Thursday, 24 September 2015

Article: Imo State Ganja Weed Government

Governor Okorocha of Imo State

By Kenneth Uwadi

Two months ago the mass of Imo poor and oppressed working people, including pensioners trooped out in thousands to emphatically reject the nonpayment of salaries and pension in the state via street protests and other forms of demonstrations. Governor Okorocha could not pay pension and salaries because he plunged Imo state into total indebtedness and financial crisis through implementation of policies that diverted public funds to private pockets of rich few in the state and beyond. The so-called china road projects that he even managed to embarked upon when he came into power in 2011, aside being inflated are today abandoned and uncompleted. Worse still all infrastructures in the 27 LGA of the state are in deplorable conditions due to his conscious refusal to allow election at the local government areas in the state.

News Release: The Federal Republic Of Nigeria Vs. The Politicians & The Judges

Our attention has been drawn to recent legal skirmishes in Nigeria, regarding the Office of the Attorney-General versus a high-ranking Public Official in Nigeria.  While we are not adjudging any accused persons as guilty or innocent, until the matter is fully adjudicated; however, It is time to address the evolving “judicial lunacy” in Nigerian, where Nigerians of means, from Politicians, to Bankers, to Businessmen/women, to Drug Dealers, to Kidnappers, all attempt to buy themselves justice, by “forum shopping”, to procure court injunctions, to stop legitimate prosecutions on charges against them.

Article: Comrade Chima Ubani May Have Died In Vain


By Comrade Aloysius Attah

I0 years after the death of Comrade Chima Ubani, the former Executive Director of The Civil Liberties Organization (CLO)  Nigeria, the ideals he stood for and the struggles he died for still stares us in the face.

News Release: Nigeria Tax Crack Down, An Imperative For Companies To Adopt Automated Business Solutions

(Due to growing regulatory complexity, organisations need to realise that spreadsheets and other manual methods are no longer sufficient to meet their needs to comply)

Article: Time To Impeach Bukola Saraki


By SKC Ogbonnia

The election of Muhammadu Buhari on March 28, 2015 came with much hope. The euphoria continued to breeze until June 9, 2015.

News Release: Warning From Afenifere On Chief Falae’s Abduction


Afenifere is compelled to issue this strong warning on the abduction of one of our leaders, Chief Olu Falae by Fulani herdsmen for over 24 hours now.