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How Irish Missionaries Fought BBC Fake News And Risked Their Lives To Save Millions Of Biafrans From Starvation During Biafran War

  A new Irish documentary reveals how Irish missionaries risked their lives to save millions from starvation during the Nigerian Civil War. Known as the Biafran War, it raged from 1967 to 1970 between the government of Nigeria and the eastern region of Nigerian that had broken away, which called itself the Republic of Biafra. Assisted by…

Biafra Fallen Heroes: Recalling The Great Moments Of A Great Icon, Selfless Leader And Pioneer Biafra Head Of State, Gen. Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu

  The image so often associated with Africa – a child with stick-thin limbs and swollen belly – dates back to the first televised famine, the Biafra war. The man who understood the power of that image was an Oxford-educated Nigerian soldier, Emeka Ojukwu.   Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, to use his full name, proclaimed…

The United Nations Silence On Biafra Exit, A Conspiracy Against Black Africa

  The United Nations is an intergovernmental body with a mission to maintain peace, security, and human rights while offering humanitarian aids and promoting sustainable development. The UN principal organs include the General Assembly, the Security Council, the International Court of Justice, and more.   Some believe that the body is truly for peace and…

UKNC-O HISTORY LESSON: Biafra Genocide – Nigeria Fantastically Corrupted The Conscience Of The World #Shame-on-Nigeria #We-remember-Biafra – Part 4

“There has been genocide, for example on the occasion of the 1966 massacres … Two areas have suffered badly [from the fighting]. Firstly the region between the towns of Benin and Asaba where only widows and orphans remain, Federal troops having for unknown reasons massacred all the men. According to eyewitnesses of that massacre the…