addis Ababa suggests that the conflict in Ethiopia is entering a new phase. For over a year, momentum seemed to be forever driving toward worsening violence between the federal government, its allies, and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), as well as a deepening...

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“Any Pastor Wey Dey Look Me Bad Eye as If Him Sef Be Saint, Na God Go Punish Am” I imagined myself grabbing her waist and moving mine in and out like I usually do in the other room. It felt like a pleasant heavenly dream until I was awoken with a violent slap. The building had gone quiet. I was faced with an angry and disgusted woman who had just slapped me. Pastors rushed...

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