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IPOB is Absolutely Necessary for the Fight for the Emancipation of Igbo Land - Igbo Stakeholders
IPOB is Absolutely Necessary for the Fig...

IPOB is Absolutely Necessary for the Fight for the Emancipation of Igbo Lan...

Resolutions Reached The Meeting Between Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Some Igbo Stakeholders Being Facilitated By Nzuko Umunna (Bridge Builders) at the Peace And Reconciliation Meeting On July 5th, 2020. The discussions held between Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and some stakeholders of Igbo land and the resolutions... read more »

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta Condemns Racism, Says No Community is Superior
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta Condemns...

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta Condemns Racism, Says No Community is Super...

….the President of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta has made the call for less emphases to be made on race as all races are equal. The President made the call on Wednesday in an interview with the Atlantic Council where he referenced Kenya’s experiences as a model for U.S. as she seeks to rise above... read more »

Remembering the Apo6; 15 Years After by Charles Ogbu
Remembering the Apo6; 15 Years After by ...

Remembering the Apo6; 15 Years After by Charles Ogbu

Today makes it 15 years since 5 Igbo traders along with their female friend were brutally murdered by men of the Nigerian Police Force led by then Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Danjuma Ibrahim at a police checkpoint in Gimbiya street, area 11, Garriki, Abuja because the female victim turned... read more »

George Floyd Killing – African Implications Of Continued Hatred Of Black Bodies
George Floyd Killing – African Implicati...

George Floyd Killing – African Implications Of Continued Hatred Of Black Bo...

5th June 2020   The agonizing killing of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 in open view of the world by a White police officer assisted by 3 other non-Black officers, one of them Oriental, in America, is yet another hate-fuelled killing of a Black body. On that same day, in another part of America... read more »

George Floyd, The Black Race, and The Greatest Love of All - Reno Omokri
George Floyd, The Black Race, and The Gr...

George Floyd, The Black Race, and The Greatest Love of All – Reno Omo...

God created diversity. It is satan that created racism. How do I know? The first time racism occurred in Scripture (“Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman whom he had married”-Numbers 12:1), God punished the racists. Many people have asked why I am yet to comment... read more »

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Opinion: An Open Letter to President Muhammadu Buhari - Fani-Kayode

Opinion: An Open Letter to President Muhammadu Buhari – Fani-Kayode

Mr. President, many believe that you cannot read and those that believe that you can claim that you cannot go beyond three lines. They say outside of that you can only comprehend... read more »

Bishop Matthew Kukah's Homily at the Funeral Mass of Seminarian Michael Nnadi

Bishop Matthew Kukah’s Homily at the Funeral Mass of Seminarian Michael Nnadi

Homily of His Lordship Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah at the Funeral Mass of Seminarian Michael Nnadi at Good Shepherd Seminary Kaduna (11th February 2020). 1. We have gathered around the... read more »

Amotekun is a Battle Won in the Federalism War - Afenifere

Amotekun is a Battle Won in the Federalism War – Afenifere

The General Assembly of Afenifere held today at the Àkúrẹ́ home of the Leader, Chief R.F Fasoranti OFR. After exhaustive deliberations on the state of the country, the following... read more »

Junaid Mohammed’s Echo Chamber and the Amotekun Civil War - Reno Omokri

Junaid Mohammed’s Echo Chamber and the Amotekun Civil War – Reno Omokri

Recently, the firebrand ex Second Republic member of the House of Representatives, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, warned or threatened that Nigeria may experience another civil war if the Western... read more »

Buried for 50 years: Britain’s Shameful Role in the Biafran War by Frederick Forsyth

Buried for 50 years: Britain’s Shameful Role in the Biafran War b...

A million children starved to death. I’m haunted by the images I saw there – and by the complicity of the Wilson government It is a good thing to be proud of one’s country, and I am – most of... read more »