Dr. Chuba Wilberforce Okadigbo (born 1941-12-17), sometimes referred to as Oyi of Oyi after his hometown (Oyi), had held numerous political appointments in the Nigerian government. He was also known for being opposed to the ruling party of Nigeria, the Peoples Democratic Party, since the year 2000, which was led by President Olusẹgun Ọbasanjọ till this day.
- I verily aver that the right or otherwise of the process of the evolution of the Electoral Bill into the Electoral Act 2001 is trite. However, it is noted that President Olusẹgun Ọbasanjọ has pronounced that no law is perfect and that those opposed to the Electoral Act should go to court. It is equally notable that Senate President, Anyim Pius Anyim has indicated that any law can be revisited any time in the future. These are food for sober reflection and positive action. Consequently, a few remarks thereon are mandatory and urgent.
- Address to the controversial bill signed by President Olusẹgun Ọbasanjọ (2001), USAfrica Online
- On this score, I will briefly address the re-entry of Biafra as a talking drum in our recent polity. A minister of state (Mrs. Dupe Adelaja) had the recklessness to say that Biafran soldiers cannot enjoy retirement benefits, not minding, for instance, the reality that some of them were Nigerian soldiers before the emergence of Biafra and that pardon has been granted to all ex-Biafran soldiers.
- Address to the December 2001 debates concerning Biafra, USAfrica Online
- I think the first thing is to warn INEC (Independent National Electoral Commission) to be careful. It is in their interest to be good neighbors to Nigerians and prove that the country was not a banana republic as the ruling party is making us believe.
- Interview with Charles Onyekamuo, This Day, 2003-04-13