Friday, 17 November 2017

News Release: Tribute To Chinua Achebe (1930-2013), The Great Symbol of The Igbo Spirit!

Late Achebe

Chinualumogu  Achebe was born in 1938, in Ogidi, Anambra State of Igboland. He was reared in a Christian family, studied medicine and literature at the University of Ibadan. He worked for the Nigerian Broadcasting Company (NBC), where he rose to the rank of Director of External Broadcasting. He left the Services of the NBC in 1966, following the massacres of Igbos that led to the Biafra War. His novel, A Man of the People, was falsely believed to have implicated him in the Civil War. Indeed, Chinua was merely prophetic in that novel.

News Release: Understanding Intersociety’s Rights Campaign In Nigeria & Our Opposition To “No Election” Or “Vote & Die” Campaign In Anambra State

Human Rights campaigns around the world have no boundaries and are beyond municipal, regional and int’l legislative and executive policy restrictions. In other words, human rights campaigns are carried out in the entire 193 member-States of the UN, 46 trusteeship territories and territories of world’s 10 million Stateless persons. Defense of human rights is originally rooted in volunteerism, passion for humanity and selfless service to humanity. It is also not-for-profit activity.