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198 METHODS OF NONVIOLENT POLITICAL ACTION ADOPTED BY IPOB

198 METHODS OF NONVIOLENT POLITICAL ACTION ADOPTED BY IPOB .  It takes a great degree of intellect, discipline and application to understand exactly what IPOB is doing. Practitioners of nonviolent struggle like IPOB have an entire arsenal of “nonviolent weapons” at our disposal. Listed below are 198 of them, classified into three broad categories: nonviolent

THE BIGGEST QUESTION IN AFRICAN

THE BIGGEST QUESTION IN AFRICAN. Who signed the 1914 Amalgamation? By Austine Obogo  Check out this fact!  Nnamdi Azikiwe was born in 1904(was 10years old when the 1914 treaty was signed) Obafemi Awolowo was born in 1909(was 5years old when the 1914 treaty was signed) Abubakar Tafawa Balewa was born in 1912(was 2years old before

WHY IGBO’S ARE ANGRY WITH NIGERIA GOVERNMENT.

WHY IGBOS ARE ANGRY WITH NIGERIA GOVERNMENT: People who are not from the East of Nigeria where Igbos come from often ask, why there is so much anger in the East and among Igbos. Some wonder why, despite the famed Igbo” wealth’ and enterprise all over Nigeria, the people still complain that Nigeria is unfair

Margret and her Future mother in-law

  “BEAUTY IS NOT ENOUGH” David picked up his phone and called Margret (the lady he wants to marry) “Hello! Margret, am in my family house now. You can come over let me introduce you to my mum.” Margret was happy, she jumped on her bed. *”Is your mum at home now?”* She asked with

WORDS FROM MR Eazi

  WORDS FROM MR EAZI “If your self-esteem is based on how much you have in your bank account, then you have a serious self-esteem issue. Right from when I sang my very first song, someone offered me N80m record deal but I turned it down and at the time, I did not have N300,000

55 FACT ABOUT NIGERIA

Nigerian History — 55 Things You Need To Know 1. The River Niger Bridge at Onitsha was constructed between 1964 and 1965 by Dumez, a French construction company, and cost £5 million. 2. Patience Jonathan is one of Nigeria’s most-educated First Ladies, with an NCE, a B.Ed, and Msc from University of Port-Harcourt. 3. The

THE END OF AN AFRICAN DREAM MACHINE

The end of an African Dream machine. Dr Ezekiel Izuogu an Igbo electrical engineer, he was a lecturer at Federal polytechnic Nekede. Dr Izuogu designed and developed the Izuogu Z-600, which is the first African indigenous manufactured car. BBC was quoted as calling the Car the African Dream Machine as 90% of its materials was