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1 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Provocateurs of Ndiigbo should understand that their patience is not inexhaustible (2)
It’s unfortunate that some government officials have thrown caution to the wind and have decided to heat up the polity by what they have said. Now that the president is away, everybody should have shown self-restraint, rather than trying to exacerbate an...
2 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Moses' leadership style and Alternative History for Nigeria
It is no longer secret to say that a few Nigerian elites and intellectuals with conscience, those who have started to debate about the need for an alternative history for the nation, are viewed nowadays by the present class of Nigerian leaders as enemies...
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Divide Nigeria!
he Biafran War has been variously described in so many ways by so many people. Some have called the War pogrom, genocide, holocaust, genocaust, mass murder, ethnic cleansing, aru, ochu, civil war, etc. Some even have had the temerity to describe it as...
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Africa Cup of Nations vs Vancouver Winter Olympics
Prior to their formal openings, the recently concluded Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Angola and the current Winter Olympics in Canada were both struck by tragedy. In Angola, three members of the Togolese football team were murdered in a motorway...
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The elusiveness of security in Nigeria
The link between security and development has long been established. The general insecurity has been pointed to as one of the major reasons why Nigeria does not attract Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) as it should, given its human capital. Equally, it...
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Reflections on this state of terror
Astonishingly, some Igbo commentators climbed onto that dubious bandwagon which attacked the US action on Nigeria as “emotional”, “excessive”, “overreacting”, “disproportional”, “hasty”, “rash” and worse. It was quite disheartening to read these Igbo...
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - They came before The Empire Windrush: The African-descent presence in Britain
Text of a lecture given during the 2009 British Red Cross African-descent History Month, British Red Cross Headquarters, Moorfields, London, England, 6 October 2009. I wish to acknowledge that the phrase, “They came before”, in the caption of this paper,...
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - What exactly do the Igbos want? (a rejoinder to Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe, ‘Ndiigbo – What’s in a date?’)
And here is the dilemma: As a pan-Africanist, I hardly waste my time trying to reason with clearly jaundiced opinions that are evidently set out to promote narrow, tribalistic objectives. On the other hand, leaving writers like Mr. Ekwe-Ekwe unanswered...
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Ndiigbo - What's in a date?
For the Igbo, prior to 29 May 1966, three important holidays were high up on their annual calendar: the Igbo National Day, the iri ji, or the New Yam Festival, and 1 October. The latter was the day of celebration for the restoration of independence for...
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Babs Ajayi's Open Letter to Luis Moreno Ocampo: A few missed points
Ajayi's piece makes for an interesting reading, especially his making a case for the use of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to prosecute those mostly responsible for the carnage in Nigeria post June 12 1993 up to 1998. His argument that it was...

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