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May her soul rest in peace. May God grant her husband, Chief Edwin Igbokwe and her 4 sons the fortitude to manage this irreparable loss…

Nze will not fit into your bill of a typical Nigerian politician; his philosophy of politics without bitterness was modelled after the late Waziri Ibrahim of GNPP. He never saw politics as a ‘do or die’ affair, believing strongly in his catholic faith that only the will of God will prevail at all times…

Mr. Yinka Akerele was born into a politically conscious family and learnt the trade quite early as a child.  He ventured into full time politics in 1999 when he showed interest in the chairmanship position of the Ifako- Ijaye Local government in Lagos…

Last Friday, May 28, was the 15th anniversary of the death of my father, Christopher Chidebe Ndibe, a man who was C.C. to his friends and, simply, C. to his wife. For me it’s somewhat hard to believe that so many years have rolled by since the passing of the most morally well-funded man I have ever known…

Stanley Macebuh may have projected his liberal fantasies in most of his journalism, but there was no obfuscatory logorrhea and gobbedy-gook weasel verbiage that may dethrone reason. He was the apostle of lucidity and a purifier of public intellection…

Michael Jackson was brilliant, beloved and enormously talented. He was ironically the title of his music albums; He was a thriller, he was Bad, he was Off the Wall, Dangerous to himself, he was electrifying, he was weird and deeply flawed!