Grazing Reserves Proposal is evil and should never become law

In the aftermath of the attack on the Enugu town of Uzo Uwani by cattle herdsmen in which scores of people were murdered, the Enugu state government has come out to say unequivocally that grazing reserves for cattle will not be accepted in the state.

This was made clear when the Govenor of Enugu state, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi met federal legislative officials from the state. The state joins Oyo State, and Benue State in rejecting the bill.

Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State had earlier spoken out against the bill, saying that it goes against the Land Use Act and that his state has no land available for such reserves. He instead suggested that states were the herdsmen come from in the North may carve out portions of land for such if they wish.

Commentary The Pilot

The goodness of human beings and self preservation – Prince Charles Offokaja

Just as the keyboard of a laptop is not condemned for the mistakes of the person tying with it, a man should not be condemned for his mistakes. For all men are good. It is their acts that we might call evil – and maybe only the temper too. – Prince Charles Offokaja

The man who does bad things is often –not bad as much as he is weak, and has allowed the legitimate motive of self-preservation to drive him into doing evil. Self preservation becomes abused when a man allows it to drive him to harm the innocent. – Prince Charles Offokaja


Donald Trump forced to take bush path to campaign venue

The moves to stop Republican Party frontrunner, Donald Trump seem to be getting more desperate by the day.

Yesterday anti-Trump protesters blocked the entrance to a hotel where Mr Trump was meant to speak to Republican Party members during the California Republican Convention.

Mr Trump had to take a bush path into the hotel. Mr Trump made light of the situation. He said during his speech; “I felt like I was crossing the border.”

Business Economy News

Ondo state commissioner lists benefits of bitumen exploration in the state

Speaking to newsmen, the Ondo Stae Commissioner for Information Kayode Akinmade has listed the benefits of the ongoing bitumen exploration to the state.

Apart from increase to internally generated revenue to the state government, the state’s Commissioner for Information Kayode Akinmade said the exploration will also lead to the establishment of many companies,

Commentary Society

Funny but true quote from Robert Mugabe

Treat every part of your towel nicely because the part that wipes your buttocks today will wipe your face tomorrow. -Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe

Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe certainly has a way with words. Tell me what he said here isn’t true. To me, the proverb means that one should treat everybody fairly, because, no matter how low someone may be in class, money, etc, you may need the person tomorrow.

I remember a story I once read about a very wealthy man who was stuck in the desert