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Nigeria: More Troubles Ahead

The agitation for restructuring is taking a new dimension with some groups singing the songs of violence

Pa Oghenevware Samuel, 104, worked with the colonial masters. In his account: he did not only see the colonial masters, he saw the years of the struggle for independence by the nationalists and the celebration of the First Republic. He witnessed the years of locusts rule by the men in uniform, and the civil war that was followed by coups and prolong military rule until this democracy hit us on the face.

By Ovie Edomi

GULF OF GUINEA: CAPACITY BUILDING, SECTORIAL REFORM WILL ENHANCE MARITIME SECURITY – Dakuku

The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) Dr. Dakuku Peterside yesterday stated that capacity building initiatives and sectorial reforms are critical elements that can address maritime security issues in the Gulf of Guinea.

By Ovie Edomi

CAN South-South Commends Southern Governors for their Resolutions on Restructuring

At a meeting of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, South South zone in Warri, which was attended by selected leaders of CAN, the apex Christian association in the zone through its Chairman, Archbishop God-Dowell Avwomakpa, commended the Southern Governors  for coming together again in Lagos after twelve years of their last meeting to discuss and forge stronger ties among people of the Southern Nigeria spread across three geo-political zones.
By Ovie Edomi

President, League of Maritime Editors Commends NPA for terminating Intels Contract

The President of League of Maritime Editors who is also the Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of South South international magazine and south-south online as well as the Publicity secretary of association of Communications scholars and professionals of Nigeria, Ovie Edomi, yesterday in Lagos commended the  Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA for terminating its pilotage contract with Intels Nigeria Limited, INL .

Time to fully Utilise our Maritime Potentials

The Director General of NIMASA, says Nigeria will be a leading light in the comity of maritime nations if the citizens ultimately use the nation’s maritime potentials

By Ovie Edomi

Intels’ Years of Monopoly Ends

The cold war between Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA and Intels Nigeria Limited, INL has led to the termination of NPA’s Pilotage Agency contract with  Intels by the federal government.

By Ovie Edomi

NUJ Begins Training of Journalists

At a training session for journalists and blog owners today at the media training centre  Ogba, Lagos, the newly elected NUJ Chairman Lagos Council, Dr. Quassim Akinreti, while addressing participants at the one day training tagged ” minimizing social media tools” enumerated the importance and impacts of social platforms as well as how they can serve as veritable tools  for  the practice of journalism in the 21st century.

By Ovie Edomi

Another Financial Alternative

Manifesting the Real Power of God

In the face of accusation that the end-time church is not doing much to demonstrate God’s power, Focus Light International Church, Egbeda, Lagos at a deliverance service proved to doubting thomases that God is still in the business of showing forth signs and wonders

By Ovie Edomi 

Yet Another Damning Finding

Latest findings reveal how NATCOM Development Investment Limited, the company that bought over former NITEL, auctioned  telecommunications scraps  to  Goqees Nigeria Limited which in turn collaborated with another company to hide under the auction sales to vandalise underground cables in Lagos thus putting the investment/assets  of another Telecomm firm under risk

By Ovie Edomi