Concluding part of Bamiduro’s piece and others. Yes, the Igbo have been wronged but the wrong is our mutual fault, it is our mutual responsibility. The Yoruba is not an enemy of the Igbo as I believe the Igbo is not an enemy of the Yoruba. There are many detribalized Igbo as there are many detribalized Yoruba; I am thoroughly de-tribalized.
Daily Archives: November 9, 2012
The recent discovery of the corpse of a young man in the wheel well or undercarriage compartment of an Arik Airline aircraft that returned to the country from New York, in the United States, has raised salient questions on security at Murtala Mohammed International Airport, in Lagos.
Sitting comfortably in one of the sofas in her sitting room at her Nnewi country home and beaming with smiles was Nigeria’s first woman governor, Dame Virgy Etiaba. Mama Anambra, as she is fondly called will on Sunday, November 11, 2012, clock 70.
Ahead of the swearing-in of re-elected President Barack Obama in January, supporters of defeated Mitt Romney have threatened to pack up and move to Caanada. According to agency report, this happens every four years, usually right around September
A police corporal, Jeremiah Yusuf, has lost four children in a fire incident at Tudun-Wada Quarters of Gusau, Zamfara State. The night inferno occurred at the residence of the police corporal following alleged sudden restoration of electricity at Tudun Wada area in Gusau metropolis.
House of Representatives yesterday backtracked on its hard line position not to subject the outcome of the constitution amendment process to a referendum. Speaker of the House, Aminu Tambuwal, in a bid to give the people a stronger voice on issues for amendment
Chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Committee, Bukar Abba Ibrahim has refuted comments made by the Chief of Army Staff, Azubuike Ihejirika that over 3,000 people had been killed by Boko Haram
There was pandemonium in the Ogbosisi section of the Bridgehead Market in the commercial city of Onitsha gutted by fire on Wednesday night, even as traders accused the local vigilance group and past executive of the market of complicity
The bribery saga that rocked the probe of the fuel subsidy payments to oil marketers has finally taken another dimension as Lagos-based multi-billionaire oil magnate, Femi Otedola, has sued the Speaker, House of Representatives