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Sanusi, Ohaneze and Timidity of Igbo Public Servants

06/20/12

Sanusi, Ohaneze and Timidity of Igbo Public Servants

*Sanusi, Ohaneze and Timidity of Igbo Public Servants

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Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, the Dan Maje of Kano has become the most controversial Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria. This grandson of the deposed Emir of Kano was reported to be among the masterminds of the 1994 Kano riot in which Gideon Akaluka was beheaded and thousands of Igbos slaughtered like fowl on the unsubstantiated allegation that Akaluka desecrated the Koran. He was also suspected to have met with Osama Bin Laden during the period he was in Sudan where he obtained a degree in Sharia and Islamic studies from African International University in 1997.

Sanusi, through the help of close family friend, Dr Umaru Abdul Mutallab, former Chairman of First Bank for close to ten years and father of the Christmas shoe bomber, joined the board of First Bank as an executive director in charge of Risk Management in 2005, and later became the CEO of the bank in 2009.

During Sanusi’s tenure as CEO of First Bank, he exhibited a level of fiscal discipline and helped restructure bad loans for debtors in a manner beneficial to the bank. He reduced incidences of sharp practices within First Bank which pitched him in conflict with MD’S of other Banks who derided his toga of a structural reformer. Sanusi reportedly instituted some level of sanity in the corporate governance of the bank and ensured effective risk management strategy. ( Continues below….. )

Sanusi Lamido Sanusi

Photo Above: Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi

Sanusi was recommended for the Governorship of Central Bank when the northern oligarchy convinced late president Yaradua that the South cannot control both the banks and the regulatory body at the same time. Sanusi, being a risk management expert, understood all the manipulations of accounting books to produce a determined favourable financial statement and cash flow statements used to hoodwink shareholders, investors and evade regulatory scrutiny. He equally understood the negative impact of massive unsecured loans towards liquidity management in the banking system. Sanusi took the banking industry by storm, by the time he finished the first stanza of his own transformational agenda, a list of monarchical bank MD’S were sent to their villages while others became perennial customers of the EFCC, Nigeria’s anti graft body.

Sanusi’s introduction of Islamic Banking has brought him in conflict with the majority of Christians and Southerners of Nigeria who are suspicious of his intentions. His sympathy for Boko Haram and his position that poverty was responsible for the bloodletting drew flaks from informed sources who believe that Sanusi is deliberately distorting facts to suit the north. When Sanusi donated the sum of N100 million naira of CBN money to his home state of Kano in the aftermath of the dastardly Kano Boko Haram attacks, he drew a lot of criticism from Christians, Southerners and other well meaning Nigerians who believe that Sanusi should have been fair enough to extend the same largesse to other non muslim states.

Ohaneze Ndigbo criticised Sanusi for the selective donation. According to Ohaneze publicity secretary, Ralph Ndigwe, ‘’We want Sanusi to tell us what he has done for the hundreds of Igbos who were victims of Boko Haram attacks in various parts of the north’’ The criticisms by Ohaneze Ndigbo is reasonably to some extent, but inadequate to redress the constant marginalization of Ndigbo. The fact is that Sanusi dared where his colleagues of Igbo extraction trembled. Sanusi, as CBN helmsman, is loquaciously protecting his people with his influence, position and power. He has succeeded in convincing the Europe and the United States of America with his theory of poverty being responsible for Boko Haram terrorism. He has also succeeded in drawing the attention of the entire world to the fact that Akwa Ibom State gets more federal allocation than all the six states of North East put together. How culpable is Sanusi of bias. Sanusi is guilty of bias while fellow public servants of Igbo extraction are guilty of indifference, petty jealousy and timidity in matters relating to their people. ( Continues below….. )

Nigerian Naira Notes

Photo Above: Nigerian Naira Notes

Andy Uba was presidential aide and the most influential person in Olusegun Obasanjo’s cabinet for close to eight years and yet there is no single project that was cited in Igboland as a result of his influence. The Niger Bridge could not get any federal allocation, Onitsha Seaport and Oba Airport couldn’t get federal attention. Enugu-Onitsha expressway was in a deplorable state of disrepair while some other federal roads were getting attention in other parts of the country especially the north. The only federal presence in Anambra State was the security forces who massacred thousands of people at Onitsha while claiming to be looking for MASSOB members.

