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Ndigbo In Geo-Politics of Nigeria Lecture, Rescheduled For May 25


Ndigbo In Geo-Politics of Nigeria Lecture, Rescheduled For May 25

*Ndigbo In Geo-Politics of Nigeria Lecture Now Holds at NUJ Press Center, May 25

-Organized By NPSEEM & IUF; sponsored By IWA

Lecture with title "Ndigbo In Geo-Politics of Nigeria" holds on a rescheduled date ( 25th May, 2012 ) at Enugu, Enugu State.

Venue: NUJ Press Center, Rangers Avenue, Independence Layout, Enugu, Enugu State, Nigeria.
*All efforts by detractors and saboteurs to prevent the event from holding failed. Igbos should show massive support for the event by coming from wherever they are to the venue in solidarity.

Date: 25th May, 2012.

Time: 10.00 am prompt

Programme: *SEE BELOW

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezife, former Anambra State Governor.

*Chairman of the occassion is Amb. G. A. Onyegbula, a distinguised retired diplomat, while President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo is expected to be Chief Guest.

Other Speakers - Among those to speak are: Dr. Arthur Nwankwo, Col Joe Achuzia, Barr Uche Okwukwu, Chief Ifeanyichukwu Enemchukwu, Chief Charles Okereke, Dr. Kema Chikwe, Mr. Osadebe Ibegbu, Chief Inyama - President, Igbo Development Association 19 Northern States, Prof Ben Obumselu, Prof Ralph Nwokedi, Dr. Okey Emordi, Prof Pat Utomi, Chief Bob Ogbuagu, Pa Onyenso Nwachukwu, Prof Julius Onah, Dr. Uma Eleazu, Prof Emeka Enejere , Udenta Udenta, Chief Mrs Kate Ezeofor , Prof Uzodimma Nwala, , and several other distinguished speakers.

Col J.O.G Achuzia (Air Raid) will lead a powerful delegation of Anioma Igbos and Igbozurume group to the Enugu epoch-making lecture. Rivers Igbos will be led by Barr Uche Okwukwu, a notable Ikwerre lawyer and Obi Wali Jnr.

For participation, support or co-sponsorship please contact -

Nigeria: Chuks Ibegbu Phone: +234 8035410176, Email: chuksibegbu@gmail.com

Overseas: Chief Charles Okereke Phone: +1 4148070329, Email: chiefokereke@yahoo.com

The THEME OF this lecture is "Ndigbo in the Geo-Politics of Nigeria, the way foward" while the sub-theme is "Ndigbo After Ojukwu". The keynote speaker is HEX DR CHUKWUEMEKA EZIFE (OKWADIKE), former Executive Governor of Anambra State. Among many other noteable speakers are Col J.O.G Achuzia (Air Raid) who will speak on Ndigbo after Ojukwu, Chief Charles Okereke, composer "God Bless Africa" - an African Union award winning anthem, and CEO Nigeria Masterweb ( www.nigeriamasterweb.com ) - a very popular online publication, will also present a paper by proxy at the event. All our speakers are distinguished in their respective fields.

Lecture Organized By Nigerian Presidency of South East Extraction Movement (NPSEEM) and Igbo Unity Forum (IUF), and sponsored by Igbo World Assembly (IWA).



