Chief Samuel Onunaka Mbakwe (1929-2004) was the first civilian governor of Imo State. He served in that capacity between 1979 and 1983.
His legacies include:
- The Imo Modern Poultry
- Imo State University (now Abia State University)
- Imo Cargo Airport (built with a development levy on all Ndi Imo then).
As a politician, you must try to build a legacy. Let the impact of your life last longer than your life itself. Let people keep talking and posting blogs about you after you are gone from the scene politicaly or permanently.
How can they do that if you don’t live behind a legacy? Think about that.
The debate that would soon be happening is Trump’s chance to bounce back, and Hillary Clinton’s chance to seal the deal.
Will Trump be presidential like when he met with Mexican President, Pena Nieto, or would he be the combative Donald that fought his way out of the crowded Repuican primaries months who.
Nobody but Trump knows what style he would employ today, and facing a super-skilled debater like Hillary Clinton means even he may not know what style he should use.
Anyway, very soon the fireworks begin.
A retired general, Iliyasu Ibrahim, has discredited claims that a national leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Ahmed Bola Tinubu was against the emergence of the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo as running mate to President Muhammadu Buhari in the 2015 presidential election.
Ibrahim spoke on Tuesday in reaction to a portion of the recently-launched book by Professor John Paden on Buhari, titled: “Muhammadu Buhari: Challenges of Leadership,” which claimed that Osinbajo emerged as Vice President despite pressure against it by Tinubu.
Paden, in the book had stated that the former Lagos State governor had wanted the Vice President’s role for himself and not Osinbajo. Continue reading “Tinubu single-handedly chose Osinbajo for Buhari, was not interested in VP – General Ibrahim replies Prof. Paden”
The Nigerian senate has thrown out a bid for Special grants to be allocated to Lagos state as the nation’s commercial capital.
The bill which was proposed by Senator Oluremi Tinubu will entitle Lagos state to one percent of the Nation’s revenue. The bill was rejected in a rowdy session.
Events that led to the rejection of the bill Continue reading “Tinubu’s Bill Thrown Out Of The Senate”