It is breathtaking to watch the politics of Anambra, the shining star of the East. The other day, IGP Onovo invited the army of governorship aspirants and made them sign an undertaking to be of good behaviour in the election that will take place this weekend, 6 February 2009. Of all Igbo states, Anambra has […]
This morning, I watched a little bit of the IGR (internally generated revenue) roundtable shown by AIT. Key speakers included Governors Fashola (Lagos), Oshiomhole (Edo) and Imoke (Cross River). As usual, Gov. Oshiomhole was on the mark, arguing why it is important to “annoy” the wealthy with tax: to enable the majority enjoy the dividends […]
MTN NG told me a while ago that they will call my mobile number in the next 24 hours to tell me how I won one million naira and a free ticket to South Africa 2010 football fiesta. Folks, here is how it happened: At exactly 04.09 this morning, I woke up when my phone […]
My favorite preacher waxed eloquent today, with a story that had a sting in the tail. He was explaining the First Book of Kings (Ch.19 Vs.4-8) – the story of Prophet Elijah who gave up the struggle, and asked God to take his life. His thesis was that most people, when confronted with overwhelming problems, […]
My friend and brother, Ejike Okpa II brings a new, and I daresay irreverent perspective on the subject of Prof. Soludo’s legacy. From this message, am I to assume that Mr. Soludo is no longer Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria? If that is the case, who is? Mr. Soludo, was never a seasoned banker […]
Well done; Ogbuagu Anikwe wishes Prof Charles Chukwuma Soludo well in his future endeavours, after serving meritoriously as Governor of CBN
I wish to congratulate Good Fathers on this day, Fathers’ Day 2009, and to offer the following reflections on poor fatherhood.
Today is Valentine Day and “Happy Valentine Poor St Valentine” is second entry in the Wisdom of Fr Lazarus series.
Ogbuagu Anikwe did a double-take after reading the Senate assessment of el Rufai which he considers to be on the Mark (pun intended).
The history of Iraq that Ogbuagu posted earlier is not history as it should be; it’s an old tale but it may be new to some.