In life, sometimes the ones most broken from inside are the ones most willing to help others.
By Eric Mba “Labour is Abia and Abia state is Labour.” This is the center of industry in the South East, the workers and the artisans own this state and still retain the force not to mess with, perhaps they have forgotten and now we are here to remind them.” As arrangement towards the 2023 electoral year gains momentum, Labour Party, Abia state chapter has reiterated its commitment to end the ongoing humiliation and abandonment of the work force in Abia state, from state institutions to private establishments, artisans and…
“Poverty in Nigeria evinces certain characteristics worth noting and which contribute to the inflammatory nature of its politics. However, Nigeria is no longer poor, irresponsible domestic policies, consign the majority of her citizens to poverty”
When most African countries depended on imported food and external assistance for development, Sankara championed local production and the consumption of locally-made goods.
“Peter Obi does not hide his disdain for abuse of public resources by men and women who should be probed for their shameful kleptomaniac tendencies.”
Njoku SaintJerry A. “Our Party, the New Nigeria Peoples Party is positioned to usher Nigeria to a complete paradigm shift of development quite remote from the beauty of rhetoric and too much English speaking, it begins with our legal process, the system that binds us all, our policies and laws should be in the interest of the people” – Kelechi Madugba Aspirant to Isialangwa North/South, Federal House of representatives, Abia State,Mr. Kelechi Chibueze Madugba of New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) is poised to take over from current occupier of the…
“the electoral process to is likened to an auction sale saying, It is the highest bidder that grab the price and rule as he please.”
“The awkward proposal portrays politicians as drug addicts who must be certified by the agency as fit to run for various elective offices. It is reprehensible and unacceptable,” – Yabagi Sani
The frustration, suffering and hunger unleashed on the people of Abia State by the current administration does not bode well as a government that claims to be working for and representing the people.
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