I tell you something. I was born in Benin City, learnt how to count in Yoruba, had my first Sunday school class in Hausa and my “adopted elder brother “ is an Ibo , tell me who am I ? I AM A NIGERIAN!
You may argue that
Yes, I beg to differ that the interest of Nigerians would be well served if a united
You would agree with me that a nation's status in the power equation of the New World Order revolves around the size and dynamism of its economy. In the present world, politics is driven by economic and not the other way round. The tendency is for smaller economies to come together to be able to have impact on the world economy because of the fundamental change in the projection of power.
There are about 250 different languages and cultures in
It is unthinkable that in the event that
It gladdens the hearts that we are fully aware of our chronic problems. This awareness can comprehensively throw us into focus and provide us with a better and more realistic perspective from which we can find permanent solutions to our social, economic, political and ethnic problems. Let me add this in passing that in a diverse and plural society as
It is our duty to keep the nation together.
Peter Ihaza is the immediate past President of Nigerian Union, Hungary