Tuesday, 30 November 2021

Photonews: Chidimma Ojukwu, Alleged Killer Of Super TV Boss, Ataga, Arrive Court To Continue Trial


Sunday, 28 November 2021

Photonews: "Elechi Beach"(Waterfront)In Port Harcourt Burned


Article: Minister(Of Transportation) Sir, Freight Forwarding In Nigeria Is Not Changing For Any Best

Amaechi; Minister of Transportation

By Chidi Anthony Opara, FIIM

(More importantly, does the Minister know that a stark illiterate (name withheld because of litigation) was one of the graduands he was addressing?)

The Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi was quoted by news media reports as saying that the freight forwarding subsector in Nigeria is changing for the best.

Saturday, 27 November 2021

U-Report: "Power Has Changed Hands In The Media Industry, Online Now King"—Isaac Umunna To Advertisers, CSR Chiefs And Company Image Makers

Isaac Umunna

Reported by a Citizen Reporter

Power has changed hands in the media industry and online – rather than print – is now the king. The online media, therefore, deserve to get a greater chunk of the advertising and publicity spend rather than the token presently being budgeted for the sub-sector.

Friday, 26 November 2021

News Release: PMS Scarcity Could Mean Price Hike, FENRAD Fears, Warns Federal Government And NNPC

Given the recent scarcity of premium motor spirit (PMS), commonly known as ''fuel" in Nigeria, Foundation for Environmental Rights Advocacy and Development, FENRAD, a pro-democracy, human and environmental rights advocacy group calls on the federal government and its Corporation, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC to desist, at least in the time being, from any act capable of causing increase in the price of the essential item (oil), including hoarding. 

Wednesday, 24 November 2021

Article: CRFFN And The Impending Misapplication Of "Minimum Qualification"

By Chidi Anthony Opara, FIIM

Principal officers of the Council For The Regulation Of Freight Forwarding In Nigeria (CRFFN) were again recently quoted by the news media as threatening to deregister freight forwarders without "minimum qualification" needed to practice the profession.

Wednesday, 17 November 2021

News Release: More Than US$25 Billion Worth Of Deals Kicked Off At African Energy Week In Cape Town

(With African Ministers and global executives engaging in transformative discussions at African Energy Week in Cape Town, significant deals and investment commitments were made that will fast-track Africa’s energy growth).

Sunday, 7 November 2021

News Release: "Over 250,000 Voters Disenfranchised In Anambra Governorship Poll By INEC And Its ICT Department"-Intersociety

(…50,000 more than 200,000 voters chased away by agitators and security forces through threats and violence)

(…not more than 110,000-120,000 ‘living votes’, out of over 2.5m registered voters to be scored by the winner)

Friday, 5 November 2021

News Release: Agitators’ Sit-at-Home Call-Off: All Eyes Now On Anambra Government & Drafted Soldiers And Police

The leaders of the Int’l Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law (Intersociety), the Southeast Zone of the Civil Liberties Organization (Southeast CLO) and the Southeast Based Coalition of Democracy and Human Rights Organizations (SBCHROs) have noted with mixed feelings the decision by Nigeria’s leading Self Determination Agitators led by Nnamdi Kanu to call off their “seven days sit-at-home” in the Southeast especially Anambra State, scheduled to commence on 5th November 2021. The called off “Seven Days Sit-at-Home’, its timing and threats of its mandatory compliance had raised dusts and outcries among Anambra citizens, Civil Society organizations including our Coalition and concerned others and threatened the credibly of the November 6 Governorship Election and its would-be outcome. It is therefore the stand of our Coalition that though the call-off of the ‘Sit-at-Home’ notice is a commendable reprieve or relief but huge harms and damages have been done, capable of tainting the popularity and credibility of the Poll.

Thursday, 4 November 2021

News Report: Obi Cubana Finally Released


Chief Obi Iyiegbu, also known as Obi Cubana have finally been released by the Economic And Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

Cubana who was pulled in by the Commission for questioning on money laundering and tax evasion on Monday was released today's(Thursday) evening.

Earlier report of his release was debunked by reliable sources in the Commission.

News Release: "The Leadership Of IPOB Ably Lead By Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Hereby And Immediately Call Off The One Week Sit At Home" Earlier Declared To Commence Tomorrow, November 5 To November 10, 2021"

"Following the genuine intervention of our elders, esteemed traditional Institutions /Rulers and Religious Leaders, and after a due consideration of the positive impacts of their engagement, and sequel to the fact that Our elders have spoken in our terms , the Leadership of IPOB ably lead by MAZI NNAMDI Kanu hereby and immediately CALL OFF THE ONE WEEK SIT AT HOME earlier declared to commence tomorrow, November 5 to November 10, 2021.