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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

15 Benefits Of Hydrogen-Rich Alkaline Water

image-1The type of water you drink on daily basis determines to a large extent your total well being. When you drink acidic water all the time, your body fluid will be filled with acidic contents and your guess is as good as mine.

Even fish farmers and sellers understand that if they give acidic water to their fish they will die off in a short time, and that is why they only give their fish neutral water (pH 7) or alkaline water.

25 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is one of the few foods that can be classified as a “superfood.”

Coconut oil is a heart-healthy food that can help keep your body running smoothly and efficiently in a number of ways. The oil contains a combination of fatty acids, medium chain fatty acids (MCFAs), which contain antioxidant properties and help in the absorption of other minerals, according to

Coconut Oil Cures Cancer

This Is A True Story

In 1998, I was running a computer company in New York. I also had an Internet company in the Philippines and was in charge of a very exciting Internet trade show in Asia (Internet World).  I was very busy and enjoying work but always made sure I got my yearly executive check up, including my yearly mammogram.

In February of 1998 1 got a clean bill of health. A few months later I began feeling a strange sensation in my breast late October it developed into a sharp pain. I went to the doctor and was immediately referred to an oncologist for testing. I was told I had a very aggressive form of breast cancer and needed surgery immediately. This came as a shock to me. I began to wonder why? There was no history of cancer in my family. Was it the toxic waste in New Jersey where I had lived for the past ten years? Was I stressed at work and did not know it? I thought there had to be a reason why people get cancer. Before going through with a mastectomy I wanted a second opinion.

Julie Figueroa – Maryland, Ohio

CAN Chairman, Archbishop Avwomakpa Warns Nigeria Leaders Against Lies, Killings

Worried by the continuous killing of innocent persons by Herdsmen, the Boko Haram agenda followed by the huge lies and hate speeches that are being promoted within Nigeria and the international media, Archbishop Goddowell Avwomakpa Chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria, South South zone who is also the President of Niger Delta Bishops Forum yesterday in Warri, Delta State stated that though prayers are being offered in Nigeria by different clerics and believers, God is angry with those leaders who are paid to tell lies in the land as well as those who are killing God’s people across Nigeria under the guise of crisis when in actual fact,they are pursuing an agenda.

We have read the press statement by former President Olusegun Obasanjo on the State of the Nation

We have read the press statement by former President Olusegun Obasanjo on the State of the Nation.
For the record, Chief Obasanjo is a patriot, and he has proven this time and time again. We appreciate what he said concerning the Administration’s performance in two out of the three key issues that formed the plank of its campaign: Fighting corruption and tackling insurgency. Specifically, the former President said President Buhari must be given credit for his achievement so far in these two areas. We thank him for this.


Former President Obasanjo special press statement, entitled

 “Since we are still in the month of January, it is appropriate to wish all Nigerians Happy 2018.  I am constrained to issue this special statement at this time considering the situation of the country.


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