Biafra Fallen Heroes: Recalling The Great Moments Of A Great Icon, Selfless Leader And Pioneer Biafra Head Of State, Gen. Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu

  The image so often associated with Africa – a child with stick-thin limbs and swollen belly – dates back to the first televised famine, the Biafra war. The man who understood the power of that image was an Oxford-educated Nigerian soldier, Emeka Ojukwu.   Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, to use his full name, proclaimed…

Biafra Fallen Heroes: A Eulogy In Honour And Remembrance Of Count Carl Gustaf

  Your Eminence, lovers of freedom, members of Count Carl Gustaf Von Rosen’s family and my fellow Biafra citizen. Today I pen down in tears this Eulogy in remembrance of Count Carl Gustaf Von, a Biafran pilot who hails from Sweden for his indulgence, and magnificent valor during the height of the pogrom from Nigeria and…

A Living Eulogy To The Bravest Biafra Pilot And Squadron Commander, Artur Alves Pereira

Artur Alves Pereira is another lover of freedom and one of the squadron commanders during the Biafra war, well known for his bravery in taking some calculated risks in order to help maintain and hold onto the seemingly only remaining Biafran airstrip (Uli Airstrip) used in smuggling relief materials into the Biafra territory for the…

We Remember Abie Nathan, Whose Magnanimous Efforts Was Unequaled During The Nigeria-Biafra War

Abie Nathan was born of Jewish parents, on April 29, 1927, in the Persian city of Abadan, Iran. He was born with a birthmark, which an expert had supposed an indication to achieving great things. So he did as he fought during the Second World War (at the age of 17) with the Royal Indo-British…

Remembering The Exploits Of The Stouthearted Gen. J. Achuzie A.K.A Biafra Air Raid, The Hannibal Of Biafra and The Mystery Of The Western World

  “He had some supernatural powers, he could disappear like an apparition, bullets tend to water on coming in contact with his skin.” These and more were the confessions from colleagues, friends and foes alike who fought the brutal 3-year Biafra war with the late General Joe Achuzia, famously known as ‘Air Raid’. These mysteries/confessions…

BIAFRA HEROES DAY: A MOMENT TO HONOR OUR FALLEN HEROES/HEROINES FOR THEIR INVALUABLE SACRIFICES

  It is yet another auspicious moment for all genuine Biafrans globally, to remember, accord respect and honor our gallant heroes and heroines who made the ultimate sacrifices with their lives, in the hands of the vampiric and murderous agents of Nigeria and Britain between 1967 and 1970, that we may live. These Biafran men…

Tribute To Rolf Steiner As We Remember His Sacrifices During The Nigeria-Biafra War, 51 Years

Heroes are born, not made! A true hero is one who stands in the gap to protect and preserve humanity despite what the endpoint of his actions may cost him. In the land of Germany, a hero was born on January 3, 1933, in Munich, Bavaria and he was named Rolf Steiner. Rolf which synonymously means…