Newly elected governor of Imo state, Rt Hon Chukwuemeka Nkem Ihedioha.
By Luke Okoro
After eight years of reign and what most people in Imo would conclude to be a regime of family for family, by Governor Rochas Okorocha, a new administration has berthed in Douglas house, Owerri, the Imo state capital. It is headed by Chief Emeka Ihedioha, who was collectively voted into that office by Imo people. The choice of Ihedioha was not by default.
Borno Secondary School
YUSHAU A. SHUAIB
Every time I have reason to travel to Maiduguri for an assignment, my family members become prayer warriors, and clarifications are sought around my dreams at such periods to check for what might be portents, while safety measures are devised against any possible untoward development.
Chief Pascal Emeka Egerue, an Associate member of the Chartered Insurance Institute, London and Fellow of both the Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria.
“Imo State is not a very big state. The government can within available resources create the enabling environment for business to thrive and facilitate same through facilities, such as good rural roads, robust educational facilities, good primary healthcare and expansion in agribusiness. Hon. Ihedioha should run Imo State with the mindset of running a nation and open up the state to investments locally and from abroad. He should never allow himself to be distracted or for hubris to catch up with him. Let him use the pen we will soon give him to write his epitaph. Imo people are a very grateful people and will surely show gratitude to him if he rules well”.
“Emeka Ihedioha has been grilled through the mill of leadership”
Dr. Mike Adenuga Jr.
It was Plato who, during the Golden Age, when history was rising as a major sign of the growing sophistication of the Athenian society, declared that a life not examined is a life not worth living.
Hon. Mudashiru Obasa, Chairman, Conference of Speakers.
Just like in a soccer encounter, politics is also aimed at creating chances to score goals. The goals in this context are the end result of capturing powers.
COMMISSIONING: (L-R) Dr Yahaya Hamza, Head Sectors, Office of the Senior Special Assistant on Sustainable Development Goals; representing Princess Adejoke, Senior Special Assistant to The President on SDGs; Dr Adedamola Dada, Chief Medical Director, Federal Medical Centre, Ebute-Metta; Clem Ugorji, Public Affairs and Communications Director, Coca-Cola West Africa and Alhaji Ishola Balogun Fulani, Chairman, Board of Management, Federal Medical Centre, Ebute-Metta during the commissioning of the newly installed medical equipment, at the Federal Medical Centre, Ebute-Metta under Coca-Cola’s Safe Birth Initiative, Monday, April 15, 2019
Coca-Cola Nigeria Ltd, has delivered maternal and neo-natal care equipment to the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Ebute-Metta, as part of The Safe Birth Initiative, a Coca-Cola partnership with the Federal Ministry of Health, the Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals and an NGO, Medshare International Inc.
L-R: Omolaraeni Olaosebikan, CEO, Pixels Digital Photography; Adebola Moody, Head of Operations, Pixels Digital Photography; Dolapo Ishola, Managing Director, Pixels International Academy and Ikechukwu Osuya, Marketing Manager, Pixels Digital Photography at the recently held Press Conference in Bodija Ibadan, Oyo State.
…To empower Nigerians with Photography, Creative Design & Branding Skills
Pixels International Academy, a new-age creative school founded by Pixels Digital Photography to empower Nigerians who want to build a career in photography, creative designs and branding has received the approval of the Oyo State Board for Technical and Vocational Education (BOTAVED).
(L-R:) Yemisi Mokuolu, Co-founder, Five Cowries Initiative (and Director, Hatch Ideas); Gbenga Oyebode, Chairman, Teach for Nigeria and Polly Alakija, Founder, Five Cowries Initiative at the 2019 launch of the Five Cowries Arts Education Initiative, held in Lagos, last Wednesday.
It was a gathering of key stakeholders in the private sector, as well as government, education, art and civil society at the official launching of the Five Cowries Creative Arts Education Initiative programme in Lagos at the weekend.
THERE is overwhelming empirical evidence of the brilliance and excellence in business leadership and uncommon philanthropy demonstrated by Africa’s richest man and President Dangote Group, Alhaji Aliko Dangote who clocks 62 on Wednesday April 10, 2019.
A World Health Organisation (WHO) report says men are more likely to die earlier than women.The “2019 World Health Statistics” published on the WHO website on Thursday, said that where men and women faced the same disease, women often seek health care less than men.