Ojukwu’s Burial

June 12 remains our national nemesis – Opadokun

Though the realisation of June 12 lies in the forgotten past, the vestiges of the agitation by political activists and pro-democracy operators still linger on. For the former General Secretary of Afenifere and NADECO, Chief Ayo Opadokun, June 12 cannot be wished away even though Nigeria is currently enjoying civilian rule but not democracy. In his characteristic manner, he said the activities chronicle the woes of Nigeria and posited that May 29 can never be an accepted date for the celebration of democracy in Nigeria.
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Ojukwu: Tribute from Chinweizu

IN this world, most people are not famous at all. Some people’s fame is ephemeral, some are famous for 5 minutes and are hardly remembered again. Most persons are not remembered at all a year after their corpse is interred. Remembrance becomes enduring only when one’s life’s work has relevance for many future generations.

Ojukwu’s burial rites move to Abia

UMUAHIA- PROGRAMME of activities for the burial of Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu shifted to Abia State weekend with a large procession of Abians to some important places in Umuahia that have something to do with the late Ikemba.