Columnist Ogbuagu Anikwe drops a word for boastful Igbos that have forgotten the reason for their migration to other places.
Ogbuagu Anikwe is a community journalism advocate, publisher, and public communication professional. His range of experiences in media and communication cuts across print, broadcast, and online media, added to his most recent forays in the field of public communication. His does professional consulting work in the areas of strategic business plans, strategic communication design, and message development.
The Lagos intimidation
The Lagos intimidation is the intermittent fights between the Igbo and Yoruba in Lagos, as described here by Columnist Ogbuagu Anikwe.
Our politicians don’t rig elections
Howsoever one chooses to look at this matter, it is certain that our Nigerian politicians don’t rig elections
The Pussycat of Nekede
In The pussycat of Nekede, Columnist Ogbuagu Anikwe laments a missed opportunity for fame and fortune by a polytechnic student.
Psychology of Monday fear
Columnist Ogbuagu Anikwe suggests one strategic solution to deal with the psychology of Monday fear in the Southeast.
Pele, world football legend, dies
The Brazilian legend, Pele (full names Edson Arantes do Nascimento), considered world best football player ever, dies at age 82.
The skewered ANAP opinion polls
Columnist Ogbuagu Anikwe picks out four important lessons for the Labour Party from the recent skewered ANAP public opinion polls. The major defect of the two most recent public opinion polls on 2023 elections is their problematic polling methods that resulted in skewed data. Despite their shortcoming, they nevertheless should worry the outside challenger, Gov. […]
Salute to The Villain of Finland
Ogbuagu Anikwe gives a back-handed salute to the villain of Finland who has become a nemesis for romance with a myth called Biafra.
Youths can save Peter from our King Kongs
Nigerian youths can save Peter Obi’s quest to become President but only if they realise one thing, writes Ogbuagu Anikwe.
Author and Publisher Dillibe Onyeama dies, aged 71
The author of famous novel Nigger at Eton and Enugu-based publisher, Dilibe Onyeama, dies at the age of 71.