Browsing: Ebere Wabara

They vituperatively keep mushrooming! For a while, they will recess and another irritant set will restlessly come up in mutative trance and exponential dimensions. Social media and provincial rag-sheets are the yellowish instrumentalities of their unbridled scurrility.

In the early days of photography after the epochal trailblazing of Johann Zahn and Nicephore Niepce’s pioneering breakthroughs, it was believed that pictures did not lie. At that time, it was incontrovertible in the absence of sophisticated technology as we now have.

Ever since then, no day has passed by without local and regional reaffirmation of the laudable intent by diverse and multifarious sports personalities and authorities. The outpouring of endorsements is such that if the final decision were to be a regional or sub-regional thing, the acclamations and ratifications would have presented the topmost football administrative position in the world on a platter to Dr. Kalu. However, considering the behemoth nature of the office, there are many dynamics and global stakeholderships

The subject of this analysis as the headline hints is a superlative comparison of the tenures of the immediate past governor, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, his successor, Chief Theodore Ahamefula Orji (Ochendo), and, anticipatorily by way of extrapolative presumptiveness based on dual predecessors’ pedigrees, his anointed lackey who is the controversial governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu

Eze should busy himself with the management of upscale prostitution in the state occasioned by characters like him who do not understand the ideals of contributory and participatory good governance

The applicant, Ebere Wabara, Associate Editor of The Sun newspapers, and his colleague, Chuks Onuoha, had filed the suit against the police through their lawyer, Bamidele Aturu, alleging violation of their rights as enshrined in the constitution

The second incident, which is even more sinister and points dangerously to the possible role of some operatives of the law enforcement agencies in the widening spate of kidnappings for ransom payments across the country, was the forced abduction by armed Police operatives of Ebere Wabara, a senior editorial staff of the Daily Sun newspapers, one of the most respected newspapers in Africa

The police in Abia State, acting on the orders of the state Governor, Theodore Orji, said he would be charged with sedition for writing several articles outlining the false claims of performance by the Abia State Government