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Obafemi Awolowo & Nnamdi Azikiwe Brought Tribalism Into Nigeria – Eddy Ugboma

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Oct 1st, 2016 – Obafemi Awolowo & Nnamdi Azikiwe Brought Tribalism Into Nigeria – Eddy Ugboma

The State Of Nigeria At 56 – Filmmaker Eddy Ugboma

In my opinion, Nigeria is a great and gifted country but has never had a good leader since 1960. I’m very proud of the late Sauduana of Sokoto, Chief Obafemi Awolowo and Dr. Nnamidi Azikiwe, but they brought tribalism into Nigeria.

And if you cannot defeat that cankerworm, there is no future for Nigeria. We’re living a fake life; a drive from Lagos to Abuja would take 15 hours, why? It’s because of failed infrastructure. No roads, nothing seems to be working perfectly anywhere.



  1. Metu Nyetu

    October 1, 2016 at 7:10 AM

    I THINK that tribalism is even harder to eradicate in Nigeria than other core forms of corruption.

  2. betty

    October 1, 2016 at 9:11 AM

    we keep blaming the past govt. tribalism start with us any little thing that happened is either the yoruba accuse the igbo or igbo accuse the hausa. all we need is God’s direction on how to treat and love each other

  3. Danti

    October 1, 2016 at 10:10 AM

    Senseless talk, hate is the greatest gift from the devil; are tribalism, racism, sexism and the rest not descendants of hate? Just be wise, it is human nature, I mean it is our beginning on this planet. Only the fear of the Lord can unite humans abi se racism was not going on in America, Or apartheid in South Africa while Nigeria was going though its shit in the early days? If our forefathers messed up, why haven’t we make necessary adjustments all these years? Without sincere adherence to precepts of our lord, Nigeria will continue to degenerate into chaos.

  4. James

    October 1, 2016 at 12:33 PM

    I read this little article with happiness, I has been calling from my based to our Nigerian journalist hang out program, and also your view which I watch almost every day, but it unfortunate that I cannot get them online, but I thank God that this man has almost hit at my reason of calling.

    TRIBALISIM, this has done worst damage in Nigeria than any other thing, it is more worst than corruption, infact it is the mother of corruption and other vices, tribalism is the cost of Boko Haram ,Niger Delter both avengers and non avengers, Mend, Niger Delter Volunteer forces, IPOB,MASOB, Fulani herdsmen and many more to come , it has eaten deep into our country and I was very surprised non of our leaders is saying or doing anything about it, they turned blind eye on it, tribalism is like a cancer that will kill our country if not addressed very well, it is like a deep wound that cannot be cured unless serious step is taken, we are one Nigeria in mouth not practical, Nigerian get so many intellectuals, Nuclear Physicians that can turn our energy problem around in just a space of few time, but tribalism keep them under or sent them away to other western world where they will be recognized.
    I am pleading to this government, headed by PMB, I knew that you are doing your best despite your old age, I wish that clock can be revised back, I wish age may be revised back, to give you more younger years to do your work, but any way since nature cannot be change, I will only continue to pray for your good health, longer life and more wisdom from God Almighty to captain this ship out from this rough sea to a cool water. but one more thing, I am pleading this government to fight Tribalism as you are fighting corruption.
    God bless the good Nigerians.


    October 1, 2016 at 2:37 PM

    And what led to the needless adventures of civil war in Nigeria and who were the perpetrators that ignited it.? This questions must be answered first. No further comments until someone provides the answers. LONG LIVE ONE NIGERIA.

  6. Big Aunty Koks

    October 1, 2016 at 8:27 PM

    Did you know those founding fathers personally, or is it from hearsay you accuse these great men who are no longer here to defend their stand on the point? Please share how you arrived at your opinion!

  7. fifelomo

    October 1, 2016 at 8:56 PM

    Y blame the dead who can’t defend themselves. Way forward is what we need.

  8. huchennar

    October 2, 2016 at 7:02 AM

    Regionalism as caused us a lot in this country but one thing we can’t dispute is the fact that it has helped us go a long way i.e there were completion for development in various regions we can’t easily forget that this aided the first TV station in Nigeria.

    #cluless human

  9. sola olaniyi

    October 4, 2016 at 8:31 AM

    we keep blaming our past leaders for all our problems in Nigeria

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