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Abia Project 2023: As Lt. Gen. Ihejirika (Rtd), Maj. Gen Ijioma (Rtd), others file out   By Chukwuma ShaFT AMaram (Polemics).

Abia State is witnessing important political developments as the political train of 2023 continues its constant acceleration. The political stage currently is getting more robust and gradually hotter with the appearance on the political scene of professional politicians as well as the equally critical entrance of eminent personalities of the …

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2023: Now that Tinubu will run… (1) By Bola Bolawole

turnpot@gmail.com 0807 552 5533 Wednesday, January 12, 2022 The masquerade came out in the open on Monday when the governor emeritus of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, confirmed his much-rumoured interest in the 2023 presidential election. Putting aside the hide-and-seek game he had played on the issue, Tinubu announced …

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Isuikwuato Factor In Abia State Politics: Logical Reflections On Abia Charter Of Equity By Chukwuma ShaFT AMaram (Polemics)

In Abia State, as in other states in Nigeria, the political altitudes and latitudes currently are in ascent in varying degrees, typical of feverish or frenzied atmospheres characteristic of elections timetables and preparations. Political barometers are changing shapes frequently with increased, heightened daily and weekly activities, as political actors and …

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Celebrating Professor Afam Icha-Ituma, VC, Coal City University Enugu- A Dynamic Leader at 47 By Maxim Uzoatu & Collins Azu

  Professor Afam Icha-Ituma, Vice-Chancellor of Coal City University, Enugu, Nigeria, turned 47 years on Wednesday, January 5, 2022. He is the second Vice-Chancellor of one of the fastest rising and globally focused universities in the country. Professor Afam Icha-Ituma ranks amongst the youngest Vice-Chancellors in Nigeria. He was born …

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PMB and the futurologists   By FEMI ADESINA

It’s the beginning of a year, and it’s that time you hear all sorts from futurists, prospectivists, and foresight practitioners. The Good Book tells us of the 5-fold Ministries of Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors, and Teachers. These are offices into which God has called some people, to lead, guide and …

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2022 and Judgement Day By Lasisi Olagunju

Monday, 3 January, 2022) We’ve all walked gingerly into the uncharted dawn of 2022 hoping to make some sense of its covetous threats. Jonathan Swift, 18th century satirist and author, wrote of ‘The Day of Judgement’ when “the graves give up their dead” and “thunder roars and lightning flies” and …

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