Chukwuma Soludo was Governor of Central Bank; he discharged his duties professionally for Nigeria but there is no CBN policy of his that is beneficial to the commerce and cottage industry disposition of his Igbo kinsmen. He probably propagated Igbo cause by changing his name from Charles to Chukwuma.

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala served Obasanjo and Nigeria to the best of her professional ability and she was another influential cabinet member yet she did nothing to draw the attention of the federal government to the fact that Delta Igbos is the most marginalized in Nigeria. There is no fiscal policy of hers that was favourable to the Igbo race. ( Continues below..... )

Nigeria Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

Photo Above: Nigeria Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

Ojo Maduekwe was influential throughout Obasanjo tenure and yet he was never known to have defended any Igbo cause. Oby Ezekwesili was another influential figure during the Obasanjo era and yet none of her policies was of assistance to the Igbo traders and businessmen. While in office it was a taboo to speak Igbo to these women and most of their male counterparts while their colleagues from the north and south west regale in using their native tongue as second official languages in their respective government offices.

When the presidency decided to replace Ringim as the IG of police, they settled for Azubuko Udah, the DIG Admininistration, the most senior public official of Igbo extraction in Jonathan’s cabinet brought a strong counter recommendation in his reply memo to the president which rubbished both Ivy Okoronkwo, 2nd in Command and Azubuko Udah, 3rd in command. The attempt by Elder statesman Edwin Clarke to convince the president to follow seniority and appoint Udah was shot down by his fellow Igbo and former church member. Anyim Pius Anyim, Ike Ekweremmadu and Emeka Ihedioha are senior Igbo public servants in the Jonathan presidency and they have considerable measure of influence. They should remember the South East now that budgetary cake is being shared because nobody knows the fate of Nigeria tomorrow.

Sanusi is implementing policies to help his people especially the masses through his position on revenue allocation, Boko Haram, appointments and donations. What are Igbo public officers doing? They are playing safe in order not to stir the hornets’ nest. They want to be in the good books of everybody in the North, West and South- South. These Igbo public servants should not hesitate to constantly draw the attention of the entire world to the lack of federal presence in Igbo land. They should also donate funds to victims of injustice and Boko Haram attacks from the South East. President Jonathan is channelling over 40 percent of all federal allocations to the Niger Delta region with about 15% of it going to Bayelsa State. He is also ensuring that ex- militants are given adequate professional training by allocating massive funds to the Amnesty Programme. He has handed over Nigeria’s waterways to former militant Tompolo. His people are enjoying unprecedented government patronage. This suggests that Nigerian public officials constantly use state privileges to enhance the progress of their regions. This is not so for Igbo public servants, they are more Nigerian than Nigerians yet the same establishment views them with suspicion.

Igbo public servants should wake up from civil war hangover. The war is over and the position of Biafrans for which over three million people lost their lives is now being revisited by other ethnic nationalities who sold the Igbos during the war. Therefore, instead of focusing on Sanusi, they should focus on themselves and use their offices to redress the constant marginalization and humiliation of Ndigbo in the scheme of affairs of Nigeria.

