Zoo’s Army propaganda: 10,000 dismissed Nigerian soldiers beg for recall

A group of dismissed Nigerian soldiers have appealed to the Presidency and the Nigerian Security Council to look into their cases and recall them, having not been properly discharged from the army. Some of the dismissed soldiers who spoke to newsmen in Asaba, the Delta State capital on Thursday, said that since 1979, about 10,000 soldiers…

Exclusive question that Colonel Joseph Achuzia must help BILIE and Rochas Okorocha to answer: Can a nation like Biafra ever be tagged a terrorist?

This is BILIE’s conspiracy in US to tag IPOB and Radio Biafra Director terrorist. We ask can a nation like Biafra ever be tagged a terrorist? BILIE organization will be incarnated once Biafra is restored, and its members jailed. Be warned now if you are a member of BILIE now is a good time to…

Hausa/Fulani Islamic terrorists Boko Haram captures another border town, Banki, in Borno

Twenty four hours after Boko Haram insurgents attacked Bama town in Borno state, the sect members yesterday, in a convoy of Toyota Hilux vehicles and motorcycles took over another border town of Banki, after killing unconfirmed number of residents, as others fled to Cameroon. According to a resident, Ibrahim Musa, in a telephone interview from Cameroonian border village yesterday, the Nigerian Custom Services, NCS, Nigerian Immigration Services, NIS, military and police posts at Banki border areas were deserted by security personnel manning them, two hours after the attack on Tuesday night.

Nigeria drops to 127th position in global competitiveness

Despite being Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria’s global competitiveness has dropped seven places to 127th position.According to the Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015, Infrastructure (human and physical) continue to be Nigeria’s toughest challenges.The report attributed the decline in global competitiveness “to weakness in public finances (as a result of lower oil exports), continuing institutional frailty and deterioration in national security.”

USA warns Missing planes in Libya may be used for terrorist attack

United States officials fear Islamic militants have stolen nearly a dozen commercial planes in Libya which could be used to carry out 9/11-style terrorist attacks in the region.Eleven commercial jets operated by two state-owned airlines went missing last month, after militant group Libyan Dawn overtook the international airport in the capital city of Tripoli.


Today I stood along with IPOB (indigenous people of Biafra) in the parliment of Norway and spoke these words on behalf of Biafrans worldwide.*Restoration for the state of Biafra, with the IPOB who are using their own media Radio Biafra and Social Media platforms for a voice for the previously voiceless.There are many challenges faced by all indigenous peoples around the world, any country outside of another has a vested interest in looking at the core