Monday, 9 April 2018

#MyCountryMyHome - Why I Am Proudly Nigerian!

In a time when many Nigerians will rather be Americans, British or a citizen of one developed nation or the other due to the country's appalling underdeveloped state which is largely as result of lack of visionary leadership, some of us are still flying her flag as proud Nigerians who look forward to a brighter and great Nigeria. 

I am optimistic that Nigeria will surmount her socio economy, security and political challenges. I see light at the end of the tunnel for Nigeria and below are why I am proudly Nigerian :

Thursday, 5 April 2018

David E Ace Gospel Artist Releases Brand New Single - Agu Neche Mba 1

MarviSounds IMG-20180321-WA0011 Latest Music Release + Lyrics: Agu neche Mba1 - Dave E (Worship Addict) music
An ace gospel artist, Okoronkwo Nnaemeka David nick named David E have released a brand new single titled "Agu Neche Mba 1." David E hails from Imo state, he is a graduate of Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Ogun state and he is born to a family of 5. A passionate and addicted worshiper of God,a praise and worship minister and a musician per excellence.

Agu neche Mba 1 talks about Gods sovereignty, mightiness and glory. God is above our expression, imagination and Obstacles, He's agu neche mba 1 ( the only leopard that guides the city ). Click on link below to listen and download song. It is guaranteed to give you an amazing worship experience.

Photos: Hon. Minister Audu Ogbe Buries Younger Brother Clement Ogbe

The Honourable Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Audu Ogbe at the burial ceremony of his late brother Clement Ogbe. Before his death, he was a staff of the Central Bank of Nigeria. He died in an  auto crash two weeks ago and was buried on the 30th of March, 2018. 

The Governor of Benue State was one of the dignitaries present at the burial ceremony. He described the Death of Late Dr Clement Ogbeh as a painful loss to the bereaved family, Idoma and Benue at large. He Sympathized with the family and prayed that the good Lord comfort and see the family through this period of painful mourning. Check out photos from the event below:

Friday, 23 March 2018


Abuja based Development Blogger, Oladotun 
Olumuyiwa Fadeyiye Roy popularly known as Dotun Roy has added another year today 23rd March.

He is the founder of, a development News Website and JobkonnectNaija, an online platform that connects unemployed young professionals with their dream jobs. He is an advocate, SDGs Ambassador, Human Rights activist and the first development blogger in Abuja, using digital and civic technology as an advocacy tool to speak up for the voiceless and vulnerable people in the grassroots.

Wednesday, 28 February 2018

My Voter’s Card Registration – The Drama That Ensued, The Five Things I Observed.

Mountains are surmountable and limits can be broken were lines I prepped myself with on this third trial trip to get my voter’s card registration done. I have had two failed trials due to mammoth crowd at the registration center. The earliest I could arrive at the center was 6:15am, by this time usually the needed number of people to be attended to by INEC officials for the day would have been complete as they will usually have carry over names from previous day(s). 

So on Monday the 5th of February, 2018 I got up early as possible and arrived the registration center by 6:15am only to meet a crowd of about 20 people in a heated argument. They were been told by the School’s security men which was the registration venue to go back to their homes or offices because they were no longer writing names as the list of names required by INEC officials for that day was complete. They were only about 20 people on ground and it was alleged that 50 people had written down their names. Definitely there were ghost names, people that had probably bribed the security guys to write their names in their absence, which was done at the expense of people who were on ground. The Nigeria factor will always play out in any and every process, I meditated to myself. 

SCEEP Workshop - Expert Outlines Five Threat To 2019 Elections.

Action Aid in collaboration with BBC Media Action and supported by UK Department for International Development (DFID) held a two day workshop with partners and stake holders on Strengthening Citizens' Engagement in the Electoral Process(SCEEP). Objectives of the workshop are as follows:

1.Share knowledge on effective multi-platform initiatives 
2.Identify strategies for inclusive programming for women, youth and People with disabilities in governance 
3.Identify entry points for collaboration between traditional media, online engagements and community outreach. 
4.Provide linkages for sustainable networking of state-level partners

Monday, 26 February 2018

NPPDS2018 - Representatives From Three Major Political Parties speak on Internal Party Democracy

Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) in collaboration with OSIWA on Thursday, 22nd of February, 2019 held its first Nigerian Political Parties Discussion Series (NPPDS2018). The discussion was aimed at equipping the populace with information on internal party democracy and instigate citizen engagement as the 2019 General Election draws near.

The event was held at prestigious Sheraton Hotel and Towers and it had top politicians, Media personalities and key stakeholders in attendance. Members of the panel of discussant were political party representatives from mainstream political parties in Nigeria; APC, PDP, KOWA, APGA and Deputy Director, Independent National Electoral Commission, Shehu Wahab.

According to Head of Programmes, CDD, Shamsudeen Yusuf, “The discussion series has become crucial at this point of transitioning in Nigeria. It will stimulate progressive conversations for improved political economy and address major issues such as party campaigns funding, inclusion, registration, primary elections among others.

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