Lukpata James is a graduate of Mass Communication from the prestigious University of Nigeria Nsukka, Enugu State. He is an independent freelance Journalist with interest in PR, Advertising, Development Journalism and politics.He is also a Community Leader, motivational speaker and content developer. He can be reached via: Lukpatajames@yahoo.com or Twitter @jimitex4

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Democracy Day: Uphold Citizens’ Right to Expression, SING Nigeria tells FG

SING Nigeria has urged the federal government to guarantee citizens’ right to freedom of expression which it described as one of the tenets of...

Democratic gun-vernment: a military system with a democratic mask

Pandemonium, sounds of gunshots, lamentations and hunger, kidnapping and banditry traceable to unemployment and poverty alongside unbearable inflation defined a democratic gun-vernment and NOT...

Peter Obi To Deliver Lecture On Restructuring and Security Challenges at UNN

Ex-Anambra State Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the 2019 general election, Mr. Peter Obi will on Tuesday May...
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Day Ukelle nation Celebrated Prof Michael Okom’s emergence as UNICAL’s DVC Admin

By James Lukpata April 16, 2021 remains memorable as the streets of Calabar the capital of Cross River State were agog as the Ukelle people...

Balancing Ukelle’s wealth with contemporary realities

Ukelle has for decades remained at the crossroad but with the recently established Education Trust Fund (ETF) to aid UKelle deserving sons and daughters,...

Failed by their own nation: The ordeals of Nigerian youths struggling to survive

By James Lukpata Nigeria, the most populous black Nation in the African continent has in recent time witnessed social unrest as a result of systemic...

‘No road, no election’ — Ukelle youths blow hot ahead Cross River North senatorial bye-election

By James Lukpata History would not forget the Ukelle youths forum in a hurry as they troop out enmasse yesterday 30th November to protest and...

Mitigating the effects of intra-party crisis in Nigeria’s political struggle

By James Lukpata Crisis is a normal phenomenon in our society as far as human being is concern.The evolving societies from the feudal system to...

Reminiscence of Ukelle New Yam Festival

By James Lukpata According to Cambridge Dictionary festival is an "organised set of special events, such as musical performances or plays, usually happening in one...

Ukelle: How epileptic power supply is crippling a Cross River community’s socio-economic development

By James Lukpata There is no doubt that electricity is life. But as significant as it is to virtually every aspect of human life, Ukelle...

Effect of name and its implication on socio-economic development in Ukelle Yala II

By James Lukpata Names are insignia of personality and means of identifications for both human beings and none human alike. Asides serving as means of identification...

Latest Posts

Democracy Day: Uphold Citizens’ Right to Expression, SING Nigeria tells FG

SING Nigeria has urged the federal government to guarantee citizens’ right to freedom of expression which it described as one of the tenets of...

Democratic gun-vernment: a military system with a democratic mask

Pandemonium, sounds of gunshots, lamentations and hunger, kidnapping and banditry traceable to unemployment and poverty alongside unbearable inflation defined a democratic gun-vernment and NOT...

Peter Obi To Deliver Lecture On Restructuring and Security Challenges at UNN

Ex-Anambra State Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the 2019 general election, Mr. Peter Obi will on Tuesday May...

Saveenugu Group As A Decoy For Serial Blackmailers

By Charly Udeh It is no longer news or hidden that the people behind the faceless and social media Saveenugu group that have been peddling...

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