Arrival of Guests 8.00 am - 10.00 am

Introduction of Guests 10.00 am - 10.30 am

Opening Ceremony 10.30 am - 11.00 am

Goodwill Messages 11.00 am - 11.40 am

Keynote Speech 11.40 am - 12.00 noon

Cultural Dance(s)and/or Music 12.00 noon 12.10 pm

Paper Presentations(15 minutes each) 12.10 pm - 2.30 pm

Question And Answer Session 2.30 pm - 3.30 pm

Refreshment And Cultural Dance(s) 3.30 pm - 4.00 pm

Closing Remarks 4.00 pm - 4.10 pm

Vote Of Thanks 4.10 pm - 4.20 pm

Closing Ceremony 4.20 pm - 4.30 pm


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Comment from: Eje [Visitor]
EjeThe Igbos should start to do things as a nation because Nigeria as a nation is gone and nothing will bring it back. The organizers should have invited all the former Eastern Regions to participate in the lecture. Let one of the speakers mention about mistakes made by Dr. zik for his continue to support the Northerners which created enemity between the Igbos and the Yorubas.
05/09/12 @ 16:05
Comment from: Dr Fortune Ukonu [Visitor]
Dr Fortune UkonuThis is a good idea, a roadmap that should form a new trajectory for unification and development of Ndigbo when all other modalitues have failed. It should be chiefly academic than pedestrianized. The aims and objectives must be achievable than window dressed. I see a window of opportunity here for Ndigbo to move foreward. I request the organisers to publish the full programme of event for this meeting through this medium to enable people see how constructive the topics are because some of us at the moment may not be in Nigeria to participate personally. Success!
05/09/12 @ 17:41
Comment from: Dr. Mike Obaji [Visitor]
Dr. Mike ObajiThis will be a good move if the organisers and other players therein can bury their self-seeking habits. Having reached out to our Anioma and Ikwerre brothers and sisters, they also need to raise a powerful delegation to iron out the paranoia and suspicion between Ndigbo and the Yorubas. No group, no matter how small should be left unconnected in this all-important project. The people of Akwa Ibom state and Ogoja (in Cross River state)who were with Ndigbo from "the beginning" but later sang a different song because failure, they say, is an orphan should be fully integrated in this project. The entire southern nigeria need to be convinced that it's not an all-Igbo agenda but a motive to change nigeria from being a "crippled giant" to a "global tiger" where security of lives & property, constant electricity, employment, opportunities as well as foreign direct investment & science & technology will abound. The north central will be contacted beginning from Benue-Plateau axis with a powerful team made up of Yorubas, Ijaws, Itshekris, Urhobos, Efiks, Ogojas, Igbos etc. From there, the rest northern states would be reached out to. Ndigbo failed before because they did not give a full sense of belonging to their minority neighbors. Charity begins at home! Once bitten twice shy!! Avoid selfish political actors!!! I wish all of us a prosperous Nigeria.
05/10/12 @ 01:03
Comment from: Von Mbachu [Visitor]
Von MbachuThe lecture is well conceived. People say Igbos cannot speak in one voice and so cannot unit themselves in politics especially as 2015 presidential election draws nearer. I have always tell such people that the igbos of yesteryear are not the same with the present day Igbos. I hope I will be proved right in this lecture where the Igbo nation is expected to agree that Nigeria should have a President of Igbo extraction come 2015. I hope it will not be idiotic at this stage to unit for the purpose.
05/10/12 @ 05:10
Comment from: Jerome Nwogu [Visitor]
Jerome Nwogu@Eje, while I support the unification of the former Eastern region as indicated in your comment, I vehemently disagree with your insinuation that the great Zik's support of the North was responsible for your perceived hatred in the Yorubaland.I will advise you to read your history well on the political structure of Nigeria. You will find out that NCNC, the Party that Zik was a member of also had many notable Yorubas as members and leaders of the party as well.You will also find out that NCNC controlled Western House of Assembly and that Action Group (Awo's Party) was in minority in his region.If for any reason the Yorubas look at you as an enemy, it is not because Zik supported the North.Supporting the North at the time he did was for a united Nigeria and a calculated political common sense.Somewhere along the line, things went out of hand and like every great empire, Nigeria may not last forever.
05/10/12 @ 10:31
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05/10/12 @ 11:46
Comment from: James Achikeh [Visitor] Email
James AchikehIn the coming,"Ndigbo In Geo-Politics of Nigeri Lecture", Igbo Leaders and politicians should finally establish, execute, and impliment the joining of all Igbo peoples together as a one big Igbo Nation, in preparation of the coming restructuring of Nigeria. They must stand firm without any atom of deviation from their resolution to form a geat Igbo Nation. All Igbos are thesame and have everything to make a strong Nation.
I pray the Igbo Leaders and politicians in this Igbo In Geo-Politics of Nigeria Lecture, to use the opportunity to prepare themselves in the new Geo-politics arrangment in Nigeria, taking into consideration the current political situation in Nigeria, with special reference to the Northern Boko Haram political cum religious struggle. All Igbos must come together because they are not really liked and wanted in the Nigeria State, as can be experienced in the killings going on in he North, and the killings in previous years in Nigeria. Igbos should NOT FORGET THE POGROM; THE GENOCIDE AND THE CIVIL WAR. Anaha agwa ukpana ochinti na anya asugo. NDEWO NNU!!!

Achike Biafra
05/11/12 @ 08:07
Comment from: Matoh Abel [Visitor]
Matoh AbelI strongly support the idea that the Igbos should produce the president come 2015 to give them a sense of belonging.
05/15/12 @ 05:06
Comment from: From Blessing Ekeocha, Mass Comm Dept, 200L, Matric No. 09/752 [Visitor]
From Blessing Ekeocha, Mass Comm Dept, 200L, Matric No. 09/752From Blessing Ekeocha, Mass Comm Dept, 200L, Matric No. 09/752
A good layout. The story line is one that brings regret and confusion . The aim or drive for all these sectional talks, lectures and the rest is for leadership in Nigeria.Every well meaning Nigerian is free to lead us as a nation. All I would say is that we need good leadership. Nigerians are tired of promises that are not always fulfilled. For the present Government, let us still give them the benefit of the doubt that changes are still on the way.
05/17/12 @ 22:31
Comment from: Duncan Idokogi [Visitor]
Duncan Idokogi@ Blessing Okeocha: Your take is very apt and I couldn't agree with you any more. There are sectional talks everywhere. I will only subscribe to them to the extent that they only prep each zone or ethnicity into 'consensus candidate readiness'..just in case they are called upon to nominate one from among them. But such a candidate will also have to recognize and appreciate that the call to National service is not 'sectional' but rather a 'national' call. We are all knotted up in the politics of divisiveness that we can't make the forest for the trees in terms of National Development. To the extent,we have been dusted by our development peers. Period of Military interregnum notwithstanding. Let it be that..'May the best candidate win'..so long as such candidate is a Nigerian. The idea that come hell, come high-waters it must be 'our candidate' or 'village person' or bust, or that a particular people were 'born to rule' must be discouraged as it is recipe for National disaster and disintegration as is being currently witnessed. It must be unburned from their psyche the same way it was wrongly burnt into it.Lets go build a safe and better Nigeria where anyone can meritoriously be all that they can be. This is my two kobo piece/contribution. Good Luck everyone. Chief Okereke..Long time..You have been MIA..What's up with that?...LOL
05/18/12 @ 22:52

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