Nigerian Civil War
Alatise: We must prioritise minerals needed for industrialisation, infrastructure requirements
High risk allocation in early-phase mining projects means that activities such as exploration and ore reserve estimation are the most difficult to obtain funding from standard project finance sources.
In January, the spirits are busy and hungry
January is a special month for Nigeria. It is even more special than October when Nigeria gained her independence. It is often assume that when the night falls on December 31...
The men died
I lived in the Biafran enclave during the Nigerian civil war until our part of the world was liberated by Nigerian soldiers. The transistor radio was my inseparable companion as it was the companion of most of our people during that war.
Emotions, joy as retired Nigerian Biafran policemen receive pension, 47 years after
“It is immaterial which government paid ex-Biafra policemen their pensions and entitlements. If it is the present government, the effort is highly commendable. Anything good is good. It is always a means of healing old wounds.
Referendum as stepping stone for rescuing Nigeria from the precipice
This is an invaluable book on issues, options and solutions to the Nigerian political crisis.
PTAD to pay ex-Biafran police officers pensions benefits
Police officers who served in the Biafran side during the Nigerian civil war from 1967-1970 would receive their pensions benefits from the Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD) from Friday, October 20, 2017 in Enugu.
Kakadu… Nigerian Civil War musical theatre thrills South Africans
Award-winning total theatre feast, and undoubtedly, one of Nigeria’s ‘box office success stories,’ Kakadu The Musical recently treated audiences in South Africa...
The devil’s playground
Those beating the drums of war, with their tactless tongues and others stoking the flames of disunity with their treasonable songs, in our dear nation Nigeria must be reminded that war is no picnic in paradise.