Chief Press Secretary to the Governor gives insight to why the PDP may make a clean sweep of the 29 February 2020 LG elections in Enugu State.
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Enugu: The case for urban reclamation
Uchenna Nwatu outlines the benefits of the current drive to make Enugu a livable and economically viable city, through strict adherence to town planning laws
Daybreak in Udi – 2
Dr. Okey Ikechukwu sees aku luo uno as the lodestar for development of Ala Igbo and holds up an example with Amokwe Udi in Enugu State
Aku luo uno, abroad!
Anago argues that Aku luo Uno must mean creating jobs and building institutions for those striving to survive in Igboland.
Tell TY we've been sleeping soundly
Tony Onyima has a message for TY on how Nigeria has been managing their sleep si ce 1oyy
Lagos to Onitsha with ease
A professional media veteran with a keen eye on details documents 60 security stops on a five hour journey from Lagos to Asaba Bridge Head.
Enugu Forest Guards and the Shape of Things to Come
Laurence Ani delves deep to x-ray Ugwuanyi’s deft moves to deal with recent upsurge of insecurity in Enugu State
Sonala on Buhari’s US Visit
Culled from The Guardian NIGERIA’s President Muhammadu Buhari began his mission of change in earnest last week by appointing new chiefs for the security services. It was not the appointments in themselves that were significant, but this statement he made to them: “All of you…were chosen on merit. Your records gave you the job. Save […]
Ochuko:The labours of power sector workers
The Guardian Tuesday, 14 August 2012 00:00 By Kendo Ochuko Opinion – Columnists AS one who has worked in the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), I decided to weigh in with this contribution to help the general public understand the genesis of the conflict between the government of Nigeria and the leadership of industrial […]
NUEE Leadership Can’t See Beyond Their Noses
(From the Office of the Minister of Power, Abuja, Nigeria, 5 April 2012) The Hon. Minister of Power, Prof. Bart Nnaji, had before now publicly acknowledged the technical abilities of Engr. Uzoma Achinanya and Engr. Akinwumi Bada, the two officers that were asked to proceed on retirement. He would have wished that Joe Ajaero, the […]