Author: Paul Okamnaonu Nwaogu
P. Okamnaonu Nwaogu hails from Olokoro in Umuahia South of Abia state of Nigeria. As a conscientious citizen, he has been interested in the political processes in Nigeria, especially during elections. This interest has made it possible for him to write a general book on politics with reference to Nigeria’s internal politics and governance, army coup d’états, the Biafran War, military regimes, disaffections in the polity, agitations, secessionist tendencies in the south east by IPOB and MASSOB, and the Kaduna Declaration by a coalition of Arewa Youths on June 6, 2017, which gave three months’ ultimatum to Igbo nationals to leave their territory in northern Nigeria. Even though his profession is education, he has taken this extra mile to venture into an area that matters most—governance in Nigeria—to look at the inequalities erected by the northern army in the polity that is fueling marginalization and disunity. He received his PhD degree from Southern Illinois University in the US. He has authored many books including I Came, Saw, and Lived: An Autobiography and Culture and History of Olokoro People.