Nigerian Civil War
Lade Bonuola, Oba Ogunleye, others extol Odukomaiya virtues at 87
It was a morning of encomiums and tributes on Saturday, July 10, 2021, as prominent Nigerians, veteran journalists, colleagues; family members and well-wishers celebrated the 87th birthday of Prince Henry Olukayode Odukomaiya.
Igbonine (all Igbo): What do we want? - Part 2
A Nigerian President of Southeast Igbo extraction. Many Nigerians, I included, believe that this political outcome is essential to stabilize Nigeria and secure full national reconciliation
The Buhari-led Federal Government has lately been in the news for the wrong reasons—apart from for the predictable deadpan routine such as Professor Ben Ayade visiting to wave his new APC flag.
We are better together as one entity
Sir: Nigeria is a country located in West Africa which was colonised by British, granted independence in 1960 after series of throes and struggles by our exceptional elite that were diverse in religions, tribes and regions but worked together for its emancipation.
#EndSARS protests: Insuring critical assets to mitigate losses
Except for the Nigerian Civil War, the country has never witnessed the massive destruction that it did during last October’s #EndSARS protests, which set several Nigerian cities on edge
COVID-19 and the many setbacks of National Sports Festival
The introduction of the National Sports Festival in 1973 played a major role in cushioning the effect of the Nigerian Civil War, which had dealt a devastating blow to what had existed as Nigerian sports.
Nigeria’s civil war 50th anniversary, a reflection
Even though anniversaries of certain events may be worthless for nation building as some pundits claim, the 50th anniversary of the end of the Nigerian Civil War, which started in 1967 and ended in 1970...
Amotekun and ailing federation
The alarm bells have been shrill and relentless since some states in Nigeria`s Southwest decided to float a security outfit.