Theresa May “In Bed” With Terrorist Buhari? Game Plans For Another Genocide Against Biafrans?

British Prime Minister, Theresa May was in Nigeria to meet with Muhammadu Buhari, Nigerian President, and it is reported they entered into an agreement on security with. The news had it that the security deal was to train thousands of troops to tackle Boko Haram, the mass murdering Islamic fundamentalist group. Boko Haram is the…

IPOB Declares September 14, a Day of General Strike, Mourning and Resistance across all Parts of Biafraland

  The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have declared Friday, September 14, 2018, a day of general strike, mourning and resistance across all parts of Biafraland covering South-East, South-South geo-political zones and other areas where Biafrans resides to mourn those killed in the struggle for the restoration of Biafra Independence since 2015. In a statement…

Another Day, Another Horror; Bodies of IPOB Members Gruesomely Murdered by Nigeria Security Forces Discovered in Forest

  Earlier this month, another horrible and despicable scene was discovered by locals; decomposing bodies of IPOB members, gruesomely murdered and dumped into forest by Nigeria security forces, during their ill-fated, evil-motivated and infamous Operation Python Dance, initiated by the Nigeria army, in collaboration with their partners in crime; Igbo Socio-Cultural Organisation,Ohaneze, 5 southeast governors,…

SEPTEMBER 14: NOW ANNUAL DAY OF MOURNING BY IPOB FOR ALL THOSE KILLED IN OPERATION PYTHON DANCE

  In less than a month period from today, the entire global family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), will commence the annual commemoration of all Biafrans killed in Operation Python Dance in Biafraland by the Nigerian army. Quite a number of Biafran youths and men were gruesomely murdered in Aba, Umuahia, Isiala-Ngwa and…

Freed IPOB Women: Approach The Courts To Demand Proper Compensation For Unlawful Detention

  Women Arise for Change Initiatives, an NGO, on Saturday advised Nigerian women not to allow themselves to be silenced by anti-democratic elements in the society. Joe Okei-Odumakin, President of the group, said in Lagos that women had the right to freedom of peaceful assembly.   The activist spoke against the background of the unconditional release…