IPOB: South East House Of Reps. Members Demand Referendum

Members of the House of Representatives from the South-East geopolitical zone have called for a provision for referendum in the Nigerian constitution to open up avenues for discussions on self-determination by Nigerians. They also insisted that Nigeria was due for restructuring and that it would be done, no matter how long it would take. The…

IPOB: with the compliance of Biafra’s Sit-at-Home, Biafrans announce Nnamdi Kanu as their undisputed leader

Ekwueme and Kanu: transference of leadership By Kelechi Okorie For Biafra Choice Writers   May 30 was the second time Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), under the leadership of Nnamdi Kanu, have observed Sit-At-Home exercise to prove to enemies good that Biafrans are resolute about exiting Nigeria. The first was held on September 23, 2016,…

IPOB: SEPA’s Call To Revoke Kanu’s Bail, A Handiwork Of Unscrupulous Govt. Agents, Should Be Disregarded

The irrational call made by a faceless and non-existent group under the aegis of the South East Peoples Assembly, SEPA, to the Federal High Court, Abuja, to revoke the bail granted to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, is not only mischievous but a deliberate intention to cause chaos…

Biafra: Rejection Of Southeast Development Commission Bill By Reps, A Boost To Our Agitation -By IPOB

  •One of the million reasons the Biafrans wants to leave Nigeria is marginalization with impunity Barely a year after the Northern law makers moved a motion for North East Development Commission (NEDC) which was passed into bill within minutes of its emergence at the National Assembly, followed up by unihibited access to massive and…

IPOB: Biafra 50 years Anniversary, An Epic To The Land Of The Rising Sun And Nigeria’s Inconvenient Truth – Part 2 –By Femi Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode, a prominent thought leader in Nigeria, writes this two-part essay to commemorate 50 years of Biafra, the Land of the Rising Sun – and remind Nigerians of the country’s dark history with regards to relations with the Igbos. You may read the first part of this essay HERE.  What is even more revealing and brings home…

IPOB: Biafra 50 years Anniversary, An Epic To The Land Of The Rising Sun And Nigeria’s Inconvenient Truth – Part 1 –By Femi Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode, a prominent thought leader in Nigeria, writes this two-part essay to commemorate 50 years of Biafra, the Land of the Rising Sun – and remind Nigerians of the country’s dark history with regards to relations with the Igbos.  “O Igbo arise! O Igbo arise! O Igbo arise! Let the chains of subjugation be broken,…

IPOB: Nigeria And The Missing Cenotaph: 50 Years After The Biafra Pogrom By Francis Anekwe Oborji

Francis Anekwe Oborji, a Roman Catholic priest, writes this piece to mark Biafra Remembrance Day, May 30 and to raise questions on Nigeria, as an indivisible entity in light of unaddressed crimes against humanity. This article is about remembering the dead. It is about the ‘spiritual-mystical’ bond and relationship which exist between the living and dead members…

IPOB: Biafran Jews mark 50 years since failed bid for independence – By The Times Of Israel

Nigeria on Tuesday marks 50 years since the declaration of an independent Republic of Biafra plunged the country into a civil war, amid renewed tensions and fresh calls for a separate state. The main pro-independence groups — the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) — have called for a day of reflection. Among the IPOB are…