The most outstanding issues in Anambra State today regarding the conduct of the incumbent Chief Security Officer and Governor Mr Peter Obi are: 1. Failure of Peter Obi to ensure effective investigation to unravel and/or disclose the whole truth about what happened to Igbo sons at Ezu River, whose naked and half clothed corpses were…
Why we killed the Igboman General Aguiyi Ironsi and installed a Northerner Gowon according to Lt. Gen. Useni
Rtd Lt General Jeremiah Useni, Chairman, ACF Board of Trustees Translated By Sani Tukur-PREMIUM TIMES Lt. General Jeremiah Useni needs no introduction. The prominent role he played during the reign of late Head of State, Sani Abacha, as Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, is well known. However, there are two things about Jeremiah…
By Onyebuchi Ukagha Those contemplating voting for or supporting APC in the upcoming Anambra State Governorship election must be made of the fate of those Igbos deported from Lagos by the founders of APC. These innocent hard working man and women, some of them abducted on their way back from work, illegally detained, tortured before…
Tragedy struck again in Nigeria as the endless cycle of death visited the country again as BBC reports the sinking of a boat on the River Niger in central Nigeria, leaving at least 42 people dead, officials say. Rescue teams are searching for a further 100 people reported missing.
Igbos are main victims of Boko Haram because of their high numbers in Northern Nigeria says Catholic Bishop
Picture: Rev. Father Kukah with his Igbo hosts Aka Ikenga in Lagos Those who believe that Igbos are often the target of violent attacks especially by Boko Haram terrorists in the northern parts of Nigeria are wrong. This is the view of Rev. Fr. Matthew Hassan Kukah, Catholic Bishop of the Archdiocese of Sokoto.
Indications have emerged that Samantha Lewthwaite, the British widow known as “White Widow” accused of masterminding the terrorist attack on Kenyan shopping mall in which over 60 people were killed, was in Nigeria and evaded detection, according to a report in the UK-based newspaper, Daily Mirror.
We politicians have failed the masses says David Mark In a surprisingly candid assessment of the state of Nigeria, the country’s Senate on Thursday gave their assessment of the nation 53 years after independence, asking political leaders to search their souls just as the Upper Legislative Chamber urged them to shun greed and selfishness.