Voter Apathy And Boycott Of Elections, The Only Way To End Abusive Political Selection In Nigeria

Since Nigeria attained independence in October 1960, several elections have been held at different points in time, but none have passed the criteria for a credible, free and fair election. Since the enthronement of the All Progressives Congress, APC-led government, headed by Muhammadu Buhari, a strange and destructive scenario have been added to an already…

Arewa Commercialised Ohanaeze – Why The Proscription Stands

  The present leadership of Ohaneze Ndigbo socio-cultural group led by John (Judas) Nnia Nwodo, is grossly a commercialized and fraudulent institution, principally purposed to permanently enslave Igbo Biafrans under the fistic grip and sponsorship of the Hausa-Fulanis. There is absolutely no gainsaying the fact that both Nnia Nwodo and Ohaneze Ndigbo in it’s entirety,…

Proscription Of Ohanaeze, South-East Governors, A Vote Of No Confidence By Biafrans

  In many democratic societies across the globe, government functionaries, representatives and leaders of the people are usually expected to put the affairs of the people they are representing at the forefront before anything else. The general interest of the people is always considered while other motives are just secondary.   And in a federal…

UNITED NATIONS CANNOT COMPROMISE INTERNATIONAL LAWS GUIDING SELF-DETERMINATION BECAUSE OF NIGERIA

  The persistent agitations for the independence of the ancient nation of Biafra can no longer be jettisoned. The United Nations are being held in the juggler to do the anticipated. As the abysmal dysfunctional/ occupational government of Nigeria concocted into existence as conceptualized and endorsed by the British colonial explorers in 1914, is speedily…

Unmasking the hoax behind the viral message urging Ndigbo to promote the BBC-Igbo service

  The low patronage that has greeted the British Broadcasting Corporation Igbo (BBC-Igbo) service is well-deserved, hence their recent advertisement for Igbos to promote the station simply because it airs on their indigenous language. Ndigbo (the Igbos) have become wiser and so can no longer be used as pawns. The Igbos boycotted BBC-Igbo because they…