Category Archives: Frank & Fair

BIAFRA: The Army and IPOB

By Dr. Ugoji Egbujo Biafra was justice and freedom. But Biafra has become a tool for charlatans, a toy for dissipation of youthful exuberance. Biafra once evoked Igbo unity and enterprise. But Biafra has now been appropriated by jobless opportunists who exploit the frustrations of their poor brothers. Biafra was Igbo fellowship. But this their  […]

An Eid letter to President Buhari

By Dr. Ugoji Egbujo My President. We are still in the season, so happy Eid Mubarak. I had wanted to send you this message in Igbo. So that you get the message. But I hate tit for tat.  And I know you will never give us a Sallah message in Hausa again. Our prayers were […]

Nigeria: “The settled, non negotiable union”

By Dr. Ugoji Egbujo It’s not impossible Lord Lugard is laughing in his grave.  It’s not often that  a man’s selfish and commercial adventure   come to be venerated as a moral ideal. When he strapped the southern and northern protectorates together in 1914, he did it to meet British colonial interests. Now he must be […]

Men everywhere, no husbands for the girls  

By Dr. Ugoji Egbujo Everywhere you look, you see beautiful ladies languishing. They could have moved on. But our puritanical society hates single mothers and despises unmarried women. love The chickens have come home to roost. Parents spent time grooming perishable girls. Everywhere is awash with marriageable girls. The boys were awarded freedom. They hopped […]

The London pilgrims and the age of infantilism

By Dr. Ugoji Egbujo The governor will not commit suicide after all. He knows we have accepted him as a maker of gross mischief. So he doesn’t need to prove anything. He will keep the pictures or tell his artistes to stop work. They have been overtaken by events. He will keep his saintliness and […]