Obinna Akukwe

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31 comments

Comment from: Chijioke kenneth [Visitor] Email
Chijioke kennethGod bless you my brother. you have said it all. we are the rchitect of our own problem. Even the so called South South are now marginalizing us. just look at where they have reduced we the Igbos because of Greed of our leaders.
Kema Chikwe was aviation minister for years, yet, the whole six states of Igboland has no Internatioanl airport. God will deliver us
06/20/12 @ 12:23
Comment from: Japheth Anthony [Visitor] Email
Japheth AnthonyA nice article so ever.
But you are still making some mistakes which are stressing on ethnicity and ex-Ibo leaders don't use their position well to draw development to Ibo land through what u believe is the advantage of any leader.
Some people may be wrong that Janathan is focussing on other south south states other than Bayelsa then i must prove the person wrong.
Jonathan is giving Bayelsa and the Northen states the possible attention they want but not Delta State and other south south states. If he do something for south south states at all then that maybe for the militants and his other political elite.
May Jonathan goto hell.
I advise him not tO expect that seat again because am not sure if he will get any vote from Delta state.
I wonder d number of vote His Bayelsa State gave him.
Infact, let Janathan goto hell.
Let him sit down and watch sinusi wasting Nigeria money on boko haram in the name of donating to bomb victims.
Let him conive and work in hands to hands with the northern states. Stupid Goodluck Jonathan.
06/20/12 @ 13:05
Comment from: Japheth Anthony [Visitor]
Japheth AnthonyLol@ Chijioke Kenneth.
South South are marginalizing Igbos? Then you must be wrong by saying that.
Jonathan is marginalising Igbos not south south. Pls pls pls, don't mention that again.
We the south even, we don't like working hands to hands with Ibos because The Igbos are not excluded from currupt ways of living. If Nigeria should divide today, it will be a thing to approve if we the south should follow the Ibos or be our own country.
My dear, Nigeria is completely in mess and it will remain unless this country allowed the North to Islamise their state while we Christianize our south. We don't want "ONE" Nigeria again. We are sick and tired of bring one Nigeria. Only the beneficiaries are fighting for one Nigeria.
Well, is so painful that the world don't listen to the voices of the poor and the low class people because they don't have the means of saying their mind. I think if they should ask many in the southern states, they will say they don't want ONE NIGERIA as am saying now. We want they country to be shared into 4. hausa's, Ibos, Yoruba's and the Southern.
06/20/12 @ 13:15
Comment from: Dan At [Visitor] Email
Dan AtAndy Uba, Chukwuma Soludo,Oby Ezekwesili,Ojo Maduekwe,
and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala what a legacy! traitors you should be ashamed of your selves!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

While in office it was a taboo to speak Igbo to these women and most of their male counterparts while their colleagues from the north and south west regale in using their native tongue as second official languages in their respective government offices. i weep for igbo man!!!
06/20/12 @ 13:46
Comment from: Eborka Isioma [Visitor] Email
Eborka IsiomaTrue talk where are the leaders from Igbo exraction? They are all disapointment .Let them wake up to reality
06/20/12 @ 14:08
Comment from: Samuel [Visitor]
SamuelI found your article very interesting and it is a shame our highly placed public servants cannot use their positions to better the lot of Igbo race. You, however, left out one prominent person, Prof. Dora Akunyili who as DG NAFDAC almost destroyed the once thriving medicine business at Onitsha headbridge. These businesses were owned by Igbo businessmen but Dora relished confiscating and destroying their drugs claiming they were fake. She actually boasted to the Senate that she fought her own people.
06/20/12 @ 15:06
Comment from: Paschal Chika [Visitor]
Paschal ChikaIf i try to expantiate, they will say igbos too like money.Lawan is not igbo,Ibori is not igbo,Patricia Ette is not igbo,Demeji is not igbo, Hembe is not igbo.
Igbos past and present continues to work hard in a system that never cherish their existence. Ewu kwenu...
kwezuenu.......
06/20/12 @ 15:50
Comment from: Eje [Visitor]
EjeThe Igbos should once again know that Nigeria is gone and should start to face the challenges. History has it that the Muslems will never adjust with anybody that does not believe in Ala. They also believe that Nigeria is an asset for them and nothing will change that perception. The Igbo's should start to prepare their documentations to head to the United Nations for Independent of Biafra when the time comes. The Yorubas can only make a move when Lagos is set on fire,while the Muslems has already declared war to force Jonathan out. General Ihejirika should continue to protect his administration and make sure that the sponsors of Boko Haram are frustrated. They sponsors of Boko Haram will probable attempt for Arm takeover to regain power again. If that happen, Nigeria will become history.
06/20/12 @ 16:05
Comment from: Desola Adekunbo [Visitor]
Desola AdekunboI'm a Yoruba. I'm a big fan of Dr. Iweala. She is a true patriot not given to playing the ethnic card like Sanusi will do. Nigeria is one.
06/20/12 @ 17:53
Comment from: Jude Iwunze [Visitor]
Jude IwunzeAkukwe,

You have written a beautiful article. You forgot to add that even while Boko Haram are kicking Ibo arses in northern nigeria, Ibos like Mr Oduah and Mrs Okonjo- Iweala still go to China and negotiate loans to re-build Kano airport while ignoring Enugu airport. As for Anyim et al, they are scared of the fellow blackmen for reasons best known to them. Ekweremmadu is more interested in legalising prostitution than Southeast.
06/20/12 @ 18:14
Comment from: Jude Iwunze [Visitor]
Jude IwunzeLOL Japhet Anthony.

