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The legal needs of business and private persons continue to growas the structure and demand sof the economy change. A new platformfor addressing some of those needs will reach listeners via thestreamaudio.com web site andradio beginning 12 noon, December 13, 2000.
The show's host, attorney Ken Kemnagum Okorie, told USAfricaonline.comthat "it will be the debut of the pilot program planned toestablish a nationwide syndication."
The talk show known as "Legal Forum"® willbe distributedby the Renaissance Radio, a division of North American BroadcastingCompany.
He informed USAfricaonline.com that "the program will simulcastfor one hour on WALE-990 AM Providence Rhode Island andKFNX-1100 AM Phoenix, Arizona. It will also be heard via theInternet onstreamaudio.com"
He holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Denver, anMBA from South Florida and is a legal practitioner in Houston, Texaswhere he also runs the Small Business LegalClinic®©. He is one of the co-founders and thefirst Secretary-general of the World Igbo Congress, Vice-Chair of theCity of Houston Building Standards Commission, and member of theeditorial board of USAfricaMedia Networks. He has been an active and credible voice onNigerian commmunity issues here in the United States. He said "we'llinform, analyze and discuss legal issues and concepts with thepublic as non-lalwyers as well as bring legal perspective tocurrent events."
For additional information, he may be reached firstname.lastname@example.org andhttp://www.USAfricaonline.com/okorielegal.html HUMAN RIGHTS These views were stated during an interview CNN's anchor Bernard Shaw and senior analyst Jeff Greenfield had with Mr. Nwangwu on Saturday November 18, 2000 during a special edition of 'Inside Politics 2000.' AFRICA AND THE U.S. ELECTIONS
Nigeria's police, soldiers vandalize Okigwe town in futile search for MASSOB leader
Is Obasanjo ordained by God to rule Nigeria?
Prof. Sola Adeyeye raises the issue and provides some thought-provoking answers.
Commission should ask Obasanjo, Danjuma some questions, too. By Ambrose Ehirim
Bush's position on Africa is "ill-advised." The position stated by Republican presidential aspirant and Governor of Texas, George Bush where he said that "Africa will not be an area of priority" in his presidency has been questioned by USAfricaonline.com Publisher Chido Nwangwu. He added that Bush's "pre-election position was neither validated by the economic exchanges nor geo-strategic interests of our two continents."
Nwangwu, adviser to the Mayor of Houston (the 4th largest city in the U.S., and immigrant home to thousands of Africans) argued further that "the issues of the heritage interests of 35 million African-Americans in Africa, the volume and value of oil business between between the U.S and Nigeria and the horrendous AIDS crisis in Africa do not lend any basis for Governor Bush's ill-advised position which removes Africa from fair consideration" were he to be elected president.
By Alverna Johnson
Sharia-related killings and carnage in Kaduna reenact deadly prologue to Nigeria-Biafra war of 1967.
Beyond U.S. electoral shenanigans, rewards and dynamics of a democratic republic hold lessons for African politics. By Chido Nwangwu
Abacha's henchman al-Mustapha sings briefly about "Abubakar-Diya Coup" plot, the killing of Abiola, NADECO and other issues
Major al-Mustapha's Bombshell: M.K.O Abiola was murdered by "powers that be"
Sade's "Lovers Rock" premieres on the web
The sultry and smoking voice of Nigerian-born international singer Sade Adu, simply known as Sade, is already rocking the world, again, with her latest album released mid-November 2000.
A trial of two cities and struggle for justice. Written for USAfricaonline.com by TIME magazine columnist and national correspondent Jack E. White
Will religious conflicts be the time-bomb for Nigeria's latest transition to civilian rule? By Chido Nwangwu
As Chinua Achebe turned 70, Africa's preeeminent statesman Nelson Mandela, Toni Morrison, Wole Soyinka, others celebrate at Bard.
These views were stated during an interview CNN's anchor Bernard Shaw and senior analyst Jeff Greenfield had with Mr. Nwangwu on Saturday November 18, 2000 during a special edition of 'Inside Politics 2000.'
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