L.Chinedu Arizona-Ogwu

Arizona-Ogwu writes from Oyigbo, Rivers State, Nigeria.

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Everywhere you look inside Nigeria, violence seems to be gaining currency. We see the common theme of provocation leading to violence, pain, death, destruction, disrespect for law and order, collective punishment and disgrace…

At the age of twelve, Achebe moved away from his family to the village of Nekede, four kilometres from  Owerri. He enrolled as a student at the Central School, where his older brother John taught. In Nekede,  Achebe gained an appreciation for Mbari, a traditional art form…

The three counterparts that make up an economy, the companies, the consumers, and the government, are all contributing to a deteriorating economic situation. Through their actions, all three are complementing each other and leading the country into a recession…

Good governance means  fighting corruption, protection of lives and property, attendance to the rule of law and voice, fiscal accountability, political stability, absence of violence, government effectiveness, and regulatory quality…

Keeping in mind that the increasingly well-informed public will only vote for parties that truly defend their interests, we hope that political parties, be they old or brand new, only strive for the interests of the people through democratic means…