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The recent news that the current Northern Nigerian governors met and warned against the division/ dissolution of Nigeria, agitates all freedom loving people, particularly Biafrans because they (Northern Nigeria governors) and their hirelings cannot decide for the Indigenous People of Nigeria if Nigeria should be divided or not. They are the  problem of Nigeria and have held Biafrans and other indigenous people of the country down against their wish since the creation of this contraption to serve British economic interests since 1914, which was re-legitimised in 1960 during it's flag independence.

What's more ? The Northern elites have run the country exclusively by itself or it's southern stooges with the exception of the brief period of President Goodluck Jonathan, to the economic misery of the hapless citizens. Biafrans who are the major producers of the economic resources that sustain the contraption, have been at the receiving end of stone-age economic policies and ha…

My Response To David Cameron’s Claims

I read the comments by former British Prime Minister, David Cameron, in his new book, For the Record, in which he accused me and the Nigerian Government, which I headed, of corruption and rejecting the help of the British Government in rescuing the Chibok Girls, who were kidnapped on April 14, 2014.

It is quite sad that Mr. Cameron would say this because nothing of such ever occurred. As President of Nigeria, I not only wrote letters to then Prime Minister David Cameron, I also wrote to the then US President, Barrack Obama, and the then French President, François Hollande, as well as the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, appealing to them for help in rescuing the Chibok Girls.

How could I write to appeal for help and then reject the very thing I appealed for?

Also, history contradicts Mr. Cameron. On March 8, 2012, when the same Boko Haram linked terrorists abducted a British expatriate named Chris McManus, along with an Italian hostage Franco Lamolinara, in Sokoto, I, as N…

How Nigeria Government Requested For Mass-Shooting Of Protesting IPOB Activists In South Africa

Written By Paul Ihechi Alagba For Family Writers Press International.

Nigeria's High Commissioner to South Africa has been fingered as the architect of the mass-shooting of members of the Indigenous People Of Biafra during a town hall meeting attended by Nigeria's president, Muhammadu Buhari in South Africa on Thursday October 3, 2019.
Eye witness reports gathered by Family Writers Press confirmed that dozens of IPOB members were wounded and one person arrested, as the activists protested against the reported impersonation of Nigeria president, Muhammadu Buhari by one Sudanese 'Jubril Al-Sudani', as well as the persistent extrajudicial killings and incarceration of innocent people across Nigeria.
The protest which was largely peaceful quickly spiraled into chaos as Nigeria ambassador approached South African government and security officials and solicited for the use of brute force to stop the protesters.

"We were doing our peaceful thing, the South African Police …


                   THE NIGERIA - BIAFRA WAR !

Fifty years ago, a young man fighting on the side of Biafra during the Civil War entered record books when a Saladine Armoured tank was named after him,post humous. Corporal Nwafor, of B Company, 29 Battalion, 54 Brigade under 11 Division became a dead hero among his people.

It was June 30, 1968. Brothers, Nigeria and Biafra, were at war. Federal troops were advancing to Onitsha from Enugu, shelling and firing from tanks. At Ugwu Nwasike, Ogidi, about 20 kilometres to the commercial town, the overwhelmed Biafrans were almost giving up when Nwafor hit target.

He fired the only anti tank weapon available to the entire brigade, a 73mm bazooka and it hit an advancing saladine. A second tank which tried to engage reverse gear fell into a ditch.

The Biafrans tried to retrieve the tanks in a bloody fight that ensued. In the process, Nwafor, lost his life. Biafra gained the weapons of mass destruction. The saladine was named Corporal Nwafor. Probab…



We understand and respect the legitimate yearning of the public to know what transpired between IPOB delegation to the United Nations in Geneva led by our able leader and prophet Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and the staff of the various agencies of the UN we met and had fruitful discussions with. Without divulging very sensitive details that may undermine confidence and future discussions such as the one we just had, it will be prudent to say at this time that the meetings went very well and in some instances surpassed our expectations.

It can be said that what transpired between IPOB delegation and the UN official is a matter of utmost trust and confidentiality governed by mutual respect. But let say this if it will help: our case is now before the various specialised UN agencies or working groups with specialty in various specific monumental human rights abuses systematically perpetrated against Biafrans and other vulnerable individuals and groups in Nigeria. Camallard'…

Title: #Igbo-Ukwu bronze bowl. Date: Between 700 CE - 1000 CE. Igbo-Ukwu is notable for three archaeological sites, where excavations have found bronze artifacts from a highly sophisticated bronze metal-working culture dating perhaps to the ninth or tenth century, centuries before other known bronzes of the region. The three sites include Igbo Isaiah (a shrine), Igbo Richard (a burial chamber), and Igbo Jonah (a cache).

Biafra: Ohanaeze backs IPOB, MASSOB

From Chidi Nnadi, Enugu The apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo has expressed its unflinching support for agitation for a sovereign state of Biafra. The organisation announced its backing at a press conference organised by its Secretary General, Dr Joe Nworgu even as Ohanaeze revealed it was set hand over to new national officers in January after election and to confirm the ban placed on the youth wing of the organisation. Nworgu said that the continued marginalisation of the Igbo has made the agitation for the state of Biafra inevitable, saying that Igbo adults are as disgruntled as the youths who are leading in the agitation for Biafra. He said Ohanaeze had not condemned the Biafran agitation by the youths, asking “why should we condemn what is true?” According to him,“the difference is that while the parent body is preaching patience, the youths don’t have time for such; youths must be youths, so they are responding in their own ways. But the problem is the same…