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Meet the Biafran legal team at Owerri Federal High Court

The Legal Team of Indigenous People of Biafra provided the following information/report about the case that came up in Federal High Court Owerri on 28 March 2013: “Please I write to inform you of what happened in the Court on Thursday 28 March 2013. The Court sat as scheduled. The Venue was filled to capacity by members of the public and Biafrans. The Biafran Legal Team consisted of four lawyers as shown in the photographs attached herewith, namely, from left to right: Ohaeto Uwazie, Emeka Adolf (Lead Counsel), Debe Odumegwu Ojukwu, and Ibe G. Nwachukwunta. In accordance with our rule of practice, I told Barr. Debe Odumegwu Ojukwu being the most senior among us to introduce the Biafran Legal Team. He rose up and introduced himself and all of us. His presence gave some weight to the case. He then asked me to continue with the matter.

Editorial 27 April 2013

Break-up of Nigeria Imminent and most likely to happen sooner in 2014 and not the predicted 2015 As Northern Nigeria politicians fear that Goodluck Jonathan may implement the Clause in the 1914 Amalgamation proclamation document that allows for separation after 100 years, outspoken chieftain of the Northern Political Forum and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and ardent follower and supporter of former Vice President Alhaji Abubakar Atiku, Chief Abu King Shuluwa has predicted a major revolution in 2014 capable of disintegrating the country if the ongoing turmoil in the country continues.

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Nigeria break-up in 2015 on track as 70 Catholic Churches burnt in Benue State – official

The Catholic Church in Benue says 70 of its Churches have been destroyed in the crises that rocked Benue in the past few months. Rev. Felix Apine, Coordinator, Justice Development and Peace Commission (JDPC), an outreach arm of the Church, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Makurdi that the destroyed Churches were outreach arms of the Diocese.

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More death comes to Igboland as dozens are killed and many more injured in multiple accident in Anambra

More misery were visited upon the people of Anambra on a day can only be describes as black Friday in Awka, A trailer rammed into three vehicles, killing about 28 persons instantly and injuring many others. Eye witnesses said the brake of the trailer carrying diesel with registration number: Abia AE729-UMA from Enugu end of the expressway along Enugu/Onitsha road failed and the driver lost control of the vehicle.