Nnoni Sa Ajor Eka Ofaejin Rin-ye


By Samuel O. Onungwe Preserving culture goes with territorial preservation.Those Oneh Nkiken, Nkporon and Oneh Eh Eta who fail to protect the territory from encroachment may need not tell us to practice onanaenu eta because they have failed on an aspect of their part.However, the land belongs to akpata not […]

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Business Angle with Suanu:Bans, Regulations, Business and Politics


You know the “P” in P.E.S.T.E.L stands for Politics, right? Well, I never understood the importance from business school, but I did in watching CEOs before us get burnt by it. No one really explained to us in detail how bloody the red oceans of business are, till we start […]

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Dr. Faith Egharevba speaks on Photophobia


Dr. Faith Egharevba who is an optometrist had a chat with Samuel O. Onungwe, the publisher of adaaji.com recently and discusses the medical condition which has to do with the eye’s sensitivity to light. That condition is medically referred to as Photophobia and usually, it is a condition in which […]

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Margy Speaks on Vitiligo


By Margaret Wonah Although, June 25, a day set aside to create awareness on a condition called VITILIGO has come and gone yet, another is coming. However, it is wise to keep reminding ourselves about Vitiligo. Today, a medical personnel, Margaret Wonah, writes on Vitiligo. She says: Vitiligo occurs when […]

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2021 PIA: Host Communities Component and the Frontier Basin


The presidential assent to the petroleum industry bill has ushered in the Petroleum Industry Act 2021 (PIA). It becomes a compass to navigate through the oil and gas sector of the country. This document which had suffered several years of setbacks is expected to make the industry more attractive, accessible, […]

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Business and Stakeholder Engagement should be Fun


By N. Suanu In Jamaica, at one of their beaches, they give one fresh wrap of marijuana in exchange for a full bucket of trash. And that’s how they keep a clean beach. Some people are known to feel guilty for spending so much of their own hard earned money […]

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Is Eleme Ogoni?


By Dimkpa Alale I recently studied the book The Ogoni of Eastern Niger Delta published in 2020 and written by Sonpie Kpone-Tonwe, a renowned clergyman and retired university teacher from the History and Diplomatic Studies Department, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. I have carefully presented my observations in this article. […]

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#WikeProjectChallenge:Woji-Aleto-Alesa Road


Kilometer 6+500, Section 3A of the East-West road is the gateway into Port Harcourt city from the Rivers South East and parts of Rivers East senatorial districts. This Eleme section of the East-West road provides the main access to Nigeria’s garden city and the oil and gas headquarters from those parts […]

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Was Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe Truly an Ijaw Man?


As Published by Radio Biafra online The First Nigerian President Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe ( 1904- 1996) was indeed an enigma of no less order. His towering personality makes him to be the greatest Nigerian ever in history. But Who was Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe? Who was his true biological father? What […]

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Oyigbo Like the Disputed Child at Solomon’s Court.


Oyigbo is a Local Government Area in Rivers State located at the boundary between Rivers State and Abia State with rich oil deposits. This LGA was created in 1991 with its headquarters located at Afam. It plays host to many companies including: Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Eastern Network Gas Pipeline (Alscon […]

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The US Electoral College System


By Marshal Obuzor As Americans go to the polls they are not voting for who would become their next President but for representatives (electors) who form their electoral college and chose their President. The President of America is not chosen by the votes of majority of Americans but by 538 […]

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Light Up Eleme


By Samuel O. Onungwe #LightUpEleme #RestoreEkporo Each time I see the solar streetlight along Ogale road and Indorama EPCL trailer park, it feels like a kitchen lamp or candle light in a whole central room. Each night I pass the Indorama EPCL gate facing the budding Nchia City, located uphill […]

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Catholic Priest Found Channeling Water From Failed Road in Rivers


The deplorable roads in Etche, Rivers State has reached alarming state despite some interventions by the Rivers State. This must have prompted the a Catholic Priest, Rev. Fr. Peter Deebom, who is serving at Omuma Etche to personally move from his exalted pulpit to the sites of the failed road […]

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Opinion: Alesa Unite Before It Is Too Late.


Samuel O. Onungwe For many years the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Nchia has appealed to ALESA to move the Comprehensive High School, Alesa to a bigger space like Ascension High School, Nchia instead they chose to add a Unity stadium at the premises of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. I was told […]

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NPA Receives Giant Gearless Container Vessel at Onne Port


…as Vessel’s capacity stands at 9,971TEUS The Nigerian Ports Authority, Onne Port complex has successfully Berthed one of the biggest gearless Maerskline vessel, calling at Federal Ocean Terminal (FOT), Onne in Rivers State, Nigeria. The vessel arrived Saturday August, 15,2020 and was fully berthed at 1620 hrs, Nigerian time. Speaking, […]

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Technical Education Receives a Boost at Eleme


By Samuel Onungwe Technical education in Eleme has received a boost following the completion and formal handover of the renovated and equipped Local Government Industrial Unit to the School Principal and Community Authorities. Prominent stakeholders at the event which took place at school’s premises, Ogale in Eleme Local Government Area, […]

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