Series 5: Lord Sir Frederick Lugard & Royal Niger Company “the creator of Nigeria”

POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVE ITINERARY  EASTWARD   As you have been informed verbally, it is just possible that you may, before leav­ing Jebba or Bajibo, receive a cablegram ‘Lugard Kuka’, meaning char instead of proceeding westward, you will retrace your steps to Lokoja and make your way to Bornu and Lake Chad.

Series 4: Lord Sir Frederick Lugard & Royal Niger Company “the creator of Nigeria”

OBJECTS OF YOUR JOURNEY WEST   The last sentence conveys the objects of your journey. France has obtained a few treaties with powerful chiefs on  the strength  of which she claims im­mense regions in the great bend of the Niger, known in France as ‘le boucle du Niger’.

Series 2: Lord Sir Frederick Lugard & Royal Niger Company “the maker of Nigeria”

London, 2nd July 1894. Dear Sir G. Goldie, I have carefully read the above letter and  pledge myself to observe the conditions  required of me, not only during  my term of service with The Company, but for five years after its conclusion. Yours faithfully, (Sgd) F. D. Lugard. Capt

Biafra Independence 2014

Terry Paulson What would you say to the Founding Fathers who gathered in Philadelphia to craft the Declaration of Independence knowing that it would mean war with England? Would you have told them to wait, to keep trying diplomacy, or to wait for England to leave them alone? Would you support their taking up arms…

The beloved tri-colour of the Rising Sun gracing the sacred land of Biafra on 30 May 2014

Biafrans are indeed formidable. We are fearless before our enemies.Our memorial today in Enugu was beyond amazing. We remembered our heroes and heroines! Chukwu Abhiama was definitely with us! Now we march on to the next phase of true feedom fighting. Our work is never finished until Biafra is restored. It is either Biafra or Biafra!