Tuesday, 16 December 2014

U-Report: Why Labour Party Nigeria Is Considering Fmr. Gov. Alao-Akala As Candidate

Alao-Akala


Report By Elechi Jude

 The Labour party has said that there was nothing strange in Alao Akala clinching the gubernatorial ticket of Labour party in Oyo State.  This was contained in a statement issued by the National Secretary of the Party, Barrister Kayode Ajulo.

Article: Why Imo State Government Is Keeping Activist Samuelson Iwuoha In Jail

 Activist Samuelson Iwuoha


By Kenneth Uwadi

Wherever And whenever there is death, flesh also becomes visible; and if one observes closely too, some vultures must be lurking around the corner to feast on the flesh. Indeed, vultures are evil birds; if not how could one possibly explain away the fact that they are always available, and are at their best, nodding their ugly heads in sadistic happiness, only when the news is about death and the resultant availability of flesh? No sane human being deliberately fraternizes with them unless that person too is evil. But vultures are not the real focus of this write up; but much more seriously, this article is aimed at drawing out some striking similarities between the evil bird of prey, the vulture and the current evil men we have in Imo State that are holding the position of Governor of Imo and Speaker of Imo House of Assembly.

News Release: Weeding Out Ebola In Liberia



Thousands of smallholder farmers in Liberia are set to benefit from an innovative seed distribution initiative that seeks to combine food security and Ebola containment strategies in Liberia. 

Sunday, 14 December 2014

U-Report: “Why We Trek” – Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky

Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky


Report By Stephen Lawan             

At the grand Arba’een commemoration in Zaria on Saturday, Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, His Eminence Sheikh Ibraheem Yaqoub Zakzaky says, the Arab’een trek has historical antecedent and religious precedence in Islam.

Saturday, 13 December 2014

Artcle: From Rochas Okorocha To Emeka Ihedioha Is Jumping From Frying Pan Into Fire

Okorocha(L) and Ihedioha
By Kenneth Uwadi

The point should be noted that the Rochas Okorocha led government of Imo State does not deserve to stay a day longer in power, let alone stay till 2015, not with the 'miserable 20,000 naira a month' called salary he pays to some selected Imo youths who are placed as casuals. Casual work status is a crime against humanity.

News Release: Musiliu Obanikoro Should Accept Defeat

Musiliu Obanikoro


We have gathered here today to update Nigerians particularly Lagosians on the facts of the issues that have surrounded the conduct of the Governorship primary of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP in Lagos State on Monday and the aftermath of it particularly as it has to do with the conduct of one of the aspirants who participated in the election, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro.

Article: Asking The Right Questions, Making The Right Demands



By Jaye Gaskia

Now that the two main power grabbing contraptions [sorry PARTIES] have selected [PDP] and elected [APC] their Presidential candidates; it is time for us to begin to ask them serious questions and take them to task on their utterances.

News Release: Why Emeka Ihedioha Will Not Be Governor Of Imo State In 2015

Emeka Ihedioha


The Youths Against Human Rights Violation And Corrupt Practices ( YAHVCP )  wish to state it here that It is a fact that corruption is a big social problem militating against the development of the economy and the welfare of the citizens. According to a World Bank estimate, over $400billion have been looted by capitalist politicians and their contractor allies from the nation’s wealth in the past 4 decades. There is no doubt that if these looted resources are made available and judiciously used, the economy and the living standard of the people will not be as deplorable as they are at the moment.

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

News Release: Intersociety Holds Human Rights 365 December 21st, 2014



In line with the United Nations’ 2014 slogan Human Rights 365, the leadership of International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law will hold in Onitsha, Nigeria its 2014 World Human Rights Declaration Anniversary on Sunday, December 21st 2014. As rightly observed by the United Nations, this year’s slogan, Human Rights 365, encompasses the idea that every day is Human Rights Day. It celebrates the fundamental proposition in the Universal Declaration that each one of us, everywhere, at all times is entitled to the full range of human rights, that human rights belong equally to each of us and bind us together as a global community with the same ideals and values. In the same vein, the UN Secretary General, Mr. Ban Ki-moon has called on States to honour their obligation to protect human rights everyday of the year and people to hold their governments to account.

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

News Release: Intersociety Worries Over Credibility Challenges Of Anambra State Party Primaries



Having carefully followed and studied the recent Ward and LGA congresses conducted by registered and participating political parties gunning for 30 State and 14 Federal Legislative seats including three Senatorial seats in Anambra State for 2015 general elections in Nigeria, we wish to state that a lot of improvements are still needed to the get internal democracy process of the Nigerian Political Parties in the right direction.