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I Fear For Nnamdi Kanu’s Life

Monday, 20 November 2017 by
I Fear For Nnamdi Kanu’s Life We may not see Nnamdi Kanu alive any more. I hope that I am wrong for I think he has done great things for both Nigeria and Biafra. For Nigeria he is the instrument that is motivating Nigerians to rethink the type of governmental structure it has. Should the Handshake Across the Niger come to fruition it would be a result of Mr. Kanu’s bringing awareness to the Igbo and Yoruba (Ohaneze and Afenifere). For Biafra his assertiveness has made President Buhari listen to the Igbo problem (PMB has now visited Anambra, Ebonyi, and…
Nigerian Stabbed to death on the Train in Calgary   This is not the type of news that anyone would expect from a peaceful country like Canada. Nicolas Nwonye, 46 , an engineer from Enugu state left Nigeria a couple of years ago in search of greener pastures in Canada only to be stabbed to death in cold blood last week. Did Nicolas get into a fight? No! Nicolas started a new carrier change program in Calgary just 4 weeks ago. On this fateful day, he went to the Library to study for his assignments. On his way home, he…
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 Price Drop: Many Houses and Land for Sale in Lagos   There has been lots of rumors that the Igbos have slowed down investments in Lagos. As a result, there are a lot of inventories in the market including land for sale in Nigeria or House for Sale being advertised with C-Of-O. See some Adverts on this here  Prices of properties have gone up in many South East states in Nigeria. Because of this shift, Real Estate Analysts estimated that in the next five years, the south eastern states will be as developed as Lagos. One therefore wonders if the recent developments is related to…
Ndi Igbo Kanayo ji eme onu ndewo nu! Abu m Osodieme Kanayochukwu Ifunanya Ntukogu. Ebi m na Baltimore Maryland Echiche m bu ka umu akwukwo Igbo nile na-emekorita onu, mara onwe ha, ma nwee otu usoro nkuzi Igbo anyi n'uwa nile. Unu si m bia gwa unu otu m siri bido PILA aga m abia bidolu unu PILA IGBO SCHOOL CANADA. Anyi ebidola PILA IGBO SCHOOL USA, PILA IGBO SCHOOL SOUTH AFRICA, Anyi na-eme nka a maka n'anyi achoghi ka Igbo anyi laa ka anu nka nka mpi bu "dinosaur" Leenu anyi...
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DO IGBOS GO TO A SCHOOL WHERE THEY TEACH THEM TO BE STUPID OR ARE THEY BORN STUPID? Mr. Ozodi Osuji in a rambling essay attached below asks if the Igbo are taught stupidity or were born stupid. My direct answer is that they are both taught to be stupid and are born stupid. The axiom embedded in the question is that Ndigbo are stupid. I will not challenge axioms as they are established rule, principle or law. I will assume that after careful research Mr. Osuji has established that the Igbo are stupid and have made the world accept…
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Nnamdi Kanu, A case of Subversion of the Judiciary by Buhari’s Administration That President Muhammadu Buhari is undermining the Nigeria judiciary goes without saying. The most glaring example of this subversion is best illustrated by the administration’s handling of the case of Nnamdi Kanu. A case that should not have been has now brought a direct confrontation between Mr. Kanu and the Nigerian judiciary and by extension the nation. Mr. Kanu, a young British Nigerian, has made statements that were not music to the ears of PMB, and for the speeches which the constitution of Nigeria and United Nations Commission…
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You may not be aware that this is happening but suffice it to say that the Igbo youth in Toronto Canada between the ages of 9-17 are making giant strides this summer season. According to the Youth Leader Adaoma Emenou, "We developed this program to prepare our youths to be part of the next generation leading breakthroughs in technology". The Igbo Union community in GTA Canada is leveraging the catch them young strategy to re-focus the youths to develop new skills in technology. The Igbo Youth Connect program is a program developed to improve the interaction between the youths of Igbo…
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Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi and Other Governors of NC, SW, SE, and SS States Where are You? By Benjamin Obiajulu Aduba I was living in Enugu in 1967 when the bodies and body parts of Eastern Nigerians and naked or nearly naked men and women sauntered into Enugu. Those people were dispossessed of everything they had owned in other parts of Nigeria. They arrived by trains and by roads making the Enugu train station and Ogbete Motor Park a kind of tourist points as Easterners of every tribe and tongue scoured the stations in search of family and friends. Sometimes an…
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