May 21, 2018

Femi Royal: Technology and Smart Agriculture

  In Nigeria today, hunger prevalence is on the rise and in paying attention to the country’s food production level, the difficulty experienced in meeting domestic […]
May 18, 2018

Ebenezar Wikina: What I Learned from Lecturing (Part II)

  When I was in broadcasting school, our lecturer and mentor, Pastor Bernard Opubo Graham-Douglas, used to say the golden rule for every On Air personnel […]
April 20, 2018

Opinion: The Niger Delta question and 2030 sustainable agenda

  By Jerome-Mario For the 2030 sustainable agenda to succeed, says the United Nation, partnership and collaboration must be given a disciplined attention. This world body further […]
April 16, 2018

Femi Royal: A careful examination of food security issues in Nigeria

  The United Nations Committee on World Food Security defines Food Security as the condition in which all people, at all times, have physical, social and […]
March 1, 2018

Joe Abah: In Nigeria, Governance Champions Can Transform Resource Wealth into Development Results

Nigeria is well known for its glaring inequalities, particularly the disparity between the impoverished northern states and its oil-rich south. This disparity covers more than just […]
February 20, 2018

Korfii Uebari: Promoting rural education in Ogoniland

  By Korfii Uebari  On the 15th of December 2017, the Innovative Preeminent Initiative organized a program on promoting rural education at; Community Primary School, Nortem […]
February 16, 2018

PROJECT READ INITIATIVE: How Husband and Wife are taking Books to Children in Communities in Rivers State, Nigeria

  By Ogadinma Iroka For Mr. Austin Nwaeze and his wife, Mrs. Lucy Nwaeze, the global pursuit of education and literacy for all, should not only […]
February 5, 2018

Culture Resilience and Development: the case of river based open defecation in riverine communities in the Niger Delta

  By Ogadinma Iroka As one of the concepts in the study of culture, culture resilience, x-rays the way, elements of a peoples culture, last overtime amidst […]
February 4, 2018

Ebenezar Wikina: What I Learned from Lecturing (Part I)

  By Ebenezar Wikina A blocked nose, flu, sore throat, and tingly butterflies in my belly were all the ingredients I needed to have an amazing first […]
January 30, 2018

Google Summer of Code (GSoC) Port Harcourt Bootcamp

  Google Summer of Code is a global program focused on introducing students to open source software development. Students work on a 3-month programming project with […]
January 18, 2018

What does it mean “to serve Nigeria with all your strength?”

  By Odeh Friday   As a schoolboy in the 1990s, I made that vow every day when I recited the national pledge. Our teachers taught […]
January 16, 2018

Nkasi Wodu: How Armed Militants in Nigeria’s South gain access to power and wealth

  I still remember that day like it was yesterday. General Felix was dressed in complete military fatigues, a camouflage shirt and trouser, leather combat boots […]