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Untold story of how 270 innocent Pro Biafra activists were massacred and 370 others maimed: Intersociety •Plus names of victims

Untold story of how 270 innocent Pro Biafra activists were massacred  and 370 others maimed: Intersociety •Plus names of victims The leadership of Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) had on 18th June 2017 released the first part of the graphic accounts as they concern the willful and premeditated massacre of over 270 unarmed, nonviolent and defenseless members and supporters of pro Biafra movements in Nigeria...... more

DFID’s Justice for All programme: Six years after

DFID’s Justice for All programme: Six years after The Book of Ecclesiastes 3:1–8 is a popular passage in the Holy Bible. It deals with the cyclical nature of life and says that there is time for everything and a season for every activity under the heavens.  “A time to be born and a time to die; a time to...... more

Quit Notice: What FG, Southeast/South-south Leaders and Igbos resident in Northern Nigeria must do: Intersociety

Quit Notice: What FG, Southeast/South-south Leaders and Igbos resident in Northern Nigeria must do: Intersociety The leadership of Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) has resolved to release this open letter to the Acting President & Commander-in-Chief of the Nigerian Armed Forces- Prof Yemi Osibanjo for his presidential, proactive, protective, preventive and democratic actions. The rosary of actions required of Acting President Yemi Osibanjo...... more

Throwback: The Day Awo The Colossus died, and 30 years after, By Folu Olamiti

Throwback: The Day Awo The Colossus died, and 30 years after, By Folu Olamiti ​Saturday, May 9, 1987.The day broke, like any other day on. There was no premonition of anything earth-shaking. No foreboding. All seemed at peace. As Editor of Sunday Tribune, I had kept vigil, the previous night, in the office putting finishing touches to a bumper package for that week’s edition. In the wee hours, nature came calling and I went home to catch some sleep. Just for a...... more

How the Nigerian Military manages MASSOB/IPOB protests, By Col. Sagir Musa

How the Nigerian Military manages MASSOB/IPOB protests, By Col. Sagir Musa Between May 27 and 30, there seemed to be a dramatic increase in the number of phone-calls the 82 Division Army Public Relations Department received from all manners of journalists: conventional reporters, freelancers, online and social media activists. Though dogged and inquisitive, yet, the traditional reporters appeared, as usual, more refined...... more

Amaechi and the resources of Rivers State: Testimony of an insider, By Eze Chukwuemeka Eze

Amaechi and the resources of Rivers State: Testimony of an insider, By  Eze Chukwuemeka Eze Preamble Today, Chief Nyesom Wike, the Governor of Rivers State’s desperation to drag ex-governor and current Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, his benefactor and predecessor in office, in the mud in order to ruin and cast aspersions on his political future is no longer in doubt to observers...... more

Arewa youths' anti-Igbo agenda: Act now to avoid a repeat of 1966 pogrom — South East activists tell key political actors

Arewa youths' anti-Igbo agenda: Act now to avoid a repeat of 1966 pogrom — South East activists tell key political actors The present Federal Government of Nigeria and its security forces as well as all elected and appointed public office holders and other key political actors in Southeast Nigeria must proactively and preventively avoid the repetition of the 1966 anti Igbo pogrom in Northern Nigeria in 1966 in which “between 45,000 and...... more

How I was brutalised by officers of the Nigerian Police at Onitsha Area Command — Rights activist Justus Ijeoma

How I was brutalised by officers of the Nigerian Police at Onitsha Area Command — Rights activist Justus Ijeoma Mr. Nnaemeka Onyemobi, a welder, had brought a complaint to our office to the effect that a woman issued him with a dishonoured cheque. He said he had given an interest-free loan to the said woman who promised to pay him back in two weeks but that after several attempts to...... more

A trip to Ogoja to commission military projects, By Colonel Sagir Musa

A trip to Ogoja to commission military projects, By Colonel Sagir Musa There seems to be no definite time for military expeditions. This is more so with the General Officer Commanding 82 Division Nigerian Army, Major General Adamu Baba Abubakar. His movements appear unpredictable (even during the fasting period), and so his convoy elements are always ready at the shortest notice. Depending on...... more

5 bad practices in social media management

5 bad practices in social media management Social media has come to stay, that is why you see individuals across income levels, large, medium and small-scale organisations, as well as public figures and institutions scurrying to have a notable presence on popular social media networks such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and Medium, to mention a few. The fact...... more

