In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Russell Bluejack writes: “Let the Igbo start with economic freedom. All the noise about the success of the Igboman comes to nothing, if the East remains the most underdeveloped region in Nigeria.”
Perspective | Why Alaigbo will never develop or be liberated under the ‘1999 Constitution’ — Prof. Chinweizu
Why do Igbos have so many thinkers who grab the surface of things and refuse to look below appearances and see deeper? When the obvious isn’t being done, shouldn’t we look deeper and look for why? Maybe there is something hidden from our view that’s preventing it. Like they say: If you don’t understand a problem you can’t fix it. Hence prescriptions have to be based on comprehensive and detailed diagnosis, no? A medical history of a disease is the first step towards understanding its causes.