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Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Nigeria's 'worse' than a zoo - Aisha Yesufu

By Princewill Akubumma | Biafra Writers

Wednesday, 20 January, 2021.

Female Nigerian activist Aisha Yesufu has taken a swipe at the federal government of Nigeria. She said calling the country (Nigeria) a zoo is just an understatement. According to her, the country is "worse" than a zoo.

In her words, she said:

"Calling Nigeria a zoo is actually a compliment. It is worse. Killings don't happen in zoo indiscriminately. It is more like a jungle but then, killing in jungles is for a purpose. Nigeria is in a category of itself where killing happen indiscriminately with no purpose".

This, she revealed on her official Twitter handle, @AishaYesufu. Berating the federal government, the activist asserted that respect should be deserved, and not demanded.

"You cannot just respect a country just because it is a country. That country has to be deserving of that respect," she tweeted. 

The activist continued to castigate Nigeria; pointing out failures of the present government, whom she accused of neglecting the youths - mostly students - having failed the latter in relation to constant strikes by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.

Aisha also outlined causes why Nigerian youths have every right to disrespect the country and its government:

"What has Nigerian youths got to respect Nigeria for? 

The ASUU strikes?

The unemployment?

The kidnappings?

The killings by terrorists?

The killings by security agents?"

She concluded.

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Monday, 18 January 2021

Uzuakoli To Be Taken Over By Fulani, Courtesy Of Georgina Ehuriah & Okechukwu Nwokoro

Uzuakoli To Be Taken Over By Fulani, Courtesy Of Georgina Ehuriah & Okechukwu Nwokoro

By Okezie Iheonunekwu | For Biafra Writers

January 18, 2021

Historically, Uzuakoli originated from Ezera in the present day Isukwuato Local Government Area, all in Abia State. Uzuakoli first settled in Akoli, migrating from there to their present settlement now called Uzuakoli. 

Originally known as “Ozu,"  Uzuakoli had five children – Mba, now called Amamba; Oma, now Eluoma, Nkwo, now known as Amankwo; Agbo, now called Agbozu; and the last child, Ugwuanyim, now called Ngwu. These five children of his gave rise to the five villages of Uzuakoli. 

Uzuakoli houses the famous Leprosy Settlement founded by the Methodist Missionary Society and the Local Authorities of Owerri Province in August, 1932. Uzuakoli also houses one of the best secondary schools in Nigeria, Methodist College Uzuakoli, founded in 1923. The town also boasts of a famous market – Eke Uzuakoli. 

During the colonial era, Uzuakoli was popular for a notorious clandestine slave trade market.  The town is so historically strategic that it became infused in a popular Biafra song making waves till date – “Agawalam ikwa ngbo na Uzuakoli, Baby isim gbalaga.”

During the Biafra war, the Nigerian army of 82nd Battalion commandeered by Major Ibrahim Babangida, attacked and captured Uzuakoli. In that fierce battle, Major Babangida was wounded by a Biafran Ogbunigwe shell and was evacuated. When Uzuakoli launched their electricity project in the 80s, IBB came to commission it, recalling the battle.  Of course Uzuakoli and Abagana stand out as the toughest war fronts during the Biafra incursion. 

Today sadly, the five traditional rulers of Uzuakoli, oppressively lured by two shameless Fulani slaves in the town, are on the brink of handing the town over to the Fulani Islamic caliphate.

Today sadly, the five traditional rulers of Uzuakoli, oppressively lured by two shameless Fulani slaves in the town, are on the brink of handing the town over to the Fulani Islamic caliphate.

 In the disguise of building a federal prison for rehabilitation of repented Boko haram members, the two self-serving Fulani slaves – Okechukwu Nwokoro, president of Uzuakoli Development Association (UDA), and Barrister Georgina Ehuriah, retired permanent secretary of Ministry of Interior – are pressurizing the traditional rulers to surrender Uzuakoli ancestral lands to the caliphate. The said prison project, we have gathered, is a decoy to grab lands for Fulani settlements. 

