2 edition of open letter to my Yoruba compatriots on how we can move Nigeria forward found in the catalog.
open letter to my Yoruba compatriots on how we can move Nigeria forward
Pius O. Omachonu
Includes bibliographical references (p. 60).
|Statement||Pius O. Omachonu.|
|LC Classifications||JQ3096 .O475 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||2002394092|
“But the British were not treated as gods by the Yoruba. In my experience, the Yoruba regarded themselves as superior to the British and one only had to read a book written by Awolowo, the Western leader, to know why. The Yoruba were often highly intelligent and they taunted the British with sending inferior people to Nigeria. My daughter's letter to the tooth fairy, includes asking for a "gun" for her sister. In Nigeria, we believe in showing the utmost respect for your elders. In the Yoruba tribe, we have several cultural norms related to how you greet and address elders. Fast forward to .
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Some compatriots say we wouldn’t know the real man we have as our president until the chickens come home to roost in In that year, would President Muhammadu Buhari have removed the veil to succumb to the current sacrilegious clamour to go for a fatal tenure extension.
Would he have given in to calls [ ]. No, none of my kids attended the Federal school at New Bussa but many years ago, my better half and I plus another couple went on excursion there and we had a delightful time of it, from buying fish on the bank of the Niger which we personally grilled and had for dinner, to taking in the then growing small town.
I wont tell you lets hug and makeup as igbo and yoruba, but i am open to a good conversation with you about how we can improve nigeria. Aite. Aite!. Am cool with that. Am actually a student of history and it runs deep in my blood i.e history. This implies that I dont really need my parents to pass down the "hate" before I know what really happened.
Yoruba man betray is brothers and so does the reasons for betrayal are material thing suchand lot prayer is one day Yoruba and Ibo will put all differences behind them and learn form past mistakes and move forward because in these two tribes I see intellectuals, progress, development,and lot more.
There is a mistrust in the way the Igbo relate with their Yoruba compatriots. But analysts say the premises are faulty The past 18 months or thereabout have yielded bountifully, elements that have inflamed tempers among the Igbo and Yoruba, as it usually plays out when members of the two major tribes have cause to discuss who did or did not do what in Nigeria’s pre- and post.
About the 11th century ad, Yoruba city-states developed in western Nigeria, and some, such as Benin, became powerful kingdoms in later centuries.
During medieval times, northern Nigeria had contact with the open letter to my Yoruba compatriots on how we can move Nigeria forward book kingdoms of the western Sudan (Ghana, Mali, and Songhai) and with countries of the Mediterranean across the Sahara.
Three of my brothers left Nigeria. One left to have his masters degree and work in the UK. One chose to study in the US. The third traveled to Cote d'Ivore to perfect his French while he waited to hear from a job he applied for.
He never heard fro. Little Bee is my book club’s selection for this month. One of our members convinced us that it was an excellent read and she was so right.
The characters were amazingly depicted. The two women were so complex – vulnerable yet strong, passionate yet conflicted.
The book club wanted to ask a few questions prior to our meeting next Tuesday: 1. My Dear Compatriots, NIGERIA’S DECADE. Today marks a new decade. It is a time of hope, optimism and fresh possibilities.
We look forward as a nation to the s as the opportunity to build on the foundations we have laid together on security, diversification of our economy and taking on the curse of corruption.
By Ademola Adegbamigbe The September letter which Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State wrote to President Muhammadu Buhari on the state of the nation, which has become viral on the net, is generating acrimonious debates already.
While some compatriots saw the letter as a demonstration of the governor’s zeal to speak truth to power, other critics. The verses that make up each householders' oriki is the content. Another context in Yoruba cultural tradition is Yoruba intellectual culture.
In harmony, oriki is one of the subsets of Yoruba Intellectual Culture. Thus in my book, Yoruba Glorious Secrets, I did a chapter on Yoruba Intellectual Culture.
But not on Oriki though. OPEN LETTER Your Excellency, APPRECIATION On behalf of this coalition and all the peace-loving people of Northern Nigeria, we begin this letter by commending your efforts towards finding a lasting solution to the lingering Igbo-induced crisis that is undoubtedly overheating the polity.
We write this letter to you considering your importance as the head of the Fulani people in Nigeria. You are also the head of Fulani Muslims in Nigeria. It is our hope that you will be able to share the thoughts expressed here with the 7 million Fulani people in Nigeria through your traditional means of communication.
What can birth ìwà, as being, and what can ìwà birth, as behavior, are two faces of the same coin. But as we have seen above, ìwà can bring repugnant or destructive things/acts; and it can be debased; which is how we think Yoruba actually want to look at the concept, ọmọlúàbí.
