Some people are working hard to make me believe what I already know which is that I see many Yoruba enemies
Ogbuagu is the immediate past Enugu State Commissioner for Information. He is a highly experienced media editor & manager, and a strategic communication consultant.
Ethnic jingoism doesn’t win political converts
A tiny band of ethnic jingoists are hard at working hard to further destabilize Nigeria. Their target is the 2023 general elections.
Tinubu and the poison seed of democracy
Ogbuagu Anikwe interrogates the dangers of planting the poison seed of democracy that Bola Tinubu has introduced into the polity.
The world understands Nigeria better
Ogbuagu Anikwe ponders how the world understands and copes with the reality that Nigeria can but won’t solve our problems.
Osinachi and her Igbo marriage
Ogbuagu Anikwe interrogating the actions of late Osinachi Nwachukwu, her relations and friends, in relation to her Igbo marriage.
Letter to 2023 Party Delegates
This letter to party delegates for the 2023 conventions to choose candidates reflects on the choices that delegates made in 2014 and 2018.
Politics of Pastor Tunde Bakare
Ogbuagu Anikwe interrogates the unfortunate politics of Tunde Bakare, pastor of Nigeria’s Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
An unending cycle of doom
Ogbuagu Anikwe reflects on an unending cycle of doom which reminds him of an incident that happened to him in the morning of 15 November 2021
Enugu, like lambs to the slaughter
The significance of Sen Ike Ekweremadu’s Weekend declaration is that suddenly, Enugu voters are no longer looking like lambs to the slaughter
Should Airpeace Apologize to the Emir?
Should Airpeace apologize to the Emir of Kano for discomfort of missing a second local flight from their international journey?