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Youth Power: The Zikist Movement (Part 2)

29th June 2022

  The history of Nigeria’s independence struggle has featured popular names like Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, and Sir Ahmadu Bello. Other notable names include Sir Tafawa Balewa, Dr. Michael Okpara and S.L. Ankintola and a host of others. However, there are unsung heroes of the Nigeria independence movement, the Zikist Movement. The Zikist … Continue reading Youth Power: The Zikist Movement (Part 2)

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War Memories: Igbo Celebrates Biafra After 55 Years

1st June 2022

  Today is Remembrance Day. The Nigerian-Biafran War (1967-1970) evokes diverse feelings and emotions among various people in Nigeria. For so many Nigerians, the Biafran War was an ugly past in Nigeria’s history that should not be remembered, but for the Igbo people who made up the most of the defunct Biafran Republic population, the … Continue reading War Memories: Igbo Celebrates Biafra After 55 Years

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Youth Power: The Zikist Movement (Part 1)

25th May 2022

Since Nigeria gained independence from the British in 1960, leading figures like Nnamdi Azikiwe, Obafemi Awolowo, and Ahmadu Bello amongst others have been celebrated as freedom fighters and dominated the Nigerian mainstream history. However, there are various unsung heroes of Nigeria’s independence – the youths. There have been opinions that the Nigerian youth were nowhere … Continue reading Youth Power: The Zikist Movement (Part 1)

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Did You Know? 5 Delicacies that are Indigenous to Abia State

29th May 2020

Abia State is located in southeastern Nigeria. This state which has been dubbed “God’s Own State” has Umuahia as its capital. The people of Abia are reputed to be industrious and hospitable. They have an interesting culture too. This culture finds expression in their food. Today, we’ll briefly discuss five delicacies that are indigenous to … Continue reading Did You Know? 5 Delicacies that are Indigenous to Abia State

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Do You Know? Cultural Tourism in Abia State

Africa is full of cultural diversities, and Nigeria is no exception. Within each ethnic group in Nigeria lies diversities that give us a rich cultural heritage.  Read more about Travel and Tourism An aspect of cultural heritage that makes domestic tourism within a delight is myths. Most tourist destinations in Nigeria have a myth or … Continue reading Do You Know? Cultural Tourism in Abia State

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5 Men From Abia State To Follow On Social Media

6th May 2020

Nigeria is a diverse country comprising people of various ethnic nationalities and states. It helps to acknowledge the greatness of the country by highlighting natives of the country who have achieved remarkable success in their respective fields. There are a plethora of such individuals throughout Nigeria – in all 36 states – from Abia to … Continue reading 5 Men From Abia State To Follow On Social Media

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