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“Nigerian government thinks that it can do just about anything that it deems fit but the world has moved beyond that stage ―Ebuka Onyekwelu The evident political incompetence of the current Nigerian regime gives it away as a government that lives in the past. Even a casual observation of the choice of language used by known pillars of the administration smacks of empty arrogance with no substance in view. Clearly, not only does it appear...

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“The idea of lock down and work from home conceivably has come to stay”, ―Ebuka Onyekwelu Around this time last year, so many government and private organisations have fully adopted, partially or considering the idea of allowing some or most of their workforce, to work from home.  A good number of organisations in Europe and America, do not have the luxury of a variety of options even till now, owing to the severity of the...

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“Moving on, the government must not give its citizens the impression that they are less wanted to remain part of the union”―Ebuka Onyekwelu No matter how successive Nigerian government decides to view the Biafra declaration which then led to a civil war that left no fewer than three million Easterners dead, the fact that cannot be disputed is, the event, cannot be erased in Nigeria’s existential history. And so, of all the possible cause of...

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“Till now, the disruption created by the pandemic has not been fully reverted.” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu Today is Children’s day in Nigeria, as it has been every other year since the recognition of May 27 as Children’s day in 1964. But this time, something different is happening as the pandemic has defiantly canceled all celebrations connected to the fanfare that ordinarily characterize today’s commemoration of Nigerian kids. And just maybe, this time the new normal has...

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“APGA aspirants who have not seen forms to buy are fighting even though they do not know if they will eventually participate in the primary.” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu So far, the All Progressive Grand Alliance –APGA, has remained the only major political party going to participate in the November gubernatorial election in Anambra state, which has not sold nomination and expression of interest forms to any of its aspirants. The People’s Democratic Party –PDP has since...

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“Fulani elites who own the cattle should learn from the Igbo spare parts dealers and simply ranch their cattle.” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu Yesterday, two key members of the Buhari government went full throttle unleashing untold abuse of public sensibilities to already distressed citizens of Nigeria. No less than Inspector General Usman Bala who is the Acting Inspector General of Police, and Abubakar Malami, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, and the Attorney General of the Federation and...

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“No amount of Plan B will ensure the safety of two-thirds and half of Nigeria’s population. ” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu Earlier this week, Pastor Paul Adefarasin, the senior pastor of House on the Rock Church while preaching to his congregation, advised them to get a “Plan B”, because, given the rate at which Nigeria is descending into chaos and disorder, it is necessary for the face of the reality before us, for everyone to have another...

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“In a functional democracy, the press must navigate the onerous duty of shaping the conscience, choices and will of the society” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu May 3, of every year, is celebrated as World Press Freedom Day. All over the world, Press Freedom continues to be a topical issue with, in some instances, the argument moving from needing more freedom, to questions about just the appropriate level of freedom that can be permissible, for the press. The...

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“With this achievement,  governor Obiano has earned an enviable spot in the chronicles of Anambra times.” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu As expected, the Anambra International Airport, Umueri which test flight successfully landed and took off a few days ago has drawn several commentaries. One must however admit that the argument, fanfare on the part of government supporters, and dismissal on the part of most opposition of this project, are not altogether unforeseen considering that the expectations of...

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“At what point did Pantami deny all those extremist ideologies, and under what circumstances? Then, should such a man have been appointed a minister in Nigeria? ” ―Ebuka Onyekwelu Nigeria’s Communications and Digital Economy Minister, Dr. Isa Pantami is facing a major accountability challenge. This would not be the first time a serving member of the Federal Executive Council would be facing such a serious test on the government’s strength to hold its members accountable....

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