Friday, 1 September 2017

VIOLENCE PREVAILS BECAUSE OF THEM

Presently, “occultism”, which is one of the means used by University management to victimize political organizations, groups, activist, social critic and students who are strong in its demands for government to fund public education, or generally speak on issues affecting the students in school; now encroached itself like disease into communities.

However, this doesn’t automatically mean that attending University education is obsolete likewise the ghetto is a virgin. The point to be establish here is that things are losing it grasp in the society and government have totally fail in attending to it because of policies that doesn’t really address the core issues that affect the neighbourhood directly.

And because of this total collapse in social amenities, a lot of young boys and girls between the ages of 15 to 25 indecisively have to recruit each other in order to belong to any these groups so to protect themselves against any harsh opposition, that possibly, if erupt into gang war they can have  a home for protection.

HUNGER: A SYSTEM PROBLEM

With a population that is more than 180 million Nigeria is projected to hit a possible figure of 450 million people by 2050 becoming the third largest population after India and China. The fear of people still living under the canon of poverty will virtually increase.It will grow worse than ever before as people shall find it extremely difficult to eat because of the level of economic hardship unresolved by the pro-rich government.

While this should attract a serious attention,politicians in government are unable to implement social economic policies to arrest the rise of hunger, creating anger and frustration as the case will be. Many poor homes as presently constituted would hardly see food to eat.. As it is currently ongoing in Nigeria, where a lot of people can’t afford to eat nutritious meal per day; in a country where cost of living has tripled in the last 20 years.

Despite the claim by Nigeria Bureau of Statistic (NBS)stating that the inflation rate dropped from 16.10 per cent in June to 16.05 per cent in July this year (2017),food prices are high and unaffordable including inaccessible for many people.For example, a cup of rice sold for N160/N180 then is now N320. Beans N180/N200 isN360; a pack of Macaroni N100 is now N200. Furthermore, a paint of Garry sold for N300 has launched itself to N700/N800 because of inflation tearing down the economy to disarray.

Monday, 14 August 2017

EVERYDAY PEOPLE ON FAILURE OF GOVERNMENT

Joblessness is not what millions of people want or wish for when they are capable of offering their ability to ensure the economy develops such that government can  provide daily need for all without turning back for the poor to beg for meal like ‘Oliver Twice’ in Britain.

People wish good things in life. People want to see life working for them in whichever way they can afford as far it is going to improve their standard of living. But the fact that opens the vamp of social contradiction is that, people on daily basis can’t access themselves to these things. They crawl to even have the nothing left in the mold by the government policies.

The everyday people want to believe life isn’t green card they should perish like flea or be hospitalising for, before getting life of comfort whenever the need arises. This has been the thinking of every average poor person who thinks

Friday, 7 July 2017

Biafra: Nnamdi Kanu reveals states he will claim if referendum is granted

Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu has revealed the states he will claim should Federal Government grant his call for referendum.

Featuring on Channels television, the IPOB leader disclosed that he would claim, Rivers state, Bayelsa, Delta, Anambra, Imo, Enugu, Ebonyi, Cross Rivers and Akwa Ibom respectively, should Federal Government grant the call for referendum.

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Nigeria one of the poorest countries in the world, over 80m living below poverty line – UN report

A United Nations, UN, report on Nigeria’s Common Country Analysis, CCA, has described the country as one of the poorest and unequal country in the world, with over 80m of her population living below poverty line. This was as the report revealed



that the country was deeply divided on the basis of plurality of ethnic, religious and regional identities.

The report was made public during a consultative meeting on the formulation of the UN Development Assistance Framework IV (UNDAF IV) for the South East geo-political zone in Awka.
According to the report, some part of Nigeria

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Thursday, 29 June 2017

ELECTRICITY CRISIS: AJEGUNLE RESIDENTS HOLD PROTEST

The No Payment for Darkness, No Disconnection campaign initiated last April by the Ajegunle, Lagos, branch of the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) under the aegis

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Power Struggle in South Africa's ANC Eclipses Key Policy Talks

South Africa’s African National Congress gathers this week to review and revamp its policies at a meeting that will be overshadowed by a power struggle to succeed President Jacob Zuma as leader of the ruling party. Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, 

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Wednesday, 17 May 2017

WHEN THERE IS NO WATER FOR THE POOR TO DRINk

Tuesday 22 March, 2016 the world will be celebrating World Water Day. A day set aside where different organizations, institution and government agencies will sit in round table to hold seminars and programs to discuss about the shortages of water for a population in the world that is running to 7 billion people.

Most of the discussion and seminars of these various agencies will be center on why ‘water” is inevitable in human life, and the need of having a portable drinking water. At the end of this discussion on this particular day where the whole world

CAN CHINA AFFORD ITS BELT AND ROAD? Financing Its Grand Geopolitical Ambitions Will Be Harder Than It Looks. By Christopher Balding

China's just-completed conference touting its Belt and Road initiative certainly looked like a triumph, with Russian President Vladimir Putin playing the piano and Chinese leaders announcing a string of potential deals and massive financial pledges. Underneath all the heady talk about China positioning itself at the heart of a new global order, though, lies in uncomfortable question: Can it afford to do so?

Such doubts might seem spurious, given the numbers being tossed around. China claims nearly $900 billion worth of deals are already underway, with estimates of future spending ranging from $4 trillion to $8 trillion, depending on which Chinese government agency

Egypt Sees Inflation Persisting as It Boosts Aid for the Poor. By Tamim Elyan and Ahmed Feteha


Egypt expects inflation to remain above 20 percent next year, as authorities plan an aid package to help lower-income citizens cope with the price surge resulting from the steep weakening of the pound over the past seven months.

The planned “social package” to be announced soon, will target public servants, low-income tax payers and recipients of food subsidies, Deputy Finance Minister Ahmed Kouchouk said