Saturday, 29 August 2015

News Release: Amaechi Plan To Bribe Abuja Judge With N200m

Amaechi


The Rivers Renaissance Forum wishes to intimate the Nigerian public, security agencies and the people of Rivers  State of the grand plan by Mr. Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi, the immediate former governor of Rivers to induce and procure a black market injunction from the Abuja High Court, sitting in Apo under Justice Valentine Ashi.

News Release: Ninety (90) Wasted Days Of The Buhari Administration; Nigeria Returns To The Cave (1)

President Buhari


Today marks ninety (90) days in office of President Muhammadu Buhari as the sixth civilian president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The Buhari administration was elected in March 2015, though controversially and divisively, under a constitutional democracy guided by the 1999 Constitution. Following this, the leadership of International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) has carried out a comprehensive assessment of the President’s ninety (90) days in office so as to predict the country’s future in the next four years under Buhari’s Presidency.

Friday, 28 August 2015

Article: Mr President, Soon There Would Be Another Bail Out For The Government

President Buhari


By Ogwazu Nnamdi

As a I child, I came in contact with bail out when a relative was held behind bars and my Dad making efforts to secure his release. In that case, it turned a point of reference as every demand on my dad met the response of having used what is left in the House to secure the release and so, we became used to same.

News Release: President Buhari Is Sending Wrong Signals That Nigeria Is An Occupied Territory

Buhari


An Abuja-based lawyer and founder of the Egalitarian Mission- an NGO established to champion the rights of the downtrodden has reacted to the recent announcement of federal appointments by President Muhammadu Buhari, accusing the president of treating the nation like occupied territory.

News Release: How Nigeria Police Personnel Aid & Abet Abuse Of Sirens & Covered Plate Numbers In Anambra



The attention of the leadership of International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) is drawn to a recent public warning issued by the Commissioner of Police,  Anambra State  Command, Mr. Hosea Karma over the reckless use of sirens and covered plate numbers by private citizens particularly politicians and business moguls of credible and banditry backgrounds. CP Hosea Karma had in the warning statement blamed members of the public as being solely responsible for the abuse and disclosed that he had ordered his officers to commence manhunts for their “defaulters”, and that any defaulter caught will be arrested and prosecuted. He also, by his statement exonerated his officers from any responsibility and culpability. The link below credited to a leading online newspaper ( Nigerian News Express) is the referenced public statement: (http://www.newsexpressngr.com/news/detail.php?news=14467&title=Police-warns-against-use-of-siren,-covering-of-plate-number-%E2%80%A2Begins-clampdown-on-defaulters-in-Anambra).

Thursday, 27 August 2015

Article: The Need to Review the Operational Guidelines Of Hajj



By Yusuf Abdullahi

In the name of Allah who states “..... and pilgrimage to the house is incumbent upon men for the sake of Allah, (upon) everyone who is able to undertake the journey to it; and whoever disbelieves, then surely Allah is self - sufficient, above any needs of the worlds" Q3:97

News Release: 500 Days In Captivity; In Solidarity For The Souls Of Our Girls

The Chibok girls


Women Arise for Change Initiative today remembers the sad incident of the night of April 14th, 2014, wherein 276 schoolgirls were abducted from their school dormitory in Chibok, Borno State by terrorist gang known as Boko Haram. This abduction, even as not the only in history, is symbolic and has particularly generated global reactions with singular demand for rescue of the victim girls.

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Article: Governor Rochas, Pay Us Our Salaries (Part 2)

Governor Rochas


By Kenneth Uwadi

Ralph Miliband a key twentieth century political thinker once said that the hottest place in hell will be reserved for those who sit on the fence in the face of great moral crisis. No one will want to go to the hottest place in hell, at least not me. As a Nigerian citizen I am worried about what is happening in Imo State. I am sad seeing how pensioners who had put into selfless service the most active part of their adult life, at the age of retirement, are made to pass through a living hell before they are able to get their deserved benefits.Why should political officials be paid stupendous salaries and allowances while workers and pensioners are being owed back log of poor salaries and pensions that are at most times, barely able to cater for their immediate needs. If we don’t join hands now to struggle with pensioners for improved welfare, the same treatment being meted out currently to the old will befall workers of today in their retirement age. Today Imo pensioners are owed 19 months salaries while civil servants are owed 4 months and 9 months .

Article: If Nigerians Must Exalt “Honourable” And “Distinguished”



By Ogwazu Nnamdi

Once upon a time came a select group of visitors to the animal kingdom and the euphoria went wide among the residents that none ever bothered to establish the background and orientation of the visitors. Though, the assumption within the kingdom is that these men/women appearing in free- flowing buba and Designers  suit must represent a breed sought after, and with the requisite skills that none ever tried to disparage them.

News Release: Kenya To Host The First Monitoring For Environment And Security In Africa Forum



(The Forum will examine how Earth Observation data through the MESA Project supports policy, planning and decision making at the national, regional and continental level in Africa)