Play/Listen To Galaxy Radio Interview With IPOB UK National Coordinator, Dr. Justice Ukachi-Lois – Part 2

Play/Listen To Galaxy Radio Interview With IPOB UK National Coordinator, Dr. Justice Ukachi-Lois – Part 2

 

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Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Radio Biafra Media

BIAFRA: THE FAILURE OF “ABURI ACCORD” AND THE GENOCIDAL WAR OF 1967-1970 PAVED THE WAY FOR A REFERENDUM

  As many have been clamouring and canvassing for a restructured Nigeria, It now becomes so obvious that we have strictly scanned through the idea with an intent reasoning and understanding. Before I could go deeper with the setups in these writing, I would rather prefer briefly to explain Restructuring and what it is all about.…

A HOUSE DIVIDED AGAINST ITSELF: THE ROLE OF YORUBAS IN NIGERIA CIVIL WAR

Before the January 15, 1966 coup, it has been mentioned earlier that Awolowo and his other Yoruba politicians were imprisoned by Tafawa Balewa regime for treason with the massacre of Easterners and the death of Ironsi. The Yoruba leaders apparently decided that if the East secedes, so will the West.   This was why the…

UKNC-O HISTORY LESSON: BIAFRA THE CASE FOR INDEPENDENCE – PART 6

  AFTER ABURI It had been agreed at Aburi that all previous decrees assuming over-centralisation and detracting from Regional autonomy should be repealed and a decree enacted before 21st January restoring the regions to their position before the military takeover on the 15th January, 1966.   Eventually a draft decree was issued by the Lagos…

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…

UKNC-O HISTORY LESSON: BIAFRA THE CASE FOR INDEPENDENCE – PART 4

  POGROM— 29th SEPTEMBER, 1966   On 29th September, as the Constitutional Conference was still sitting in Lagos, events occurred which will always rank as of the utmost significance in the social and political history of Nigeria, events which made fundamental changes in the structure and pattern of Nigerian society and government. On that day…