Pioneer Members Of The Negro Black Movement of Africa Aka African Youth Empowerment Meet To Discuss The Well-being  Of The Organisation And How To Use It To Effect Change In The Society

L-R: Perry Osaro Osagiede, Nzube Okafor, Frank Patrick and other invisible members that willed their support regards the positive move of change, the meeting which was held in Parklands, Cape Town, South Africa. On Saturday the 3rd November 2018, Expressed the innermost desire of men of goodwill that have been utilising the motive of  the... Continue Reading →

Whilst Politicians Are Trying To Battle The Causes Of Migration In Poor Countries EU Is Imposing A Devastating Free Trade Agreement In Africa

Perhaps, Angela Merkel was not wrong in her perception regards the refugees: "the refugees in Europe are not as numerous as this rich continent could not treat with dignity. However, the EU is currently exhibiting on daily basis its inability to effectively manage the situation", said the German Chancellor. Poverty migration tears European countries apart,... Continue Reading →

Invasion Of Africa PHASE TWO

With no intent for racism or discrimination against skin/ or region, country or continent of  anybody. It is with great concern, for my Continent that I'm writing to sensitize everyone on importance of open dialogue or communication, especially in a heterogeneous society using a language everyone can understand, irrespective of one's great love for one's... Continue Reading →

Land Expropriation Without Compensation?

Haven fought and defeated apartheid in South Africa, is land expropriation a way of revenge? Can't it be settled properly? Regardless of the pains and injuries of the past, "never let a labourer, labour in vain". It doesn't only bring curse in the land, it Mars the future! We are talking about land here, given... Continue Reading →

Is Your PVC Ready? Nigerian Election

Until Nigerian politicians regards politics as a vocation to serve and not a sphere of purposeful behavior through which they can give themselves and their loved ones a better tomorrow, no change in our economic situation will ever emerge whether Biafra or not. Our leaders remains the same, the system has been corrupt from the... Continue Reading →

Who Murdered Our Democracy?

Staying apolitical is one phenomenon I dread most and will never indulge in, not after seeing the four corners of political science department of the then ANSU, now Chukwumemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University. And was lectured by the person's of, O.B.C Nwankwo (P.hd), Prof. Chike Osegbou, Jaja Nwanegbo, Dr. Ikenna Alumona, Chidozie Ezeozou (HOD), and Agari... Continue Reading →

Open Letter To Nigerians

There's need in wakening our cautiousnes as not to let the opportunity of making the right decision at this moment to slip our fingers. Without hurting anyone's calmness or resurrecting his/her anger with this article, instead, to sensitize us on the need of doing the needful. In a Country that is Societal Unequal, money is... Continue Reading →

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