IPOB:30th May Remembrance Day.. Biafra lands busy cities, highways and schools today stand in silence

  The Indigenous People of Biafra Sit At Home Order and scores of each State Anambra. (Exceptional) 100% Abia ( Exceptional). 100% Rivers. . (Unrivalled). 100% Bayelsa (Excellent). 100%… Cross Rivers. (Excellent). 100% Akwa Ibom (Overwhelming) 100% Imo (Intimidatingly). 100% Enugu (Very Good). 100% Ebonyi. (Very Good). 100% Delta. (Exceptional). 100% Igbanke/Edo. (Very Good). 100%…

IPOB: Biafra 50 years Anniversary, An Epic To The Land Of The Rising Sun And Nigeria’s Inconvenient Truth – Part 2 –By Femi Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode, a prominent thought leader in Nigeria, writes this two-part essay to commemorate 50 years of Biafra, the Land of the Rising Sun – and remind Nigerians of the country’s dark history with regards to relations with the Igbos. You may read the first part of this essay HERE.  What is even more revealing and brings home…

IPOB: Biafra 50 years Anniversary, An Epic To The Land Of The Rising Sun And Nigeria’s Inconvenient Truth – Part 1 –By Femi Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode, a prominent thought leader in Nigeria, writes this two-part essay to commemorate 50 years of Biafra, the Land of the Rising Sun – and remind Nigerians of the country’s dark history with regards to relations with the Igbos.  “O Igbo arise! O Igbo arise! O Igbo arise! Let the chains of subjugation be broken,…

IPOB: Nigeria And The Missing Cenotaph: 50 Years After The Biafra Pogrom By Francis Anekwe Oborji

Francis Anekwe Oborji, a Roman Catholic priest, writes this piece to mark Biafra Remembrance Day, May 30 and to raise questions on Nigeria, as an indivisible entity in light of unaddressed crimes against humanity. This article is about remembering the dead. It is about the ‘spiritual-mystical’ bond and relationship which exist between the living and dead members…