By Victoria Ohaeri Victoria Ohaeri The growing repression of citizen reporters and advocates that challenge the never-seen-before levels of corruption and political under-performance going in Nigeria has now assumed frighteningly alarming dimensions. For some time now, I have been the target of deliberate attacks, threats, accusations leveled against me by persons who hold themselves out as Igbo ethnic champions and supporters of President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration.
A case for intense citizens budget monitoring and strict Evaluation. by Emeka Ononamadu I will like to state that neither Nigeria’s economy nor its will be unable to positively change in favour of the citizens because politicians only embark on development palliatives instead of real and sustainable development. All the three tiers of government and the three organs that form each tier of government are guilty of this crime, which in deed can be classified as crime against Ni
– TimothyTion, a Lawyer and blogger on www.cyberlawsmusings.co.uk. email@example.com Fela Kuti, the great Nigerian music legend, human rights activist and political maverick was born on 15th October, 1938 and died on 2nd August, 1997, aged 58.Every year since 2000, a week-long musical festival tagged Felabration is held to commemorate the life and times of Fela. Felebration 2013 held from 14th to 20th October, 2013. TheFelabration got me to dig into my music archives and