Nigerians in the Diaspora

The Save Nigeria Protest March In London, Friday 15th January 2010

Written on January 18th, 2010 by
Categories: Nigerians in the Diaspora

Seems like this date, 15th January 2010 will go down in the history of the Nigerians Abroad as a great day. Notably too, it was also the birthday of that great Icon of the Black race, Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. although its celebration this year in the United States will be on Monday...
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A STATEMENT FROM CHAMPIONS FOR NIGERIA: Does Ibori own the Nigerian judiciary?

Written on December 23rd, 2009 by
Categories: Nigerians in the Diaspora

The judgement of Justice Marcel Awokulehin at the Federal High Court, Asaba is a wake up call to all well-meaning Nigerians far and wide to know that justice in Nigeria is still a game of cat and mouse. Justice Awokulehin ruled that 170 count charges levelled against former Governor Ibori of Del...
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Labour Party vs. Ondo State People

Written on February 14th, 2009 by
Categories: Nigerians in the Diaspora

Labour Party Versus Ondo State People: The People Shall Win Since the creation of Ondo State from the old Western State in 1976, the collective aspiration and the determination of the people to succeed as an entity within the Nigeria commonwealth has never been threatened as had been witnessed in...
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NDERG COMMUNICATION – Communicating With, Raising Funds For, About NDERG……

Written on January 30th, 2009 by
Categories: Nigerians in the Diaspora

  January 30, 2009   Dear All:   INTRODUCTION    We are sure that you are as elated as many of us are about a recent class-action law suit victory in an Abuja Federal High Court to enable Nigerians living abroad to vote in-situ.  That is just one of a thousand steps ye...
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Polls: Court Okays Nigerians Abroad to Vote

Written on January 27th, 2009 by
Categories: Nigerians in the Diaspora

  TRIBUNE Nigerians abroad can vote - Court Lanre Adewole, Abuja - 28.01.2009 A federal high court sitting in Abuja has held that Nigerians living abroad can vote in elections taking place in the country. It ordered the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to put machinery in...
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Highly Skilled Migrant Programme: Global Recession, Unemployment and Renewal Dilemma

Written on December 31st, 2008 by
Categories: Nigerians in the Diaspora

Highly Skilled Migrant Programme: Global Recession, Unemployment and Renewal Dilemma By Dr Olayiwola Ajileye In view of the prevailing global economic recession where we are witnessing unprecedented massive amount of job losses cutting across every notable sectors of the UK economy, there i...
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Nigerian Missions Abroad To Get Diaspora Desks

Written on December 26th, 2008 by
Categories: Nigerians in the Diaspora

    LEADERSHIP   Nigerian Missions Abroad To Get Diaspora Desks – Dabiri Prince Charles Dickson, Abuja December 26th, 2008 Hon. Abike Dabiri,  Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora, has said that the Committee was working on citizens diplomacy by creati...
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Ijaws in the Limelight!

Written on October 21st, 2008 by
Categories: Nigerians in the Diaspora

EDWIN CLARK COMMENDS YORUBA, AGAGU Ijaw National Leader and former Information Minister, Chief Edwin Kiagbodo Clark has expressed satisfaction over the place of the Ijaws in the politics of Ondo State.   Besides, Clark said, Governor Olusegun Agagu deserves the support of every ...
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Odenigbo: The Challenge of Igbo Renascence

Written on October 4th, 2008 by
Categories: Nigerians in the Diaspora

  The annual Odenigbo Lecture took place in Owerri on Sept. 6, 2008, a few days after the controversial convention and rancorous election of the World Igbo Congress (WIC) that was held in Tampa, Florida. Ndigbo (as people of Igbo extraction are called) had another opportunity to give...
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