Ikechukwu Enyiagu writes for Radio Biafra Editorial Board My people, we all know that now is the time because what we have all tried to set up and to kick-start towards the emancipation of our people from the hell-trap called Nigeria was eventually done, but not as we had thought or planned. It was kicked off, nevertheless, towards the goal which has always been one: the cause for an Independent Biafra. I call on all pro-Biafran organizations and individuals to align themselves with what Radio Biafra London and Bilie Human Rights Initiative are doing so that our speed may be boosted and our collective goal realized earlier than thought.
Breakdown of Law and Order in Nigeria: Police death toll rises to 88 in Nasarawa-Jonathan Cuts Foreign trip
Published on Friday, 10 May 2013 Written by Hir Joseph (Lafia), Isiaka Wakili, Abdulkadir Badsha Mukhtar & Misbahu Bashir (Abuja) A man who claimed to be a member of the Ombatse cult group that killed dozens of policemen in Nasarawa State on Tuesday said yesterday they acted in self defence, as authorities announced a sharp rise of the death toll in the violence. Officials at the Dalhatu Araf Specialists Hospital in Lafia said they received bodies of 88 security men who were killed while on their way to raid the cult’s shrine, following reports that they were forcefully initiating people into the cult.
By IKECHUKWU NNOCHIRI ABUJA—Federal Government, yesterday, told a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja that investigations revealed that the Islamist sect, Boko Haram, received sponsor-ship from another terrorist organisation based in Algeria. The Federal Government, which made the disclosure on a day the high court commenced trial of one of alleged kingpins of the sect, Kabiru Umar, a.k.a Kabiru Sokoto(pictured here), who allegedly masterminded the Christmas day bomb blast that killed about 44 persons and wounded 75 others at St. Theresa’s Catholic
From Lawrence Njoku EVERYONE who heard his confession on Tuesday, after he was arrested by the Police in Enugu while on a failed rape mission, agreed that it was a major breakthrough in the fight against the rape of old women in Opi Town, Nsukka Local Council of Enugu State. For some time now, the peaceful town has been on the negative side of the news following the activities of young boys whose ages range between 18 and 22 years, who waylay and rape old women. Shamefully, most of the old women and widows being raped are grandmothers as well as those old enough to be their mothers.