AFTER reading the interview granted to Saturday Sun in 2013 by the new face of Biafra agitation, Nnamdi Kanu, which was re-issued last Saturday, I concluded that the fury over the new Biafra has more to do with bottled-up grievances against Nigerian establishment by some Igbo youths
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YOU became president six months ago, and Nigeria recently celebrated its 55th birthday. Unlike past administrations, I have hope that you will do good things during your term.
THE first week of November 2015 marked two years that successor generation (Gencos) and distribution (Discos) companies of the defunct electric monopoly came under private ownership. That singular event marked a watershed in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI).
YOU may have your personal views about the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, especially as regards the political equation in the state. You may be tempted to believe the false political propaganda being churned out by the opposition in the state. But when the facts are down, you cannot argue that Wike is simply the best in the present dispensation.
THERE is a time in the life of a nation when the bitter truth of the glitches surrounding her nationhood must be told. Any nation which takes freedom, equality, equity, justice and fairness for granted must brace up for the manner of challenges confronting ours at the moment.