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Isaac Asabor is a called writer; not by man but God. He presently works at Daily Independent Newspaper in Nigeria as a Business Correspondent. He has worked in the same position at NewsDirect and National Mirror newspapers respectively. He enjoys writing on any issue that is of global relevance.
Like everyone else, I believe that the most popular definition of democracy is “government of the people, by the people and for the people”.
Your Excellency, Governor Adams Oshiomhole, as a leader that pays attention to details, I understand that the odd title of this piece would definitely arouse your curiosity.
The recession should be seen as an opportunity for the country’s promotion as long as we all collectively conduct ourselves in a patriotic manner, writes Isaac Asabor.
Politicians should not see the occupation of the state government house on Osadebay Avenue as a do or die affair. Promises they know are achievable should be made, writes Isaac Asabor.
It is about time we started learning from other democracies on how to operate democratic machinery, writes Isaac Asabor.
The issue of the resurgence of Lassa Fever in Delta state should not be treated with a kid-glove approach as we have in the past, reading about the incalculable devastation it has done in one fell swoop on people’s lives, writes Isaac Asabor.
Changing the mindsets of stealing in Politics
It is high time we left the backseat in the comity of the 36 states in the country, writes Isaac Asabor.
If there is any electoral malpractice that is capable of truncating the ongoing electoral process in the state, it is unarguably the illegal act of buying PVCs from vulnerable registered voters, writes Isaac Asabor.
One of the ethical dilemmas which political office holders in the country are facing today is that of not knowing when to draw the line between being corrupt and being incorruptible, writes Isaac Asabor.
If you are an Edolite, you have a birthright in your PVC, writes Isaac Asabor.
If there is any evil in the ongoing political dispensation that has assumed a worrisome dimension, it is undeniably the unprecedented manner in which innocent lives of farmers are being cut short by Fulani Herdsmen, writes Isaac Asabor.
Many Christian parents in our country, appear to be facing a dilemma of whether to send their children to public schools or not. Schools are rife with myriads of problems that are of both academic and moral dimensions, writes Isaac Asabor.
The question now is, is it possible to achieve electoral peace during the gubernatorial election? Yes, writes Isaac Asabor.
misogynists should try as much as possible to begin to bequeath the best education they can afford to their girl-child, writes Isaac Asabor.
In this part of the world where university and polytechnic graduates are faced with uncertainties and myriads of challenges in the labour market.
Red Alert! As PDP Takes Defunct SDP’s Constructed Road To Osadebay House.
Not few Nigerians at the moment are asking President Muhammadu Buhari and some top stalwarts of the APC, on where exactly the country is being led to through the implementation of the Change Agenda, writes
I wish all contestants in the race to Osadebey House a victorious participation in the election come September 10, 2016, writes Isaac Asabor.
It is no more news that a heart attack occurs when the blood flow that brings oxygen to the heart muscle is severely reduced or cut off completely.
the president should concentrate his efforts on the promises made during the period of his campaign, and ensure that they are fulfilled as promised, writes a News24 reader.
With the number of divorces, separations and matrimonial crises that have so far been recorded against some Nigerian celebrities, it is very obvious that they are afraid of being in marital relationships, writes Isaac Asabor.
Poverty is truly a disease. To free oneself from its stranglehold demands both spiritual and physical efforts...
Against the backdrop of the foregoing laudable development in the health sector in Lagos state, there is no denying the fact that there is hope of many Nigerians that are facing the health challenge of kidney problems.
Nigerians should look on the hearts of their politicians through the means of prayer and fasting whenever they intend voting for anyone during elections rather than looking at the sharpness of their tongues.
Government at all levels should begin to see the creation of jobs for unemployed Nigerian youths as topmost priority. They should stop politicizing it.
A advisory piece written in admiration of Edo State Governor Adams Oshiomhole.
A plea to youths to not become afflicted by graphophobia but instead to forge on to become leaders of the next generation.
At the All Progressives Congress rally held in Gombe, North East Nigeria in the month of February 2015 ahead of the last presidential election that earned the incoming president, General Muhammadu Buhari the victory of becoming Nigeria’s president
For instance, precisely on April 14, 2015, the global media was agog with the news of xenophobia attacks by some few misguided South Africans against African immigrants.
In a Rat Race situation, merit is usually sacrificed on the altar of mediocrity and consequently thrown to the dogs.
It is not an exaggeration to say that the problem of corruption in Nigeria seems insuperable and is by each passing day making the people more and more vulnerable to biting poverty, hunger, disease, unemployment, insecurity and illiteracy.
It is never hyperbolical to say that the Nigerian general election that was concluded on April 11, 2015 generated unprecedented global attention and sympathy.
If there is any country in African continent that has for years vicariously subjected this writer to bout s of wanderlust, it is undeniably South Africa
Inspirational speakers have persuasively communicated that the secret of living a successful life is not contingent upon good luck but on adequate preparation towards set goals.