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.
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.”
Who are the civil war victims?
Yet, it is too early to commend the government for the announcement of its decision to pay the civil war victims. Any commendation should only come when some posers the decision has thrown up have been sufficiently resolved.
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.
Anambra: An open letter to INEC
Our people appreciate the rat race involved in this election and cannot pretend to be unmindful of efforts by those who boast of their contact in high places in Abuja to subvert the will of the people.
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.
Uwazurike appeals order of arrest, detention
The case was between Uwazurike and defendants, Chigozie Iheama, a Lawyer; Commissioner of Police, Imo State; ASP Donatus Apka and Inspector Richard Ofoegbu.