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1 Nigeria: A nation in crisis
In some ways there exist some similarities between the rise of gun violence in the United States and what presently obtains in Nigeria with regards to the rise of kidnappings, rampaging murderous herdsmen, etc.
2 Dr OKezie Ikpeazu: The irredeemable governor
With the Abia State Governor and judging from his job performance after his first four years in office, it is evidently obvious that ... after watching his first 100 days in his second term confidently say the man is beyond redemption.
3 Abia State and political reflections this Christmas
There is a popular saying that, 'you never learn anything from the second kick of a mule', which is to say no one who has once suffered the pain from the kick by a mule needs another kick to learn not to go near a mule a second time.
4 Is Atiku-Obi the antidote to Buhari?
It takes a Northerner to know what animates the Northern electorate, some will say. What if it will take a Fulani to take down a sitting President of Fulani origin running for re-election.
5 Alex Otti's message of hope to Abia citizens in Diaspora
As much as it will be difficult to fully enumerate all that Dr. Otti said to his audiences in both New York and Houston-Texas, it could simply be said that this is a man who is not running for Governor for the thrill of it....
6 The atrocious case of an Abia State governor
In the next couple of months, it will be 3 years since Dr Okezie Ikpeazu assumed office as Abia State Governor. In those two plus years we've regrettably watched the continued deterioration of the state in all facets of human, social, political and...
7 Job Wanted: An experienced fiscal manager for Abia State
When you consider the fact that this Governor, who cannot account for the Billions of Naira he has received over the past three years, is reportedly attempting to borrow 45 Billion Naira more, you begin to wonder if there is an underlying layer of fiscal...
8 The fallacy of gov ikpeazu's town hall meetings
Lest we forget, the Governor went to Rwanda to give a speech on E-Governance which to me is a joke considering the fact that most Abia ministries and state government operations are still operating on the analog and not digital age.
9 The rising scourge of sectionalism in Abia politics
It is very disheartening now in 2018, as we approach another election, to hear whispers of a resurgence of the ethnic or sectional discriminatory rhetoric by the same ethnic hustlers in their eternal quest to re-elect Dr Ikpeazu by casting Dr Otti once...
10 Dr. Uche Ogah and the political gamble of a spoiler in Abia State guber poll
When I read about Dr Uches Ogah's declaration of intention to run for the Governorship of Abia State in next year's election, I was more than disillusioned.

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