Businessman, politician and former Abia State Governor, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, is on a new crusade: To produce a Nigerian president of Igbo extraction in 2015. In this interview, Kalu explains why he believes Ndigbo have a genuine case.
Daily Archives: December 25, 2012
Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun, has said that adherents of Christianity and Islam live together peacefully in the state, noting that there is no family in Ogun and South West that does not have followers of the two faiths under the same roof.
Nigerian Breweries (NB) Plc in collaboration with the Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA) is hosting the maiden edition of the Lagos Crossover Concert, 2012 at the Star Mega City, Eko Atlantic City, Lagos with music, comedy
Super Eagles’ Chief Coach, Stephen Keshi, and West Brom’s striker, Osaze Odemwingie, should end their war of words over the national team list to next month’s African Cup of Nations in South Africa in the interest of the team, Chief Olusegun Runsewe cautioned yesterday.
Nigerians have been asked to allow Christmas to engender a greater spirit of unity among one another. Governor Godswill O. Akpabio, who gave the advice in his Christmas message in a radio and television broadcast to Akwa Ibom people said
In his characteristic bizarre manner of administration, Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, last week, declared a two-week Christmas holiday for civil servants in the State. The governor also doled out N500 million Christmas bonanza to officers and men of all security agencies in the State in appreciation of their crime
For the wary, 2012 came, set in convolution. And for the better part of the year, it rocked and convalsed. As the gong to herald the year sounded, the nation was deeply enmeshed in the fuel subsidy protests, which political undertone is yet to settle.
These words are not those of a celebrated sadist. On the contrary, they are those of Lord Macaulay (1800- 1859), a celebrated humanist, anthropologist, historian and politician rolled together. The words came from the sad recesses of the heart of a man who understood the world as much as the world understood him.
One time Super Eagles striker, Obinna Nsofor, has disclosed that he was disappointed that he would not make the team that will play at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations. Nsofor, who was an intergral part of the team when Samson Siasia was the coach, said in Lagos
This might sound like blasphemy. But the point is made! Omo-Oba Ayekonilogbon Olorunwa, a priest of Ifa deity, says corruption in the country will be bygone if Nigerians will agree to toe the path of Ifa. Ifa is a religion widely worshiped mostly by the Yorubas in the South Western part of the country.