IPOB Decries Killings, Cowardice By Political Class

  THE Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has expressed shock and bitterness over  incessant killings in Nigeria, particularly, the 58 people in Kaduna State, and what it called “continued cowardice exhibited by the political class in Nigeria in the face of the unrelenting onslaught against the people.   IPOB in a statement by its Media…

BIAFRA REMEMBRANCE DAY OF 3OTH MAY: ANOTHER HISTORICAL AND EVENTFUL MOMENT BECKONS

  Annually, 30th of May has been earmarked for Biafrans globally, to commemorate the sacrifices of their slain heros and heroines in their struggle for the unfettered restoration of the nation of Biafra. As that date rapidly approaches, it is expedient that Biafrans the world over, fully understand the historic record attached. It is a…

IGBO BIAFRAN TRADERS UNDER SERIOUS THREAT FROM BENUE TIVS IN GBOKO

  For the past one week, there has been palpable tension in Gboko, the capital city of Benue State, which serves as the traditional Headquarters of Tiv ethnic group in Nigeria. This threat stems from the biting effect of a weeklong “Sit-At-Home” Protest embarked upon by Igbo Biafran traders in that part of Nigeria. It…

Buhari’s Continous Defense Of Killer Herdsmen Emboldens Their Onslaught On Christians In Nigeria

  President Muhammadu Buhari’s face-saving statement during his recent interactive meeting with his US counterpart, President Donald Trump at the White House, Washington DC, that “Nigerian herdsmen” whose atrocities and heinous crimes against innocent citizens of the country has skyrocketed since his coming into power, do not carry AK 47s and that they only use…

AMNESTY TO BOKO HARAM AN INJUSTICE TO HUMANITY

  Amnesty is the act of an authority officially forgiving certain classes of persons who are subject to trial but have not yet been convicted. It includes more than pardon in as much as it obliterates all illegal remembrance of the offence. Amnesty is more and more used to express freedom and the time when…

IPOB Media and Publicity Secretary Emma Powerful: Why we’re against Ohanaeze summit on restructuring

The Media and Publicity Secretary of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, Emma Powerful, in this interview with TONY OKAFOR, explains why his group is against the Ohanaeze summit on restructuring and other issues Why is your group kicking against the Ohanaeze summit on restructuring? Ohanaeze Ndigbo has outlived its usefulness. An organisation that claims…

IPOB: Buhari reciprocating Boko Haram’s aid in clinching the presidency by granting them amnesty

Published by The Biafra Times | April 3, 2018 If anything, the proposed amnesty for Boko Haram terrorists is confirmation that the entire information management machinery of this APC government is run on lies by a bunch of shameless liars led by the Minister of Information Alhaji Lai Mohammed. Is this not the same Boko…

Alaigbo Demands Anti-open Grazing Laws in South/East and South/South

  Prominent Igbo group, the Alaigbo Development Foundation (ADF), has demanded that governors of the five South East states and their counterparts in Delta and Rivers states in the South-South zone should immediately begin the process to enact Anti-Open Grazing laws to check the illegal activities of herdsmen in the region.   The leaders urged…

Shock As NSCDC Officials Opens Fire On Commuters In Enugu

  ENUGU— Heavy protests by irate youths broke out yesterday in Enugu at the popular Milliken Hill after several passengers met their untimely death following gunshots fired at a moving commercial transit bus by an operative of the National Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC.   The commercial vehicle which later got mesmerized in an…

NneNne Iwuji-Eme: Biafran Woman Becomes First Black Female High Commissioner Appointed By UK

  NneNne Iwuji-Eme, a Igbo born Nigerian woman in the United Kingdom, is not just a career diplomat, but now the first black female in such capacity to be appointed a high commissioner as she is now to represent the country in Mozambique.   The UK Guardian reports that NneNne Iwuji-Eme, before her appointment, had…