Fidelity Bank Boss Buries Mother In Pomp

Bayo Bernard For Nnamdi Okonkwo, the quiet reformer and Managing Director of Fidelity Bank Plc., tears and joy rolled together on December 31, 2018, when the entire town of Orumba and adjoining communities in Anambra state converged to commit Madam Comfort Madubom Okonkwo to mother earth. On this day men, women and youths from the town, all put on sad faces as they filed in orderliness to pay this great woman the last respect. Her passing was a great loss to the family, indeed, the entire Orumba who had looked…

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Akinrinade Slams Obasanjo, Says He Belongs To The Dustbin In History

By Akinwale Kasali Former Chief-of-Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Alani Akinrinade, has lambasted former president Olusegun Obasanjo, saying that he belongs to the dustbin of history, urging Nigerians not to take him serious, because he is irrelevant to the development of the nation. The ex-general also urged the media to stop giving Obasanjo publicity as he lacks credibility. He said, “The Nigerian media appear to have forgotten they are indeed the fourth estate of the realm. They are gatekeepers. They owe Nigeria the responsibility of keeping this irritable man where he…

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February 16: Anyoku, el-Rufai Trade Words over International Observers’ Involvement, EU Reacts

By Uche Mbah Former Secretary General of the Commonwealth of Nations, Chief Emeka Anyoku, and Mallam Nasiru el-Rufai,  the combative and foul-mouthed Kaduna State governor, have been speaking on opposing ends of the divide on the involvement of the International Community in the February elections in Nigeria. While Anyoku insists that no country is an island, el-Rufai threatens foreigners who interfere on Nigeria’s internal affairs with death.   “Nigeria’s friends and International Community as a whole are watching the behavior of the Federal Government and its  Agencies, including especially the…

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