Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu
3 Mar 2021
It is now reasonably established that the main Cause of the Nigeria’s Civil War is the failure of the ethnic Nationalities comprised in Nigeria at their Meeting held in Aburi, 4-8 January 1967 to agree on a True and Sustainable Federation for Nigeria.
13 Jan 2021
The choice of the topic ‘Onodu Anyi bu Igbo taa’ (The State of Igbos in Contemporary Society) stirs mixed feelings in me and I believe that this is true of any Igbo son and daughter who is conscious of our history and journey as a nation within a country.
27 Nov 2018
Last week our Armed Forces fighting the Boko Haram terrorists and their comrades in arms from the deadly Islamic State West Africa...
18 Sep 2018
I was invited by Emeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, the ex-Biafran leader to review his book, “Because I am Involved,” which was launched on Thursday, July 20, 1989. The book was dedicated to his children – Emeka, Mimi, Okigbo and Ebele – as well as to his father, mother and “the poor and needy whose anguish ensures my…
26 Sep 2017
At Newswatch we must have had close to a dozen interviews with Emeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu after his return from exile in Ivory Coast.
24 Aug 2017
It should be clear by now to the citizens who are genuinely concerned about saving the country from careering into mortal catastrophes that their first task is to rescue their president.
24 Aug 2017
The critics who quarrel with the brevity of President Muhammadu Buhari’s welcome back speech either did not listen to that speech last Monday morning or they were simply incapable...
21 Aug 2017
President Mohammadu Buhari has declared that agitations for a division of Nigeria were a waste of time as he and other national leaders including late Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu have already discussed and agreed that the unity of the country was not negotiable.
6 Jul 2017
I read the open letter to Ango Abdullahi by B.I.C Ijomah in The Guardian of June 29, 2017. The antics of the learned professor these days, honestly, need not be defended.
19 May 2017
When life in the present tense becomes difficult or outright a hard scrabble, it is both easy and tempting to wallow in the somnolence of nostalgia. And romanticise the past as the golden period of our national history.
14 Mar 2017
When Mathew Okikiola Aremu Olusegun Obasanjo was born there was no record of his birth date because his father was illiterate. When he met an Indian astrologer he thought he had found...