Post Covid-19: THE HARD TRUTH

The Strongest Economy Survive at all Odds By By Ebiowei Lawal “When I read the news that crude oil price in the international market has dropped to about $11 or $12 per barrel, I was reminded about an interview I watched on the NTA Network Service. That night, the person featured on the interview program was an American born Economist (I have forgotten his name). He visited Nigeria to validate the speculation that Nigeria was actually the Giant of Africa. In course of the interview, the interviewer asked “you have…

Nigeria will remain insecure, unstable, stagnant if not restructured

to save Nigeria from imminent collapse, President Muhammadu Buhari should urgently begin the process of restructuring the country Former President Olusegun Obasanjo, yesterday, renewed the call for the restructuring of the country, insisting that Nigeria “will remain insecure, unstable, non-progressive and stagnated at best or disintegrated at the worst” if not restructured. Obasanjo, who spoke at the Abeokuta Club Annual Sobo Sowemimo Lecture in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, declared that the state of security in Nigeria has made restructuring imperative. The former president, who delivered a lecture on the…

SATANIC INVASION OF THE END-TIME CHURCH

BELIEVERS NEED TO PRAY MORE….. WARNING: Please do not read if you do not have a strong faith, a strong heart From Tony Onwutalu My name is Chidubem Okwu.., I am a pastor, but I have disappointed God and I really don’t know where to begin to tell my story. I must tell you the truth. I can’t really say if I have a call or not. I was a Sunday school teacher in my church for 9 years at Kaduna. In 1999 I was led to start a church,…

Fresh calls for restructuring as COVID-19 batters economy

Ohanaeze, PANDEF, others demand economic diversification There is no “better time but now to commence restructuring of the country,” said President of the Middle Belt Forum (MBF) Dr PoguBitrus. He noted that by this alone could Nigeria emerge stronger prom the pandemic. By Ohaneze, PANDEF Some Nigerians yesterday intensified calls for the political and economic restructuring of the country, citing the devastating financial impact of the COVID-19 lockdown and loss of oil earnings due to the crash in oil prices.President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Chief John Nwodo told The Guardian…

The Clarion Call For Restructuring Nigeria

“By Kano State ultimate decision, it destroys its own economy on purpose and thrives indirectly from the ‘hard work and wise decisions” 25th December 2018, The Kano State Hisbah Board seized and destroyed more than 30 trailer loads of beer. In a statement by the board’s Public Relations Officer, Malam Adamu Yahaya, the cartons of beer were destroyed in response to an order issued by the magistrates’ court for us to go ahead with the exercise since it contravenes the Kano State Law Number 4 of 2004 which has banned…

The relationship between China and the African Union (AU)

…linking Africa’s industrialization and agricultural modernization with China’s development By Qian Hongshan The famous African statesman and founding president of Tanzania Julius Nyerere once said that, “Together, we, the peoples of Africa will be incomparably stronger internationally than we are now with our multiplicity of unviable states.” Fifty-three years ago, thanks to the vision and unswerving efforts of the older generation of African leaders and statesman, the epoch-making Organization of African Unity (OAU) came into being, leading African people to national liberation and independence and contributing to world peace and…

The talking scarecrow and the empty rice farms;

A Close observation of Africa’s crass neglect of its farmland, its pride By Njoku SaintJerry A I grew up in the rice farm, we grow Isiugwu rice.As a young active kid, my major occupation was to scare the birds away when they come in droves to pluck the ripe grains for food, we walk the length and breadth of the paddies to inspect for all kinds of invaders including the birds, we slap metal objects against each other or beat a pan to produce loud clanging sounds as we scream…

The Diary of an angry Black Man

“Anybody can become angry – that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way – that is not within everybody’s power and is not easy” – Aristotle Onasis By Njoku SaintJerry A. Anger is a product of anxiety; Anxieties unmet result to frustration, a frustration of self, a frustration induced by environmental circumstances and the society at large. Every human under the face of the sun is anxious…