Over 100-Year-Old Portrait Of Omu Of Okpanam, Delta Community, Surfaces At UNN

About 108 years after, the Anthropological Institute, United Kingdom, and Cambridge University, returned the portrait of the female traditional ruler (Omu) of Okpanam, Delta State, late Omu Amamungwaonye, whose reign at the time brought so much harmony, progress and women empowerment in the community. The portrait which in itself, is a compedium of and attestation […]

Meet Chukwukadibia Onyemelukwe, The Man In Charge Of Plane Landing And Take Off In Biafra Civil War

The man who made sure planes landed and took off in Biafra during the war passed on  in USA on the 18th of January 2020. Engr. Clement Chukwukadibia Onyemelukwe was born April 1, 1933, in Nanka, Anambra State, Nigeria. After graduating from Dennis Memorial Grammar School, Clement attended the University College Ibadan for two years […]

From The Archives: See The Building Where The Amalgamation Of The North And The South Took Place In 1914

In 1914 the Southern protectorate and Northern Protectorate were forced to join together, called amalgamation of the South and the North. Lord sugars was the architect of the amalgamation. According to the book Ibo land 1860 – 1960, Lord Lugard did not form Nigeria because of his love for the people. But to be able to […]

From The Archives: Revealed- Why Buhari Voted For A Fulani From Niger As Against Voting For A Nigerian From The East In 1985

In the election of the Organization of African Union (OAU) Secretary General in 1985, the then Head of State of Nigeria, General Muhammad Buhari voted against Nigeria but for Niger instead. He secured the election of Ide Oumoura, a Fulani man from Niger; as opposed to Peter Onu, an Igbo man from Nigeria. Peter Onu […]

From The Archives: Biafra- How Gen. Yakubu Gowon Allegedly Sold Bakassi Over This Reason

Bakassi peninsula was given away as a reward for Cameroon helping to block Biafra during the civil war. When Nigerian Government tried to claim it back, Cameroon threatened to expose so many things about Nigeria and the civil war. In addition, they reached out to France for military intervention if Nigeria tried to take it […]

Watch The Moment Lt-Gen Obasanjo Announced The Execution Of Plotters Involved In Feb 13, 1976 Abortive Coup

Lieutenant-General Olusegun Obasanjo, the head of Nigeria’s Federal Military Government announces the execution of more of the plotters involved in the abortive coup of February 13th 1976 which claimed the life of the former Head of State, General Murtala Muhammad. OBASANJO: The Supreme Military Council has been meeting to consider among other things, the conclusion […]

Only 6 Nigerians Signed The Amalgamation Act, No Igbo National Is Included…Check Their Names Inside

Many Nigerians have asked if there were parties from the southern and northern Protectorate that partook in the declaration of Nigeria, or did the British on their own sign the document in the absence of the people involved?  Southern and Northern Protectorate were joined to form Nigeria in 1914. By then the nationalist we know […]

Meet Our Ika Hero Of Inestimable Valuable: Anthony Chuks Obuh

Ika heroes diary Anthony Chuks Obuh Anthony Chuks Obuh was born January 27, 1957 to the family of Mr. George Obuh, Agbor, Delta, State. He served as a Permanent Secretary in Government House, Delta State from 2007-2014. He is a member of Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM), Honorary Member of the Institute of Strategic Management […]