WHEN HOMECOMING IS DANGEROUS

Reviewing the Assassination of Ogacheko Atanu and a Warning to Nigerians in Diaspora on the State of Insecurity in Nigeria by Frank Tietie Ogacheko Atanu, an Idah born, world acclaimed and Saudi Arabia based drilling engineer was assassinated by unknown gunmen on Saturday, 9th of January, 2021 while holidaying in his country home in Idah, Kogi State of Nigeria. He was scheduled to travel back to Saudi on the morning of the next day before he was killed on that night in his hometown. Ogacheko had such a brilliant career while he was at Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), Nigeria.…
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ImeIme Umana:First-ever female president of Harvard Law Review

ImeIme Umana:First-ever female president of Harvard Law Review
ImeIme Umana:First-ever female president of Harvard Law Review A shining example is Ms. ImeIme Umana, a Nigerian descent, but born in the United States, beats other eleven candidates – mostly Whites off-course, to become the First-ever female president of Harvard Law Review – a position that former president Barak Obama once held while at Harvard Law School.  I ran into Ms. Umana at Harvard in 2013 during my leadership program at Harvard Kennedy School.  She is a brilliant mind.  With two other Nigerians, we talked passionately about Nigeria’s decadence and way forward.  Despite the immense brainpower and professional expertise that…
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Nigeria: 130-Year-Old Harvard Law Review Elects Nigerian As First Black Woman President

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Nigeria: 130-Year-Old Harvard Law Review Elects Nigerian As First Black Woman President First black woman president Harvard law, ImeIme Umana. By Idris Ibrahim A Nigerian, ImeIme Umana, has made history as the first black woman president of the Harvard Law Review, a prestigious legal journal in the United States. Former U.S. President Barack Obama was the first black to be elected president of the Harvard Review in 1990. Ms. Umana, who is of Nigerian descent, but hails from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in the United States, has become the 131st leader of the organization The job is considered the highest student position…
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Diaspora Participation in the Proposed National Conference

 Dear Onye Igbo, We are happy to note that the first question presented to Vice President Namadi Sambo when he had a Town Hall meeting with Nigerians in Canada on May 4, 2013, was posed by the Igbo Union of Canada and it was specifically on the National Conference issue. This was our question: Considering the fact that Boko Haram has rejected your Administration’s offer of Amnesty and has promised continued and more severe terrorist activities until a Sharia State is achieved in Nigeria, suggesting a possible religious civil war, the consequences of which we all can imagine, why is…
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