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PMB’s Remarks on ‘Restructuring’ And Matters Arising

PMB’s Remarks on ‘Restructuring’ And Matters Arising

By Jerome-Mario Utomi  From observations, there is no doubt that our leaders are experts in listening without being attentive to the masses; an attribute that has, in turn, made their relationship with the people civil but cold. A situation occasioned ...

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Race For 2019 And Youths Indifference

By Jerome-Mario Utomi.   As envisaged, the national political terrain has again become tensed up with a lot of intrigues that only the strong hearted will be able to wade through the minefield and come out successfully in the 2019 ...

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Avengers And The Circle Of Chaos  By Jerome-Mario Utomi

Avengers And The Circle Of Chaos   By Jerome-Mario Utomi

  The sudden threat to resume hostilities in the Niger Delta region by Niger Delta Avengers should be to all a reality to worry about. The reason is simple. if such outing which they promised will be brutal, brutish and ...

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Free Education in A’Ibom State … And the burden of governance By Saviour Ekpe

Free Education in A’Ibom State  … And the burden of governance  By Saviour Ekpe

The four letters word ‘free’ is a relative word because it means many things to many people, circumstance and events. However, according to Oxford Advance Learner’s dictionary New 8th Edition in the context of  this article, the word ‘free’ means ...

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Politics of Automatic Ticket and Nigerian Fledgling Democracy By Joe Etokudor

There is a correlation between responsible political representation and prosperity of the represented all over the world. Put succinctly, the development of a people in any modern day democratic governance is a function of how well the people’s elected representative ...

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Strengthening The Media For Just and Inclusive Societies By Patrick Albert

Strengthening The Media For Just and Inclusive Societies  By Patrick Albert

Today, we gladly join our colleagues, nay the entire global media community to mark the World Press Freedom Day as profoundly promoted by the United Nations (UN) through its agency, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).     In ...

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Merchants of Mischief By Joe Etokudor

They think they have it all – Money, Power, Guile, Charisma wits. And they even score high on the intelligent quotient scale. But it is always with a touch of evil, sly as a serpent, each fits the fiction writer’s ...

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Nigeria: From Barbarism to Degeneration? By Joe Etokudor

We, the Government and people of Nigeria should stop pretending that we have no serious problems affecting our corporate co-existence as a nation. I understand there are over 250 ethnic nationalities in Nigeria. This writer happens to come from a ...

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Crises in Journalism Practice By Joe Etokudor

Crises in Journalism Practice  By Joe Etokudor

The media have been known as one watch dog that is always in danger of becoming all dog and no watching. Left to do as it pleases and it will snooze off in some corner and foul up the air ...

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The Akwa Ibom State of My Dream By Joe Etokudor

The Akwa Ibom State of My Dream  By Joe Etokudor

Like Christmas which comes once in every year, the ritual of September 23, a day of the year, when Nigerians of the south- southern bloc roll out the drums in ecstasy over the advent of their socio-political identify as a ...

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