Assuming Nnamdi Kanu Is Right About President Buhari And Nigeria?

  Before we continue our discussion today, I want to correct an error in last Sunday essay, namely, the statement that Isaac Adaka Boro’s insurrection was quickly and violently put down by the Balewa government. Actually, the government of Alhaji Abubakar Tafawa Balewa was toppled by the military coup of January 15, 1966 in which…

The Obi Trap and The Naivety Of Igbo Leaders

Ohaneze Ndigbo – the said apex socio-cultural group of the Igbo ethnic group – is today divided over which presidential candidate to be supported during Saturday’s election. A faction of the group led by its president, John Nnia Nwodo, endorsed Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, while the opposing faction led by the embattled Secretary-General, Mr. Uche Okwukwu,…

The Choice of Biafra Referendum Over Nigeria Election

It is sympathetic to note that the fictional leaders-of-tomorrow in Nigeria who are currently the victims of absolute deprivation, still go about in a visionless manner, giving the shifty politicians responsible for their misery, continued backing to continue in their savagery in the name of getting Nigeria “working again” or “moving to the next level.”…