What Buhari, Presidency Needs To Do To Clear The Doubts And Prove Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Wrong

  Since the advent of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the federal government of Nigeria under the control of the Northern cabals, has wittingly or unwittingly shown their desperation to curb the activities of IPOB. For the political class in Nigeria, IPOB, championing the liberation of the Biafran people,…

The Selective “Stop and Search” Order on Biafrans at Nigerian Airports, A Quick Reminder That Biafrans Aren’t Part of Nigeria

From the year 1914 when the term “Nigeria” was used to refer to the three pre-existing African regions (Biafra, Arewa and Oduduwa) by Frederick Lugard, the British mercenary, the elements of disunity, hatred, genocide, and marginalization have never been found wanting. As Agbu (2004) depicts, “Historically, indigenous societies ante-dated Nigeria, and these consisted of the…

Self-determination: Is the African Union living up to its expectations?

  In July 2016, African leaders decided to undertake institutional reforms of the African Union. The reforms aim to accelerate, reinforce and ensure service delivery to Africa’s citizens, with a special emphasis on pan-African values of unity, solidarity, freedom, and equality. Mr. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda, was appointed to lead the…

Jubril: Why Revolution Cannot Take Place In Nigeria

  In any civilized enclave, what makes revolution achievable is the nature of the citizens inhabiting it. When we talk about revolution, we talk about the competency of the citizens where revolution has taken place. When we compare and contrast the psychological ability of those citizens and that of Nigerian citizens, you would discover that…