Ibo Precolonial Political System

The precolonial Igbo political system was republican, democratic, fragmented and segmented in nature. This is the case because there were no permanent chiefs in Igboland at that time those who hold post of authority got such authorities from the people this was a clear case of popular sovereignty. The society was democratic because every adult person participated in governance one way or the other

What We Become

Poetry First Published in TakingITGlobal online magazine – Panorama on Apr 1, 2010 under the pen name – rawmaterial https://www.tigweb.org/youth-media/panorama/article.html?ContentID=28654 We are each endowed with immense potentials.Events, occurrences and achievementsThrough history have continuedTo amplify and corroborate this assertion.For each and every one of usOur possibilities are limitless.All through history men and women who lived their […]

Was The Nigerian National Assembly’s Unilateral Insertion of New Projects Into the 2018 Appropriation Bill Constitutional?

“The President shall cause to be prepared and laid before each House of the National Assembly at any time in each financial year estimates of the revenues and expenditure of the Federation for the next following financial year.” – Nigerian 1999 Constitution  (81-1). I do not claim to understand the law and provisions of the […]