Igbo Presidency: 50 million Igbos are set for 2015 —Senator Okonkwo

Senator Clement Anene Okonkwo, a notable politician and established captain of business and industry, represented Anambra Central at the sixth Senate from 2007 to 2011 where he was the Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Environment amongst other sensitive committees including, Upstream Petroleum, Police Affairs, Agriculture etc.

Masturbation: Perversion or healthy antics?

THERE have been so many unanswered questions as to what masturbation is all about, especially now that it appears to be on the increase. It is seen as a process of getting sexual stimulation by oneself to a point of climax  (orgasm), a sort of an alternative to sex or an option to individuals globally.

Competing on skyline : And which is Nigeria’s tallest building?

TONGUES have started wagging over the cost of the construction of a building in Abuja, Nigeria, said to be the tallest in Africa.

Ajaokuta Steel: An abandoned national treasure

The careless abandonment of the Ajaokuta Steel Company (ASCO) by the federal government, after spending about seven billion dollars on the project, with less than one billion dollar to complete it has since been an issue of great concern to most Nigerians; particularly those who are versed enough to know what we are losing as a nation from not ensuring the full operation of the steel complex.

Significance of Audu’s KARIS Award

This year’s KARIS award goes to the first indigenous Vice chancellor of the Ahmadu Bello University, ABU, late Prof. Ishaya Sha’iabu Audu, according to the award organisers, Rev Chris Okotie’s Household of God Church, Oregun Lagos.


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