Columnist Chuks Iloegbunam poses the important questions on the Lagos debate and wonders what it means to be a national.
Chuks Iloegbunam is the author of The Case for an Igbo President of Nigeria.
A presidential election to thrash calamity
Chuks Iloegbunam characterizes the 2023 national polls as a presidential election to thrash calamity
In Soludo’s Animus, a 2015 essay, Chuks Iloegbunam wonders at Chukwuna Soludo’s habitual absence of tact in relating with people.
Behind Peter Obi’s Gentle Manners
Chuks ILOEGBUNAM paints a rounded picture showing that presidential hopeful, behind soft exterior and mild manners, Gov Peter Obi is as tough as nails
Everyone’s obituary is inevitable
When you write an article that denigrates the Igbo nation of over 50 million people, and make nonsense of some of those things that mean the most to them, do you really believe that your disposition is justified by the pay and perquisites that accrue to you at Ahmed Bola Tinubu’s The Nation newspapers?
A Peter Obi Truth
In A Peter Obi Truth, CHUKS ILOEGBUNAM offers an insider’s view of how Gov Peter Obi works and what values drove his actions as Governor.
Pastor Tunde Bakare and the Lies of a failed State
In Bakare and Lies of a failed State, Chuks Iloegbunam deploys facts and logic to question an alleged Igbo curse.
Soludo’s Solemn Submission
Chuks Iloegbunam does a content analysis of the Anambra Governor’s inaugural address delivered on 17 March 2022 at Awka, Nigeria.
The case for an Igbo President of Nigeria
Author, editor and polemicist, CHUKS ILOEGBUNAM revisits his 2007 book where he made the case for an Igbo Presidency and its impending reissue
Soludo, Central Politics and the Rest of Us
In Soludo, Central Politics and the rest of us, author CHUKS ILOEGBUNAM, interrogates and dismisses the notion that Anambra abandons Soludo.