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Let’s Break-up Nigeria!

Monday, June 26, 2017
So everybody wants to go their own separate way? Some Igbos want to re-create the nation of Biafra while others want a Niger-Delta country; Northern youths are calling for the expulsion of all Igbos (- and Southerners) from the North and quietly the Yorubas are calling for the creation of an Oduduwa ...

IKWUM AND OGOMCRACY IN IMO GOVERNMENT

Monday, June 26, 2017
This article was published some years ago, and is now repeated with a new topic. Though Imo government has since made some little adjustment but the philosophy of IKWUM AND OGOMCRACY have not changed. Robert Harris, the great Anglo-German novelist (in his Fatherland) noted that ldquo;from ...

IS NIGERIA A FREE NATION OR A CONQUERED VASSAL STATE?

Monday, June 26, 2017
quot;I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves quot;- Harriet Tubman How can anyone describe Nigeria as a free nation when Sheik Othman Dan Fodio, the hero of the core Muslim north, the father of the Fulani Caliphate and the first Mahdi of N ...

Transformers: The Last Knight storms cinemas nationwide

Sunday, June 25, 2017
Transformers: The Last Knight storms cinemas nationwide There comes a moment in everyone amp;rsquo;s life when we are called upon to make a difference, the difference that will create change and the change that will save the world. The key to saving the future lies buried in the secrets of the ...

The new ‘generation shift’ mantra

Thursday, June 22, 2017
Since the election of Emmanuel Macron, 39, as the youngest President of France, several Nigerian writers have suddenly rediscovered an old mantra: lsquo;generation shift rsquo;. With Buhari rsquo;s official age at 74, these writers warn that Macron is an emphatic indication that the lsquo;old order ...

Nigeria’s NASENI As Gateway to Credible Polls in Africa 

Thursday, June 22, 2017
All over the world, what confers credibility on democracies is the propensity of nations to conduct free and fair polls. But to achieve credibility or perfection in the electoral process is most times a near impossibility, especially in developing nations like Nigeria. One can safely conclude that i ...

We must rise to their challenge

Tuesday, June 20, 2017
In recent times, many European countries have been challenged and continue to be challenged by a spate of violent actions perpetrated by some blood-thirsty hounds that have been mistakenly regarded as human beings. These acts of aggression have understandably been classified as acts of terrorism. Wh ...

Denied Targets and Frustrated Triggers

Monday, June 19, 2017
If Nigeria was a living entity, then May 30th 2017, may be marked by future historians as the day Nigeria, long suffering in coma, officially stopped breathing.Nigeria has not been declared dead officially of course, but there are no vital living signs and essentially we are now in a coun ...

Why Fathers' Day?

Monday, June 19, 2017
Fathers 39; Day is a day widely celebrated in the world today, its a day specially dedicated to the fathers for the various roles they play in a family, society, country and the world at large. Now, why fathers 39; day? I will say it is nature to appreciate one another especially people whose r ...

IS MUHAMMADU BUHARI DEAD OR ALIVE? 

Friday, June 16, 2017
Most columnists, writers and public commentators have shied away from doing so but today yours truly will treat a matter and pose a question that is in the hearts and minds of many both within and outside Nigeria. The question is whether President Muhammadu Buhari (remember him?) is actually dead ...

 BIAFRA:WHICH WAY NIGERIA

Tuesday, June 13, 2017
I beg your pardon to be holding this press conference here in the garden city of PortHarcourt.This event should more properly be held in Enugu, coal city, the capital of my own Enugu State, of the old Anambra state, of defunct East Central State,of the defunct Eastern Nigeria Regional Government ...

IF I AM IN GOVERNMENT, I WILL STILL BE A CRITIC.

Monday, June 12, 2017
This article was written and published this year but I have decided to repeat it with a fresh topic. The repetition is the outcome of my discussion with one of the Imo elites recently who appears to be in sympathy with the government in power. I must continue my criticism no where I find myself. Thi ...

THE SON-OF-THE-SOIL SYNDROME, ETHNIC BIGOTRY AND LESSONS FROM OUR COLONIAL MASTE

Sunday, June 11, 2017
Whenever Dr P.C. Obutte laments in his International Law class about our shameless devotion to the shrine of ethnic bigotry ndash; and he often does ndash; one would think he exaggerates. You would think he stretches his imagination beyond the shores of reasonableness when he attributes nearly all ...
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