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.”
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), the Igbo group pressing for a sovereign state of Biafra out of Nigeria, has brushed aside the warning of Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi State, boasting that nothing will stop them from liberating Biafra and its people from what they described as a ‘’repressive and unbecoming government of Nigeria’’.
“The anti-Ruga coalition leaders said it was an insult to lump the apex socio-political associations with the cattle herders’ body'” Akanimo Sampson writes in Opinions.
The pan-Igbo sociocultural group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo has condemned the broadcast by Abdul Azeez Suleman, speaking for a coalition of Northern Groups in which he had the audacity to give the Federal Government an ultimatum of 30 days to rescind its decision on the suspension of its RUGA settlements policy.
By Suleiman Adamu The Nigerian Presidency has again bashed the Yoruba sociocultural group, Afenifere and Ohaneze Ndigbo for disagreeing with its view that they, as socio-cultural associations, represent same interests as Miyetti […]