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Late Gospel Singer Eric Arubayi's wife Chinonso, remembers him today Nov. 23rd, which would have been their traditional wedding anniversary. 

In a post she shared on her IG page, Chinonso recounted the laughter and happiness they shared on their wedding day and the loneliness and empty feeling she has suffered since losing him losing him ....

Ojukwu Junior explains why he joins APC

Emeka Ojukwu jnr, son of late Dim Chukwuemeka Ojukwu on Wednesday disclosed that his decision to join the All Progressives Congress (APC) was driven by his believe that the South East must occupy its rightful place in the national governance and the political decision making process of the country.
Ojukwu jnr said this when he was formally received into the APC by the Party’s National Leadership led by the Party’s National Chairman, H.E. Chief John Odigie-Oyegun at the Party’s National Secretariat in Abuja. Odigie-Oyegun was accompanied by the Party’s Deputy National Chairman (South), Engr. Segun Oni; National Vice Chairman (South-East), Hon. Emma Eneukwu; National Auditor, Chief (Dr.) George Moghalu and Chief of Staff to the APC National Chairman, Mr. Edwin Ikhinmwin.

Recall that Ojukwu jnr had earlier made his declaration in Awka at a rally for Tony Nwoye, the APC candidate for the November 18 Anambra governorship election.

Ojukwu jnr: “I decided to lead by example. I have been talking…

Uniben Students protest for hike in school fees

'The fact that we live in a lawless country where we wake up to behold any law from institutions, stakeholders, and those in authority doesn't mean the madness of putting up negative shocks on the faces of people should continue to spread, in as much as it has become a norm in the already decayed system of democracy in which we operate.

Considering the state of the nation, the already frustrated condition of students, civil workers and citizens, isn't it imperative that the opinion of people are put into consideration before some changes are put into effect ? It is to this that this memo is directed to the management of the University of Benin who suddenly felt it necessary to make an addition of #10,000 to every of their fees. 

This is talking about 20% increment including the incoming students except school fees which was only increased by #1,000.
The question is, why would fees be increased without any reason or explanation to those who are to pay this fees ? And assuming …