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Prof. Ihechukwu Madubuike

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Igbo Renaissance
 
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Prof. Ihechukwu Madubuike, ...
www.vanguardngr.com, 29 Dec 2013 [cached]
Prof. Ihechukwu Madubuike, Director, Igbo Renaissance at the Gregory University, Uturu (GUU), Abia, said on Saturday that the university would soon introduce the Igbo language as a compulsory course in the second year.
Madubuike announced this at Uturu during the 6th edition of the Igbo (Uturu) Cultural Carnival, which held at the university.
"By the next two years, the university plans to introduce the Igbo language as a compulsory subject for all students in the second year.
"Whether you are Yoruba, Hausa or Efik, you must take Igbo as a compulsory subject, in spite of your area of specialisation,'' he said.
Madubuike described the Igbo language as the ''soul of the culture of Ndigbo,'' adding that the disappearance of the language would mean the ultimate death of the culture.
Prof. Ihechukwu Madubuike, ...
www.proz.com, 1 Dec 2013 [cached]
Prof. Ihechukwu Madubuike, Director, Igbo Renaissance at the Gregory University, Uturu (GUU), Abia, said on Saturday that the university would soon introduce the Igbo language as a compulsory course in the second year.
Madubuike announced this at Uturu during the 6th edition of the Igbo (Uturu) Cultural Carnival, which held at the university.
"By the next two years, the university plans to introduce the Igbo language as a compulsory subject for all students in the second year.
"Whether you are Yoruba, Hausa or Efik, you must take Igbo as a compulsory subject, in spite of your area of specialisation,'' he said.
Madubuike described the Igbo language as the ''soul of the culture of Ndigbo,'' adding that the disappearance of the language would mean the ultimate death of the culture. More.
Of politicians and vision
www.kwenu.com, 21 Jan 2002 [cached]
I congratulate Dr. David Asonye Ihenacho on the debut of his "Home Truth" banner yesterday, Sunday, January 20.
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I am particularly happy because he takes few prisoners, and he chews his words thoroughly and authoritatively.He will reach a wider audience with fresh perspectives.Oh, nice to see a face attached to the man. So, when next I am on the other side of River Hudson, I will tweak my cerebral sensors and refocus my ocular lenses.
The debut piece titled "Igbo politicians: Inept, visionless, or both?"did not disappoint.However, I am disappointed by the title, and the author has himself to blame for disappointing me: He gambled on the gangway of generalization.The Igbo politician is NOT worse than politicians of his immediate locality.
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As far as vision goes, I think a partisan politician is shortsighted; a political philosopher is farsighted.Take your pick.
Truth is sacred, and we must endeavor to tell it at all times.Many Igbo prominent politicians are competent and visionaries who see things from a higher plane and for the general good.I have said it several times, and I will say it again: Ndiigbo are the only true Nigerians.
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I do not see anything wrong in their belief that Nigeria could be made a home for all.So what stops Nigerians from building a great country?Simple: The forces working against Ndiigbo!
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I don't think so.
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I do not endorse forceful takeover of power or the killing of anyone -- which is against my creed.I do not see the actions of Aguiyi-Ironsi or Majors Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu and Emmanuel Ifeajuna and the other majors as indicative of Igbo political leadership.
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I believe that every society should get the leadership it deserves.
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Dr. Ihechukwu Madubuike, former two-time federal minister, summed it up in "Igbo presidency as metaphor" on Wednesday, August 22, 2001:
Prof. Madubuike January 15, ...
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Prof. Madubuike January 15, 2013 · No comments
Professor Ihechukwu Madubuike is a frontline academic and politician. He was Minister of Education in 1979 and also Health Minister in 1995. In an encounter with our Abuja
The event which was chaired by ...
www.igbocentre.org, 3 April 2012 [cached]
The event which was chaired by erstwhile Minister of Education, Prof. Ihechukwu Madubuike, was a huge success drawing dignitaries, personalities from all works of life and royal fathers to witness the outing of the publication specially designed to foster learning among children and students taking Igbo lessons/classes and an effort which many have described as eternalizing the Igbo languagein the overall campaign of preserving the nation's cultural heritage. 
Notable among dignitaries that graced the presentation which was held at Chelsea Hotel Abuja were Former Minister of Education, Prof. Ihechukwu Madubuike (Chairman), H.R.H Igwe Dr. Martin Ezeh, Idu II Igbo-Ukwu (Royal Father of the Day), H.R.H Sir Eze Ibe Nwosu, Igbo 1 Abuja (Host), H.E Prof. Catherine Acholonu (Keynote Address/Magazine Review), Chief Pat Chidolue (Co-Host), Barr.
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