With the awareness we have created among the voters and their positive response so far, coupled with the new electoral act it will not be business as usual
“No one can effect change in a society without being directly involved in its political life. It is for that reason that professionals should strongly consider joining politics
Abia State has suffered so much in the hands of individuals whom I will consider “unfortunate” to make good use of the privileges Almighty God has given them to develop this blessed region in South East Nigeria
Storyteller “Many Nigerians are born doctors, they push and touch here and there and before you know it, the baby was born. The same thing when a person is fainting, we don’t wait to call anyone, people present do what they can to save the person right there and then.” Nigerians magically, and unexpectedly come to support you when the need arises and stand by you until the end.It is in moments like this you see the beauty and uniqueness of Nigerians.Indeed, there is no way we can be human…
“The Egyptians you see today, you shall see them no more”
“Making yourself available to serve demands taking up concise responsibilities to yourself and your community. It means you are ready to establish a paradigm shift from what you have observed through the opinions of your people that are not proper and is causing disaffection and underdevelopment”
“Until the competence of such individuals are challenged both at the council meetings and at the polls, Abia state indigenes will continue to suffer the icon worship of members of the kitchen cabinets of state government apparatus whose primary interest remain photo-ops with the governor and the elites”
For every legal institution or organization, you belong to you don’t need any special recognition or grace to exercise your right of membership and to challenge any form of infringement or lawlessness.
Nigeria, now in its fifth quarter of recession linked to falling oil prices, can no longer afford to be a one commodity economy. Oil may have been the national breadwinner in the past, but Nigeria’s future depends on more investment in its many other lucrative, yet unexploited resources.
Poor resource and wealth distribution and management, political instability, greed and incompetence, corruption and economic inequalities are the prime source of poverty and famine in Nigeria