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Special Report by Ebuka Onyekwelu The United States trained Anambra-born renal care specialist, Dr. Felicia Nene Chidolue, over the weekend hinted that she is working towards ensuring that in Anambra state, kidney transplants among other specialized renal care services will be available to those seeking them soonest. Dr. Chidolue has over two decades of experience and expertise in renal care in the US, where she has reached the pinnacle of her professional career in chronic...

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Governor Soludo early in the week marked his 100 days in office as Anambra State Governor. Since then, there have been questions as to if it is too early to judge his performance or if he has performed creditably. A member of the Board of Trustees of the All Progressives Grand Alliance – APGA, and the son of Ikemba Nnewi, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, has reacted to the commemoration of Governor Soludo’s one hundred days in...

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ARE THERE STILL ZOOS IN NIGERIA? CAUSE OF THE DEPLETION OF WILDLIFE CONSERVATION IN NIGERIA A zoo is considered an establishment that maintains a collection of wild animals, typically in a park or garden, for study, conservation, or display to the public. There abide untapped opportunities in the wildlife subsector for national development but the harnessing of these opportunities in Nigeria appears to be far-fetched as zoos in Nigeria continue to deplete on a regular...

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Recently, an employer in Lagos, Nigeria tweeted about how he turned back his employees who came late to work, giving the heavy downpour as an excuse. He emphasized how the employees were aware of the company’s seriousness with punctuality. The tweet caused mixed reactions online; some supporting his action and some others criticizing it. Conversations about the employer-employee relationship is not a prevalent topic in Nigeria as many believe in the ‘at all at all...

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The sun was scorching and Hauwa, a blind girl, needed shade to rest. After a long walk around her community in Bodinga Local Government, Sokoto State, the 16-year-old, accompanied by a younger girl, decided to settle at the community filling station to catch her breath. Hauwa was standing in one corner of the station when an irritated attendant yelled at her to leave the premises. The defenseless girl who spends her time on the street...

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By Vivian Ihechu, Reporter Thirty-two-year-old Chinedum was excited when she discovered she was pregnant. She was in a foreign land when the baby girl came. As a fresher, Chinedum was almost clueless on how to nurse the baby. She relied on constant telephone calls from home, mostly from her mother and aunties telling her how to bathe, breastfeed and carry the baby, among other pieces of advice. One piece of instruction was constant: use petroleum...

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AWKA — With only about two months to change of government, there are clear signs that seem to suggest that the current government has perhaps been disserted. An elegant proof of this is the attitude of government officials towards their duty. Understandably, transition comes with its own demands and pressures which tend to affect work and work pace. But even that must not subject the people and the society to incredible stress and confusion that...

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“2023 will be another milestone and can if properly articulated and negotiated, offer an opportunity for the emergence of a Nigerian president of Igbo extraction” –Emeka Ojukwu Jnr Today, it is exactly ten years since the death of Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu; a man of immense and diverse parts. In commemoration of the life and times of this larger than life entity, Chief Emeka Ojukwu Jnr, during an exclusive interview session with Ebuka Onyekwelu of the...

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Last week, the National Assembly passed the Electoral Act Amendment Bill, making it compulsory for all political parties to conduct their primaries using the direct method. Direct electoral method is not new to Nigeria, and in fact, it has been said to have been adopted in the most credible election in Nigeria, which is the 1993 election. According to African Election Database, Moshood Abiola of the then Social Democratic Party (SDP) garnered a total vote...

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In Africa and most Third World generally, parochial political culture is usually prevalent and informs the attitude and behaviours of the people towards politics. One of the most distinguishing features of a democracy is public participation in the process of selecting leaders termed general election. However, the extent to which the public participates in this process is largely determined by preexisting political culture. In other words, an established code of conduct of the people towards...

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