NO SANE INDIVIDUAL ORGANISES A SUMMIT AMIDST TERRORISTS – BIAFRAN YOUTHS TELL NNIA NWODO

  It is really unfortunate that the sacked President General of the Igbo socio-cultural group called Ohaneze Ndigbo, chief John Nnia Nwodo, could be hellbent, organising a RESTRUCTURING SUMMIT for Nigeria, at the expense of the well-being of his own people. The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide, has in no unmistakable terms, rejected such…

Fighter Jets To South-East: Nigeria Has Reached Its Elastic Limit

  The frustrated Nigerian Government are at it again with a sinister plan and murderous intention of sending military aircrafts to the peaceful South-East geopolitical zone to once again, carry out an ethnic cleansing of Biafrans in their numbers after conducting the infamous Operation Python Dance 1 and 2 which claimed innumerable innocent civilians in…

Buhari’s Continous Defense Of Killer Herdsmen Emboldens Their Onslaught On Christians In Nigeria

  President Muhammadu Buhari’s face-saving statement during his recent interactive meeting with his US counterpart, President Donald Trump at the White House, Washington DC, that “Nigerian herdsmen” whose atrocities and heinous crimes against innocent citizens of the country has skyrocketed since his coming into power, do not carry AK 47s and that they only use…

Biafra Heroes Remembrance Day: IPOB Issues Sit-At-Home Order And Total Lock-Down Of Biafraland On The 30th May 2018

  IPOB PRESS RELEASE The leadership and family members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) consider it imperative to use this opportunity to announce the sit at home order throughout Biafraland and Nigeria in remembrance of our fallen heroes and heroines whose sacrifice made it possible for this generation to be alive today. We…

IPOB SIT-AT-HOME ORDER APPLIES ALL OVER BIAFRALAND AND BEYOND: IGNORE THE FAKE NEWS BEING PEDDLED BY SAHARA REPORTERS

  We IPOB note with dismay the criminal and deliberate misrepresentation by the Yoruba online media site  Sahara Reporters regarding our May, 30th heroes remembrance day. It is deplorable that Sahara Reporters chose to falsify and twist our 30th of May sit-at-home press statement to give another meaning to that which was intended.   The…

UKNC-O HISTORY LESSON: BIAFRA THE CASE FOR INDEPENDENCE – PART 5

  ABURI — 4th/5th JANUARY, 1967   In an attempt to find a solution to Nigeria’s problem, yet nevertheless preserve Nigerian unity, the Supreme Military Council met at Aburi, Ghana, on 4th and 5th January, 1967.   The principal objects of this meeting were threefold: firstly to review questions concerning the organisation of the Nigerian…