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Gov. Obiano’s Wife: A Charitable Defense

Gov. Obiano’s Wife: A Charitable Defense

🕔15:24, 31.Dec 2019

There is a common notion among non-Igbo, perhaps, among the Igbo too, that an Igbo man will defer marriage until he has built his own house.

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These Igbos Of Nigeria….Oh My Lord!!!

These Igbos Of Nigeria….Oh My Lord!!!

🕔01:49, 30.Nov 2019

No, Nigerians are not everywhere in the world, Igbos are. The famous slanguage “importer exporter” used to jocularly describe them is no farce.

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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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Igbo And The Nigerian Presidency

Igbo And The Nigerian Presidency

🕔13:37, 19.Nov 2019

The political theory for rotating Nigerian presidency finds its fulcrum on balancing the wheel of social justice, equity and inclusiveness in the management and governance of the Nigerian enterprise

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Nurnberg Chronicles (Part 2)

Nurnberg Chronicles (Part 2)

🕔00:19, 27.Aug 2019

In 1983, Chinua Achebe, in his epic pamphlet, The Trouble with Nigeria, excoriated Nigeria, and its corruption. He condemned this isle of his birth as “dirty, callous, noisy, ostentatious,

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Igbo Herdsmen?

Igbo Herdsmen?

🕔17:58, 8.Jul 2019

When the Igbo get involved in cow business, there will be no further need for Fulani herdsmen in Igbo land. And knowing the Igbo, they will open up shops even in Fulani towns up north.

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Beyond Merry-Making: Customs Of Indigenous Peoples And The Normative Functions Of Ceremonies In Pre-Colonial Igbo Societies (Part 3)

Beyond Merry-Making: Customs Of Indigenous Peoples And The Normative Functions Of Ceremonies In Pre-Colonial Igbo Societies (Part 3)

🕔03:41, 24.Oct 2018

Igbo attitude to ceremonies is a paradox. While exhibiting strong attributes of pragmatism (Echeruo, 1979), and even frugality in words and deeds, Igbos nonetheless acknowledged that ceremonies take the rough edge out of communal interaction and allow practical minded people a little respectable frivolity. Hence, as Echeruo has argued, “it is to these details of ceremony that we have to go to for concrete evidence of the life styles and values of any given society” (ibid., p. x). Thus, the Igbo reputation for serious-mindedness is almost counter-balanced by deference to ceremonies which allow for a little winding-down.

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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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Obasanjo Is The Grandfather Of Corruption In Nigeria–Dr. Vitus Ozoke

Obasanjo Is The Grandfather Of Corruption In Nigeria–Dr. Vitus Ozoke

🕔06:09, 14.Feb 2018

What did Obasanjo achieve for Nigeria? Nothing. Has he accounted for the several billions of dollars that he supposedly spent on the power sector?

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REVEALED: Okorocha Is Not An Igbo Man

REVEALED: Okorocha Is Not An Igbo Man

🕔19:57, 24.Sep 2017

Emmanuel, the brother of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has insisted that Imo state Governor Rochas Okorocha is not Igbo.

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