The Legal Team of Indigenous People of Biafra provided the following information/report about the case that came up in Federal High Court Owerri on 28 March 2013: “Please I write to inform you of what happened in the Court on Thursday 28 March 2013. The Court sat as scheduled. The Venue was filled to capacity by members of the public and Biafrans. The Biafran Legal Team consisted of four lawyers as shown in the photographs attached herewith, namely, from left to right: Ohaeto Uwazie, Emeka Adolf (Lead Counsel), Debe Odumegwu Ojukwu, and Ibe G. Nwachukwunta. In accordance with our rule of practice, I told Barr. Debe Odumegwu Ojukwu being the most senior among us to introduce the Biafran Legal Team. He rose up and introduced himself and all of us. His presence gave some weight to the case. He then asked me to continue with the matter.
Secret British Papers Released Why Biafra Lost The war How Britain covered up for Gowon in the Death of Biafran Civilians Why British Government Wanted Biafra to Fail The only reason why the content of this document has not been given extensive coverage is because Igbo people have up until now lacked the means to bring it to the attention of the world. But with Radio Biafra London back on air and broadcasting twice a week, every truth concealed and hidden from the world will be revealed and its implications analysed for ordinary people to understand.
WORLD PRESS RELEASE
BIAFRA DRAGS NIGERIA TO COURT!
For the first time since after the Nigeria-Biafra War
Abomination in Igboland-Dumped Bodies in Anambra River those of Biafra Activists Killed by Anambra State Police Command This is what became of Igbo sons abducted by the Nigerian Police some of whom were shot dead and their bodies dumped in Ezu River, Ugwuoba Enugu State a boundary town to Amansea, Awka North, Anambra State. Eastern Pilot Newspaper received an anonymous phone call from a man purporting to be a serving police officer attached to the dreaded Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Anambra State Police Command to confirm the dead bodies floating in the river as those of unarmed Igbo sons killed in and around Onitsha area for suspected criminal activities.