Category: Opinion

Ikpeazu: Commitment to Performance through Vanguard Award

By John Okiyi Kalu* While campaigning at Boys Technical College (BTC), Aba, in December 2014, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu promised the enthusiastic crowd of Aba residents that he...

Alex Otti: Between Facebook Governance and Schizophrenia (Opinion)•

By Iheanyi Ogbonnaya• Those who know the defeated 2015 All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) governorship candidate in Abia State, Dr Alex Otti, should extend help to...

$1billion Fund: Politicising Security

If there is one fundamental reason why Nigeria has not been able to overcome the war against insurgency, it is because we politicise everything, including security. When...

Ukwa- Ngwa and the Hypocrisy of Gratitude (Part 1)

*BY PRINCE CLINTON UBA* From the air, the spectacle that confronts a first time visitor is a lush green rain forest vegetation and vast arable farmland. Further down...

A Glimmer of Hope in Governance

By C. Don Adinuba• Since the relationship school, closely associated with Peter Drucker, made a robust comeback in the 1990s among leadership and management...

The Security Vote Not for You, Mr Governor!

By Adeolu OYEBODE• One of the conduit pipes for State governors and some local government chairmen is the popular “Security Vote” which is appropriated at...

Bringing Advanced Computational Technology to Education

Lucia Valente, Founder and CEO, Computational ClassNotes in this interview with Dara, CCN’s Chief Architect throws more light on advanced computational...

We Need More Officers

By Adeolu Oyebode• It is not news that Nigeria, which prides herself as the giant of Africa based on her, acclaimed population of 160million people from over 250...

Re: Ikpeazu’s Low Performance and Quest for Re-election

•By John Okiyi-Kalu• I am excited that the two publications owned by former Governor of Abia State, Chief Orji Uzor Kalu, made Abia State the subject of their...

Importance of Cloud Technology to CCN Educational Solution

Lucia Valente, Founder and CEO of Computational ClassNotes in this interview with the Director and Chief Technology Officer of CCN, Mr. Wayne Allen, explains the...

Advanced Computational Cloud Technology in Education…The Success Story

By Lucia Valente• Computational ClassNotes (CCN) began as an outcome of successful projects in both the financial services and education sectors.  In education, the...

Advanced Computational Cloud Technology in Education

By Lucia Valente• Recently I returned from two weeks visit to Nigeria, meeting with educators in several cities around the country. In a series of blogs on the CCN web...

Do Igbo Have a King? (OPINION)

By Fredrick Nwabufo• It is a quotidian belief that ‘Igbo enwero eze’ – the Igbo have no king. But this belief may not be entirely accurate. I often...

Awka Sways from a Memorable ‘Flutter in the Woods’

By James Eze• The swinging smith city of Awka is still swaying from the afterglow of dazzling poetry and songs aptly tagged “A Flutter in the Woods” which left the...

Goodbye, Nigeria’s Mandela!

James Eze• I guess I am the only one in this, but there is something about Dr Alex Ekwueme that reminds me of Nelson Mandela. Something faint and distant. Like an...

The Bond Between Obiano and Ekwueme

By James Eze• Anambra is one of the few states in Nigeria that are blessed with many distinguished statesmen and women. A little over five years ago, the Ezigbo...

Nigeria and the Leadership Problem

By Val Obienyem• We landed at London Gatwick Airport this morning. After we entered the taxi at the Car Park, my boss, Mr. Peter Obi, though he had the choice of...

Dickson’s Govt. at Six: Placing Bayelsa on Global Map of Development

By Michael Afenfia• The Inter-ministerial/agency briefing organised by the Hon. Daniel Iworiso-Markson led Ministry of Information and Orientation started off at the...

Legislative Oversight, Power Ministry and Fashola-phobia

By Bolaji Akanni• Things seem to be looking up and brighter this year in the often-stormy relationship between the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and...

Rash of Paranoia against Peter Obi (OPINION)

By Valentine Obienyem• One way or the other, many of us were involved in the recent gubernatorial elections in Anambra State. Since that exercise in November 2017,...