Thursday, 2 October 2014

Open Letter: Case Against Sen. Ike Ekweremadu (Alias Osita Anih)

Senator Ike Ekweremadu

His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck E. Jonathan, GCFR, 
President and Commander-in-Chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,
Presidential Villa,
Asokoro, Abuja.
Dear Mr. President,
A Case against Sen. Ike Ekweremadu (alias Osita Anih)—An Open Letter to President Goodluck Jonathan

Article: X-Raying The Motives Of Overnight Artiste-Politicians In Nigeria

A Gathering Of Nigerian Politicians

By Theophilus Ilevbare

Just when we were coming to terms with the precipitousforay to the political scene of some entertainers like Gongo Aso crooner, Abolore Akande popularly known as 9ice, gospel singer, Kenny Saint Best and actor, Desmond Elliot, all of whom have in recent time declared their political ambition and aligned themselves with political parties, Tony Tetuila(reals names, Anthony Olarenwaju) has quickly joined the burgeoning list of Nigerian artistes vying for elective positions in next year’s general election. Even if the joke sounds too expensive and only himself believes it, popular stand-up comedian, Julius Agwu, thinks he can become the next governor of Rivers state. The list of intending artiste-politicians keeps growing as the bandwagon syndrome catches up with more of them. Before the end of the year, more artistes will throw their hat in the ring.

News Release: Customer Due Diligence Forum To Target Standardised Solutions For Africa

To develop Africa-specific and standardized solutions to challenges in the financial services sector and the area of corporate governance, the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) will hold its first-ever Customer Due Diligence and Corporate Governance Forum in Dakar this October.

News Release: At 54, Nigeria Remains A Failed State

The leadership of International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law wishes to observe that the Federation of Nigeria has remained a failed State 54 years after her independence from clutches of colonialism that commenced in 1861 with the infamous signing of the treaty of cession between then Oba Desomu of Lagos and the representatives of the then British Crown. Coincidentally, year 2014 also marks one hundred years or centenary anniversary of the British formal colonial incursion into Nigeria with the amalgamation of the country in 1914.