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May 2017

Two years after: Buhari evokes memories of broken promises, By Dan Agbo

Just two years ago, Nigerians were rejoicing and making merry that a messianic President Mohammadu Buhari had been elected to fix the country. He rode to power in 2015 on the back of popular promises. First, Buhari promised to make… Continue Reading →

Eating crumbs from the master’s table, By Dan Agbo

Nigeria’s Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chris Ngige should not be miffed by a statement credited to former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode but he should see it as a wake up call for him all Igbos. Suffice it to… Continue Reading →

Nigerian-Biafra War: What Nigeria learnt 50 years after by Dan Agbo

It is laughable that Nigeria has learnt nothing 50 years after it fought a civil war that threatened, and continue to question, its sovereignty over all its federating units. The war started on 30th May,1967, following the announcement by late… Continue Reading →

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