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NOW COMES the stone face even the dream is scared to lodge; devoid of any sway to arouse interest amongst mankind Eyes stubbornly disruptive and unwilling to conjoin adjacent brows; on an oversize-head, decked with irreconcilable facial features     NOW COMES this foul face even the Creator now questions; with unkind eyes so unsightly dazed the devil bowed to pray True, this dude, rude and crude, rules like a mindless bull; prowling furiously with...

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Nigeria owes the Igbos. The issues of the Civil War genocide have not been properly addressed. The system since the war has been so predatory to the Igbos in every sphere of social, political, and economic development. Yet, Igbos as a group do not need a ‘gift’ of any elected position as ‘reparation’ for decades of dehumanizing constitutional policies. ― Dr. Anthony Obi Ogbo Various Igbo activist groups have emerged in recent times advocating, demanding,...

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“You kept your knee on our neck. We had creative skills, but we couldn’t get your knee off our neck. It’s time for us in George’s name to stand up and say, ‘Get your knee off our necks.’” – Rev. Al Sharpton Even the dead knows what is going on right now, that the world has been busy, taking the knee for George Floyd. From the streets, states, and counties, to nation-states, and at the...

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Yet, here I am still standing, pledging allegiance to NIGERIA with all sense of patriotism—a nation still being governed by some of the leaders that masterminded the devastating genocide I survived 53 years ago. Evacuating a large family from the village, Achala, to remote farmland called Eziobibi, almost twenty miles away on foot, and through near inaccessible road-paths, and under severe weather conditions was not a joke. I was seven at the time, and I...

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One of the greatest misconceptions of Nigerians or Africans about age in leadership is being unable to differentiate age from wisdom Minutes after Professor Ibrahim A. Gambari was announced the Chief-of-Staff of Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, the social media went wild with commentaries and analysis. Professor Gambari replaces the former Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari, who died on April over COVID-19 complications. While the majority praised him as a level-headed intelligent leader...

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