In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Martin Ezimano writes: “It was Biafra, contrary to popular misconception, that the supreme storyteller Chinua Achebe had in mind in choosing the title THERE WAS A COUNTRY.”
General Gowon has declared that without the Igbos Nigeria as a nation would not be complete and that the absence of the tribe’s hard work and brains would have made the country poorer.
“Historically and geographically, Nigeria sits on a tripod namely: North, East and West,” the group’s leader claimed.
The continuation of the historic Eri Kingdom calls to question, the “Igbo has no king” narrative that is taught in Nigerian history classes.
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.”
With over 50 Igbo people so far kidnapped in Benue State in a matter of weeks, some aggrieved Igbo youths are currently considering to unleash reprisal attacks in the bleeding state as the security agencies are allegedly unwilling to protect them and their investments.
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“We are still discussing, in priority, the Development of Igboland, surrounded completely by a heavily-armed adversary that has forcefully returned to a 52-Year bid for our annihilation, instead of its Defence,” Tony Nnadi writes in Opinions.
Political and socio-cultural leaders of Eastern Nigeria, the hotbed of the undying Biafra agitation, who have been identified as ‘’enemies’’ of the struggle of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are now to be treated as ‘’traitors’’ of the Igbo people, an IPOB source said from Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.
The Igbo are today a beggarly nation of impotent, lachrymal people now weeping about “marginalization” and waiting for Nigeria to collapse or let them go, so that they will go and make something of themselves. This is an over-indulged generation. The last of the Igbo are old and dying; the current Igbo are “inferior Igbo.” They are just waiting for Godot.
Okpa, a popular food in the eastern part of Nigeria traditionally prepared in solid form with palm oil, has been put in powder form. Instead of the solid form found in markets […]