For Chief Dumo Lulu-Briggs, all the talk about disinheriting his late father's wife and her children are utter balderdash and the hullabaloo over his father's estate should at best take a secondary seat.
By Simeon Nwakaudu
Many are wont to forget the horrible condition that Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike inherited Rivers State from his predecessor. With the stability and great governance taking place, they quickly disregard the extent of work that has been done over the last four years.
By Joshua Amarachi
(Patriotic Crusaders Initiative)
The striking of oil in commercial quantity at Oloibiri in present day Bayelsa State in 1956, and its subsequent boom and slump with attendant issues ranging from its dwindling and non renewable nature signaling threat of depletion, to the environmental hazards and socio-economic perils associated with its exploration and exploitation without adequate and commensurate compensation to host communities, have not only agitated the Niger Delta and its people, but have also raised awareness, sown seeds of discord, calumny and resulted in chaos among other numerous vices. The summation of these concerns does not change the obvious fact that, oil remains pivotal to Nigeria's economy today and even in the near future.
There is a biblical story about a man called Lot and his uncle, Abraham. Abraham loved Lot, but Lot eventually along the journey became a liability to him. One major thing I learnt from this biblical story is that there are some ‘Lots’ we take along in our journey of life that ultimately cost us a lot. The biblical story between Abraham and Lot clearly illustrates the fact that anytime you take someone with you that God has not authorised, it tampers with your destiny.
By Simeon Nwakaudu
I first got to know National Network Newspaper in 2011 through its publisher, Pastor Jerry Needam. Right from that very first contact, I realised that the newspaper was founded with a goal to promoting the good of Rivers State.