It’s unfortunate that many respected people of Uzuakoli are still blind to the mission of Georgina Ehuriah and her puppet APC agent, Okechukwu Nwokoro. A couple of years ago Georgina Ehuriah was given an assignment to secure lands in Uzuakoli for the Fulanis. To fool the people, she constructed a few kilometers road in Uzuakoli, tagging it federal project. She then brought Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, to Uzuakoli and persuaded Ozo of Uzuakoli to confer the title of Enyioha 1 of Uzuakoli (friend of Uzuakoli people) on him.
The unsuspecting people of Uzuakoli did not realize that Georgina Ehuriah and her crew were on a mission but were gradually watering the ground. Georgina and her crew had their first try through request for land for agricultural project. IPOB called their bluff, revealing that the said agricultural project is RUGA Settlement. Quickly they re-strategized, presenting to us now the prison project. 

It should be noted that there is a federal prison in Umuahia, and there is yet another one in Arochukwu. These towns are close to Uzuakoli. What then is the essence of citing another federal prison in Uzuakoli? Glaring then is the fact that everything is fishy about the project. Come to think of it, of what benefit is a federal prisons in a peaceful  town like Uzuakoli?

Presently, the people of Uzuakoli are developing their town by themselves, erecting luxury homes and chains of business. The prison project is a ploy to grab land and schematically deploy the so-called repented Boko Haram members to Uzuakoli and the neighbouring communities. The specific land being demanded – 50acres of forest land – connects Uzuakoli to Igbere , Alayi, Osuitem ,Itunbuzo ,Bende, and Ihechiowa  down to Ebonyi state. 

Uzuakoli, we should remember, is one of the towns that offered the Nigerian state the fiercest resistance. Trying to take it over is thus understandable. IBB was injured there, and the Fulani man doesn’t forget it hurry.
The good people of Uzuakoli should therefore rise up now against this unhealthy plot of the Fulani and their stooges. Uzuakoli needs banks, federal polytechnics, Hospitals, medical schools, and modern markets, not Fulani settlement in the guise of a federal prison.

Edited by Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
Published by Charles Opanwa 

Sunday, 17 January 2021

Kanu Explained Reason Why Northerners Suffers Most in the Insurgency

By Princewill Akubumma| Biafra Writers

Sunday, January 17, 2021.

Addressing journalists on a social media interview granted to a renowned journalist, Dele Momodu, on Thursday the 14th of January, 2021, the leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, pointed out why northern Nigeria was at the center of the hit of the atrocities of the terrorists and bandits ravaging the country. Kanu opined that it is as a consequence of their own actions.

He maintained that it is a natural consequence one expects to receive for harbouring and pampering terrorists. The North is known for playing politics with people’s life. Over the years they have used terrorists to process their political pursuits, and even in the current dispensation, are known to negotiate with them rather than engage them in battle.

Furthering his speech, Kanu asserted that Northern leaders connived with the former president of the United States, Barrack Hussein Obama, to oust President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. This, Kanu explained, was brought to fruition through the use of terrorism and intimidation.

Likening the terrorists to a little python that grows up to devour everyone in its path, Kanu explained that the same people used to intimidate others are now ironically killing those that nurtured them.

Noting that the area affected mostly by banditry and terrorism is Karnem Bornu – a core Hausa, Kanuri and Nupe territory – Kanu stressed that in most cases the people being slaughtered there are predominantly Christian faithfuls.

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Saturday, 16 January 2021

Col Emmanuel Nwobosi Laid To Rest At 81


By Princewill Akubumma | Biafra Writers

Saturday, January 16, 2021.

Colonel Emmanuel Nwora Nwobosi was yesterday,  Friday the 15th of January, 2021, laid to rest in his country home, Obosi, Idemili north LGA of Anambra State.

The late army colonel was given a state burial by the Anambra state government in collaboration with the traditional rulers of the state who flanked his casket in their full traditional regalia, giving the occasion a touch of glamour.

Col Nwobosi who died on November 24th of last year was a former captain in the Nigerian army and a colonel in the Biafran army. A loyal soldier, he gave his all to whatever cause he undertook.

Born on 21st January 1939, Col Nwobosi attended St John’s College, Kaduna, in 1954. He joined the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, in 1960, and was commissioned as a second lieutenant where he rose to the rank of a Captain in the Nigerian Army before the civil war in 1967.

Col Nwobosi was among the officers led by Major Nzeogwu that executed the January 15, 1966 military coup in Nigeria, aimed at restoring normalcy in the country and installing Chief Obafemi Awolowo as the Prime Minister.

