Nigerian Union dispute: The Self-determination imperative, the Secessionist/Separatist labeling and the dawning of reality — Op-ed by Tony Nnadi of NINAS/LNC.
“The criminals went further to carry out arson and destruction of businesses and homes at Ishieke junction (along Owerri-Onitsha Express Way) as a vendetta against the citizens for not complying with the illegal order,” the Nigerian Army alleged.
#BREAKING: Troops raid suspected #IPOB/ESN hideout in Enugu State. Why would a modern people opt to be chased about like rats, outcasts or common criminals instead of challenging or engaging strategically as equals?
In its first official response to the viral Economist’s article, “A crime scene in the heart of Africa: Insurgency, secessionism and banditry threaten Nigeria,” the Nigerian Presidency has admitted that the international magazine was correct in a number of ways, but claimed that they got a lot of points wrong.
The Nigerian Army has been rattled by a recent article published by The Economist, a London based magazine, titled “The Crime Scene at the Heart of Africa: Insurgency, Secessionism and Banditry Threaten Nigeria.”