By Ike C. Ibe On May 29th majority of Imo people heaved a sigh of relief. They welcomed a new government and said ‘old things shall pass away”. Governor Emeka Ihedioha has taken off on a systematic journey. A strong professional cabinet is in place. Several adhoc committees have done […]

By Dan Ugwu   In history, the vocation of poetry has always imposed on poets variegated and cumbersome but inalienable responsibilities. Poets are pre-eminent repositories of the individual or communal voice and (re)memory. They are also the custodians of societal fund or mores, values and cherished ideals. As such, they […]

By Ike C. Ibe When I write, I do not seek relevance and I do not seek opportunities. I write because I’m relevant and have opportunity to write. When I penned my article last week titled ‘Ihedioha and the burden of history’ I didn’t know it will go extremely viral […]

By Ike C. Ibe   While I was campaigning to be governor of Imo state across the 305 wards, one recurring statement I made was that ‘any governor who takes over from Rochas Okorocha will go through hell and must find a way to create a new economy and find […]

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