Nwobosi was also one of the pioneers that set up the first field battery of the Nigerian Army Artillery. He passed on at 81, and his burial was a colourful one.

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Nnamdi Kanu: Why His Followers Believe He Is Divine

Nnamdi Kanu: Why His Followers Believe He Is Divine

January 16, 2021

By Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu | Biafra Writers

Some Christians look sullen when followers of Nnamdi Kanu refer to him as son God or a messiah. To them, Jesus is the only son of God and Messiah.  Point out to them the biblical verse where Jesus promised to come back again and they would say that Jesus can't come from Africa, a black race. Yet Bethlehem was the least expected city the messiah was to be born.

Nnamdi Kanu is not Jesus and Jesus is not Nnamdi Kanu. The two are however messiahs and Sons of God. Given the number of lives he has touched worldwide, one cannot deny he is divine, the Messiah of black race come to that.

Born at a time millions of Biafran children were being starved to death by the Nigerian government, Kanu’s divine disposition is evident in his messages, fulfillment of his prophecies, and supernatural occurrences that accompanies him wherever he goes.

That the sun follows him around whenever he makes public appearance – a sign of heaven bearing witness to his calling – is attested to by even his enemies. The Nigerian media working so hard to taint his image once accused him of using black magic to control the sun. In their own words Kanu commands the sun wherever he goes. Whether or not Kanu uses black magic, fact is, no known black magician has ever achieved such feat. Kanu’s rapport with the sun thus becomes legendary.

When Jesu came into this world, a mysterious star appeared. The astronomers – Gaspar, Balthazar and Melchior also known as the three wise men from the East – followed the star and came to bear witness to the birth of the Messiah. Nnamdi Kanu from the same East and the same lineage of Jesus came and rainbow appeared, circling the sun in broad daylight in his compound at Ibeku.

Kemi Omololu Olunloyo came subtly like a good sympathizer of the plight of the people of Biafra and later showed her chameleonic colour by calling Kanu "Biafraud" and at the same time launching a media war on Biafra's restoration headed by Nnamdi Kanu. She later found herself in a Port Harcourt prison, regretting her costly mistakes.

I have not forgotten the DSS Director Abdullahi Chiranchi who roughly pulled Nnamdi Kanu's shirt in anger. The young man died shortly after.

When Kanu came out of prison, he claimed to have cursed Buhari to die. Many thought he was making a frivolous claim. People thought Buhari’s death was due to health issues. But with what has happened so far, people now know that he truly cursed him to die.

Nnamdi Kanu announced on air that whoever rises up to the position of the head of all the cabals in the North will die. He said that his father in heaven, Chukwu Okike Abiama, will kill the person. At the time of the statement, many considered it bogus and incredible. Today however, events have proved him true.

When Buhari died, Abba Kyari took over as the head of all the Northern cabals. Shortly, Abba Kyari died. The cause of his death is still undisclosed till date. After his burial, Malam Ismaila Isa Funtua took over. His reign was cut short as death came calling. Next to take over  was Sam Nda-Isaiah. Nda died after a brief illness. All these happened in the year 2020.

Nnamdi Kanu on one of his broadcasts on Radio Biafra said that the reason the cabals have not announced the death of Mamman Daura is because they fear that if they announce it, he( Kanu) will look for the next person to curse. He continued to warn that anybody who rises to be the head of the cabals will die.

Even the so-called man of God, Rev Fr Ejike Mbaka, tried, and today, heaven knows his condition. He has lost the trust of the people. Before now, the audio records of Mbaka's Adoration Ministry messages were sold on the streets and commercial busses play it. Today such has stopped.

It should be noted that in the world history, only four people have survived state-sponsored assassination. They are Moses, Jesus, Muhammed and Nnamdi Kanu. Among the first three, only Muhammed applied the left hand of God which symbolizes death, judgement, Heaven and Hell. He did it with his Army of volunteers. Muhammed finished the race by himself but the other two couldn't. The question now is: will Nnamdi Kanu toe the part of Muhammed with the ESN? Let the historians stay awake as the greatest history in Africa is about to be made.

Edited by Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
Published by Charles Opanwa

Friday, 15 January 2021




January 15, 2021

By Mazi Nnamdi Kanu | The Biafra Times

It's quite ironic that Nigeria is still remembering the genocidal war of 1967- 1970 - the war which was planned to annihilate the people of the Old Eastern region, yet perpetrating the same actions that gave rise to the avoidable confrontation.  

