News:Militants Claim 24 Soldiers Captured

News:Militants Claim 24 Soldiers Captured

Members of the Concerned Militant Leaders (CML) of Niger Delta region have declared that 24 soldiers captured during their encounter with military men on Friday morning would not be released. Also, the CML debunked the claim by the military that seven suspected militants were shot dead during the exchange of gunfire, which occurred along Bakassi Peninsula waterways. Spokesperson of the dreaded militant group, simply identified as General Ben, stated yesterday, that he did not lose…

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BIAFRANS THE TIME TO GET OUT OF NIGERIA IS NOW .

BIAFRANS THE TIME TO GET OUT OF NIGERIA IS NOW .

My fellow Biafrans at home and in the diaspora – all Biafrans in Europe, North America, South America, China, Australia, all countries of Asia, all countries in Africa, all Biafrans living in Northern Nigeria, Western Nigeria, the Middle Belt, and at home in Biafraland, the time to get out of Nigeria is now. Biafrans in the armed forces of Nigeria -army, navy, air force, police, customs, immigration, Biafrans in the Nigeria civil service, Biafrans working…

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BIAFRA:GET UP STAND UP STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS #NDA

BIAFRA:GET UP STAND UP STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS #NDA

These are the words of the great mega star, Bob Marley. These words are as true today as they were the hour Bob Marley sang them. They are as true today for the people of Eastern Region (Biafra) as they were in 1967 when then Head of State of Biafra, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu warned all the people of Biafra that failure to stand up straight and fight to win their freedom from the Hausa Fulani Yoruba…

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Calabar Rail Project was Left out of Budget

Calabar Rail Project was Left out of Budget

More facts have emerged on how the funds proposed for the Calabar-Lagos railway project in the 2016 budget estimates were taken out of the Appropriation Bill by the National Assembly. According THISDAY West african newspaper  the amended budget presented by head of the regime Muhammadu Buhari last January after the dust had settled over the “missing budget”, the sum of N80 billion was included for the Calabar-Lagos rail project in the amended budget by the executive…

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