By Dr. Ugoji Egbujo
Igbos must attend to Nigerian politics with clear eyed sobriety.
The civil war left many chronic wounds. But Igbo have survived and thrived. Igbo may have been hampered by national structural defects and systemic injustices.
But they have flourished and have the economic heft to surmount subsisting inequities.
Igbo have enterprise and imagination but collectively they lack political foresightedness. Continue reading “Igbo And The 2023 Presidency”
Yes, many Igbos don’t like Buhari. Yes, Buhari made the regrettable 5% comment in anger in 2015 (he shouldn’t have done that). But Igbo bu Igbo, we must ask ourselves where our practical longterm interests lie. Continue reading “Why Igbos Must Vote Buhari Or Abstain From Voting Against Buhari In 2019”
Igbo Presidency 2023 is like a man trekking on a hot day, with the hot sun forcing him to sweat profusely.
And he saw a shop where they sell cold drinks, and he went in, bought a chilled bottle of …(input your favourite drink) and he drank it and his thirst was quenched.