Toyin Aimakhu did really great when her efforts led to the raising of millions of naira for the treatment of Mayowa Ahmed, a lady stricken down with cancer. Even though there was eventually a lot of controversy between Toyin and Mayowa’s family about the money raised, Toyin’s effort brought funds and hope to an issue that… Continue reading Toyin Aimakhu Is Zikist Movement’s First Nominee For Person Of The Year (2016)
Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe was a detribalized Nigerian who inspired the devotion of people from all parts of Nigeria, who saw in him a true national leader. An example is Mallam Habib Raji Abdullah, who became the Interim President of the Zikist Movement (an anticolonialist organization) at its formation in the 1940s. Raji Abdullah was a… Continue reading Remembering Raji Abdullah, Northern Leader Of The Zikist Movement
Olympia Golden recently said: Zikist Movement should be strengthened, for Nigerians, Africans, & black folks around the world. How do we strengthen the Zikist Movement? Please, let’s get your suggestion in the comments.
Please sign this petition to get the African Union to grant Haiti full membership. If you are a Zikist, you will sign this, because Zik helped Africa passionately, including granting refuge to the great Nelson Mandela when the Apartheid regime was after him. See the petition on the link below. https://www.change.org/p/african-union-grant-haiti-full-membership?recruiter=577225049&utm_source=petitions_show_components_action_panel_wrapper&utm_medium=copylink
By Obi Nwakanma This article originally appeared in Vanguard. The mish-mash of Nigeria’s post-war history has permitted many sad revisions which in turn has made Nigerian historical studies and its statements therefrom to be lopsided, ethnic, and gnarled. We have tended in Nigeria to celebrate the worst of us, and have confined Nigeria’s true national… Continue reading Did you know that Nwafor Orizu the man who coined the term Zikism was President of Nigeria?