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Latest News from Ebeano.org

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10October

Nnamani wants end to discrimination against women ....pays WAEC fees for girls in his constituency

To give more symbolism to his position, Senator Nnamani said he will pay the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) fees for all female students taking the exams in May/June 2020 in public schools ...

16September

Xenophobia: Nnamani commends Air Peace... wants policy to support indigenous entrepreneurs

“The bold steps taken by the management of Air Peace to rescue our stranded citizens in South Africa on account of the xenophobic attacks by South Africans is commendable. This gesture will go a lon...

25August

ON THE SECURITY SITUATION IN ENUGU STATE

The recent spate of the killings in Igboland, the latest being in my own constituency of Enugu East Senatorial District where Rev. Fr. Paul Offu and pregnant Regina Mba were gruesomely murdered by hoo...

7August

Day Ugwuanyi, Nnamani, others honoured Igbo women, by Magnus Eze

Nnamani challenged women of Igbo extraction to be enterprising both in business and in politics, urging them to emulate prominent Igbo women of old who excelled in politics and in businesses. He added...

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Aladimma: Developmental Trajectory of Igbo People, Thisday Guest Columnist by Chimaroke Nnamani

Sep 16, 2019
Like the Jews our homeland can rise here in Aladimma, South East Nigeria within her jurisdictional control and authority that is One Nigeria with neither a Flag nor National Anthem but with inherent, foundational and native inalienable sovereignty.  Infact with little or no study of political science, I believe sovereignty resides permanently with the people and those in authority exercise it...

Ndigbo: The Reality of a Virtual Nation in the Diaspora, Thisday Guest Columnist by Chimaroke Nnamani

Aug 26, 2019
Therefore, the heartbeat of a virtual Igbo nation is outside the confines of the Igbo homestead. Ndigbo Global or Ndigbo Worldwide who reside all over the world with the majority still in South-Eastern Nigeria have unfettered access to the global basket of fortunes and limitless dreams. In the global arena where there is no quota system and where the society thrives on competition and merit, an Ig...

Memo to my Teacher and Mentor at 80, 80th Birthday Tribute to Professor J. C Azubuike, Emeritus Professor of Paediatrics of the Uniiversity of Nigeria,, Summer Hill Place, Enugu

Aug 16, 2019
My dear sir, Jonathan Chukwuemeka Azubuike – intellectual titan, consummate professional, quintessential physician of the finest specialty training, inspiring teacher of teachers, mentor and counselor to younger generations of medical professionals, many of them topflight achievers in different parts of the world.

Dike Nwanyi-Igbo! Amazons as Leaders!. Keynote Speech at the 43rd Anniversary and 2nd Reunion of the Class of 76, Anglican Girls Grammar School (AGGS), Awkunanaw, Enugu;

Jul 27, 2019
Igbo men, dismayed and horrified by the emergence of small potentates over them, sat and huddled in astonishment. The new Warrant Chiefs were unabating in their bullish bearing on the people. It was like all was lost. But it was not to be. That was when the women stepped forward and they yelled, mgbe nwoke hara okwu! ogu umu nwanyi eruola!, and if men fail to question this unstopping degradation o...

Poverty in this land … our gods must hear of it. 2006 edition of Horatio Oritshejolomi Thomas memorial Lecture of the College of Medicine, Idi Araba, University of Lagos, Nigeria

Nov 22, 2006
Of course, we are conversant with the tendency of our rural poor who resign themselves to fate and conservatively await a solution from where it may never come. Side-by-side with that is our known cases of severe urban poor whose insurmountable impoverishment induces either their own version of supplication and appeal to the deities. 

Artisans ... as leaders ... zoning to power. Arewa House, Center for Historical Research and Documentation, Old Ministers' Quarters, Malali Kaduna, Nigeria.

Jul 20, 2005
...what occurred to me was that perhaps – and rightly if so - should zoning be accepted formally in Nigeria power equation, it must be expanded to accommodate the varying interests of regions, geo-political zones and states. Of course, senatorial zones, local government areas, wards and social classes, as historical epochs, stages of national transitions and the other various categories of t...

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