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1 Nigeriaworld -- All About Nigeria
Daily news updates, viewpoints, feature articles and essays on Nigeria, Africa and the world in general, from a Nigerian perspective.
2 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Nigerians in South Africa: Guilty as charged
In democratic South Africa black-on-black violence is repackaged as xenophobic attack. The white media and opposition Democratic Alliance, DA, repeatedly declared that though African countries helped in defeating Apartheid, black South Africans felt they could not be "perpetually obliged" to their erstwhile liberators now invading South Africa.
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - NDDC, Semenitari and Rivers APC
We are not unmindful that Semenitari's travails are linked to the activities of petition writers from the region. From her own Ijaw ethnic group have emerged implacable enemies who will stop at nothing to pull her down from her lofty position.
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - BOOK REVIEW: Captain August Okpe's "The Last Flight"
The author is emphatic his work 'is limited to dealing with facts, figures and events affecting persons involved in aviation particularly of the military kind' (p.195). Non-combat pilots flying relief sorties into Biafra, by implication, fall outside its scope. As long as subject matter is concerned, the work chronicles the genesis of BAF, exploits of Biafran combat pilots, their planes; and jungle airports of Udi, Uga, Uli, Okija; and Gabonese airports of Libreville and Nzomo Major that served them. With a hundred and two never-seen-before photos, BAF operational maps, secret codes....
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Arc. Etteh: Transcending mental Delta
A stupendously wealthy merchant from present day Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government Area, LGA, of Bayelsa State, amassed wealth in the 1940s sending his fleet to distant markets in Yenagoa, Warri, Port Harcourt and Onitsha. For Yeigba Tombebe, the Niger Delta was El Dorado.
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Down with Radio Biafra!
Radio Biafra said that Yorubas were traitors not to be trusted. That Hausas were evil worse than the Aids virus and Ebola. That Owelle Rochas Okorocha was a homosexual and a traitor. Though elected governor, Okorocha could never qualify as traditional ruler in Igboland on account of his Hausa father. That President Muhammadu Buhari was a rapist, pedophile and terrorist. That Ohaneze Ndigbo was dubious and incompetent.
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Rivers 2015 and the riverine question
For Wike to now aspire for governorship when he clearly knows the rule is to reawaken in these minorities a deep seated suspicion about the Ikwerre man's sense of justice. Make no mistake about it; Wike's merits are Ikwerres' as he presumes to be that ethnic group's ventriloquist. You could say the same of his faults. Like the Negro, he carries the burden of his race. Now that he's making a mistake, it was Ikwerres making the mistake in the eyes of riverine.
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Book Review: Through the window of a sandcastle
A collection of 69 poems, the book is divided into four parts: 'wreaths,' 'voyages,' 'garlands' and 'and milestones.' These divisions are arbitrary with little bearing on the poet's perception of reality or art form. His free style is characterized by the deliberate absence of punctuations leading to seamless narration. One section flawlessly flows into another or be read as a single verse with cognitive form and content.
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Book Review: Conscience and History - My Story, By Peter Odili
There is a didactic dimension in 'Conscience and History' [By Peter Odili] that supersedes its overt politics. In reviewing this book I have prioritised what I consider as its dual mandate in the reformation of the black youth and family, all in the bid to decode the hero's success story. How does the black youth help himself given a sudden hiccup in the family? Reshuffle the cards, how does the black family bring out the best in the youth without stifling his natural abilities?
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Further and better Japan's policy on Africa
We African peoples are slowly beginning to respond to events around us. We note that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe recently hosted two conferences in his capital Tokyo. The first was a demeaning tea party called the Tokyo International Conference on African Development, TICAD, between him and forty African presidents. Abe's manner was patronizing, his intentions ambiguous and his commitment to African development nil.

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