Before you go ahead with this utopian scheme, tell your readers what and who is south-south. If by south-south you mean Ijaws and other backstabbers and betrayers, please be assured that the New Biafra will NOT, repeat WILL NOT include any of you or your type. Once nigeria breaks up, it will be everyman to himself or to your tents oh Israel. Ibos will sooner fight a civil war among themselves if anybody attempts to invite any of you into New Biafra. God forbid.
06/20/12 @ 18:27
Comment from: Chukwuemeka Nwankpa [Visitor] Email
Chukwuemeka NwankpaWhy have northerners suddenly woken up to discover that poverty has eaten them up, thereby given them a good reason to be shading innocent blood? A region that has ruled this country for 38 yrs + (North East -5 yrs +, North West -15 yrs, and North Central -18 yrs, South West -11 yrs +, South South -2 yrs, South East -6 months) out of 51 yrs + should not be talking of poverty. What is happening today is a clear indication that Nigeria belongs to a particular set of people. A country where anybody from the South East or South South has no constitutional right to be the president. A country where the northerners have the full rights to live and worship their gods freely in any part of the country whereas, their counterparts can enjoy such rights only in their region of origin. It's obvious now that the only way out of this mess is for christians to respond accordingly to the barbaric and bizarre attacks. You can see the impacts so far made by that little move (a move that I don't even consider as reprisal) by the christian community in Kaduna. Can't you see how the country (esp the leaders) jitters after last sunday's event? As for Jonathan, he has not disappointed me yet. I didn't expect anything different from what we're seeing today. Right from the time he was the VP, through the time of completing Yar'dua's tenor that I got to know him better; that was when I knew the kind of president he would make. He got nothing to offer. He is always "on top of the situation" and souls are going everyday. He is a "she" man.
06/20/12 @ 18:44
Comment from: ifeanyi [Visitor] Email
ifeanyiwhat els will one say, you have said it all he that has an ear let him hear to the word of reasoning. NDIGBO, OHANEZE AND UMUNNA WAKE UP AND I SAID WAKE UP for we have dwell for too long on this path of self distruction pls let wake up to reality and face the reality truthfuly.
thank you
06/20/12 @ 19:16
Comment from: Leone Dogons Sonie Sulaymon [Visitor] Email
Leone Dogons Sonie SulaymonThe statement that the Igbos themselves are self-centred is not an underestimation or exaggeration as potrayed in the life of chicks when food is found, the strongest, the wisest, picks it run away to a distance, then return to the group after consuming the food. I have said it time without number, that if Nigeria is divided by chance, there will be serious problem because the ss will not give the Igbo the free hand they are thinking they will get. Methinks they are too wise as they classically allude to themselves as WISE MEN FROM THE EAST. An average Igbo man is acquisitive in nature for that reason do not think of any other person. No wonder the likes of Soludo, Andy Uba, Ngozi Okonjo , Pius Ayim, to mention but a few could not influence the FG to extend good gestures to the East. Igbo people search yourself and stop blaming Sanunsi and Jonathan for what they are using their offices to help their regions.
06/20/12 @ 23:32
Comment from: Anayo [Visitor] Email
AnayoMazi Akukwe
,Ndewooo,Idere nke oma,ikwusiana okwu nile,ihe na eme anyi si anyi n'aka,ndi Nna Nna anyi ha si na ejighi ujo adara enwe n'elu,ezigbo onye igbo nujuru mmiri ara afo,adighi atu ujo,mana etu odi taa, nid nochitere anya anyi n'ochichi ugbua, ji egwu noro ebe ahu.na acho soso nke ha,NDI IGBO BIKONU K'ANYI WERENU EHIHIE CHUO EWU OJI OKACHASI KITAA OBODOA N'AKWADO IKEWASI.
06/21/12 @ 03:19
Comment from: Riot5000 [Visitor]
Riot5000How is it possible that the Governor of the Central Bank has the power to give away Nigeria's money to whomever he pleases, any time, and there is not law that prohibits that?
More Igbos are killed in the North than anyone else, yet, he gives money to those killed in the line of criminal and treasonous activities, without protests from the rest of the country.
One question for everyone, WHAT PART DO YORUBAS PLAY in Nigeria?
Do they EVER question Northern activities, and why not?
Sidon look and join the winning part is the only game they play, and why?
Knowing what you know now, those who fought against Ojukwu, do you consider yourselves the architects of Nigeria's misery today?
Africa has no reverence for her wise men, maybe because wisdom in not African.
