By Eric Mba “Labour is Abia and Abia state is Labour.” This is the center of industry in the South East, the workers and the artisans own this state and still retain the force not to mess with, perhaps they have forgotten and now we are here to remind them.” As arrangement towards the 2023 electoral year gains momentum, Labour Party, Abia state chapter has reiterated its commitment to end the ongoing humiliation and abandonment of the work force in Abia state, from state institutions to private establishments, artisans and…
When most African countries depended on imported food and external assistance for development, Sankara championed local production and the consumption of locally-made goods.
“Having braced the first storm of rejection and acceptance and internal party manipulations, Mr. Uwa only has time and chance to lead the region to its political relevance.”
The frustration, suffering and hunger unleashed on the people of Abia State by the current administration does not bode well as a government that claims to be working for and representing the people.
“Whether you like it or not, the truth as of today is that the only instrument recognized by law in Nigeria for the conduct of any polls, be it general elections, referendum and or plebiscite is the PVC”
“For Africa to take its rightful place on the world stage,” she argued that, “the gutter of the mind that we have lived in for centuries, must be cleaned out.”
These are things Ndi Igbo can do for themselves in the now if they hold their leaders accountable without spending energy accusing other people.
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“The government should allow the kings to work with them in the governing the countries – If we come together it becomes easy because the kingship are hereditary, the government operates at a tenure by political appointment
“Diaspora Africans have a burden upon their shoulders to come home and join politics in Africa, push out senile men occupying African politics and governance with no tangible evidence for their long stay in power, establish modern state that match with the global challenge of economically viable nations,