How Briton Perpetually Enslaved the Igbo Intentionally - Onyeji Nnaji

The former British colonial officer in Nigeria, who died in England on 3 January 2011, Harold Smith, pointed clearly that Britain was angry with the Igbo because the highest resistive force encountered in that part of West Africa had come from the Igbo. And that, during independence, Britain intentionally played on Dr. Nnamdi Azukiwe's intelligence and handed the Nigerian government over to the North.
What Smith could not say, in his willing interview to unravel the inhuman activities of Britain to the Igbo, was outrightly what he did not know, hear and what he did not see. Harold Smith was the British Colonial Officer who was ladened with the duty of rigging the first Nigerian election in favour of their northern friends. Smith's rejection of this crimanal duty against humanity rewarded him with an immediate repatriation back to England. Arriving at England, Harold was accused of committing treason against the British government. 
Harold's position here tells us two things.…

Thailand Parliament Meets to Discuss Pro-democracy Protests

The protesters want Prayut's resignation, a rewrite of the military-scripted constitution, and for the government to 'stop harassing' political opponents [Diego Azubel/EPA]
Thailand’s parliament has begun a special session called to address tensions as pro-democracy protests draw students and other demonstrators into the streets almost daily, demanding the prime minister’s resignation and reforms to the ultra-powerful monarchy.A former military chief who staged the 2014 coup, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha has faced increasing pressure in recent weeks by the protesters, who regard his premiership as illegitimate.Prayuth last week recalled parliament – which was in recess – to discuss how to reduce tensions.kAs Speaker of the House Chuan Leekpai began the session on Monday, only 450 of the total of 731 members of both houses had signed in for the meeting.

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The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr Femi Gbajabiamila has said that Nigerians killed before, during, and after the #EndSARS protests must get justice.The Speaker, who sympathised with Nigerians from all parts of the country as a result of the killings, said the unity of the country remains non-negotiable.Speaking when he paid a visit to sympathise with the governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Sanwo-Olu, on Sunday, the Speaker said the destruction caused by the protests was a very sad event that should not occur again in the history of Nigeria.The Speaker and his delegation also paid a visit to the Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu, whose historical palace was destroyed during the wave of violence that engulfed the state. The delegation equally met with the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.Accompanied by some members of the House, Gbajabiamila, at the Lagos House Marina, expressed sadness over the wanton destruction of property and t…