News:Four Cameroonian troops killed by separatists, government confirms

News:Four Cameroonian troops killed by separatists, government confirms

The Government of southern Cameroon Ambazonia has been accused by Occupying Government of Cameroon of to having killed four security forces in several attacks over the past few days, the government said on Saturday, an unprecedented violent turn to a movement that risks morphing into a full-blown war. A government crackdown on the English speaking indigenous community has killed dozens of people since October and driven many into the arms of a once-fringe separatist movement ahead…

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News:Eritrea backing armed groups against Ethiopia and Djibouti – U.N. experts

News:Eritrea backing armed groups against Ethiopia and Djibouti – U.N. experts

A United Nations report says Eritrea’s continued support for some anti-government elements continues to heighten security in the Horn of Africa region. The activities of the said groups are intended at destabilizing Ethiopia and Djibouti. The document titled: ‘Report of the Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea’ presented to the U.N. Security Council (UNSC), however, emphasized that the said groups do not pose a critical threat to the target nations. “Eritrea continued to provide support…

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BIAFRA: NIGER DELTA AVENGER’S CEASE FIRE ON OPERATION RED ECONOMY IS OFFICIALLY OVER.

BIAFRA: NIGER DELTA AVENGER’S CEASE FIRE ON OPERATION RED ECONOMY IS OFFICIALLY OVER.

The High Command of the Niger Delta Avengers wishes to bring to the notice of the International Community and the general public that there is no such militant group with the nomenclature, “Reformed Niger Delta Avengers”; it is not operated by any of our operatives but a money making tool in the hands of certain disgruntled Niger Deltan political jobbers in connivance with top government functionaries of the Buhari led Nigerian Government. The Intelligence Unit…

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NEWS: Evidence Against Nigeria’s Army Chief And Others In A Case Under Tortured Victims Protection Act

NEWS: Evidence Against Nigeria’s Army Chief And Others In A Case Under Tortured Victims Protection Act

.Our lead counsel “Fein & DelValle PLLC travelled to Enugu capital of the occupied, Biafraland—the homeland of Igbo people—from August 19-August 24, 2017. Below is the offcial Press release “Our visit was to meet with our plaintiffs-clients, to gather facts and to conduct research to advance the Torture Victims Protection Act (TVPA) lawsuit we have filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia on behalf of ten (10) anonymous plaintiffs against…

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ASARI DOKUBO’S CHALLENGE AND JOE IGBOKWE’S SEARCH FOR RELEVANCE

ASARI DOKUBO’S CHALLENGE AND JOE IGBOKWE’S SEARCH FOR RELEVANCE

    Nigeria as a united country continues to unravel and it is the responsibility of all reasonable stakeholders to continually question the raison d’etre of its continued preservation. The Rights activist par excellence Asari Dokubo is doing just that but most of all he is balancing out the overly tilted scale by the undue weight of those from the Northern and Western parts of Nigeria who believe it is their birthright to monopolise the…

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The Igbo are gone! Gone! Free!

The Igbo are gone! Gone! Free!

Britain has always supported the idea of one indivisible Nigeria in its opposition to the Biafran people’s quest for self-determination. But the same Britain has no problem breaking away from the European Union after more than four decades. Or recognizing the right of the Scots to go their way after three centuries of their union. Few now fail to observe the unassailable ascent of the Biafra freedom movement. The convulsive desperation being exhibited presently by the British…

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Open Letter to the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo of Nigeria

Open Letter to the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo of Nigeria

Open Letter to the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo of Nigeria (in Response to Northern Youths’ plea for Self-Determination and Referendum for Biafra) June 21, 2017   Biafrans acknowledge that the Northern Youths have a right to present and tell—in their own voice, view and perspective—their own side of the story of impossible one-Nigeria. Biafrans also acknowledge the understanding of, and support by, the Northern Youths for international law, the UN Self-Determination Resolution and how it…

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On The Ultimatum to The Igbo to Vacate Northern Nigeria by October 1st 2017: BIAFRA GOVERNMENT IN EXILE RESPONSE

On The Ultimatum to The Igbo to Vacate Northern Nigeria by October 1st 2017: BIAFRA GOVERNMENT IN EXILE RESPONSE

On June 6, 2017, the Northern Youths declared that the North is leaving Nigeria, based on their intractable enmity with the Igbo / Biafra / South-eastern Nigeria. In the same declaration, they threatened the Igbo living in the North with their lives and property, giving an ultimatum to the Igbo residing in Northern Nigeria to leave before October 1st 2017, else risk their lives and property. They also recalled Northerners living in South-eastern Nigeria in…

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COMMUNIQUÉ ISSUED BY THE EASTERN MANDATE UNION (EMU) ON THE QUIT NOTICE ISSUED BY THE CONFEDERATE OF AREWA GROUPS TO NDIGBO LIVING IN NORTHERN NIGERIA

COMMUNIQUÉ ISSUED BY THE EASTERN MANDATE UNION (EMU)  ON THE QUIT NOTICE ISSUED BY  THE CONFEDERATE OF AREWA GROUPS TO  NDIGBO LIVING IN NORTHERN NIGERIA

COMMUNIQUÉ ISSUED BY THE EASTERN MANDATE UNION (EMU)  ON THE QUIT NOTICE ISSUED BY  THE CONFEDERATE OF AREWA GROUPS TO NDIGBO LIVING IN NORTHERN NIGERIA Preamble: Following from the recent quit notice issued to Ndigbo living in northern Nigeria by the confederate of Arewa Groups comprising Arewa Citizens Action for Change; Arewa Youth Consultative Forum; Arewa Youth Development Foundation, Arewa Students Forum, Northern Emancipation Network and the Northern Youth Vanguard, the Eastern Mandate Union convoked…

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Breaking: Official Igbo Position on Nigerian Restructuring

Breaking: Official Igbo Position on Nigerian Restructuring

The need to restructure the Nigerian state has gained a populist currency in the past few years. Especially, since the beginning of this year, 2017 it has become a consensus call coming from almost all the ethnical, political and geographical sections that make up the corporate Nigerian state. Recently the champions of this call for a new and different Nigeria have gained an overwhelming numerical strength. Therefore their voices are increasingly getting stronger, louder and…

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