The picture above shows me with the then-Governor of former Bendel State, Professor Ambrose Alli on 21/6/1982 at a cocktail party in the University College Hospital, Ibadan. When Eliab, David’s oldest brother, heard him speaking with the men, he burned with anger at him and asked, “Why have you come down here? And with whom did […]
Following the recent uproar caused by “Ruga” Settlements, which is an initiative from the Federal Government to provide ranching for nomadic herdsmen in places all over the country, I remember a time when I talked about this in many places. One of such was in this Facebook post. The church could have started “Churchga” settlements […]
Speaking on Quest TV on the topic, “State of the Nation”.
Speaking on Quest TV on the topic, “State Of The Nation”.
Speaking on Tuesday, May 28, on Quest TV on the topic, “Local Government Autonomy”.
Our recent SOS4 campaign took us to Igbonine Grammar School, Ozoro, and James Welch College, Emevor, in Isoko North, LGA, courtesy of Salimo Wits Foundation and Petra Career Management Resources. Notes This is the best reception we have ever received. The school rented canopies for the seminar. All members of staff were on ground to […]
Our team made up of Pastor Ugbeh Raymond Orogun Nduka and Denis Agori took our SOS4 Campaign to Afiesere Secondary School, near Ughelli. We were on ground before 7 a.m. as usual, and set up our equipment for the outreach. I had booked an appointment with the principal, through a parent in our school. The […]
It was a very busy last week for me. I was in Port Harcourt with Rev. Samson Bodjor to deliver a lecture on Harnessing the Power of Womanhood for Community and National Development. I had to give another lecture on Entrepreneurship and Skill acquisition: A Global Trend at the Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun, […]
The pictures show gas being flared just behind a school somewhere in the Niger Delta. The gas fare is circled in the pictures. The other picture shows a dilapidated classroom block in that same school. This phenomenon is a recurrent scenario in the oil-producing communities in the Niger Delta. Politics according to David Easton is […]
When ineptitude can be so accurately predicted, as I did in my TV interview about the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), despite their assurances, I am afraid for my country. When people handle national assignments with such recklessness at the level of a professor, I want to question the criteria for appointment into public offices […]