April is genocide awareness and prevention month.

April is genocide awareness and prevention month.

Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe IGBO TENACITY, resilience,  and relentless optimism to pursue and terminate the British conquest and occupation of their homeland and embark on a societal reconstruction and transformational aftermath are acutely an affront to both the sardauna of Sokoto (northwest Nigeria) and British occupation sensibilities in Nigeria. This is particularly evident during the 1930s-1960s epoch when Igbo people spearhead the termination of the British occupation of the states and peoples of southwest central Africa. The sardauna…

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Biafra – finalising the orchestration of the victory symphony

Biafra – finalising the orchestration of the victory symphony

Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe FEW NOW FAIL to observe the unassailable ascent of the Biafra freedom movement. The convulsive desperation being exhibited by the British chief representative to genocidist Nigeria presently in speech after speech in this “country” of Britain’s denouncing Igbo/other African peoples’ rights to self-determination speaks volumes of British acknowledgement, however belated, 51 years later, that neither it nor its client co-genocidist state Nigeria can stop the triumph of Biafra freedom. No one else can….

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Starvation is an imperial resource for Britain

Starvation is an imperial resource for Britain

Starvation was a conscious resource for Britain’s colonial projects. It is still being used as a weapon today. Over half of Yemen’s population, 28 million people, are short of food. All the while Britain ‘advises’ it’s junior partner, the Saudis, where their airstrikes should hit. It comes as little surprise that the agricultural industry in Yemen is being deliberately targeted. The British armed and supplied Nigeria with mercenaries during the Biafran war of 1967-70 all in…

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BIAFRA:In the struggle for our freedom, all hail our heroes

BIAFRA:In the struggle for our freedom, all hail our heroes

The above heading is also the title of a song originally composed by Charles O. Okereke. The lyrics of this song which quickly turned into a classic in a few short years were originally conceived in 1970. Okereke 14 at the time was just a child – a Biafran child, that is. As Biafra’s defeat was announced over the radio waves, the words of the song tumbled into his young mind. Ironically, the prophetic declarations…

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Bribery and Uncontrolled exploitation: The reason for ONE NIGERIA UNDER THE NORTH

Bribery and Uncontrolled exploitation: The reason for ONE NIGERIA UNDER THE NORTH

Dear Biafrans read the following report about the endemic corruption by Hausa-Fulani Yoruba oligarchy’s and the corrupt officials from eastern region Biafra, When your done kindly return to our previous broadcast transcript published on this page “Why Nigeria Failed and why Biafra must take centre stage.” On 17 February 2016, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden and his scandal-prone CFO Simon Henry thought they were having a private telephone discussion about a dawn raid carried out by Dutch police…

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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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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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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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