Igbos are not marginalised in Nigeria but going through a process of integration after war. The ramifications of all wars are similar – for losers . . .
The Igbos must reform, reorganize, jettison their defeatist attitude, change their mien and engage in skillful and engaging politics, if they must compete for power. Nnamdi Kanu single-handedly brought the “Giant of Africa” to the brink. Nigeria just receded from the brink! . . .
Kanu’s lawyers ask court to order Buratai to produce Nnamdi Kanu; Ekweremadu & Other Igbo Senators Meet Buhari Over IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu; IPOB: Senate, South East Governors To Meet Buhari Over Agitations; We won’t abandon Nnamdi Kanu – South-East governors; Fayose, you can’t be our presidential candidate – PDP; 2019: Fayose to declare presidential ambition tomorrow Biafran government will banish Fr. Mbaka – BZF . . .
The Nigerian military will on Monday September 18, 2017 commence total onslaught against Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his Biafra separatist group, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) . . .
AFTERMATH is the consequences or aftereffects of a significant unpleasant event. The event refers to the agitations for the actualization of Biafra. Biafra separatists seek to have their Biafra through a cacophony of deafening alarm bells: a referendum, plebiscite or secession . . .
APC to submit committee recommendations on restructuring to FG – Oyegun; Poster to recall Senate president Bukola Saraki flood Ilorin; Dino’s recall: Court dismisses Dino’s suit, asks INEC to continue recall process; Dino’s recall: Dino reacts to court ruling ordering INEC to continue his recall process; Customs seize 1,100 imported rifles at Lagos Port; Buhari & traditional rulers meet in Aso Rock; Soldiers Storm Nnamdi Kanu’s village House In Abia state; Buratai may force us to take up arms and fight – Nnamdi Kanu; Army Reacts To Attack On Nnamdi Kanu’s village home; Police Reacts To Attack On Nnamdi Kanu’s village home; Southeast governors worried over shooting near Kanu’s home . . .
The politics of self-determination, management of economic resources, redrafting the polity and/or creating a new constitution, sustaining the unitary system (masquerading as federalism) by beneficiaries and/or derivation and “restructuring” by losers is now de rigueur.
Southeast and South-South governors have renewed their faith in “One Nigeria.” Despite what they called obvious marginalisation in the distribution of the national cake, the governors renewed their faith in a united Nigeria . . .
THE LETTER is a 2012 American movie starring Winona Ryder and James Franco. According to the plot, a playwright suffers from paranoia and hallucinations as she attempts to stage a new production. She is uncertain over whether she is deluded or if there is a plot against her.
The son of the erstwhile Head of State of the defunct Republic of Biafra, Emeka Ojukwu Jr. (photo: above) has disowned the two pro-Biafra groups, IPOB and MASSOB, insisting his father, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu met . . .