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Ulo Chukwu The House of God PART TWO Enter the Parlor.
Inyang Ume Olugu Ace Broadcaster Radion Nigeria
"Her name hardly rings a bell these days, but Chief Mrs Inyang Olugu left an indelible mark in broadcasting in Nigeria as the first woman to read national news on radio.Presentation".
ZONING AND ITS UGLY CONSEQUENCES BY ERIC TENIOLA
On my way to the annual Fanti festival, held recently at Igbosere in Lagos Island during which Lafiaji boys led by my friend, Muyiwa Adejokun lost to the Campus boys, I sighted the LAPAL House.
The house is now abandoned. LAPAL House is a 12-storey building on Lewis street Lagos Island. .....more
|Seven Political Parties Merge To Become ‘3rd Force’ Mega Party|
In a bid to put up a stronger fight against the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and frontline opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Seven political parties have joined forces ahead of the upcoming 2023 general elections.
According to a communique on Monday, the coalition said it took 15 months of deliberations and agreements, for the Allied Political Parties and the National Consultative Front, comprising of 6 parties, to decide to join forces with the Labour Party to present a joint Presidential Candidate for the 2023 polls.
Alaigbo Development Foundation (ADF) Professor Uzodimma Nwala, Ex Commissioner for Works in Anambra State Madam Chika Ibeneme and many more.
|Justice Abai Ikwechegh (OFR)
|A Biography as published by his family on April 5, 2021.|
On the way to final internment, it is not a common occurrence for Valedictory court session to hold, but on April 1, 2021 a Valedictory court session was held at the Judicial High Court Umuahia Abia State Nigeria, an area where Justice Abai Ikwechegh once presided. Legal luminaries at the Valedictory Court session at Umuahia in honour of Hon. Justice Abai Ikwechegh, JCA, OFR. included Chief Chris Uche, SAN, Gordy Uche, SAN, Mr. Uchenna Ihediwa (Attorney General, Abia State), Chief Okey Amaechi, SAN, Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, SAN, and Chief Solo Akuma, SAN. Ikwechegh was laid to rest at his country home “Abuoma Nke Nna Anyi” in a mausoleum, Read more
Clem Eze Enyi-Ezike Ohumola Igbere
For someone so published as you, it is difficult to write anything about you that have not been written. Nevertheless, I have to bid my Uncle Chinua farewell with a few words.
My older siblings always shared pleasant memories of your holidays/visits with them when they were growing up. They would recount how you would indulge them with nice things. My brother Ezenwata Dr. Emaka Achebe could not stop telling the whole world how you bought him his first Conway Stewart Pen. This pen ranks up there with the likes of Parker Pen. I thought that all your nephews and nieces around my age were the unlucky ones because we came along shortly before you started your family therefore devoted more time to your family.