By: Dan Ugwu   March 21st, 2019 was the 6th anniversary of the death of Chinualumogu Achebe, a novelist and essayist, a man of ideas who bowed to the invitation from the Elysian Fields at 82 on March 21, 2013 at a hospital in Massachusetts, USA. Achebe died with the […]

By Peter-Claver Onwudike   A country‘s tax system is a major determinant of other macro-economic indexes. Specifically, for both developed and developing economies, there exists a relationship between tax structure and the level of economic growth and development. According to the National Tax Policy published by the Federal Ministry of […]

By Amaechi Agbo   The newly elected FCT Football Association chairman, Adam Moukhtar Mohammed has inspected the Area 3 Field in Abuja for renovation work. The chairman went round the field in company of few coaches, exchanging ideas with them on possible areas that need immediate attention. Mr Moukhtar after […]

By: Dan Ugwu   This year 2019 is exactly 25 years since the event of the Rwandan genocide (April 7, to mid-July, 1994) took place. That was when the country became one big sepulchre, as hell enlarged itself, and people just streamed into it. Indeed, Rwanda will never forget the […]

NIGERIAN WHO ASKED SOYINKA OUT OF HIS SEAT BREAKS SILENCE PMNews reports The young Nigerian  who ordered Prof. Wole Soyinka out of his seat on a flight has broken his silence  on why he took the action. The young man’s name is Tosin Odunfa. His comment was posted  on the […]

By Kennedy Onyegbado There is no gainsaying the fact that the vision of the present administration in Imo State is to transform the State into one of the top three most developed state economies in Nigeria and ranked within Africa’s top 10 economies. This is why since assumption of office […]