For centuries, the Southeastern region of Nigeria has practiced what is known today as stakeholder capitalism — a construct that businesses must elevate the interests of communities, workers, consumers, and the environment alongside those of shareholders. The Igbos, the predominant ethnic group in the region, are known for the Igbo apprenticeship system (IAS), a communal … [Read more...] about Igbo Apprenticeship System Highlighted by Harvard Business Review
Written by Channel Telvision The Ohanaeze Ndigbo has asked Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, to ignore the claim that members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are plotting to attack the state.It noted that such rumour was a ploy to distract the governor and his administration from providing good governance for all residents of the state. President-General … [Read more...] about Igbo People Are Agents Of Development, Not Destruction – Ohanaeze Ndigbo
Written by S. Okey Mbonu “Injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere”, and “he who holds a man down stays down” (Martin Luther King). Slowly but steadily, Nnamdi Kanu’s detention in Nigeria, and the IPOB (Indigenous People of Biafra) cause, are beginning to resonate around the world, propelled by the phenomenal presence of the Nigerian and Igbo Diaspora around the world, … [Read more...] about Biafra: Can One Kill an Idea Through Coercion?