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Aburi: Emeka Ojukwu Unfulfilled Promise And Lies Of Yakubu Gowon

Aburi: Emeka Ojukwu Unfulfilled Promise And Lies Of Yakubu Gowon

🕔02:11, 9.Feb 2020

It had nothing that has anything to do with the Civil War. It was about a love affair rather than a war affair. There was nothing about the civil war in that book which had a misleading title

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50 Years After The Civil War

50 Years After The Civil War

🕔17:55, 17.Jan 2020

The fibers holding Nigeria together is as thin as a thread and would cut off anytime soon. 50 years on, the struggle for Biafra is still alive

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Fifty Years After, Nigerians Yet To Learn The Futility Of War- Gov. Ishaku

Fifty Years After, Nigerians Yet To Learn The Futility Of War- Gov. Ishaku

🕔00:21, 17.Jan 2020

This is coming as the governor also promised to support security services with more funds to boost logistics for maintenance of peace in the state.

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Ndigbo In Contemporary Nigeria: Problems, Prospects And The Way Forward

Ndigbo In Contemporary Nigeria: Problems, Prospects And The Way Forward

🕔04:48, 27.Nov 2019

Ndigbo need to undertake a thorough self-appraisal of their place in contemporary Nigerian politics along the lines I have indicated above.

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Why I Cannot Describe General Yakubu Gowon As A Hero

Why I Cannot Describe General Yakubu Gowon As A Hero

🕔13:04, 24.Oct 2019

When the real history of the country is written the role of General Yakubu Gowon and the other Nigerian commanders during the civil war will be put in proper perspective.

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Numbers On The Clock Did Not Change, Time keepers Changed The Clock (Part Two)

Numbers On The Clock Did Not Change, Time keepers Changed The Clock (Part Two)

🕔07:15, 2.Dec 2018

Those great scholars and statesmen had one thing in common when they were abroad. They traveled abroad to get higher education and to return  to the motherland as soon as their studies were completed. They all had in mind to come back home to help in any way possible to make life a better place for themselves, their families and fellow citizens. None of them wanted to stay or stayed overseas forever. In those days, Nigeria had an enabling environment, a rich land, risks were minimized, no kidnappings, children were protected and unemployment among university graduates did not exist. In short, the environment was warm, welcoming and nurturing which facilitated a sense of belonging. The country then was very attractive, and the government provided tolerable enabling environment for those scholars to return home.

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Biafra, Buhari And His ‘Soft’ Civil War–Femi Fani-Kayode

Biafra, Buhari And His ‘Soft’ Civil War–Femi Fani-Kayode

🕔16:19, 8.Jun 2018

One of the most wicked and despicable lies that President Muhammadu Buhari has ever told is that the Nigerian Army was “soft” on the Biafrans and “restrained” during the civil war, implying that our soldiers did not indulge in genocide and mass murder.

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PMB, MKO, June 12, And Democracy Day: The Wrongheaded Celebration Of A National Tragedy

PMB, MKO, June 12, And Democracy Day: The Wrongheaded Celebration Of A National Tragedy

🕔13:28, 7.Jun 2018

Whether it is political opportunism or nationalistic instinct and pragmatism, the truth will remain that Buhari’s heart is in the right place in trying to immortalize and memorialize Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale (MKO) Abiola. However, the relationship Nigeria should have with MKO is that of memorial, not celebration. There is nothing about MKO that should be celebratory.

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An Open Letter To My Ikwerre Brethren

An Open Letter To My Ikwerre Brethren

🕔08:03, 8.May 2018

We know what happens when two married old friends divorce

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An Open Letter To My Fellow Youths

An Open Letter To My Fellow Youths

🕔05:36, 24.Sep 2017

War is not all about the guns and bombs, war also consist of Rape, genocide, Hunger, diseases, kidnapping, captivation, molestation..

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