Tuesday, 30 April 2019
May 30 is a Day that occupies such a nodal point in the history of Alaigbo and her neighbours. It should be hoisted as A DAY OF REMEMBRANCE of the millions who died that we may be from; yes, who died in the cause of our struggle for self-determination and survival as a people.
Alaigbo Development Foundation (ADF is aware that several Igbo organizations have often scheduled activities to mark May 30 as a Memorial Day in Igbo history. May 30 marks the day Biafra was declared and no patriotic Igbo son or daughter can pretend that Biafra is not part of the history and indeed the major water-shade in the history of the Igbo nation and the entire Igbo race and their Neighbors.
Posted by PublicInformationProjects at 08:43
Wednesday, 17 April 2019
It is barely seven days to the end of three months interim tenure of Mr. Justice Tanko Muhammad as “Nigeria’s Acting Chief Justice of Nigeria”, having been appointed under controversial circumstances by President Muhammadu Buhari on 25th Jan 2019 following the coupist “suspension” same day of CJN, Mr. Justice Walter Onnoghen (as he then was before his recent notice of voluntary retirement).
Till date, we and Nigerians have not read or heard that the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has been presidentially communicated with any recommended name(s) to be senatorially confirmed as the next substantive CJN. The three months period will elapse on 25th April 2019 and Nigerians of democratic conscience are asking the duo of President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo: who is the substantive Chief Justice of Nigeria?
Posted by PublicInformationProjects at 04:00
Monday, 15 April 2019
After a careful study and thorough scrutiny of the historic speech made by Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, the Ooni of Ife, during the recent Aje Festival at Ile Ife, the Alaigbo Development Foundation (ADF) wishes to make the following observations:-
That the historic speech by the Ooni which emphasized the aboriginality of Igbo civilization in Oduduwa history should be seen as a welcome development in the restoration of positive relationship between the Igbo and Yoruba.
Posted by PublicInformationProjects at 20:02