Uma Ukpai slams Biafra agitators, backs Igbo presidency
The President of Uma Ukpai Evangelistic Association, Rev. Uma Ukpai, has condemned Biafra Republic agitators, saying they have shown “the level of their madness”.
OYC warns leaders against excluding Igbo youths, Biafra agitators from meetings
The Igbo youths have warned that they might be moved to revolt against leaders in the South-East zone should there be any summit in the zone in the future without their participation and those of Biafra agitators.
Without inclusive growth and opportunities, separatist agitations will continue
The European Union has expressed concerns about growing separatist agitations in the country, saying the body was interested in finding a peaceful avenue for a sustainable solution, so that the country can remain united.
Anambra Election: Calls for boycott, threats and anxieties
As the countdown continues, one of the issues that have been trending in the state is the concern for unrelenting campaign by members of the outlawed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) for a poll boycott.
PIN interrogates ‘The Poet Of Idoto’ at LABAF
“This year marks the 50th anniversary of the violent death of the eminent poet, Christopher, while in service on the side of secessionist Biafra in the Nigerian-Biafra war.”
Aberration of kingship in Igboland and a return to republicanism
Sadly, Ego-Alowes laments, the children of this republican father-figure called Eshi, have deviated from the set norm and are busy installing kings all over the land with its attendant disastrous consequences.
Lessons from Spain’s Catalonia, Iraq’s Kurdistan and Nigeria’s Biafra
The people of Catalonia, an autonomous community which is part of the independent State of Spain began their quest for full independence from Spain in the 17th Century (1640) when it first revolted against Spain.
Three perspectives on Nigeria’s progress
As regards tackling insecurity, while the pessimists acknowledge the progress in degrading the capacity of Boko Haram, they argue that other threats to national stability have been poorly managed.
Government, IPOB and the rest of us
As a matter of fact, I believe in unity in diversity. The world would be a boring place if there were no differences. When our differences come together it brings a wonderful harmony and Nigeria will be a safe place.