NEWS: Why Nigeria Failed and why Biafra must take centre stage.

NEWS: Why Nigeria Failed and why Biafra must take centre stage.

We are all born into history. We did not choose to be born into our own unique history. We did not choose to be born Igbo, Efik, Ibibio, Ijaw, Ogoja, Itsekiri, Isoko, Esan, and Urhobo. We are simply born into who we are. We were born into who we are free of coercion, compulsion, or persuasion. We simply became who we are.   As a result of who we are we inherited specific social and…

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The Nigeria Government is terrorising Igbo’s “The President-General of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, John Nnia Nwodo.”

The Nigeria Government is terrorising Igbo’s “The President-General of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, John Nnia Nwodo.”

The President-General of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, John Nnia Nwodo, has alleged that the Nigeria Government was creating situations to terrorise people of Biafra. Nwodo made the call while reacting to the continuous detention of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Speaking with Press, the President General of the Pan Igbo-political organisation wondered why the Nigeria Government is refusing to obey court orders to release Mazi  Kanu while no member…

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The Igbo want to do something for themselves – create a country for and by their selves

The Igbo want to do something for themselves – create a country for and by their selves

The Igbo want to do something for themselves – create a country for and by their selves   Igbo as an ethnic nation has a population of 50 million. Though the people are dispersed across the globe but they all have their root in a definitive physical geographical space which is often referred to as Igbo Land. All Igbo everywhere call this piece of real estate to which they are indigenous: Homeland. Present Igbo people…

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Deconstructing the false image of the Igbo as the poster child liberators of their neighbours

Deconstructing the false image of the Igbo as the poster child liberators of their neighbours

Deconstructing the false image of the Igbo as the poster child liberators of their neighbours   Over the last few decades it does not speak well of the rationality of some of those involved in the Biafran or Igbo liberation movement that they base some of their actions and statements on mere assumptions. As a result some of these Biafran activists have created in the minds of some observers a false impression of what the…

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Taking Igbo out of Nigerian bondage Part 3

Taking Igbo out of Nigerian bondage Part 3

Eat with the devil but with long spoon   If we should equate Igbo’s existence in Nigeria as being in hell then it is inevitable that the Igbo must eat or interact with the devil – the lord of Hell. Though the ultimate goal of the Igbo is to exit Nigeria, but to be able to do that, the Igbo must first engage the Nigerian state politically, diplomatically and in other ways. In engaging Nigeria…

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Igbo journey out of Nigeria can only be led by the best that Igbo have to offer

Igbo journey out of Nigeria can only be led by the best that Igbo have to offer

Igbo journey out of Nigeria can only be led by the best that Igbo have to offer   We are confident that it is a few focused and incorruptible Igbo who through team spirit (njiko,) aka idi ocha (sterling character) and amamife (wisdom) will eventually, without guns and bombs free the Igbo from Nigeria. These Igbo-centric politicians will need to work in partnership with their Igbo brothers and sisters both at home and abroad to…

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Taking Igbo out of Nigerian bondage

Taking Igbo out of Nigerian bondage

Taking Igbo out of Nigerian bondage   What Igbo people want is to leave Nigeria  On the 29th of May 1966 the Igbo irreversibly renounced their colonially imposed Nigerian citizenship. That date marks the official beginning of the 1966 Pogrom of Igbo people in Nigeria. So, it goes without saying that what the Igbo want is to cut clear and exist sovereignly, politically and territorially independent of the Nigerian state.   There has never been…

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Is Biafra Shadow Government able to attract majority of the people of Biafra?

Is Biafra Shadow Government able to attract majority of the people of Biafra?

Whereas the Peoples and Nation of Biafra and their land and property find themselves under physical, sociologic, political, economic and psychological subjugation by the State of Nigeria since 1967, a “state of occupation,” by Nigeria, of Biafra, has existed and continues to exist. Unwilling to continue to live under such stifling servitude while suffering such indignities as are inappropriate for human beings, determined to exercise the natural and legal rights to Freedom and Liberty, NOW,…

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News: Chief John Nwodo My support for Biafra shadow Government

News: Chief John Nwodo My support for Biafra shadow Government

Chief John Nwodo came on a board as the President General of Ohaneze Ndigbo at a historic time when Igbo need to put their political and ideological differences aside to enable Ndigbo regain their lost their nation of Biafra. Since the new administration came on board it has shown in words and action that it is ready to take Ndigbo to a higher level. On the Biafra struggle, he made this statement to Biafra Agitators,…

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BIAFRA: NIGERIA PUSHING IGBO TO SECEDE AGAIN

BIAFRA: NIGERIA PUSHING IGBO TO SECEDE AGAIN

By Onyedika Agbedo Chief John Nnia Nwodo (Jnr) was elected as the President-General of apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, recently.  A lawyer and economist by training, Nwodo is not new to public life. He had served as minister of civil aviation (1983) and minister of information and culture (1998-1999), amid other national and regional assignments. He aspired for the presidency on the platform of the All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) in 2003. In this…

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