Football legends “MATHEMATICAL” Chief Segun Odegbami of IICC Shooting Stars of Ibadan F. C. and Chief Emmanuel Okala of Enugu Rangers F. C., headline the 2022 Fatherland Group’s Yoruba and Igbo Speaking with One Voice Conference

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Fatherland Yoruba & Igbo Conference 2022: Speaking with one voice From a shared experience: Wetie to Biafra DATE: Saturday 22nd January 2022 Kick-off: 3pm GMT VENUE: ZOOM REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN Please click on this link to Register: Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the webinar. FURTHER INFORMATION: www.fatherlandgroup.org The theme for this year’s conference is: The Biafra war - forget not but forge ahead: lessons from the brotherly rivalry by IICC Shooting Stars of Ibadan vs Enugu Rangers 1971- 1980 Noting: the history of Yoruba and Igbo relations and the current sorry state of the political and economic situation in Nigeria which is in part sustained by the breakdown of trust and harmony between the two ethnic groups. The Conference will be followed by cultural performances from Amarachi Attamah and Ayan De First a.k.a. Mr. Culture…

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‘Through A Baby’s Eyes’ by Dr. Ayo Adene

I : The Answer. With everything my eyes have seen, in the many years I have spent living in Europe, about the near-pathological disposition of white people as a collective, less particularly as individuals, towards a race-based view of the world; And, with how that stunning realization has cleared my eyes of all the fàbú by which I was raised; I have at several junctions been disappointed in the generation that came before us: namely, our parents, and our teachers. I have been disappointed in them, because they hid the truth. They did not do enough to warn us, considering the alarming scale of how race & racism envelop everything, and determine how the world relates to us, and us to them. Nearly all of my professors, consultants and teachers at the University of Ibadan, and particularly at the College of Medicine, trained in…

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