Still on the Ndigbo question
Last week I ended on a note that the Biafra agitation would not go away if the attitude of the centre towards Ndigbo remained unchanged. I want to add, albeit painfully, that the attitude may not change.
Quit notice: Chukwuma decries government’s inability to arrest perpetrators
The Archbishop of Enugu Ecclesiastical Province and Bishop of Enugu Diocese, Rt. Rev Emmanuel Chukwuma, yesterday expressed displeasure that those who gave Ndigbo three months...
Libraries, education, innovation and entrepreneurship
Community libraries(s), I think, should be a vital, indispensible and necessary hub of community development in this age of high technology.
Rochas, political brand, damaged at IMSU
Nearly six years ago, Owelle Ndigbo Rochas Okorocha prevailed over incumbent governor Ikedi Ohakim in a contest for the Imo state government house.
How to fasttrack South East development, by Ikpeazu
Shifting from importation to agriculture and production remains the catalyst for the development of the South East region, Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has said.
Igbo Unity, South East and Okorocha
Since May 29, last year when he was sworn into office for the second tenure, Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha has taken it upon himself to forge a new unity among Ndigbo.
No crisis in Ohanaeze Ndigbo, committee insists
Apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, yesterday stated categorically that there was neither bickering nor division within its ranks.