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Francis Waive – The Ekpoma experience

 By Efe Otavboruo Since the publication of our call on Revd Francis Waive to contest the 2019 elections into the House of Representatives (Ughelli North/Ughelli South Udu Federal constituency), many people have asked me what we see in this Clergyman that we want to drag him from the pulpit into the murky waters of politics. […]


Nigerian Senate

Restructuring Along The Lines Of True Federalism Inevitable

There are agitations from some quarters for restructuring of Nigeria as the solution to the country’s present predicament, what is your take on this? Restructuring the country along the lines of true fiscal federalism is inevitable. As someone from a minority tribe I know that division of the nation is not in our collective interest. […]


FRANCIS WAIVE: AN IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS COME!

By Annabel Ogheneganre On Wednesday August 16, 2017, I had a robust telephone conversation with a friend, a close confidant, my leader and publisher of an online newspaper from Sapele who gave me one piece of good news about the prospect of having the most respected, humble and well endowed cleric, Revd Francis Ejiroghene Waive […]


Group urges Rev Francis Waive to vie for House of Reps seat

By Festus Ahon, ASABA AHEAD of the 2019 general election, a group, Committee of Graduates of Ambrose Ali University, AAU, Ekpoma, Edo State, has called on Rev Francis Waive to contest for the Ughelli North/Ughelli South/Udu Federal Constituency, Delta State. The group, in a statement yesterday, said the call was necessitated by the under-representation which […]


A SEARCH FOR TRUTH IN NIGERIA TODAY

Whether or not a matter is true in Nigeria today depends on who you are talking to. Forget the dictionary definition of truth and the facts on ground. I was speaking with a friend of mine the other day and I asked him what he thought about the state of health of President Buhari vis-a-viz […]


WE REFUSE WAR IN NIGERIA

The noise emanating from those beating the drums of war in the country is getting so loud that there is an urgent need for the other side to be heard. I always try to imagine what Nigeria would have been like if the 1967-70 civil war was never fought. Those who have not seen war […]


A DELTAN’S RESPONSE TO THE NATIONAL QUESTION

It is the plight of the Minorities aggravated by absence of Good Governance, Equity, Justice and Fairness that actually forces the national question on Nigeria. Those of us in the Delta being Minorities are certainly losers in the competition and conflict between ethnic groups to control the Political Power and Economic Resources of the Nation. […]


THE TIME TO ACT IS NOW

Bishop Hassan Kukah has been quoted as saying; “African Educational Systems have surprising outcomes. The smartest students pass with First Class and get admissions to Medical and Engineering schools. The Second Class students get MBAs and LLBs to manage the First Class students. The Third Class students enter politics and rule both the First and […]


Delta State Corruption

DELTA’S FOURTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT

Delta State Corruption: Dejure, the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria provides for three senatorial districts per State. Defacto however Delta, one of the thirty six States of the country operate a fourth senatorial district. Delta’s fourth senatorial district is within the State but not geographically defined. Indeed members of this District claim to […]


About Francis Waive

Clergyman, Accountant, Author, Development Planner, Social Researcher, Rural Demography expert, Newspaper columnist and Radio and TV Evangelist, The Reverend Francis Ejiroghene Waive was educated at Bendel State University, (now Ambrose Alli University), Ekpoma studing Accounting. He graduated with second class upper division. He was elected and served as the President of the Student’s Union Government at Ekpoma. With Francis Waiveexperience in Banking and Accounting, Rev Waive continues to use his professional skills and passion for a better society to assist the down trodden in the society....

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