All Articles Tagged: PDP

Senator Ken Nnamani

Nnamani, Exodus to APC and the Need to Domesticate PDP

Chief Ken Nnamani is one politician of Igbo extraction I hold in high esteem. My respect for him began shortly after his election as Senate President in the second tenure of President Olusegun Obasanjo. That was between 2005 and 2007. I had not met him in person, but our paths seem to have crossed in our serendipitous journey to uphold the truth and do the needful. Full article

PDP Convention

PDP Convention, the Judiciary and Why I Dropped Out

Sometimes I wonder why I did not read Law. I wonder why I neglected such a “lucrative” course even when the opportunity beckoned. In 1983, I had the opportunity to read law but spurned it with one touch of my feet. I got admission to read Law at the University of Ife when I was already in my Second Year in Sociology at the University of Calabar. Full article

National Confab: It’s All About Failure of Leadership

In his address to the nation on the 53rd anniversary of the country’s independence October 1st, 2013, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan shocked Nigerians when he named a 13-member committee made up of eminent personalities to set up the modalities for a National Conference or Dialogue. Even though many saw that bold decision as red herring meant to divert attention from the security problem in the country and the President’s second term agenda, we must still commend Mr President for that courageous initiative. Full article