Beast in Denial – Rise of Xenophobia around the globe

It’s quite amazing to see how hard times and austerity can strike up the real beast in humans both in those that claim to be most civilized and their counterparts that are regarded to be less civilized. Am I astonished by this rise and increase of xenophobia around the globe? The answer is absolutely not. What astonishes me is that a nation or people that cry out for the migration of foreigners into its territory is at the same time carrying out xenophobic actions.


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Nollywood Movies: Why I am worried

Nollywood Movies: Why I am worried - A few days ago, I talked about how most Nollywood movies help in creating a bad image of the Igbos and its detrimental effect on Igbo culture. Today, I want to touch on the part of the negative effect on our kids and its influence on criminality. [...]

After this Battle What Next in Nigeria

From the time, Nigeria got her independence until today; Igbos have never “drink water and drop their cup” without any incongruity arising within or outside their territory.

Combing the hairs of Igbo records has always been a sad reminiscence of “feudalistic fatherism” and political oppression to Igbo people of Nigeria.



If Malaysia could pull through with so many races and ethnic groups, why can’t Nigeria do the same?

If Malaysia could pull through with so many races and ethnic groups, why can't Nigeria do the same? Malaysia has a multi-ethnic, multicultural, and multilingual society with the Chinese historically been dominant in the business and commerce community.

To know Malaysia is to love Malaysia. A bubbling, busting, melting pot of races and religions where Malays, Indians, Chinese and many other ethnic groups relatively live together in peace and harmony. Manufacturing constitutes the largest single component of Malaysia's economy. .