SIR: As we say in Igboland when an extraordinary person dies, the iroko has fallen. I feel a sense of personal loss because Prof. Chinua Achebe was not only from my state, Anambra, but was also one of my heroes and role models right from my days at the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), where he taught until the road accident that made him to relocate to the USA, where there are better facilities to enable him to continue to work.
When Babangida Aliyu, the governor of Niger State, realistically mentioned that government should make law to limit the number of women all Nigerian men marry to two, because people who cannot afford to bring up children just go about marrying and giving birth to many children they cannot afford to take care of, some people […]
It is my thinking (ominous) that in the few days to come, the only option open to the Bamanga Tukur led-national PDP is to suspend those it considers as rebels or rather anti-party members who are now romancing with the new factional PDP chaired by Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. Though this may not come as a […]