Solidarity Biafra

Editorial 10 May 2013

Ikechukwu Enyiagu writes for Radio Biafra Editorial Board My people, we all know that now is the time because what we have all tried to set up and to kick-start towards the emancipation of our people from the hell-trap called Nigeria was eventually done, but not as we had thought or planned. It was kicked…

Peter Obi Anambra politics 2

Editorial 8 May 2013

Peter Obi should release the Autopsy Report on Ezu River victims The world is still waiting for the autopsy results on the unfortunate victims whose bodies were dumped in Ezu River by the Nigerian Police at the orders of Peter Obi the Anambra State governor. Joint ‘public’ sitting of two committees of the Senate have…

christianity cross

Editorial 7 May 2013

Biafra: The Tithes and the Taunted Rejoicing Ikechukwu Enyiagu writes for Radio Biafra Editorial Board in response to reactions to the Editorial of 6 May 2013 This piece takes a closer look at the principle of God’s demand to tithing in the church; His view, intention and direction for its full utilization. It equally intends…

Pentecostal churches2

Editorial 6 May 2013

Paying Tithe to African Pastors is Sin against GOD-The Dead Churches & Satanic Pastors By Lovina Iburene Originally the church is not a building but a local congregation of Christians . . . Christ followers with Christ-like qualities . . . entry is by confession of Christ . . . a believer who is in…

Slavery Stop in Igboland

Editorial 5 May 2013

Only Igbos can Stop the problems in Igboland; only Biafrans can get Biafra The reason why crime and all manner of evil continue to persist in Biafra and especially Igboland today is because those that are better placed to speak up for the down trodden impoverished and enslaved masses have all abandoned the people to…

Igbo Day Red Cap Chiefs

Editorial 4 May 2013

Corrupt Igbo Politicians and Compromised Freedom Fighters not welcome at Radio Biafra The need to reactivate Radio Biafra London was borne out of recognition that Igbos are the only ethnic group being singled out, hunted and killed like wild animals all over Nigeria. Even Boko Haram knows that Igbos are too divided, too weak and…

Crumbling Coat of Arms nigeria

Editorial 3 May 2013

Why Igbos in Hausa/Fulani Northern Nigeria are doomed Extracts of interview between Ohaneze Ndigbo Kano leader Chief Idika and group of American journalists before the latest multiple Kano bombings that claimed over 81 lives including that of Ikechukwu Anosike from Ndagbo Isiama Afaraukwu Ibeku Umuahia Abia State. QUESTION: Sir, last year, there was a coordinated…

Crumbling Coat of Arms nigeria

Editorial 2 May 2013

Who says the North is afraid of break-up? Certainly not! The Northern Hausa/Fulani people were the first to threaten the Nigerian federation with secession when on the eve of the birth of an independent country they vowed to break away if 50% of the legislative seat was not given to them. The North again in…

Killing Fields 1

Editorial 1 May 2013

Nigeria is the Angel of Death Through the years-from 1945 to be exact-to the present day, various Islamic movements with Jihadist tendencies have risen in the North, Middle Belt and Western regions of Nigeria to attack and kill Igbo people and other Christian ethnic groups from Eastern Nigeria.