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Showing posts from November 11, 2018


Hon. Federal Commissioner, Public Complaints Commission, Anambra State, Prince Samben Nwosu (KSC), finally resolved the protracted Agbo Edo Motor Spare Parts Association crises. As at t that the prolonged crises that has scuttled the election of Agbo Edo Motor Spare Parts Association, has been resolved amicably by the Hon. Federal Commissioner. The intervention of the ombudsman came following a letter of complaint from Ogbuehi Alphonsus Ohazulike, Chairman Board of Trustees and the Patrons of Agbo-Edo Motor Spare Parts Dealers Association, Nnewi. Ogbuehi Ohazulike, on the letter dated 31st October, 2018, told the commission to intervene on the matter because, according to him, it has crippled the process of electing executive officers into the market Association. It was gathered that the commission convened a case conference on the matter at the head office of the Public Complaints Commission, Awka, Anambra State, on Wednesday, 14th November, with representatives of the wari

Gunshots, Teargas In Anambra Assembly As Lawmaker Feared Dead, Others Scamper For Safety

The Anambra State House of Assembly Complex was Thursday barricaded by security agents armed to the teeth to forestall breakdown of law and order. The security agents shot sporadically into the air to scare journalists away from covering the drama that erupted at the state assembly comlplex which left the lawmaker representing Onitsha-South 2 Constituency unconscious over severity in breath due to tear-gas fired by the police officers manning the assembly complex. She was helped into the assembly complex by two security agents where she was attended to. The heavy presence of security agents at the assembly complex was to forestall security breaches following the emergence of two parallel speakers for the state assembly. This was due to an impeachment move on the former Speaker Rita Maduagwu which produced Ikem Uzoezie the member representing Aguata 2 state constituency as the new Speaker of the 6th assembly. As at the time of filing this report, securi

Igbo leaders endorse Atiku/Obi for 2019 presidency

Igbo leaders comprising elders, traditional and religious leaders as well as women groups, today endorsed the joint presidential ticket of Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and Mr. Peter Obi. In a five-point communique issued at the end of the summit with the theme “Ndigbo 2019 and Beyond” held in Enugu, the Igbo leaders said that the decision was based on the restructuring agenda put on the table by Atiku/Obi, which four zones of the country had agreed on. The communique read by a legal luminary, Olisa Agbakoba, SAN said: “The Igbo people of Nigeria held a 1 day non-partisan and inclusive Summit convened by Elders, Traditional and Religious leaders on Wednesday 14thNovember 2018 to consider Ndigbo’s place in the polity especially in light of the forthcoming 2019 elections. “The summit deliberated on the State of Ndigbo in Nigeria today especially after years of exclusion from the center.  This country has never been so divided as it is today.  We Igbos have always yearned for a level playing

Obi calls on stakeholders to ask questions about governance.

The former Governor of Anambra State and the Vice Presidential candidate of the PDP has described as sad, the continued reverse movement of Nigeria from better to worse rather than the other way round. Obi made this observations yesterday at the inauguration of Prof. Chike Obi Lecture Series by the Alumni of University of Nigeria, Onitsha branch. Regretting  that Nigeria has failed to achieve her potentials  within the dreams of her nationalists, including the likes of Prof. Chike Obi, Obi said that the coming general election was yet another opportunity for the people of the country to vote in those with proven records in resource and human management. Reflecting on what he called the "misplacement of values", Obi said it was sad that Nigeria had over the years bred people without respect for education and professionalism. He recalled how, when he travelled to Kenya, people he met were excited that he was coming from the county of the likes of Prof. Chinua Achebe, Prof. Wo

Tony Ezenna’s Mansion Competing On Tinubu’s Bourdillon Road in Ikoyi Lagos

The modest home of APC National Leader, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is certainly the most known on Bourdillon Road in Ikoyi, Lagos. Now a new mansion on the road will henceforth be competing for attention. The house is owned by Sir Tony Ezenna, the 61 year-old chairman of Orange Drugs Limited, a pharmaceutical company in Lagos. Tony did the house warming at the weekend and opened the even more luxurious interior for his guests to rejoice with him. Many politicians were there: Minister of Labour Chris Ngige, senators Andy Ubah, Dino Melaye, Hope Uzodinma, and many others. The pictures of the house have been trending in the social media ever  since