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    Throwback: What did you hear about Anini?

    Lawrence Nomanyagbon Anini, the famous Nigerian criminal, who threatened Benin City in the 1980s, alongside his colleague, Monday Osunbor. He became almost a household name in Nigeria, to the extent some parents used it to reprimand their children who engaged in criminal activities. Anini was born in a town around 30 kilometers (20 mi) from […] More

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    Killi-we Nwachukwu: The narrative of an Igbo Superman:

    Uzoma Nwaozuzu Nwachukwu, was an Igbo Superman. He hailed from Mbaitolu in Imo state. He was conceived in 1931 and passed on October 31, 1992. He was nicknamed “Killi-we” Nwachukwu due to his colossal regular quality. Killi-we Nwachukwu was for over three decades celebrated as a homegrown Nigerian superman. A portion of his unbelievable amazing […] More

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    WHY CAN’T WE BID DR NNANNA UKAEGBU FAREWELL?

    BY PRINCE MACDONALD ENWERE According to Jiddu Krishnamurti, an Indian philosopher and writer ” Good men must die but death cannot kill their names”.Chief Dr. Basil Nnanna Ukaegbu popularly known as “Odieh” is a strong name that cannot be killed by death. According to George Elliot, an English novelist, poet and journalist “Our dead can […] More

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    Incessant beating of Journalists in Imo: How not to be honourable

    By Eustace Okere In the last one month, there has been over three disturbing reports of assault meted on practicing journalists in Imo State. Unfortunately, these assaults, beating and attacks by thugs on journalists were masterminded by some supposed honourable members of the Imo State House of Assembly. What an aberration! In sane climes, legislators, […] More