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GOVERNMENT SHOULD HAVE UNIFIED PENALTY FOR CONVICTED RAPISTS – Barr. PrincessOduji

Barrister Princess Chidi Kechi Oduji, a former United Nations Consultant on Learning Program/Economic and Social Rights, Mission in Sudan (UNMIS), in this interview with the Ika Weekly Newspaper crew speaks about her childhood days, the legal profession and social/ economic challenges in the country –more particularly, the rising cases of …

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MY SCENICPLOTS APP WILL GENERATE MORE REVENUE FOR NIGERIA THAN CRUDE OIL – Chinaza Onianwah

Nigerian Who Designed Social Media App

The world was awoken to the exhilarating news of the development of ScenicPlots, an international social media app developed by multi-talented and highly gifted Chinazor Onianwah. The Nigerian American-based Filmmaker, Publisher, App Developer, Writer and Author stunned the global social media users when he put the Nigerian name among the …

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MANY THINGS ARE WRONG WITH NIGERIAN NATION, Nwaghodoh

Barrister Emmanuel Nwaghodoh, a well informed Human Rights Lawyer and quietly influential National Co-ordinator of newly formed organization- the Social and Economic Justice Advocacy (SEJA)- a Lagos Based non-governmental and non-religious group, accepted to grant interview to Ika Weekly Newspapers  recently.  He had thought that the conversation will centre on …

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ONLY AGBOR WAS ABLE TO WITHSTAND BENIN IN TERMS OF MILITARY STRENGTH – Esoegbue

Elder Emeka Esoegbue, Author of the book; Essentials of Anioma History and Editor, Anioma Essence Magazine, speaks with Jerome-Mario Utomi, Special Project Officer, Ika Weekly Newspaper, about the origin of Anioma, how the name “Ika” emerged”  political leadership in the state, the need to have the country restructured and other …

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HOW OKOWA CAN MAKE HIS ACHIEVEMENTS IN COASTAL AREAS SUSTAINABLE – Mulade

It will not in any standard be a wrong assertion to describe Comrade Sheriff Mulade, the National Coordinator, and Center for Peace and Environmental Justice (CEPEJ) Executive Secretary, Egbema/Gbaramatu Communities Development Foundation and advocate for the coastal areas of Delta State, as a ‘transformer’. The facts are evident. First, in …

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