Posts Tagged ‘Jude Ndukwe’

Shiites’ Lives also Matter

So much has been said about the growing fractious relationship between the military and the civil society. Before now, our military especially the army, had been the bastion of discipline, restraint and civility. Growing up, a lot of us fantasized about how we would join the military, and shine before our civilian mates with our […]

Sambo Dasuki and Nigeria’s Subtle Descent into Anarchy By Jude Ndukwe

“We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only bypermission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force” – Ayn Rand Col Sambo Dasuki, rtd, was […]

Re: Abia State Enough is Enough By Jude Ndukwe

It was with my sincerest sympathies and pity for APGA’s Alex Otti that I read his infantile tirade against the governor, the government and the good people of Abia State, which he disguised as a speech of intent for his 2019 governorship ambition in Abia State, as recently published in ThisDay Newspaper. Reading through the […]
Drug Abuse, Ndigbo , Northern Youths , Jude Ndukwe

Drug Abuse: Ndigbo And The Real Authors Of Moral Decadence Among Northern Youths

By Jude Ndukwe [dropcap style=”square” color=”#1e73be” bgcolor=”#ffffff”]A[/dropcap] University Don, Malam Bala Mohammed, of the Faculty of Communications, Bayero University, Kano, has accused the Igbo of being responsible for the drug abuse prevalent among youths in the north. He was reported to have made this wild claim  of “unscrupulous Igbo drug dealers as brain behind the scourge” while presenting […]

Colonel Gabriel Adetunji Ajayi, Nigerian Military, TY Danjuma

T.Y. Danjuma: The Hypocrisy Of A Chief Mourner

[dropcap style=”square” color=”#1e73be” bgcolor=”#ffffff”]W[/dropcap]hen on Saturday, March 24, 2018, Gen T.Y. Danjuma sent out a shrill cry to Nigerians using the exalted pedestal of the Taraba State University’s first convocation ceremony as a medium to send out his message, one could see nothing but desperation, frustration and hopelessness all over him as a result of […]
Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah, International Women's Day,

Ifeanyi Ubah: When Charity Meets Capacity (1)

[dropcap style=”square” color=”#000000″ font=”georgia”]D[/dropcap]r Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah does not need any more introductions. By a dint of hard work, determination, focus and the God factor, he has grown to become a household name in Nigeria, particularly in critical sectors of the Nigerian economy. From oil & gas to sports, to politics and then charity, he […]