Meet Miss Cynthia Igboneme our first campus celebrity. Miss Cynthia Ibeneme , is a student of Imo State University,Owerri. She hails from Orsu LGA of Imo state. She is the last Child of her family and currently a final year student of History and International Relations.

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Mavin Records signs DNA Twins from Madonna Secondary School Owerri 

It’s all over the entrainment space.  The latest addition to the Mavin Records dynasty is the talented DNA Twins..

They were old students of the Madonna Secondary school Owerri. I guess the school will be proud of them even though it’s a stictly Catholic school and and we all know how the entertainment space is viewed on Nigeria (places of booze and boobs).

We wish all the best in this new level.

Nobody above 50 years will be ImoState governor again – Okorocha

The Imo State governor, Rochas Okorocha, has declared that nobody above 50 years of age will succeed him as Governor of the state.

The Governor spoke in Owerri, the state capital, as a Special Guest of Honor at the occasion marking the beginning of the 2016/2017 legal year in the state.

Okorocha noted that the governorship position of the state in 2019 would not be for people who were above 50 years age bracket.

According to the Governor, “Mike Ahamba, SAN,  did not attack me today. This is unlike him, it may be because he wants to be governor in 2019, but let me advise him not to contest because nobody above 50 will be governor in Imo again.”
He noted that politicians above 50 years had at one time or the other brought hardship on the people.
Okorocha said politicians below the age bracket who had the genuine desires to make the state better should be given the chance.

Nigeria Police kill notorious kidnapper, Vampire, who escaped from court

Nigeria Police kill notorious kidnapper, Vampire, who escaped from court.

The police said Thursday they had killed a dreaded kidnap-for-ransom kingpin, Henry Chibueze, notoriously known as “Vampire”, in Omu Awa forest, Ikwerre Local Government Area in Rivers state. Read On…

Imo politics and the Ifeanyi Ubah example

Imo politics and the Ifeanyi Ubah example

I have, for some years watched with dismay, how politics is played in my beloved Imo with reckless abandon. The kind of politics being brought to forebear in Imo is highly reminiscent of “egwu onwa umuaka” where children wobble and ululate to their pleasure. Read On…