May God save us from oppressors
I cherish your article on Biafra Haram and the rest of us. In fact, the marginalisation is too much. May God save us from the hands of our oppressors. Please, keep it up. 07064650131
Continue to speak
May your days be long. May your pen never run dry and as your name implies, please continue to speak for us. 08023722328.
Biafra will be free
Biafra is the answer. The haunting ghost of Biafra will continue to torment the guilty tyrant and his ilk. Since 1966, Biafra has become Nigeria’s nightmare, because Nigeria is like a pup tent, which cannot stand the stormy current of Biafran hurricane of justice. Biafra shall be free. Mazi Amaechi. 08091214564.
Have you visited Oloibori?
I hate the word sabotage against the people that is bearing the blunts of the exploitation. Have you visited Oloibori, where this oil was first discovered? 08037268259
All Nigerians unequally yoked
Which people in Nigeria make others look as if others are outsiders? All Nigerians are unequally yoked. What Igbo are suffering is not limited to them. Biafra is a lane in narrow thinking. 08033397362
Hold Igbo reps responsible
It’s not only in Buhari’s mind that Biafra is dead and buried. Hold your political representatives at the local, states and federal levels accountable. Igbo are too tribalistic. You don’t like other tribes, but you want them to like you. Onyeajunwa, 08052212361
Igbo believe in competition
Thank you for your article. Biafra is in the mind of real Igbo men. Igbo believe in competition before a champion emerges and not quota system. Despite the loss of lives and money during the war and marginalisation, they are doing well all over the globe. As long as the Hausa-Fulani continue to hold on to power, Nigeria would hardly survive. One thousand Buharis cannot stop the birth of Biafra. It is time dependent. 08038854922
North voted more for Buhari
Most of the votes for Buhari came from the North. That he scored the highest number of votes made him the president; so he should take care of the people who made it possible. 08065105271.
Elite drawn into struggle
You have clearly hit the nail on the head. Buhari has only succeeded in drawing the South East elite into the Biafra agitation. 08183942262.
You’ve forgotten what Jonathan did?
So, you forgot so soon what Goodluck Jonathan did to the North? He retired military officers and paved way for Azubuike Ihejirika and Kenneth Minima to take charge. So many atrocities were done to the North. 08039176327.
You didn’t impress me
So sad you took so much time to write about an issue that did not impress an Igbo man like me. Please, adopt a nationalist approach in your ‘letters.’ 08098795004
It’s well with Igbo
It is well with the Igbo nation and the Jews of Africa and the entire world. Amen. Chidozie N. 07017192302.
Re: Ikpeazu, Ogah and the Abia elders
Ogah should exercise patience
You almost got it right. I am not a supporter of either Okezie Ikpeazu or Uche Ogah. The only missing link is that Ogah should be advised to exercise little patience in the interest of the people of Abia, since his tenure starts from the day he is sworn-in. Mr. Peter Obi, former governor of Anambra State, waited for almost three years before he was finally sworn-in. if it was a murder case, are you telling me Ikpeazu will be executed without being allowed to exhaust all avenues provided by law for fair hearing? The situation in Abia now requires application of common sense, in consideration of the general well-being of the people. Abia State is one of the most backward states in the South East zone. These political quagmire and kidnapping are not healthy for Abia’s quick recovery. 08050227369
Truth can’t be buried
I lack words in expressing how I felt after reading your beautiful piece. Truth cannot be buried. It is really unfortunate. 08032910874.
Kudos for the article
God bless you on the article, “Ikpeazu, Ogah and the Abia elders,” on Daily Sun of July 8, 2016. 07084764550
Re: Bankrupt states of the federation
Some govs’re heartless
Some Nigerian governors are heartless, not minding the sufferings of the masses. Go to states and see the decay therein. However, the governors continue to siphon billions. 08038742548
Leaders are born, not made
Your position on bankrupt states is normal and suggestions right, if the governors would adopt them. True leaders are born and not made. Kwame Nkrumah and Nelson Mandela were born leaders and they made impact in their nations. It’s sad that our leaders are failing; born leaders like Peter Obi, if your report is right, is it. Lai Ashadele, 07067677806.
I agree with you on Obi
I agree absolutely with you on Mr. Peter Obi’s financial prudence and unrivaled, varied developments and investments for the people of Anambra. 08036680177