Igboland is not landlocked
It’s often said that a lie told so many times, if unchallenged, may - in course of time - begin to pass for the truth.
What was done that should have been done
Within twenty-four hours of its commencement, it was already a matter of regret. It is the military coup d’etat, a blow against the state of Nigeria.
Former Kwara acting governor, Col. Adedipe, passes on at 78
Former acting military governor of Kwara State, Col. John Olajide Adedipe, has passed on at his Ibadan, Oyo State residence. Adedipe, who died on April 17, after a brief illness, was born in Jebba
The intrigues are not lost on us
Life, the poets say, is a tragic comedy. And contemporary Nigeria certainly provides all the evidence; doesn’t it? Such evidence has of late become all too palpable.
‘We must tinker with our political system to tackle our challenges’
Well, I don’t know. We are talking about Nigeria, a gem of a country. There are not many countries like Nigeria.
Osinbajo cautions against repeat of civil war tragedy
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has described the Nigerian Civil war of 1967-1970 as a national tragedy that should never be allowed to repeat itself, adding that it is important to ensure that equity, justice and fairness prevail in Nigeria.
Posterity will not forgive another civil war
One thing we must not deny ourselves is the right to know the history of our nation. History is such an important subject that only idiots or clowns will not appreciate its significance.
Civil War: ‘It was not a good story’
I was 19 years old and I served two years in the Biafran Army. I was 20 years when the war ended and at 21, I joined the Nigerian Army.