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For Love of Biafra -By J. Ezike

The dust is yet to settle on Peter Obi’s vice presidential nomination under PDP’s political platform. Amidst the frenzy and divided sentiments, there are didactic lessons to be learnt by genuine revolutionaries of the Biafran divide, from the outcry surrounding the sudden, pretentious deification of a denizen of Igbo extraction ahead of 2019. The disputation […]

The adage of my nativity is President Muhammadu Buhari/APC Kalmar: “behind the door’s closest can’t save the murderer”. The All Progressives Congress (APC) and its presidency has murdered democracy; adopted rule of the thumb, aborted her own electoral premises, dramatizes unremitting failure, as much as introduced primitive nepotism and archaic bigotry. Shockingly, how President Buhari […]

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About this period, four years ago to be precise I had gone to visit a notable politician and a member of the Peoples Democratic Party. Politics was very much in the air then as is the case now, and my host was neck-deep in it all. He was a major grassroots politician and a man […]

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In the masterpiece, satiric comedy, The Trials of Brother Jero, Nobel laureate Prof. Wole Soyinka, captured religious hypocrisy in the form of a con, or fraud, named Brother Jero, who preaches to his followers on Bar Beach in Lagos. Brother Jero was an energetic rascal that mastered the art of manipulating his followers in an […]

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Lately, there have been several open conversations on the prevalent socio-economic backwardness in northern Nigeria. Just last week, elites from the region rose from a convention that decried the high rate of drop-outs and out-of-school children. Interestingly, the menace of insecurity in the region topped the list of factors they blamed for these contemporary realities. […]

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The legality of President Buhari’s Executive Order 6 (EO6) has been affirmed by Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu of the Abuja Federal high court and right now the most cries against EO6 seem to be centred round Buhari’s cronies not listed among the 50 persons banned from travelling outside the country but a careful look at the […]

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The news of Peter Obi’s emergence as Atiku Abubakar’s running mate was well received throughout the country especially in the South-East where people responded with joy, excitement and fanfare. Aside from the fact that he is one of their own, many in the South-East had first hand information of Obi’s larger than life performance as […]

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There are just a few people in this country wey no know sey I pitch my tent for the underdogs. It is common Knowledge, my guy. Who no know about some of my fights for the downtrodden of society, lending my voice for the voiceless and the vulnerable amongst us? It is no longer news […]

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You may call me a Prophet of doom, I really don’t care. I have to deliver my message, since we feel leadership is a concept we should treat with levity. I have just seen into 2030 and what I saw was frightening and terrifying. I saw looters enjoying proceeds of their looting, and their kids […]

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As the 2019 general election approaches, the same individuals who have wreaked incalculable havoc on the Nigerian nation are now regrouping and expunging personal disagreements in order to execute a seamless feast on the Nigerian carcass. Quite obviously, the Nigerian carcass was the overall objective which necessitated the two men to meet in Abeokuta on […]

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