By Josh Amaezechi Step 1: They tell each of them that he is a presidential material; that he would be the First Executive President of Nigeria from Igboland. Step 2: They tell them to contribute money to the party so that their influence within the party would grow. The Governor …Read More »
KC wrote: From this report, it’s very easy to see that the reporter is a Yoruba tribalist. I was anxious to read but your stark bias has marred your reportage ability. WHICH WAY NIGERIA? Many other reader commented to say that the story below was fabricated by a Yoruba journalist …Read More »
About 40 vehicles have been burnt in the clash between Yorubas and Igbos in Mushin area of Lagos as the army and police moved in to the quell the violence. Affected streets are Odushina, by Oloje; Dramola Street, Olapeju, Oshoro, Akinwunmi and Ladipo Market. Residents in the affected areas were …Read More »
Are Nigeria’s South Eastern Governors/Leaders Cowards, Disappointments, Disgrace or Heroes to Igbos ?
Nigeria? STEVE OKO asks why South-East governors and political leaders have maintained stoic silence in the face of the perceived persecution of their people and issues affecting the general well-being and welfare of Ndigbo, contrary to what obtains in other geo-political zones. The disposition of governors of South Eastern states, …Read More »
Nigeria: It is very sadden that the ethnic misunderstandings and disunity has continued among the Nations who made up the present day Nigeria. Nigeria has a long history of ethnic crises, clashes and killing where one ethnic group rise up to kill and commit genocide on another. The last report …Read More »
I came across this article and decided to share it for two reason. 1, For you to Criticize it constructively with Facts and Figures or for you to applaud and share to your friends. The story of the true identity of Igbos in Nigeria and all others from the old …Read More »