06/21/12 @ 04:27
Comment from: peter omelazu [Visitor]
peter omelazu@Leone-Dogon Suleymon,why are you weeping for us.Like Jesus told the women of Jerusalem weeping for him not to.Rather,they should weep for themselves.I tell you same today to weep for your tribe when people like you,your fathers and grandfathers allow us go our way.Its better we die in our own hands than in your hands.You are not an Igbo person and can never be one and being Igbo is a divine gift from God who carved us out of the common wealth of Israel and transplanted us in Nigeria for a purpose which is fulfilling and in due course his purpose for us will come to pass.So, hold your peace and weep not more than the bereaved.
06/21/12 @ 04:58
Comment from: Ivory Desmond Ahanotu [Visitor] Email
Ivory Desmond AhanotuAlso tell mr president that BAyelsas ar not only his ppl. We south EAst falt for his victory.
06/21/12 @ 06:31
Comment from: amaka [Visitor] Email
amakato some extent, i agree with you. but come to think of it again Why do we go to school? i believe it is to improve on our thinking faculty,bahavioural patterns. It is most unfortunate to compare okonjo iweala with the likes of sanusi sanusi. he has shown by his utterance and actions (though he may be an intelligent person0 that he is not refined in his mind. the north ruled for over 38 years, sanusi the jihadist did not tell his fellower jihadist that the north is impoverished by their fellow northnere like Babagida, Abudusalami, Abacha, Atiku,Gusua etc. It is laughable that sanusi has just realized that the north is impoverished when a southerner is ruling. Okonjo is a refined woman, sanusi is crud and unrefined.
06/21/12 @ 07:42
Comment from: Steve [Visitor]
SteveWho will be President in 2015? Jonathan? no, too week and no vision. Buhari? no.to desperate and pro boko haram.Tinubu? No too self centred and No party democracy in his dictionary.El-Rufai? No.He should go to prison for his handling of Abuja land.Then where are the beautiful ones? Are they not yet born? Who is the Ibo man to come out? I can not see. Ekwueme and Ukiwe are too old now? The nation still have good people outside the above names to lead us. Lets shine our eyes and not allow evil ones to lead us again
06/21/12 @ 08:11
Comment from: Emmanuel [Visitor] Email
EmmanuelMy brothers and sisters,it is clear that the northerners have sworn to finish Nigeria allrounds. they own almost all the oil blocks in the country and they are using style to scare others form their areas(north)in the name of Boko haram.to enable them do their own abandon property as it worked in Rivers state.
One thing they do not know is that they can never finish the christains even if they kill hundres every day.They will also be dieing indirectly cause the wedges of sin is death no two ways about it.
I am only sorry for Jonathan though he do not want any federal presence in igbo land,but the notherners he is embrassing are the people troubling and looking for a way to eleminate him, what the northerners want as they promised that they will make the country ungovernable for Jonathan if they loose the election.The plan they have now is to use boko haram to generate war by kiiling people where they know their people are not there,have they tried to bomb any Musk so who is fooling who. They want a suitation where the christains will reterliate then war will come up and Jonathans govt will fail and army will take over and they will come back to power again.
I do not want to talk about the igbos, there are not the pooriest despite the war so the igbo man belives in strugging but the igbos will get themselves immediately the country divides which is the only solution to Nigerians problems.One nigeria died with Zik and Awolowo etc.
Jonathan,Senate pls work towards dividing this country Nigeria before you come down from the throne.
06/21/12 @ 09:49
Comment from: Chibueze [Visitor]
ChibuezeObinna my brother,God will continue to bless you for your great discourse on sycophants that had occupied top government position from igbo extraction.Let them continue to play second fiddle in government. I assure you that with what is happening in so called geographical entity called NIGERIA, they will live in regrets of what they failed to do when they had the opportunity. Then their posterity will be in tattered forever.God bless
06/21/12 @ 12:32
Comment from: Akedemix [Visitor]
AkedemixYou see the igbos will eventually be the one to fix nigeria because a true igbo man will always do right by his promise the igbos are less tribal than most tribes in nigeria and dont forget the blood of the igbos being spill in nigeria from time to time be it the civil war or muslim christian clashes or boko haram. the igbos have a lot to lose if they dont fix nigeria.