El-Rufai: Surmounting challenges of the next 2 years, By Emmanuel Ado

El-Rufai: Surmounting challenges of the next 2 years, By Emmanuel Ado There is a consensus that Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, has provided leadership in the last two years as Governor of Kaduna State. John Oyegun, the National chairman, All Progressives Congress (APC), the party that sponsored him, further attested to that fact when he said: “El-Rufai is showcasing what governance stands for,” at...... more

Umahi: Politics, feats and 2 years of radical revolution in Ebonyi

Umahi: Politics, feats and 2 years of radical revolution in Ebonyi The indefatigable Engr. David Nwaeze Umahi, FNSE, FNATE, who was inaugurated as the Governor of Ebonyi State on May 29, 2015 have spent two years in office by May 29, 2017. In a situation like this, it is imperative to examine and x-ray the feats or otherwise of whoever is saddled with such a...... more

Death of a nation: Biafra and the Nigerian question, By Chido Onumah

Death of a nation: Biafra and the Nigerian question, By Chido Onumah  “There are two basic questions that must be answered by all Nigerians. One, do we want to remain as one country? Two, if the answer is yes, under what conditions?” – Chief Bola Ige Introduction To paraphrase the historian, mathematician, journalist, Marxist, and progressive thinker, Edwin Madunagu, every political history has...... more

Amaechi: 52 garlands for an enigma, gallant, resolute and misunderstood democrat

Amaechi: 52 garlands for an enigma, gallant, resolute and misunderstood democrat My good friend and political leader, Minister of Transportation Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, will by Saturday, May 27, 2017 clock 52. This enigma of a man whose antics and antecedents in politics of Nigeria defies proper definition is to most watchers of political evolution of Nigeria, the ‘new face’ of...... more

Women pushing to sustain food through agriculture with limited farmland

Women pushing to sustain food through agriculture with limited farmland About 70 per cent of agricultural workforce in the country is contributed by women, yet they have limited farmland. Indications are that upon this, the 70 per cent produce cover 80 per cent of the nation’s food, Odimegwu Onwumere writes Mrs Onu Wabara, a mother of six children from Asa in Abia State,...... more

Imo Freedom Day: Celebrating Okorocha’s enslavement

Imo Freedom Day: Celebrating Okorocha’s enslavement The people of Imo State made history and shocked the world on Saturday, May 6, 2017. It was not because Governor Rochas Okorocha gathered them to a place he chose to call Freedom Square for the sixth  edition of Imo Freedom Day, a programme he created to commemorate the day he won the...... more

The rise and fall of Killer-‘General’ Kenneth Okonkwor and the big lesson

The rise and fall of Killer-‘General’ Kenneth Okonkwor and the big lesson It is recalled that the leadership of Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) had on 12th, 14th and 15th of May 2017 issued parts one, two and three of its public statement, titled: the return of troublesome billionaires and killer-“generals” in Anambra State. The 15th May...... more

25 years with Ada Chioma Henrietta Eze: Celebration of a marriage made in heaven, By Eze Chukwuemeka Eze

25 years with Ada Chioma Henrietta Eze: Celebration of a marriage made in heaven, By Eze Chukwuemeka Eze It takes only a moment to fall in love but a lifetime to prove that it was truly meant to be forever. My wedding with Miss Ada Chioma Henrietta Nwaorgu on the fateful day of 23rd May, 1992 is a union and love that was truly meant to be forever. In...... more

Of communal crisis and GOC’s peace mission, By Sagir Musa

Of communal crisis and GOC’s peace mission, By Sagir Musa In line with the Chief of Staff Nigerian Army, Lt-Gen Tukur Buratai’s disposition to have a professionally responsive Army in the discharge of its constitutional responsibilities, the General Officer Commanding (GOC) 82 Division Nigerian Army, Maj-Gen Adamu Baba Abubakar, had in the early hours  of Monday, May 15, 2017, led some...... more

My trip to Vegas, the city of allure, sin and gambling, By Folu Olamiti

My trip to Vegas, the city of allure, sin and gambling, By Folu Olamiti I’m a Christian, a firm believer in God and His majestic power to order the affairs of man on this plane of existence according to His perfect will. It, therefore, goes without saying that I’m also a firm believer in providence, which Wikipedia describes as “the foreseeing care and guidance of...... more

