IPOB: May 30th Sit-At-Home Order Extended To 10 Northern Cities

The Indigenous People of Biafra on Wednesday declared that its sit-at-home order scheduled for May 30 had been extended to 10 areas in northern Nigeria and Abuja. It gave the 10 areas to include: Kano, Kaduna, Jos, Makurdi, Gigawa, Jalingo, Yola and Lafia. It added that the order would also be observed in Ibadan, Benin,…

IPOB: Detention of Nnamdi Kanu, the worst mistake from Buhari’s Administration – Special Assistant to ex-President

Published by Family Writers Former Special Assistant to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan on New Media, Reno Omokri, has said that the worst thing President Muhammadu Buhari did is to remand the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu in prison. Omokri said that that singular action had made Kanu one of the most…

Biafra: Foreign Journalists troop into Biafraland for Heroes Day; many visit Nnamdi Kanu

Foreign journalists visit Kanu By Tim Tochukwu For Biafra Choice Writers   For many foreign journalists across the world, Biafraland is the place to be at the moment. They all want to be part of the Biafra Heroes Remembrance Day (known simply as Biafra Heroes Day). This year’s celebration is special because it marks 50…

Biafra: Maxi Okwu supports Biafra Sit-At-Home

  Biafra Choice Writers   A Biafran who has been in Nigerian politics for years, Maxi Okwu, has unequivocally and unashamedly declared his support for Biafra’s sit-at-home to be held on May 30, 2017. Writing on his Facebook wall, Okwu declared: “Now we wait to exhale with the mother of all 50th anniversaries on 30th…

IPOB: THE SHARING OF CAKE AND “BIAFRA AT 50” – By FANI KAYODE

        I believe that it is not only the height of naivety but also deeply insulting to say that the way to stop the Biafran agitation is to offer the Igbo cake. Quite apart from that I find it curious, incredulous and somewhat patronising that those behind the “Biafra at 50” event,…

Biafra: In Solidarity with the families of 22 innocent citizens that lost their lives in the 22nd May 2017 suicide bombing at the Manchester City

  (Intersociety, Onitsha Nigeria: 25th May 2017)-The leadership of Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) gladly congratulate the entire management, players and teeming global fans of the Manchester United Football Club of England for winning yesterday (24th May 2017) the 2017 EUROPA League Championship trophy and securing automatic qualification for the next UEFA Championship…

IPOB: REMEMBERING OUR HEROES ON MAY 30TH IS OUR NATURAL DUTY

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu; IPOB Leader visited a powerful Niger Delta activist; Ann-Kio Briggs in his continuous consultation for Biafra restoration The ordeal of my maternal grandfather, Late Samson Ezeh, in the hands of the Nigeria troops during the Biafra Genocide of 1967-70, is one story I will never cease to talk about until justice is…

IPOB: Chinua Achebe International Conference: Ohakim Extols Achebe’s Virtues, Says Nigeria Is Negotiable

25th May 2017 ENUGU— The immediate past Governor of Imo state, Dr. Ikedi Ohakim has described the late literary icon, China Achebe, as “a man with awesome credentials and an eagle on the Iroko,” adding that the Nobel laureate is the greatest gift God gave to the Igbos as a people and Africa as a whole.…

Biafra: Court Orders Immediate Release Of Bright Chimezie, Slams N5m Compensation The State Security Services (SSS)

ABUJA–The Federal High Court No 1 Uyo, in Akwa Ibom State, presided over by Hon. justice Ijeoma Ojukwu delivered judgement in a fundamental Right Suite filed on behalf of Bright Chimezie against the Gestapo outfit, the State Security Services. The lawyer representing Bright Chimezie in this case is Barr. Ifeanyi Ejiofor. Following his argument before…

IPOB: The Ruthless & Hypocritical Nature Of The British Government And The Silence of Humanity

May 23, 2017 ●A case of spanking a child and coming out to ask neighbours why he/she is crying. One might ask or try to fathom why the Indigenous People of Biafra is always very irate whenever that name ‘Britain’ is mentioned. Well, I would reply that the same fury can be witnessed in any…