Our own Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala has just been appointed into the South African Presidential Economic Council. The woman is a brilliant achiever, just like Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. They both keep adding international feathers to their caps, or is it wearing many caps. The Yorubas say when a child washes his hands well they will…… Continue reading Ngozi Okonjo Iweala Appointed Into South African Presidential Council
When Chinedu Okorafor arrived Lagos in 2016 to make it and not to count bridges, he arrived with the following earthly possessions: ₦1,000, two jeans trousers, two shirts and a bagco sack bag. Inside the bagco sack bag were his toothbrush, comb and a few other personal effects. But Chinedu Okorafor also carried along with…… Continue reading How Igbos Get Rich Hawking Gala: Case Study + What Governor Fayose Did
The Igbo are rusk taking investors. They invest even in very harsh conditions where other investors fail to thread, because they can see what other investors fail to see. This habit of taking calculated risks is partly because of their extreme creativity. This creativity makes Igbos adapt to very dificult circumstances. African countries should therefore…… Continue reading Why Igbos are the vest foreign investors for African countries and should be encouraged to invest
Igbo Defender congratulates nwa afor Igbo, Charles Okocha for winning the comedy act at the NEA Awards (Nigerian Entertainment Awards) which took place at DC, US. Igbos will keep shinning wherever we are! O gini di!? Wetin!? Igbo Amaka. To learn how you can increase your own Resourceful Equianoism, buy this book.
Former Executive Director of Nigeria’s defunct telecommunications giant NITEL, Pa Joshua Akinwumi recently celebrated his 80th birthday. The Punch caught up with him, and as an elder who has nothing more to be afraid of, he spoke his mind on how Nigeria failed to harness the massive technological capability of the Igbos after the Nigeria-Biafra…… Continue reading Former Top Government Official Of Yoruba Origin Laments Massive Loss For Nigeria Due To Marginalization Of Igbos