Group flays EFCC over alleged victimisation of Ndigbo
The Coalition of South East Youth Leaders (COSEYL) has decried the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for allegedly sealing property belonging to people of the South East
Yoruba, Ndigbo, Arewa call for re-awakening of June 12 spirit
Opinion leaders, traditional rulers and notable leaders of thought in South West, South East and northern Nigeria have called for re-awakening of the June 12 spirit...
Nigeria would have been poorer without Igbo, says Gowon
Former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon (rtd), yesterday stated that Nigeria would not be complete without Ndigbo, adding that the absence of Igbo’s intelligentsia...
Igbo will either be a full part of Nigeria, or will find their way
Nigeria and Nigerian politicians have been very unfair and very unkind to Ndigbo. Various governments have treated Ndigbo not as full partners in the federation...
At Ekifest 2019, arts, culture take centre stage
Last week, Ekiti State stood still, as art and culture took over the landscape. The entire state literally poured into Ado, the capital, to celebrate this year’s Ekiti Festival...
Ohanaeze to commence peace talks with diaspora Igbo
The Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council (OYC) yesterday said it has concluded arrangements to commence peace talks with Igbo and agitators in the Diaspora to find a way of ending attacks...
To keep Nigeria united, Ndigbo must take its turn at presidency, says Nebo
Former Minister of Power, Prof Chinedu Nebo, in this interview with Southeast Bureau Chief, LAWRENCE NJOKU, explains why Ndigbo should be allowed to produce President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor in 2023 and why stable power supply will continue to elude the country
‘People defending Nigeria’s present unitary structure are enemies of progress’
I had a burden. My people, the Igbo, were disorganised to the point that everybody was afraid to talk about issues affecting us as a people.