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Kelechi is a Nigerian with an unquenchable dream of a Better Nigeria.  He believes Nigeria can transcend the level of ethnic and religious bigotry.

For him, a better Nigeria is where meritocracy rules. He desires that someday, every Nigerian will stand tall  to fly the Green and White flag  for the world to see. 

He is passionate, patriotic and pragmatic. 

He was the Editor-in-Chief of Unilag Sun, a renowned campus newspaper of University of Lagos. Also, he was the Editor-in-Chief of Masscope, a campus magazine.

 Currently he is the Managing Editor of Mass Communication, University of Lagos departmental website www.unilagmasscomm.com 

He is a graduate of Mass Communication, University of Lagos.

A true Communicator for Christ! Journalist of Conscience! Change Agent and Solution Provider!

Thursday, 26 January 2012


The leader of this country on Wednesday announced the appointment of a new Inspector General in place of Hafiz Ringim.

This decision might not be  unconnected to the recent bombing excercise been experienced in the country.

The topmost duty on the agenda for the former AIG and now Acting IG is to restore peace, tranquilty, trust and order in Nigeria.

If this is achieved, the nation would be a lovely place to be in.

Thursday, 12 January 2012

FG/LABOUR -who blinks first?

  Subsidy  is the latest word added into the vocabularies of many Nigerians as at today. Many on the streets have indulged in very intelligent conversation on this issue of fuel subsidy removal. This topical issue has raised so many dust right from the first day of its proposal up till today. Certain top government functionaries have employed certain mediums to postulate this idea of removal osf subsidy. "some cabals have held the country hostage" a minister of the country said.

  The straw that broke the camels back was the surprise package delivered on the first day of the year when spirits were high, NEW YEAR greeting still rent the air, and hopes and aspirations were in top gear for a great year ahead only to be hit with a GREEK GIFT by the Prsident of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. this New year's gift left sour taste in the mouths of Nigerians

  Several civil society groups, labour unions and the TUC have come out to condemn this action which is a slap on Nigerians and the highest point of decit. In earnest, the nationwide kick started on the 9TH of this month. several meetings have been held between the government and the labour union all ending in deadlocks. Who would bow first in this situation waits to be seen. The egoistic nature of government and the never- say- die habit of the labour union which would give way?
And this is DAY5 and still counting
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