An Ogoni traditional ruler has expressed dissatisfaction with the bureaucratic bottlenecks which he says are responsible for the delay in the Ogoni cleanup process.
Effective policy, effective budget, and effective implementation are made possible when there is an open government principle in a tailored engagement which will make development blockades give way to reformation.
The average Nigerian youth does not have the kind of education required to make a change in the country.
International Development Professional on climate change, Blessing Allen Adebayo joins Gabriella Anyanwu on The Sunny Side as they discuss Climate Change.
The University of Uyo Student Union Government's Vice President's office recently released a circular, announcing the appointment of eighteen aides for the Vice President, Blessing Jaja.
Leaders are judged and measured by the sophistication of a people. - Caller
The politicians know that your votes count, that's the reason they do...
Wednesday, October 13, 2021, made it one year since Rivers residents joined the #EndSARS protests which rocked the country in 2020. On that very day last year, scores of young people took to the streets, lending their voices to the campaign against police brutality and other excesses of the Nigeria Police.
Dayo had callers call in to share their opinions about the Nigerian government's plan of paying students studying education in public universities ₦75,000 per semester.
11th of October, 2021 is the International Day Of The Girl Child.
"Taking out that unit of the Police, one would have expected a rise in armed robbery incidents and extrajudicial murder... but the numbers are not the same as we used to have before the #EndSARS movement..."
"until every agency knows that they are independent of their own, they work for the country and their family, Nigeria will not work" - A Caller
President of the National Association of Resident Doctors, Dr Godiya Ishaya, has given in detail the extent to which the federal government has met the demands of doctors in the country.
Osiri Wisdom, Senior Pastor, The Wisdom Place, believes that an extraordinary man bounces back after a failure.
Being assaulted and robbed must have been quite an ordeal for Kelly Oni, a Bolt Driver who encountered OSPAC members.
A professor of Politics and Governance, Kenneth Nweke, says the demand of southern governors that the NDDC forensic audit report be made public is not as important as ensuring real development for the Niger Delta people.
Socio-political analyst, Loveday Okere, is of the opinion that states that are known for cattle rearing can "exploit" the Anti-Grazing law to their advantage.
Legal Practioner and good governance advocate, Chioma Choko, has agreed with comments of the Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, describing the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) as a 'cash cow' for politicians, but has a critical question to ask.
Barrister and Guardian, Ifeoma Agbo, believes that this act will have psychological effects on the pupils whose parents can not afford the uniform.
Corruption has eaten neck-deep into literally every sector we have in Nigeria.
Johnson Osi, Zonal Coordinator, FCCPC, believes that in the power play, the consumer is weaker so they stay on the side of the consumer to ensure that transactions are fair and where it's unfair, they will clamp down the producer or service provider.
The controversy rages on as to which region of the country will produce the next Nigerian President come 2023.
Dayo rants about IPOB banning Nigerian Flag in South East and declaring sit-at-home come October 1.
Financial analyst, Tunji Andrews, has advised the Central Bank of Nigeria on how best to tackle the challenges it is facing with the foreign exchange market.
A lot of scepticism in the air about the idea of China operating its banks in Nigeria.
''...I was suspended from the church'', a caller tells Gabriella on the #SunnySide.
The 'VAT war' between states and the Federal Government seems far from over, as more details about the complexities associated with the collection process of Value Added Tax are being revealed.
Dr. Chukwumeka Agi, Chairman of MDCAN, UPTH discusses the ongoing NARD strike and MDCAN's intended actions with Dayo on #HardFacts.
"...six persons were shot, one is dead, others in hospital ...the world needs to hear what Julius Berger is doing to staff." - Anonymous
"...yes, we are checkmating some of your excesses... we just want to improve the governance process; so you shouldn't see us as antagonists."
"Most of those who are security agents here are not from this state. They do not have any affinity to this state." - Chidi Llyod
Public affairs analyst, Achike Chude, says the Nigerian government has allowed the resident doctors’ strike to linger because the government does not see the health of Nigerians as a priority.
Must you forget when you forgive a person?
What is happiness to you? How do you measure your level of happiness? Are you truly happy?
On #HardFacts with Dayo, Hon. Chisom Dike, Lawmaker representing Oyigbo/Tai/Eleme constituency was of the opinion that more defections from the PDP may be underway.
Samuel Nwanosike, Chairman of Ikwerre LGA in Rivers State says that the APC has been deceiving the country and is about to deceive former President Goodluck Jonathan.
"They have no power to arrest for domestic matter, they have power to mediate where willing parties permits them to do so." - Barrister Richard Wokocha
Dr Alfred Oladapo, has opined that the problem of out-of-school children in the country is partly because married couples do not have activities to engage their minds, except "beer and sex".
Business analyst, Ignatius Chukwu, is of the opinion that the naira will continue to bleed, as long as local manufacturers are not given the needed attention to produce quality and affordable goods that can be exported.
The prison has a capacity of 803 but is housing almost 4000, and most of the persons who make up this number are awaiting trial - Barr. Nasiru Ibiloye
Pan Niger Delta Forum, PANDEF, has alleged that the NDDC forensic audit report is aimed at discrediting the Niger Delta.
The Presidency has said the ongoing construction work at the Akpajo-Eleme Road is not as a result of the protest held on the road recently.
Government should say something even if it means lying to them, instead of ignoring them like they aren't human beings - Mike, a caller on Hello Port Harcourt says.
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