IPOB: Biafra Scientist How we made weapons and refineries for Biafra – Mr. F. N. C Oragwu

  By Sunday Ani More than 47 years since the Nigerian civil war ended, Mr. F. N. C Oragwu, one of the Biafran scientists has disclosed how he and others fabricated weapons and built airports and refineries for the defunct republic. A 1960 graduate of Physics from the University of Glasgow in Scotland, Oragwu said he was…

Biafra: OHANAEZE NDIGBO SHOULD UNDERSTAND THAT NNAMDI KANU IS NOT AND WILL NEVER AGITATE FOR NIGERIA RESTRUCTURING

OHANAEZE NDIGBO SHOULD UNDERSTAND THAT NNAMDI KANU IS NOT AND WILL NEVER AGITATE FOR NIGERIA RESTRUCTURING Nwachukwu Victor Samuel writing for Family Writers. The level of inferiority complex in some of the elders in Biafra is beyond my comprehension. They speak from both sides of their mouths and at the same time claim that they…

Biafra: Nnamdi Kanu’s Detention & Conditional Freedom: Lessons And Challenges Ahead

       (Intersociety Nigeria: 30th April 2017)-It is no longer news that Citizen Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) was unjustifiably detained for 18 months or since 14th October 2015 before being granted court bail with stringent conditions on 25th April 2017; with the said stiff pre bail conditions fully met, leading to…

The British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Paul Arkwrigh: What makes you think that the right to self-determination would be wrong for the people of Biafra?

  We have decided to forward this mail to enable us appraise His Excellency’s speech on the 6th of April, 2017, in respect of His Excellency’s unbridled utterances regarding Biafra’s freedom and independence. His Excellency’s speech summarily vetoes “One Nigeria” and the “indivisibility of Nigeria”, as it noted that Nigeria cannot break up under Britain’s…

Biafra: NNAMDI KANU’S TRAVAILS A BARE BAIL DEVOID OF LIBERTY -BY CHIEF MIKE A. A. OZEKHOME

Chief Mike A. A. Ozekhome, SAN By Mike Ozekhome, SAN. Published by Family Writers I congratulate Justice Binta Nyako for being courageous enough to even grant bail at all to IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, on health grounds. This is predicated on the truism that the Judiciary has been so humiliated, browbeaten, terrorized and emasculated by…

IPOB: NNAMDI KANU: Why I attended Nnamdi Kanu’s trial – Fayose

Published by Family Writers Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose, has said he attended the trial of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mr Nnamdi Kanu, ‎in Abuja on Tuesday because of his belief in ensuring justice for all, irrespective of where one hails from. ‎This is just as he promised to…

IPOB: ALERT! PLOT TO KILL NNAMDI KANU ON HIS WAY HOME TOMORROW REVEALED

  As earlier announced by BIAFRA WRITERS today, information filtering into our news room has it that the grand plan to assassinate the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu has been scheduled to take place any time from tomorrow on his way home from Kuje prison. It was further gathered this evening…

IPOB: NIGERIAN JUDICIARY WASHING DIRTY LINEN IN PUBLIC

  The presiding judge in the case between the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu and the federal government of Nigeria, (in)justice Binta Murtala Nyako has been indicted in her own pronouncements following the unconstitutional bail conditions she granted the accused, Kanu on April 25th, 2017, at the Abuja Federal High Court.…

IPOB: ANY ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE NNAMDI KANU IS A CALL FOR WAR– IPOB WARNS

  It is almost incomprehensible to realise that the self acclaimed elites (or most suitably called the cabals) in the Hausa Fulani tribe of Northern Nigeria and their slave masters are deluded to the fact that Biafra is already a done deal even when the rest of the world has acknowledged the atrocities of the…

IPOB: World Ranking: Nigeria falls again as press freedom worsens under Buhari

Nigeria has taken another fall on the international press freedom index, to rank 122 out of 180 countries examined. Since President Muhammadu Buhari took power in 2015, Nigeria has been on a decline in the world ranking, falling from 111 to 116 in Buhari’s first year as president. In 2017, the country recorded another fall, moving…