Letter from Washington

October 7 Monument On The Niger

October 7 Monument On The Niger

Like all dastardly organized inhumanities, the willful injustice had its consequences. Asaba in October 7, found women and children separated from their condemned fathers and brothers.
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Lagos-Benin expressway: Blood sacrifice of a people

Lagos-Benin expressway: Blood sacrifice of a people

Note : This piece contains a gory photograph that could be disturbing to some readers.

An Igbo welder roasted alive , few days ago in Jos . After the so called calm.
The Long buses have been the target of horrific night ambushes in the name of anything for some time now.
These buses according to my sources are suddenly crashed into, in the dead of night on Abuja -Auchi roads, Abuja – Ilorin, Abuja -Ibadan- Lagos, by devilish waiting on the brinks tankers, and those are described as accidents. Unidentified robbers come to the scene after the wounded are taken away and the dead tell no tales. On the terrible Lagos Benin route , the Ondo section from Ore has been deliberately left untouched since Anenih.

Jonathan and a new Nigerian Leadership

Jonathan and a new Nigerian Leadership

Acting President Goodluck Jonathan has not even been in office for long, yet people are going around shopping for a vice-president, why? Instead of letting him do his job, some miscreants are making mockery of Nigeria once again. Where in the constitution does it say that an acting president must have a deputy to function?

Haiti: A feedback from  Austria,   Benin…

Haiti: A feedback from Austria, Benin…

On February 13, 1994, Nature Servant Phillip Eguaseki Asomwonriri returned home to Africa. To come along with us about Africanite Religion, we cite from the Africanite Proclamation dated, WEDNESDAY,1994, page 46, subtitled, “The Divine Nature” A glance at the Universe; instantly reveals how magnificent and abundant Nature possessions contain and HER endless treasures remain a source of bewilderment to those who possess the Earthly spirit of the Universe.

Rwanda: An Evolving Coconut Republic

Rwanda: An Evolving Coconut Republic

When former President Bill Clinton made a historic trip to Africa in March 1998, he hailed Presidents Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia, Isaiah Afwerki of Eritrea, Laurent Kabila of Congo DR, Paul Kagame of Rwanda and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda as the new leaders of Africa taking charge of their own backyard. As it turned out, the so-called “new leaders” were just old win in new bottles.