According to a report from Daily Times Nigeria, fighters loyal to the Islamic States of West Africa Province issued out a warning to residents of Borno State against cooperating with the soldiers of the Nigerian Army. This terrorist group went as far as sharing fliers to residents of Borno and painted the Nigerian Army black.
There are so many Celebrities that have made a remarkable impact in the Society. Some of these Celebrities can't be forgotten because of the legacy they left behind. Here are four Igbo legends that have put Nigeria on the World map. 01: Chinua Achebe This great man was a very Influential Nigerian Novelist and Poet.
1) Nnamdi Azikiwe: he was a Nationalist and fought for the independence of Nigeria. He was the first president of Nigeria. 2) Chinua Achebe: he was a novelist who wrote so many books and often criticized the occupation of the colonial masters in Nigeria.
Nwando Achebe is a daughter to renowned writer, Chinua Achebe. Chinua Achebe is a great novelist, poet who is regarded as the father of Modern African Literature. His daughter Nwando also followed his scholarly footsteps. She is a professor of history as well as a prolific writer.
Anambra state has produced several men of integrity in Nigeria, in this article, we would be taking look at some men of integrity from Anambra state. 1) Chinua Achebe: this great man hails from Anambra state. He is widely referred to as one of the greatest novelist in the history of Africa.
Nigeria has produced great writers who have made the country proud and make name for themselves beyond the shores of African continent.Amongst them are Nigerian prolific writers, Professor Wole Soyinka, late Chinua Achebe, and late JP Clark.The trio made Nigeria proud with their artistic works and also use their works to call for good governance at different points in time.
Personal Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Social Media, Mrs. Lauretta Onochie has said that President Muhammadu Buhari is the fixer who has come to fix Nigeria from scratch.She made reference to a book ' There Was A Nation written late Chinua Achebe who passed away in 2013.
Over the years, English language has become the most spoken language in the world and this has prompted most countries to adopt it as their official language and Nigeria is one of such countries. Even though Nigeria has produced notable scholars of English (Literature) like Wole Soyinka (Nobel laureate), Chinua Achebe, Chimamanda Adiche etc., it is clear that majority of the population still struggle with English language (either spoken or written).
Chinua Achebe has continued to pull academic weight even in death. According to Google Scholar, there are 10082 citations of his works since 2016. His H-index and i10-index within the period are 35 and 71 respectively. Google Scholar also reveals that Achebe's works have been cited 28584 times.
The Presidency has released a video of President Muhammadu Buhari singing the song of legendary Reggae star, Bob Marley.The humorous video which showed President Buhari singing 'everything is going to be right', a popular lyric in the song of Bob Marley was a photo-shopped video of the President singing the song of hope.
Opinion: If You Are The Type Of Man That Beat Your Wife Often, These 5 Things Cannot Be Far From You
I once read a book by Chinua Achebe titled "Things Fall Apart." The author emphasized a character in the book who frequently beats his wife, and as a result, his in-laws withdrew his wife and children from him as a punishment for beating up his wife.
pic venturesafrica Life is like a vapour that wouldn't be able to return from where it took off, but the only reason why life is better than vapour is that you should be remembered with what you achieved, some peoples history won't be erased for ever, because their good works still speaks volumes about them, even when they are no more, if after living here on Earth, and one do not have any positive infact, he/she left:, it therefore better if such a person didn't came into this world at all.
Nigeria is blessed with several inspiring women who are making marks and leaving footprints for the younger generation to follow.In today's article, we are going to meet the daughter of a prominent man who indeed made mark in the society, he is non other than the amazing Chinua Achebe.
The pressure of putting out one or more articles daily can leave you with little or no time for acquiring better ways to polish your literature. Either way, there's a need to carve out time for the things that help you grow, especially when that growth involves your chosen career or job.
Three thousand five hundred and seventy Nigeria university dons are listed in the 2021 edition of AD Scientific Index ranking but two of them stand out. These two men are Chinua Achebe and Joe Sonne Chinyere Mbagwu. Achebe and Mbagwu have died many years ago but they still occupy prime positions among Nigerian lecturers that are listed in the latest ranking.
Chinua Achebe was a Nigerian poet and novelist who was born November 16, 1930.He was born in the igbo village of Ogidi, Nigeria to his parents,Isaiah Okafo Achebe and Janet Anaenechi Iloegbunam.His father was a a teacher while his mother was a vegetable farmer.
A presidential aide, Lauretta Onochie has once again spoken.Lauretta Onochie is one lady who always speaks out when there is a need for her to do so.According to a tweet she made earlier today, she stated it clearly that President Buhari came to fix Nigeria from the scratch.
Human rights activist, Reno Omokri, has aired his view over the recent attack on the Nigerian Defence Academy by bandits. The activist took to his official Instagram page on Tuesday to post his opinion on the matter. According to him, the attack was too successful not to be aided by an insider.
Prof Chinua Achebe, our very own literary genius, left us with a book titled, plainly and accurately, "There Was a Country," soon before he bid us farewell. Events that continue to mould a country that was once the envy and hope of many into one that no one wants to live in or be a part of must have inspired that book.
Opinion: Pay to Free Kidnapped Greenfield University Students, Since You Have Failed in Providing Security
John Ewah The Nigerian Government cannot be maintaining a stern and sturdy stance against negotiating with terrorists just to look good in the eyes of the international community, while the lives of innocent Nigerians hang on a precipice at the mercy of raving narcissistic psychopaths and raging sociopaths whose sadomasochistic proclivities are only satisfied by the horrors of bloodshed.