One of the major reasons the memories of that war cannot be easily erased from the minds of Biafrans is that today the oppressors have continued to repeat the same actions they visited on us with more impunity. Instead of treating Biafrans as equal stakeholders in the affairs of the country they have continued to subjugate and hunt down our people with the help collaborators in government houses in the east and Igbo professional traitors based in Abuja & Lagos. IPOB family members and other Biafran agitators have remained daily targets of the oppressor and their security agencies who see the South as a conquered territory and its indigenous inhabitants ripe for elimination at all cost. 

The question every rational being must as is this; Why is Nigeria living in self denial? Despite repeated warnings, sometimes from those who previously worked against Biafra, that Nigeria is fast traveling on the same highway that led to the war in 1967, those at the helm of leadership in the Zoo that laughably refer to themselves as the 'elites' have chosen to play the ostrich. 

Instead of playing to the gallery with warm words and empty promises, the time has come for these mischievous political hoodlums masquerading as elites in Nigeria to courageously do the needful and permanently address the root cause of the ever growing agitations across the Luggardian contraption. There is only one universally acknowledged solution to the problems bedeviling One Nigeria, it is called Referendum. This will enable and more importantly give the various ethnic nationalities forcibly clamped together into the undesirable British engineered colonial cage, the choice to decide whether or not they wish to continue their miserable coexistence or not.

I understand the fear and apprehension of ethnic groups in Arewa core North living under Fulani hegemonic bondage. We would like to reassure them that Biafra won't abandon them. The Biafra project is designed to set every oppressed group within Nigeria free, not just the long suffering people of the East. A referendum or plebiscite remains the best tool to determine the fate of the masses not the dictates of half educated semi-literate corrupt nonentities in Abuja. 

This is 51 years after Harold Wilson's failed attempt to wipe out the entire Igbo Biafran race from the face of the earth. The Fulani agents of neo-colonialism he used have now perfected the same art of using  compromised individuals and Efulefus in the East to frustrate our march  towards freedom for all. They cannot succeed because the people they have been deceiving over the years are now smarter.

We agree with most of the germane issues raised at  the webinar conference  organized yesterday by Nzuko Umunna which further exposed some of the atrocities committed against Biafrans in the genocidal war 51 years ago. This was purely to let them know that we have not forgotten what they did to our fathers and mothers between 1966 and 1970. 

From the sensible contributions of eminent Nigerians in that gathering, it's now obvious to  the Fulani ruling cabal running the country that no one is happy with what is happening. Those frank observations emanated from the few prominent and respected Nigerians including politicians and religious leaders. This is a reminder to  those thinking that they have pocketed Nigeria to stop living in self delusion. The youths of Nigeria are rising to rescue the country from those who have taken it hostage. Biafra will soon bid farewell to the contraption and no force can stop this divine movement.

IPOB is perfecting arrangement to ensure that Biafra is restored without another war but if our oppressors refuse to heed  our calls for referendum, then they will later realize that IPOB is determined to pay whatever sacrifice to free our people from this bondage. 


Thursday, 14 January 2021

African Nationalists Failed Us – Kanu


By Princewill Akubumma | Biafra Writers

Thursday, January 14, 2021.

The leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has once again taken swipe at African leaders, decrying their inability to reason like human beings. Kanu who registered his anger both on Radio Biafra and his social media platform stated that African leaders failed us because their interest was more on becoming Kings and Emperors in an empire they neither created nor conquered.

The IPOB Supreme Leader told of how India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Kashmir were originally lumped together into one country by the British colonial powers but upon independence went their separate ways, adding that such decision occasioned the political, economic and socio-cultural stability in those countries today. The failure of African leaders to replicate this initiative precipitated clash of value systems, leaving in its wake incessant crisis in the continent.

Had the African leaders called all their people to ascertain the type of country that they wanted, Kanu argued, Africa wouldn’t have been in the mess it is in today. But they instead chose to build on the scripts handed to them by the white colonialists.

Stressing that Africa’s major problem is mentally based, Kanu noted that the white supremacists only handed us pseudo independence, withdrawing from our countries to rule by proxy. He added that the deficiency in our reasoning capacity provides them the ground to regard us sub-humans.

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