NIGERIA: LIKE DANA AIR DISASTER IN WAITING

Penultimate week in Ghana, Nigeria’s West African neighbour, a football match was going on at the National Stadium Accra and the flood lights went...

LIKE ROCHAS OKOROCHA, LIKE GOODLUCK JONATHAN.

On May 29, 2012, which was last Tuesday, as Nigeria celebrated her Democracy Day after 13 years of PDP leadership at the centre, I...

That Area K Land Saga

I wonder why the State Government has not found an amicable solution to the impasse between it and Amawom Community over the land at...

A Season of Murmuring

I am a close observer of the Rochas Okorocha Administration. I do so not because I voted for him at the elections, but because...

ANPP: The Alternative Party for Ndi Igbo

One has watched closely latest developments in the new look All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP), one of Nigeria’s main opposition political parties. When one...

PDP: TREKKING ON THE EDGE OF A RAZOR

I admired the PDP when it came on board the nation’s political landscape in 1999.Then, the party founded by men of valour and integrity,...

Igbos in search of a New Political Identity: The ANPP Alternative

After the Civil War, Igbos have continued to be the weeping child of the Nigerian political family. From cries of Marginalisation to denial of...

Okorocha: In the Eyes of Different Classes of Imolites

Governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha is man of many parts. Little wonder that as Governor of Imo State, his brand of governance has elicited diverse...

Can An Alliance Break PDP

By Innocent Onyeukwu I have nothing against the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). For those who say I have consistently written against the party on this...

OKOROCHA: AFTER ONE YEAR, HOW FAR?

  May 27, 2012 will mark exactly one year Dr Ikedi Ohakim Officially handed over to his successor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha. This was followed with...