NZEOGWU’S JANUARY 1966 COUP: THE TRUE GENESIS

The name of Major Patrick Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu is squarely associated with the January 1966 coup although the mastermind was Major Emmanuel Ifeajuna, and he was brought in at a stage in the plot. This is because he was the most successful in his tasks during the coup and the one that held his ground… Read More NZEOGWU’S JANUARY 1966 COUP: THE TRUE GENESIS

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RESTRUCTURING: The Infallible Blueprint

According to an important Igbo adage, if a child is crying and pointing at a particular direction, you can be sure that if his mother is not there his father is there. That action of the child is, therefore, a dependable indicator with which something invaluably valuable can be found for him. Nigerians are crying… Read More RESTRUCTURING: The Infallible Blueprint

FR BOOKSHELF GOES TO OKADA

Fountain Of Reason Bookshelf contains books published by me. All the books are available at Lulu Publishing (lulu.com) in paperback and ebook (See www.lulu.com/spotlight/ccnweze) Happily, they are now available in Nigeria, sold in Naira, and cheaply at Okada Publishing. Visit www.okadabooks.com.   This is a deliberate effort to meet popular demand. Published at Okada in the… Read More FR BOOKSHELF GOES TO OKADA

CATTLE-RELATED KILLINGS: AUTHORITATIVE REVELATIONS FROM AN EMIR

The cat has been finally let out of the bag. This happened at Zurmi in Zamfara State. The story is contained in the report in the following link: Gov Yari dissapointed that Buhari’s coming has increased spate of killings The story in this link is sequel to a cattle-related killing event reported earlier: the Massacre… Read More CATTLE-RELATED KILLINGS: AUTHORITATIVE REVELATIONS FROM AN EMIR

15 January 1966: NZEOGWU AND THE COUP

The first military coup happened in Nigeria on 15 January 1966, organized by some young officers of the Nigerian army led by Major Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu. The story has ever since been that Nzeogwu led a condemnable military coup that truncated democracy and cost human lives. No story is being told on why they struck,… Read More 15 January 1966: NZEOGWU AND THE COUP

The Nativity of the Christ

Every year we celebrate Christmas with so much fanfare in a period that concludes every year in a flourish and introduces a new year with an atmosphere of happy expectations that mollify or even completely set aside any unease that may be associated with the thoughts of possible difficulties that could be standing in wait… Read More The Nativity of the Christ