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.
Why democracy will continue to be threatened in Nigeria, by MASSOB
A MASSOB leader in the Southeast, Godwin Chukwudi Ugwumgbor, while reacting to Uchenwa’s statement, queried the rationale behind their continued detention and called on the federal government to release them.
Weekly political notes
Hmmm, Aisha, it is hoped you discussed with Buhari before speaking, so that it will not amount to kitchen talk. What you experienced or observed at the clinic is a metaphor for the deplorable state of public health institutions across the country.
IPOB proscription: Southeast governors are confusionists, says Junaid
Junaid Muhammad made the remark in response to an alleged declaration by Governor Okiezie Ikpeazu of Abia State, that southeast governors only banned IPOB, without declaring it a terrorist organisation.
Northern elders back dialogue with Biafra agitators
Members of the Northern Elders Forum (NEF) yesterday urged the Federal Government to dialogue with the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). The leader of the forum, Wantaregh Paul Unongo, made the call in Abuja after an emergency meeting.
Justice Kafarati ran out of court to avoid lawyers, IPOB alleges
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has alleged that the Acting Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Abuja, Justice Adamu Kafarati, ran out of his court yesterday when the group’s lawyers arrived.
IPOB’s ban, link to terrorism unconstitutional, says Saraki
In a statement by Saraki to journalists yesterday, he declared that the actions of the military and the Igbo governors did not follow due process and so were unconstitutional.
The truth is that the governors’ decision on IPOB is an act in futility. The IPOB members can change the name of their pressure group and still carry on with their activities.