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Governor Obiano: Dim Ojukwu’ll be proud of Anambra voters

Going down memory lane, Obiano recalled the promise he made when he was sworn in four years ago saying, “I am happy that we have taken back our cities and communities from brutal armed robbers and kidnappers who once made our beloved state a dread to decent people and a taboo to investors.

Alani Akinrinade: Restructuring unavoidable for Nigeria

A former Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Alani Akinrinade, has said that restructuring is unavoidable and inevitable for Nigeria in the face of national consensus.

Alex Ekwueme: Earth to earth

Alex Ekwueme, Nigeria’s venerable vice president from 1979 to 1983, gave up the ghost in a London hospital last November 19. It has taken me a whole two months to write a tribute in his memory because I have yet to reconcile myself fully to the reality of his departure.

President Buhari has failed to protect Nigerians – Balarabe Musa

Elder statesman and leader of the Conference of Nigerian Political Parties (CNPP), Alhaji Balarabe Musa, has said the government of President Muhammadu Buhari has failed to protect Nigerians from massive poverty and security challenges in the country.

Southeast governors have no moral right to give out land for proposed cattle colonies...

He also revealed that the ILT during its just concluded meeting in the Federal Capital Territory, without equivocation, rejected the proposed establishment of Cattle Colonies in any part of Igbo land.

Don’t allow Nigerian Army treat your children – Ex-Governor Ezeife tells Igbos

Chukwuemeka Ezeife, a former Governor of Anambra State, has advised people of the South East against allowing medical personnel of the Nigerian Military treat their children.

October 1 and the torment of memory

The first likely surprise on that excursion into the past: Not a few of yesterday’s heroes would have dramatically morphed into today’s villains, with old crooks now miraculously canonised as saints.

Biafra: Ohanaeze faults DHQ, says IPOB not terrorists organisation

The apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Saturday, faulted the Defence Headquarters for labeling the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) as a terrorist organisation.


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