It was a tragic day recently in Enugu State as two brothers, Ekene and Chiebolam Eze, whose mother is a widow, attacked and beat a top government staff who works in the Health Department to death following the man’s bedroom game with their mother.
After the man ‘finished’ with their mum and was going home, the boys ambushed him, using sticks and matchetes on him until he was in an unconscious state. Continue reading →
In preparation for his 2015 massive campaign, former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar gives out shoes to the shoe-less.
Reasons behind his motive cannot to be totally ascertained as at the time of this post, but it is believed that he, Mr Atiku is trying to give back to Nigerians what the incumbent president deceitfully took away during his campaign.
But the questions on the lips of so many still remains, should Atiku provide shoes for the shoe-less, will the shoes cater for more 100 million people? Since it is believed that 85% of Nigerians live below $1 (N150.00) per day.
The political routine in Nigeria still remains on the table of ‘give-and-take’ i.e. if he gives shoes to the shoe-less and they vote him into power, you can be sure he would take back the shows 2-weeks after his swearing-in.
Alhaji Atiku, please be careful what you wish you wish for.
Former President, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo
Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, Saturday, said Nigeria lacks good leadership to administer her enormous potentials.
Obasanjo, who identified lack of quality leadership, among other factors, as major hindrances to development in Nigeria as well as other African countries, lamented the lack of leadership that could harness the resources to the point of noticeable development.
The former president spoke in Abeokuta during the final of Africa Region Inter-collegiate Debate on Human Security Africa, organised by Centre for Human Security (CHS), an arm of the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library.
The occasion featured universities and secondary school students from Nigeria and other African countries who participated in a debate as part of the activities marking Obasanjo’s 76th birthday. Continue reading →
According to The Commissioner for Education in Kaduna State, Alhaji Usman Mohammed, on Thursday, about 1,300 teachers selected from across the state failed in tests generally set for primary four pupils. Further reports revealed that Mohammed, who made the shocking revelation said that out of the total 1,599 teachers selected, only one of them scored 75 percent, 250 scored between 50 to 75 percent and 1,300 scored below 25 percent.