We had more than 50 people working on this on a daily basis to make sure that we can find the Americans, get the planes, secure flight clearances for. All Nigerian regions and territories had their own individual flags and symbols in This was also the case with the new states that were created in The state flags usually consisted of the Nigerian flag, with the state coat of arms in the middle of the flag.
However, the Murtala regime (c). The do-or-die is because of stupendous wealth that awaits he/she who can rustle needed certificates together, get a godfather It’s not too late to stop the elections which we all know are not going to be free or fair but would worsen the existing problems because the basic problems must be solved before we can move forward.
But my message to the filthy Yoruba pig is that, if you don't want to give us your cursed land, we will rear our cattle not only on your farmlands but in your churches. And if you try to stop us, we would killed your chicken hearted men like rabbits then turn your mothers, wives, sisters and daughters to our sex slaves like we have always done.
For our father, Corporal Ohanugo, you who never came back to the children of the barracks [In which I compile my various thoughts on Professor Chinua Achebe’s book, There Was A Country: A Personal History of Biafra culled from my numerous postings on Twitter, Facebook and is intended to serve primarily as a historical archive of my views.
We believe that change will come from individuals living in Nigeria, we are simply asking you to aid us in clearing the roadblocks, so that we can move Nigeria closer to greatness. I hope I have not been too forward in this letter; personally I’m just tired of my dear Nigeria being a joke to the international community.
It is obvious that the Federal Government cannot provide all the regenerative Infrastructures required in Nigeria even if OBAMA or TRUMP was the President of Nigeria. It is the states like Lagos that can move the country forward.
A state that generates more than it receives from the Federal Government. Townsend, Henry Anglican Communion (Church Missionary Society) Nigeria An English missionary of the Church Missionary Society (CMS) and one of the founders of the Yoruba mission, Henry Townsend was born in in Exeter, England, into a family still known till date for their pedigree in the printing business.
"The increase was so exponential in such a short time that within three short decades the Igbos had closed the gap and quickly moved ahead as the group with the highest literacy rate, the highest standard of living, and the greatest of citizens with post-secondary education"-There was a Nation", by Chinua AchebeNigeria’s foremost novelist Chinua.
Hmmm, let take a look at the name, NIGERIA (the giant of Africa) there’s no country that Nigeria will be that will not be developed, Nigeria has done more good than harms, to the country of South Africa, without Nigeria the development of South Africa lies on the hand of we Nigerians due to the companies workshops, technological aspect etc.
Instability or appearance of it is a bad omen for any government and this suspended state of inertia cannot go on ad infinitum but must be checked conclusively in order to move Nigeria forward.
To treat the simmering conundrum as a non starter or none issue is like sweeping lighted dynamite under the carpet without first immobilizing the fuse. We have let you do your work, and we have done ours, but you little know how closely we have watched you, and your ways please us.
We have not only looked at your mouths but at your hands, and we have no complaint to lay against you. Just go on with your work with a quiet mind, you are our friends, and we are yours. . The story (details of which are documented in my book, Time to Reclaim Nigeria) involved a land buy-back scam in which the name of President Goodluck Jonathan, the Attorney General of the Federation, Mohammed Adoke, and the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, featured prominently.
But I can tell you that Iyabo’s letter is a vital document, which can be a reference source for anyone who is interested in the politics of Nigeria at the moment,” he said. The coalition of Northern youth groups who had earlier in the month called for Igbos to vacate the region on or before the 1st of October have written to the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo to.
We no longer have patriots our compatriots are political jobbers and looters of the national treasury that milk the nation’s resource without recourse to their tribal marks. The real patriots that exist are the commoners be them Hausa, Ibo or Yoruba, that sit together and watch Nigeria unable to qualify for the African Nations Cup.
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Nigeria We Hail Thee. Nigeria we hail thee, Our own dear native land, Though tribe and tongue may differ, In brotherhood we stand, Nigerians all, are proud to serve Our sovereign Motherland. Our flag shall be a symbol That truth and justice reign, In peace or battle honour’d, And this we count as gain, To hand on to our children A banner.
About 3 months ago, we got a phone call from Nigeria by a man named Dr. Ali Abubabker -I don't believe that is his real name--his phone number is He introduced himself to us as the director of NNPC. He said that he had a confidential message for my husband, but if we were to expose this message he could lose his job and his life.
We do hope that Nigeria survives, and as history is often written in the tranche of a hundred years, in spite of the current revisionist agenda of your faction of the Yoruba, history will record that Awo was a felon, was a fascist and tribalist, and that his faction of the Yoruba were reactionaries and revanchists who practiced and propagated.
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