​IMO: Why Okorocha was caged

A coalition of strong men and women from Imo State has lately forced Governor Rochas Okorocha to the ground largely making him irrelevant in today’s state congress of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC. Did the governor overreach himself with his ambitious plot to foist his son-in-law as his repl
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​What happened to Akpabio?

Not too long ago he bestrode the polity with an uncommon gait and was almost always in the forefront of many of the political machinations across the land. If he did not have a major role in setting up the political scheme, he inevitably almost always had a role in neutralising such a scheme. By [
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My Big Fat Nigerian Wedding

I sighed deeply and flopped unto my couch and threw a throw pillow over my head as scenes from the Hollywood movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” flashed through my mind. I had just gotten off the phone with my fiancée and for the third time this week, she tried to calm me down after […]
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​Saraki vs IGP Idris: Presidency keeps mum

ABUJA – THE Presidency Wednesday, kept sealed lips on the allegation by the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, that the Federal Government was planning to use thugs to implicate him. The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Chief Femi Adesina when contacted to react to the allegation s
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Summer Bod All Summer Long

T’is summer! T’is the season to lounge in the sun on foreign soil and show off your hard earned summer body. If you’re a millennial or if you’re big on vacations then I take it that you are already ready with your summer bod and passport! We are all well familiar with the drill: working […]
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​Court invasion: Rivers Assembly to write UN

PORT HARCOURT – RIVERS State House of Assembly, Monday resolved to alert the United Nations, UN, on May 11, 2018 youths invasion of that state High Court in Port Harcourt as divisions in the Rivers All Progressives Congress, APC, escalate. The Rivers legislature, at an emergency session, yesterday, also
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