Written By Nwaorgu Faustinus.
Amala/Ntu Secondary School, once the glory of secondary school education in Ngor/Okpala Local Government Area of Imo State is terribly in great state of dilapidation and will closely march towards the brink of extinction if nothing expedient and urgent is done to rescue it from total decadence.
Founded in 1976, Amala/Ntu Secondary School was regard as one…Continue
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30,000 Mexicans Killed In Drug War, Violence, Made in the USA!
Written by Paul I. Adujie
This is a story about American appetite for drugs and narcotics which has and is still ruining many lives in America and many neighboring nations, particularly, America’s southern neighbor, the nation of Mexico.
30,000 persons, Mexicans, fellow human beings are dead in a short time period in Mexico, America’s neighbor to the south, as result and consequence…Continue
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There are seven principles that for the foundation of the 21st Century Time Management system. These seven principles help you understand and set-up the program. A thorough understanding of the principles will help you to implement the program more effectively.
1. Let Go - You can’t get everything done. You need accept this is true
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I want to use this medium to correct an erroneous teaching by one pastor Chris Ojigbani, who anchors ‘single and married’ on Silverbird Tv, he taught that the Bible does not permit man trusting man, that trust should be only for God. He based his argument on Jer 17:5. Before going to the Bible, I want to use one theological principle to approach this discourse viz: common sense. We can use our common sense to read and understand the Bible to an extent because it was written in Hebrew and…Continue
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SECURITY REPORT ON THE SECURITY CHALLENGES IN NIGERIA
By Albert Akpor
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan says he is determined to improve security in the country with a new administration that takes power with Sunday's inauguration.
Security was a driving issue in the presidential campaign following bomb blasts by militants from the oil-rich Niger Delta and attacks on police by members of an extremist Islamic group in the…
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It has been a tradition in Imo state for outgoing Governors to burn down the government house after the expiration of their tenure.
I want to advice the Governor Elect Rochas Owelle to be careful and make sure that such a thing will not happen.
It will be a thing of joy if the Government house Owerri is not burned down before the inauguaration. Atleast we will remember the Ikiri ( Ohakim ) for doing it well this time.
Okatta writes from Dispora.
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This article is not intended to offend anyone personally but recent developments in the nation’s socio-political environment warrant comments and focus on the situation so readers of this medium can be fully apprised of developments around them.
When I opened the pages of the newspapers recently and read that the PDP, which had been ruling since 1999 had come up with a list of 270 nominees for Ministerial and other positions for the new (?) incoming government of Goodluck…Continue
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I have reasons to believe that the Northern elite, espcially the traditional rulers (Emirs) are tacitly behind all the religious and secterian violence in the North. They have not done much to stop their subjects from killing Christians and burning their churches. They rather see is as victory of Islam over Christianity. That is why I do not take their condenmination of every ritious act seriously. They should be held responsible for failing in their duty to stop violence at the…Continue
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