Koko Kalango’s One Love… Set for virtual presentation
Koko Kalango’s new book, One Love: Over A Century of Jamaicans Contribution to Nigeria’s Development, is set for virtual presentation. Though some important details are still being firmed up, the presentation is scheduled for December 12, 2020. The book, which covers a period of over 170 years, is divided into three parts: Pre-Nigeria to the…
Anyaoku, Anambra elders intervene in Obiano, monarchs’ rift
Prominent elders in Anambra State led by Emeka Anyaoku have reportedly stepped in to address the bitter rift between Governor Willie Obiano and the 12 traditional rulers suspended by the state government for traveling to Abuja last month. The monarchs allegedly backed by oil magnate Prince Arthur Eze hit the national capital, allegedly aiming to…
‘Nigeria must restructure to dignify June 12’
Calls for the restructuring of the country resounded again yesterday as Nigerians reacted to today’s maiden celebration of June 12 as Democracy Day.The event marks 27 years since the annulment of the June 12, 1993 presidential election...
Nwabueze, Anyaoku, Osoba harp on restructuring
A Constitutional lawyer and elder statesman, Prof. Ben Nwabueze; former Commonwealth Secretary-General, Chief Emeka Anyaoku and erstwhile governor of Ogun State, Aremo Olusegun Osoba, have reiterated the need for restructuring, true federalism and review of the 1999 Constitution.
Anyaoku, Duke, Nwabueze, others want national dialogue to douse political tension
The Project Nigeria Movement (PNM) has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to urgently set up a National Consultative and Reconciliatory Commission of Eminent...
Nigeria on the brink: A message to our president and the National Assembly
In the face of the current state of affairs in our country, I would like to take this opportunity to deliver a message principally to our president and members of the National Assembly.
Anyaoku calls on governments to empower Nigerian youths through sports
Former Commonwealth Secretary General, Emeka Anyaoku has called on the Federal and states’ governments to fashion out clear policies for youth empowerment in Nigeria, saying it is one way of creating sustainable development in the country.
Anyaoku insists only restructuring can guarantee Nigeria’s unity
Former Commonwealth secretary-general, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, has reiterated the need for urgent restructuring of the country, on which, he noted, its unity, stability and development depend.
Anyaoku blames military for Nigeria’s under-development
Former Commonwealth Secretary General, Chief Emeka Anyaoku, has lamented military incursion in Nigeria’s political space, insisting the action negatively affected the nation’s development.