Month: March 2019

How Ogah Jumbo Was Killed by Nigeria Police Officers.

JUMBO OGAH was beaten to death by the Nigeria police in Abuja. Jumbo graduated from Bayero University Kano. JUMBO OGAH was an Assistant Superintendent of Civil Defense Corps. He was said to be driving and fully dressed in his Uniform while taking his two children to school and his wife was also in the car.

WHEN BUHARI JAILED UPN GOVERNORS

By:Austine Obogo (Enejist) When Buhari jailed UPN governors like Ige and Onabanjo, the South-Western press castigated that good government and provided the right mood for IBB to take over power. As soon as IBB cleared UPN governors of charges against them in a politically motivated retrial, he became the darling of the South-West. When IBB

A tragic Move -Femi Fani Kayode

A tragic move-Femi Fani Kayode For the first DG of Atiku’s Presidential Campaign Organisation and his closest confidante in the South West to dump the PDP and join the APC even before the conclusion of Atiku’s election petition is sad. For a man that was gunning to be Sec. to the Federal Government in an

History: How Adegboro became a rich man

By: Austine Obogo (Enejist) How ADÉGBÖRÒ became a rich man. ADEGBOROs left Ibadan for Lagos in search of greener pasture. He chose to be carrying loads (Alabaru) on his head at Oyingbo market of Lagos to earn a living. Few years after, he bought a cart from his savings and this eased the pain of

THE HISTORY: The British -Igbo war (THE EKUMEKU)

The British -Igbo War (THE EKUMEKU) 1893-1914 BY: AUSTINE OBOGO (Enejist) The British-Igbo War That Lasted For 31 years – The Ekumeku Resistance Ekumeku war lord and his army The resolutions of the Berlin conference of 1804-1805, gave European nations the rights to lay claim to lands and resources in Africa. Britain, who had engaged

UNDERSTANDING THE distinction BETWEEN CITIZENSHIP OF A SOVEREIGN STATE.

UNDERSTANDING THE distinction BETWEEN CITIZENSHIP OF A SOVEREIGN STATE and therefore the autochthonic IDENTITY OF A PEOPLE: The international organisation Declaration on the Rights of indigenous Peoples, Res. 61/295 of 2007 and Articles 19-22, African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act, Cap 10, Laws of the Federation of nigeria 1990 (now