El-Rufai: A reformist in the saddle, By Emmanuel Ado

El-Rufai: A reformist in the saddle, By Emmanuel Ado Governor Nasir el-Rufai of Kaduna State can safely be declared a reformist, going by Macmillan Dictionary definition of a reformist as one “wanting to change and improve society or an institution”. Nothing has been the same since he became governor, every sector – from the public service to the agricultural sector...... more

Question marks on Gen. Buratai’s coup alarm and need for caution: Intersociety

Question marks on Gen. Buratai’s coup alarm and need for caution: Intersociety The leadership of Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) wishes to urge all Nigerians and their international friends and partners to be very cautious and careful over the recent public warning by Lt Gen Tukur Yusuf Buratai (COAS) of possible plans by “some politicians” to stage...... more

Amaechi: The quintessential leader and his endless persecution, By Eze Chukwuemeka Eze

Amaechi: The quintessential leader and his endless persecution, By Eze Chukwuemeka Eze Preamble Today, in the politics of Nigeria, the only major assignment of most politicians as they strategise for the 2019 general elections is how to either castigate or fabricate lies to run down Rt. Hon Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, the erstwhile governor of Rivers State and incumbent Minister of Transportation of the...... more

Okonjo-Iweala: And another feather adorns her cap, By Daniel Osofisan

Okonjo-Iweala: And another feather adorns her cap, By Daniel Osofisan Fortune, a part of the TIME network, recently released a list of 34 world leaders who are changing health-care globally and, interestingly, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the chair of Gavi as well as CEO Seth Berkley, made the list. While receiving awards and recognitions may seem like second nature to the former...... more

5 WAYS to protect your devices from WannaCrypt ‘pandemic’

5 WAYS to protect your devices from WannaCrypt ‘pandemic’ With the world reeling from the WannaCrypt attack – an ongoing cyber-attack of the WannaCry ransomware computer worm targeting the Microsoft Windows operating system – fears are rife that the viral attack may soon spread to Nigeria, with dire implications for individuals and businesses whose devices are compromised. Described as unprecedented...... more

Salient issues in Houston Launch of Bayelsa/Oloibiri Roundtable, By Daniel Iworiso-Markson

Salient issues in Houston Launch of Bayelsa/Oloibiri Roundtable, By Daniel Iworiso-Markson The recently concluded Oil and Gas Trade Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas, United States of America, was an exciting engagement with industry tradition of regularly reviewing and enhancing operational standards and development. For the Nigerian delegation – consisting of the Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, and top government officials, CEOs of multinational oil companies, including the Managing Director and Country Chairman of...... more

Nigeria: Gas-flaring continues to poison the air, kill crops

Nigeria: Gas-flaring continues to poison the air, kill crops At the 10th Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Oil and Gas Conference held in Houston, Texas, US, recently, the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) said that Nigeria lost approximately $850 million to gas-flaring in 2015. Odimegwu Onwumere notes that loss of money, health, energy and environment to gas-flaring -  which pumps up greenhouse gases into the environment,...... more

Gains of cooperation in oil marketing, distribution among ECOWAS nations, By Prof. Chijioke Nwaozuzu

Gains of cooperation in oil marketing, distribution among ECOWAS nations, By Prof. Chijioke Nwaozuzu Prospects for economic growth are driven by energy consumption, which is dependent on availability, accessibility and affordability of the energy sources/resources. Statistics have shown that sub-Sahara African countries are projected to grow in number at an average rate of 1.2 per cent, leading to a population of about 500 million in...... more

The Audacity of Peterside as a Leader: His stewardship as NIMASA DG, rise as Africa’s No. 1 Maritime Administrator and his 2019 politics

The Audacity of Peterside as a Leader: His stewardship as NIMASA DG, rise as Africa’s No. 1 Maritime Administrator and his 2019 politics Preamble Carl von Clausewitz, a Prussian general and influential military theorist noted famously for his military treatise Vom Kriege where he stated and I quote, “If the leader is filled with high ambition and if he pursues his aims with audacity and strength of will, he will reach them in spite...... more

As Eze goes to troubled South Sudan, By Emmanuel Onwubiko

As Eze goes to troubled South Sudan, By Emmanuel Onwubiko In Nigeria, finding a genuinely credible philanthropist is as difficult as seeing a white falcon. Falcons are generally rare.  Although, as an African society, Nigerian communities are deeply rooted in African traditional cultural value systems. At the core of these African traditional values is the virtue of hospitality and humanitarianism. It was...... more

 

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