Nnamdi Ebo | NewsBlog

In my NewsBlog Nnamdi Ebo, I provide perspectives on news, events and analysis of unique stories, and I also offer original content, articles and photos; with contributions from some of the best minds.

Nnamdi Ebo | NewsBlog

In my NewsBlog Nnamdi Ebo, I provide perspectives on news, events and analysis of unique stories, and I also offer original content, articles and photos; with contributions from some of the best minds.

Nnamdi Ebo | NewsBlog

In my NewsBlog Nnamdi Ebo, I provide perspectives on news, events and analysis of unique stories, and I also offer original content, articles and photos; with contributions from some of the best minds.

Nnamdi Ebo | NewsBlog

In my NewsBlog Nnamdi Ebo, I provide perspectives on news, events and analysis of unique stories, and I also offer original content, articles and photos; with contributions from some of the best minds.

Nnamdi Ebo | NewsBlog

In my NewsBlog Nnamdi Ebo, I provide perspectives on news, events and analysis of unique stories, and I also offer original content, articles and photos; with contributions from some of the best minds.

 

Monthly Archives: April 2015

naija Newsflash

Raymond Dokpesi says that AIT aired an historical information about Gen. Buhari but Gen. Buhari inaugurates a 19-member Transition Committee while APC accuses the Presidency of plotting to scuttle the transition before May 29 . . . AIT aired historical

PwC will not vouch for the integrity of their NNPC findings

‘Missing’ $20 Billion Oil Money: We cannot vouch for the integrity of our audit — PricewaterhouseCoopers. The much anticipated report of the forensic audit of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, operations on the missing $20 billion oil money may not

Xenophobia exposes S. Africa & Nigeria rivalry for dominance in Africa

Xenophobia row exposes rivalry between South Africa and Nigeria. The recall of Nigeria’s top diplomat after a spate of xenophobic attacks in South Africa follows several similar spats that expose the two countries’ deep rivalry for economic and political dominance

N. Korea’s Kim ordered 15 executions for challenge to his authority

North Korea’s Kim ordered 15 executions this year: South’s spy agency. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ordered the execution of 15 senior officials this year as punishment for challenging his authority, South Korea’s spy agency told a closed-door parliament

NNPC needs overhaul as Dangote plans gas pipelines

The just released government-ordered PwC audit of the NNPC reveals that Nigeria’s state oil firm needs total overhaul, and Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, plans to build pipelines to boost Nigeria’s gas in order to quadruple the supply of gas

naija News24

Nigerian troops rescue 200 girls from Sambisa forest as APC reverses decision on barring AIT from covering Buhari while Indonesia executes 4 Nigerians for drug trafficking . . . Nigerian troops rescue 200 girls from Sambisa forest Nigerian troops have

Nigerian Media and Political Neutrality

Media regulation began with the application of the printing press to book production from the mid-15th century in Western Europe. I have traced the history of media regulation in Nigeria to the period of British colonialism. The colonial masters knew

President Jonathan orders release of full audit report of NNPC

The report of forensic audit conducted by the audit firm of PriceWaterhouse Coopers (PWC) on behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria on the operations of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), which indicted the Corporation for various questionable transactions,

Rochas wins governorship in Imo state

Chief Rochas Anayo Okorocha wins re-election in Imo state as Okezie Ikpeazu wins in Abia state . . . The incumbent governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha, the APC candidate and Okezie Ikpeazu, the PDP candidate, have both won the

War Cries

BOOKS . There was a Time | By Nnamdi Ebo. War Cries soon filled everywhere as crowds took to the streets of Enugu, Onitsha, Aba, Owerri, Umuahia, Port Harcourt and other Igbo towns in the Eastern region. People were aggrieved that the Federal government