Biafra Activist - Biafra Or Dead. No Going Back

An Exposition Between Biafra As Our Identity/Nation And The Niger Delta As A Mere Geographical Expression; Preserving The Very Fabric That Binds Us Together As A People

  History teaches us that Britain established a colonial protectorate over the Bight of Biafra in June 30, 1849, under the authority of the British Consuls of the Bight of Benin which its protectorate was established in February 1, 1852. On August 6, 1861, both the protectorates which were neighbours under its own separate British…

June 12: Yoruba must reject the greek gift from the caliphate and insist on their Ibadan declaration – IPOB

June 11, 2018 IPOB Press Statement  It appears there is no length the present ‘Buhari’ administration will not go in its futile quest to counter IPOB agitation for a sovereign independent nation of Biafra. After another resoundingly successful 30th of May sit at home order from IPOB, it came to us as no surprise when…

Biafra Referendum The Best Alternative For Nigeria’s Peaceful Coexistence, As Biafra Council Of Elders Debunked Ohaneze Ndigbo

It started as a normal political game, a war of words were slashed on each other Nnia Nwodo, the default Ohaneze Ndigbo’s president stationed his internet rats online threatened to unleashed havoc on any IPOB dare step in on the Summit at Alex Ekwueme Square, with intention of deterred Biafrans. IPOB saw it as a…

UN World Environmental Day: Ogoni people recounts the hazardous effects of oil spill, queries FG’s sincerity over proposed clean-up

RIVERS— The indigenes of Ogoni land have once again decried the enormous sufferings of their people as a result of the effect of hazardous indiscriminate oil exploration in their communities by both the oil firms and the federal government. In a statement to mark this year’s United Nations World Environmental Day, the Ogoni indigenes bemoaned the…

Biafra: IPOB’s Sit-At-Home And It’s 90% Compliance, The End Of Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart”

  Remembrance always goes with a memory often too sad but sweet to remember. Sometimes, we choose who or what to remember, other times, what we remember chooses us.   Be it as it may, with the successive Sit-At-Home recorded victories by the Indigenous People of Biafra against the Nigerian government’s tyrannical and oppressive disposition…