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Okorocha and the fate of Imo APC in 2019 - Dr. Pedus C. Eweama

Okorocha and the fate of Imo APC in 2019 – Dr. Pedus C. Eweama

There is an evolving notion that Imo State politics is unpredictable politics. As unpredictable as Imo State political terrain has become over the recent years, the landscape is shaping to be more subsumed by uncertainties in the coming years as the majority of Imo people publicly express their disdain for stifling hardship across all population...
Okorocha calms the creeks - By: Onwuasoanya FCC Jones

Okorocha calms the creeks – By: Onwuasoanya FCC Jones

Imo governor, Rochas Okorocha has taken what qualifies as a politically audacious step in ensuring that the militia boys in the Niger-Delta are called off the oil rich creeks and made to embrace peace by submitting their arms to designated authorities and committing to peace initiatives of the government. By this step, the government in...
Okorocha’s Bulldozers And Iheanacho’s Tears – By Onwuasoanya FCC Jones

Okorocha’s Bulldozers And Iheanacho’s Tears – By Onwuasoanya FCC Jones

One of the things Governor Rochas Okorocha has scored very high marks in, is the demystification of certain individuals in the State who were hitherto untouchable or made it look like they were. The irony in this is that these individuals who are being steadily dealt with by the Ogboko born politician are the same...
Open Letter to Chief Athan Achonu and his Godfather - By Prof.Nnamdi Obiaraeri

Open Letter to Chief Athan Achonu and his Godfather – By Prof.Nnamdi Obiaraeri

Dear Athan! You lied that you are for the masses when you are a godfather trying to become a monster (eze onyeagwalam). Your action of disconnecting with the masses within your ill-fated six months sojourn in the Senate bears eloquent testimony to your dictatorial tendencies. Within this same period, you showed clear signs that you...
EJIOGU :How far can his Guber dream fly?  - BY CHIDIEBUBE OKEOMA

EJIOGU :How far can his Guber dream fly? – BY CHIDIEBUBE OKEOMA

For non politicians, 2019 is a far one and issues and activities reserved for the year should not be talked about any time soon. But to a politician, a typical Nigerian one for that matter, the end of one election is the beginning of an another one which comes up in a four year time....
Witches and the graveyard at FMC, Owerri. - Onwuasoanya FCC Jones.

Witches and the graveyard at FMC, Owerri. – Onwuasoanya FCC Jones.

The Federal Medical Center, Owerri has been in the news for sometime now, and for the wrong reasons, too. The army of immensely corrupt personnel at that health center has refused to let the hospital operate freely, as they are hell bent on having their selfish way without minding how that affects the ordinary people...
Between Ikedi Ohakim and Rochas Okorocha: The lion and jewel of the eastern heartland . - By Joseph Emenyonu

Between Ikedi Ohakim and Rochas Okorocha: The lion and jewel of the eastern heartland . – By Joseph Emenyonu

For some time now, there has been a sudden cataclysm of damage repair and turn-around-maintenance around the persona of the immediate past governor of Imo State, Chief Godson Ikedi Ohakim, with many Imolites hailing him as a ‘Misunderstood Patriot’ and an ‘Unsung Hero’. While this may be true to an extent, the basis for such...
Who will Rescue the Rescuer? - Kissinger Ikeokwu

Who will Rescue the Rescuer? – Kissinger Ikeokwu

Since my last article “Imo empty Treasury: How did we get here” went viral, I am happy at the responses that have followed it. I am more particularly happy that against the usual practice by overzealous government defenders, no one has dared challenge my deduction that the failure of Imo State government to pay salaries...
IMO STATE: Except the unexpected - Obinna Zebulon

IMO STATE: Except the unexpected – Obinna Zebulon

May 29, 2015 has come and gone and Imo State and all her indigenes (except for those that passed on during the period) are still here. For those that are in business, it is a breath of fresh air while for those in white and blue collar jobs it portends direction and lastly for debtors,...
Ka Rochas Okorocha puo  (Pt 3) - Kenneth Uwadi

Ka Rochas Okorocha puo (Pt 3) – Kenneth Uwadi

Last time I talked about Ibe one of the 10,000 Imo graduates that governor Rochas Okorocha sacked who now sells recharge cards in Owerri. Ibe was looking very hungry and haggard when I saw him. He was clearly traumatized by the impossible condition in which he struggles to exist each day. He appeared so elated...
OP-ED- The catholic church and Imo Politics:  calling a spade a spade. - Onwuasoanya FCC Jones

OP-ED- The catholic church and Imo Politics: calling a spade a spade. – Onwuasoanya FCC Jones

There are many reasons why I have had to be careful in trying to comment on the recent face-off between the Catholic Church and Governor Rochas Okorocha. The foremost among these reasons is the fact that I am a devout Catholic, who believes that the Church is not a mere edifice, but the Body of...
OP-ED:  Today, I wept for Christ - Ike C. Ibe

OP-ED: Today, I wept for Christ – Ike C. Ibe

All day I have tried to muster the Christain faith and courage to describe the event that happened today at the Odenigbo pavilion of the Assumpta cathedral Owerri. Never in my lifetime have I witnessed such a brazen episcopal desecration. At a forum organized by the Catholic Church for the IMO state governorship candidates and...
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