Hiding from Our Past By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie On the margins of my happy childhood, there was a shadow: the Biafran war. I was born seven years after it ended, and did not experience any material deprivations—I had a bicycle, dolls, books—but my family was scarred by it. In 1967, after massacres in northern Nigeria that targeted southeastern Igbo […]

Gov. T.A Orji and his Ukwa/Ngwa project

By Rubby Obinna Please, permit me to start this article by saying that I’m in Imo State and I’m an indigene of the state, but have been hearing about the slapdash of echoes of mis-governance of Governor Theodore Ahamefule Orji of Abia State. Amongst the rackets he had made in the last past month the […]

Hello! Aso Rock! Is Anyone There? An Open Letter To The President Jonathan

By Rufus Kayode Oteniya Dear Mr. Jonathan, With a troubled spirit, a bleeding soul and a broken heart I write you this letter. I pray that you receive the message with an open mind and with little regard to the messenger. My spirit is troubled by the unprecedented level of insecurity in our fatherland where […]


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