The spate of the marginalization that has forced the Igbos to a second fiddle position in Nigeria project is not the outcome of Biafra war but the very reason for that rebellion. Though, there has been snail-pace movement to bring in Igbos to the political and economic equation of nation life especially in the present democratic dispensation, but the effort Read more
Nigerians having been feeling like giants refreshed following the recent pronouncement of the Federal Government of its intention to create 320, 000 jobs beginning from 2013. The proposal which was made known by the Coordinating Minister of Economy, Mrs. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, is already captured in 2013 Appropriation Bill now before the National Assembly.
‘Barbaric, savagery, callous, dastard and horrific’ are mild words to describe the video clips on YouTube of what has come to be known as Port Harcourt 4, the killing of four students of the University of Port Harcourt, UNIPORT, on October 5, 2012. The killing was planned and executed in Umuokiri village, Aluu, Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State. Read more
To fail to prepare is to prepare to fail. The current devastating flood which has thrown the entire nation into anguish is one of the global phenomena that is predictable and would have been mitigated in Nigeria if we had planned well. Because we failed to plan, as I put down these words, families have been forced to relocate their Read more
TRYING TIMES – World On Its Knees 01.12.2008 Imagine waking up one day to hear that big cities like Lagos, Dubai have been deleted from surface of the earth! That would be imagining the least of disasters lurking at the horizon in the face of current global threats which go in a vicious circle. When man started plucking the Read more