By Chief Dapo Fafowora I know Gambari quite well. I was the one who in 1981 brought him to the UN at his request as a member of the Nigerian delegation. He was then a senior lecturer at the ABU. In fact, the late Prof Audu, who was then... Read more
By David Hundeyin Ten years ago, when I was a 19 year-old fresher at the University of Hull, I met Ify. She was, at that time, probably the most beautiful girl I had ever set my eyes on. I immediately tripped, hit my head and went into an infatuation... Read more
Understanding Yoruba Political Mindset In The Context Of Igbo Saboteur Syndrome — A Tribute to Bishop (Prof) Funmilayo Adesanya-Davis
By: Nwankwo Tony Nwaezeigwe, PhD, DD In October 1966 my late father Lawrence Obi Nwankwo Nwaezeigwe escaped the pogrom by the whiskers in the Northern city of Bauchi. Many of his relations and Igbo ethnic compatriots were not so lucky. In 1991, my Mother’s only brother Mr. Vincent Onyeachonam—a... Read more
By Ken Ekezie   On the 13th of April, 2020, a gentleman, Franklin Ekechukwu announced the transition of his Uncle, Dr. Ebenezer Oluchukwu Ekechukwu. This was on Twitter. His exact words: “My Uncle, the man incharge of Research and Production (RAP) during Nigeria/Biafra war, The Founder and First Director... Read more
With Coronavirus, The Chickens Came Home To Roost For Nigeria
By Ugo Egbujo   Our chickens and guinea fowls are coming home to roost. Atiku’s son is positive. He is in Gwagwalada hospital . He can’t fly to Dubai. The president is in town. There are no international conferences. If he needs attention, he will have to use the... Read more
Nigeria: When Wealth Made Or Stolen Provides No Refuge Or Where To Run To
By Patrick O. Okigbo III A few weeks ago, a friend of mine called to inquire about “my plans”. My plans? He wanted to know how I was preparing for Nigeria’s eventual collapse. He then went for the pitch. Invest $150,000 in a named foreign country and be granted... Read more
By C. Dons Adinuba Immediately the one-week Biennial 12th Police Games began in Awka, Anambra State, on Saturday, February 29, the state chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Public Relations endorsed the games as a vital component of the strategy for reputation management in the state. The chapter is... Read more
Time For Global Unity

Time For Global Unity

Opinion February 28, 2020

By Arlene J. Schar and Dr. David LefflerLeffler We are living in times where people throughout the world are divided. And yet, regardless of political persuasion, there are certain points of agreement: corruption in many governments has reached unprecedented levels; ethics and integrity have given way to deal-making and... Read more
The Northern Elite vs The Northern People
By Ikechukwu Obi Let us look at Buhari’s carefully deliberate Northernization policy vis-a-vis three common Human Development Indices – Security, Economy and Education. In Security/Defence, Northern Muslims occupy – 1. President and Commander-in-Chief 2. Minister of Defence 3. NSA 4. DG DSS 5. Chief of Army Staff 6. Chief... Read more
I am humbled, happy and encouraged as President of LeAP to receive the Abiriba Emerging Leaders Award presented to The League of Abiriba Professionals – LeAP by the Enachioken in Council, for LeAP’s modest services being rendered for the development of Abiriba Kingdom. The League of Abiriba Professionals (LeAP)... Read more