• EMMANUEL ONWUBIKO Human Rights Activist, Social Media Expert, Writer

ARTICLES

Welcome to the Republic of Fear

10
Jul,2014

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“We must stop playing ethnic or religious cards on matters of counter terrorism campaign”. Fear in the expert opinion of psychologists is said to be a vital response to physical and emotional danger and they also said that if we…

OPINION: OPEN LETTER TO ABIA CITIZENS

26
Apr,2014

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Permit me to use this opportunity to react to an article published by www.247ureports.com. The article in question has the aforementioned title which was purportedly authored by one Onwubiko Emmanuel who claimed to be a writer, critic and an activist…

THE METAPHYSICAL UNDERPINNING OF KIDNAPPINGS

3
Jan,2014

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An inquiry into the not -so -easily decipherable causes of the incessant and unrelenting cases of forced armed kidnappings of human beings by freelance armed hoodlums of Nigerian origin will begin with another sub-inquiry of why such a beautiful spiritual…

KESHI: PRAGMATIC PATRIOTISM IN ACTION

13
Nov,2013

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Ironically, the university teachers have the sympathy of certain critical minded people in the society for protesting the unwholesome breach by the federal government of its legal contractual obligation to meet with the terms of a binding agreement reached with…

HOW FAIR IS NIGERIA’S ELECTRICITY TARIFF?

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Aug,2013

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On Monday August 19th 2013, a crop of young civil society activists and the representatives of several print and electronic media gathered at the Bolton White Hotel in Garki, Abuja with a common purpose in mind – to brainstorm on…

Michelle Obama Vs Patience Jonathan: Same Title, Different Styles

1
Jul,2013

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While in contemplation on the extensive psychological, social and economic damage caused by the phenomenal rate of sexual violations of minors especially girls by adult sex predators in Nigeria, I was rudely interrupted by a loud broadcast by a local television in…

Institutional Inequities Against The Nigerian Child

27
May,2013

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Nigeria will on Monday, May 27 2013 mark with the usual make-belief and heavily contrived fanfare in governmental quarters, the Children and Youth Day during which the Nigerian Child is  celebrated. And in much of the sermons that will characterize…

UNDERSTANDING ACHEBE’S THERE WAS A COUNTRY

2
Nov,2012

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In early October 2012, long before the latest work of scholarship ‘There was a Country’ by the internationally respected Novelist, Essayist and the critically acclaimed original father of African indigenous literature Professor Chinua Achebe hit the book stands in Nigeria,…

Igbo Losses Counted at Oputa Panel

26
Jul,2001

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Abuja—Dark memories of the Nigerian civil war echoed at the Justice Chukwudifu Oputa panel yesterday as Ohanaeze Ndigbo and the Arewa Consultative Forum engaged each other in a fierce dispute over the cause of the 1967-70 war. Ohanaeze’s presentation, which…

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