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...

Owerri West And The Absence of Security Gates

The construction of security gates in the State has elicited diverse opinions and perception from the critical Imo populace. Infact, two Schools of Thought have...

OKOROCHA’S FOURTH TIER AND THE REST OF US.

The burning issue today in Imo state is the face off between Civil Servants, otherwise called the labour and the Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha...

IS MBAISE NATION PAYING THE PRICE FOR PDP LOYALTY?

Mbaise Clan is one of the largest homogenous ethnic nations that make – up Imo state. The Mbaise are known for their industry and...

But, I told Governor Okorocha

Good and sincere Writers put their thoughts out as directed them by the spur of their inner soul, and in most cases the predictions...

Presidency 2015, Igbos and the Search for a Bridge Builder

By Raymond Osueke   The essence of this piece is to re appraise the need for an Igbo to be president of the Federal Republic of...