06/21/12 @ 14:59
Comment from: Jude Iwunze [Visitor]
Jude IwunzeEverywhere in the world, people are fighting to have a airport hub and direct link to the outside world. Any region that has no international link is isolated and relegated to economic backwater. Why are Ibos high and low (Okonjo-Iweala, Oduah, Anyim., Chukwumerije, Ngige etc.) not pushing for immediate international flights to Enugu airport even when they are close to power? What is the use of Ibo education if they remain daft and fearful of their fellow blacks? Will the heavens fall if Ibos boycott any foreign airlines that refuse to fly to Enugu this Xmas? No!
06/21/12 @ 15:33
Comment from: Enyinna Matthews [Visitor]
Enyinna MatthewsThank you Mr. Leone Dogons. The Ibos are self centered and do not have vision. They are not ready to make sacrifices for others to benefit rather, they talk about their immediate family and let others go to hell. Those people you (Leone) mentioned are the people who should have done enough for the Ibos. Even if the new Biafra comes without the SS, do you think an Anambra man will agree that Abia Man exist? So, that is the PROBLEM we are having within ourselves.
06/22/12 @ 08:47
Comment from: Austineharvey [Visitor] Email
AustineharveyI would want everyone of you to understand that the only solution to Nigeria underdevelopment,sectarian,poverty,curruption name them problem is for Nigeria to divide itself into three different countries,people like Ojukwu who attempted this long ago were not fools,they foresaw what the ordinary eye could not behold.but those who were opposed to this were simply opportunist that occupies the seat of power and believed that they are wiser than everyother persons politically;if not,they should have realised their dream of the so called one Nigeria couse which they championed and used as excuse.I belive strongly that the eyes of every Nigerians are open to the reality today to where we have all found ourselves
I am not an Igbo man,but you don't have to be an Igbo man to declare the truth,You can full some people sometime but you cannot full all the people all the time(Bob Marly)
06/22/12 @ 10:45
Comment from: Mohamed Zubairu [Visitor]
Mohamed ZubairuIt is unfortunate that Nigeria is still in this situation. While I agree with the fact that Ibo civil servants are timid and that Sanusi and his northern compatriots are Islamic apologists, the ultimate solution is not for Ibo civil servants to also begin to be biased in favor of their region. The solution is in the emergence of true nationalists who will work for the interest of all Nigerians. The wealth of Nigeria should equitably benefit every segment of the nation and all her citizens. That is the only formula that would guarantee the sustainability of the Nigerian experiment. The way things are right now, there is no guarantee against the prediction of the west that Nigeria will disintegrate by around 2015. Only God can save us now given the direction that the nation is presently headed.
06/22/12 @ 13:10
Comment from: Jude Iwunze [Visitor]
Jude IwunzeMeanwhile, while boko haram are bombing Ibos and expelling them from the north, stupid Ibos still
would not learn. The news just in is that Nwankwo
Kanu, an Iboman from Owerri is building a N5billin Cardiac Centre in Abuja! By that very act, Nwankwo Kanu has insulted the memory of Ibos killed by Boko Haram including that little girl blown up at church on Christmas Day. Ibo eldes must declare him persona non grata in Iboland. Let him stay in northern nigeriawith boko haram since Owerri, Enugu, Aba, Umuahia, Okigwe, Asaba etc. do not exist in his empty head. Nonsense!
Howmany similar structures do northernerers and yorobas build in Iboland?
06/23/12 @ 16:31
Comment from: Akintayo Vincent [Visitor]
Akintayo Vincentlet us read Ademola Ademoyega's Why We Struck. There is need for restructuring of Nigeria if it must remain a country. let stop this hiypocrcy.
06/24/12 @ 02:10
Comment from: OK [Visitor]
OKALL THIS KILLING WAS EXERTLY WHAT LEAD TO CIVIL WAR. I PRAY THAT SUCH MAY NEVER OCCUR.AMEN
06/25/12 @ 06:15
Comment from: Onukwurunjo [Visitor]
OnukwurunjoDon`t mind the Igbos, can they ever learn their lesson? Lets continue to play good boys for our selfish interest.For the first time since after the civil war we are holding sway the helm of Army affairs, can there be any military presence located in Igboland. what of appointment/promotion of officers and other ranks of Igbo extraction, are we going to see some improvements? Let them remember that mileage is always calculated after the race.
06/26/12 @ 05:52

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