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Thursday, 17 October 2019

Onitsha Inferno: We Commiserate with families that lost their loved ones - IPOB



With a profound sense of deep sorrow and sadness, we commiserate with all the families and communities that lost loved ones over the terror attack in Onitsha on the 16 October 2019. This is not the first time an articulated Dangote lorry or a tanker driven by a terrorist ladden with inflammable liquid has been involved in mass fatalities in Onitsha or other parts of Anambra State. The story is always the same, its either their trailer had brake failure or their tanker exploded, all resulting in massive loss of lives and destruction of individually owned businesses.

We the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) call these callous and wicked acts for what it is- a cowardly terrorist attack designed by those evil men determined to exterminate we Biafrans from the face of the earth and carried out by those that think they are serving a Jihadi cause that will bring about the Islamisation of Biafraland through terrorism. At a time when Fulani herdsmen sponsored by the caliphate are actively engaged in the forceful acquisition of our lands in Ebonyi, Enugu, Anambra, and Abia, aided by the Nigerian Army under the guise of Operation Python Dance 4, this massive loss of lives and businesses in Onitsha is most unwelcome.

The question we keep asking is, why are there no exploding tankers in crowded streets of Kano, Kaduna or Sokoto? Why must tankers driven by northerners always explode in the south or the brakes of their trailers always fail in Biafraland? It is time now for our people to wake up to this new reality of population reduction by those intent on the destruction of the Biafran race.

We Biafrans as a people are under immense siege from our enemies on multiple fronts. They are determined to conquer and subjugate us by all means but we IPOB shall continue to resist them regardless of human and material cost.

It is not a coincidence that at a time when Biafrans are being persecuted in India, South Africa, Togo, Congo, Indonesia, and Malaysia at the instigation of the Government of Nigeria, our land being forcibly given to Fulani terror herdsmen by weak South East governors; Ohaneze Ndigbo slavishly and treacherously going down on their knees to beg the caliphate to make Nnia Nwodo a lapdog president of the north, coupled with the closure of land borders in the south of Nigeria while those in the north remain open; using Operation Python Dance 4 to terrorise innocent civilians to submit to the will of the Fulani caliphate, are all well marshalled schemes designed to instil fear, strangulate Biafran businesses across West Africa, render Biafraland economically impotent and prepare Biafrans for total annihilation.

Every Biafran must wake up to this inevitable reality that our governors and Ohaneze have sold us and our children's future to their Fulani masters. What awaits us all is slavery and servitude unless we rise up to support Biafra restoration as puritanically championed by IPOB. The fire outbreak in Onitsha was designed and orchestrated by a few individuals who used a Fulani driver to perfect this most heinous terrorists attack on the peace-loving people of Biafra. Even in midst of this terrible attack the incompetence and carelessness of Governor Willie Obiano shone through. Anambra State government was unable to mobilise paid firefighters or summon a fire engine to help with efforts to put out the inferno, instead, Willie Obiano ordered the arrest of those that volunteered to stop the fire from spreading.

One thing is certain, there is no way they can succeed because IPOB is already withstanding and confronting them in all forms and on all fronts. 


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Onitsha: Hundreds of shops, houses razed down in fuel fire mishap

  • Fleeing woman, baby slip, burnt to death
  • Youths rally to save the elderly, women, children from being burnt
  • Absence of firefighters, equipment worsens destruction
By Nwabueze Okonkwo and Chimaobi Nwaiwu

Many people were trapped and feared dead, yesterday, while scores of persons sustained injuries in Onitsha, Anambra State, as a petrol-laden tanker lost control, crashed into Toronto Hospital at Upper Iweka, along Enugu-Onitsha Expressway and burst into flames.

The incident, which occurred at about 12 noon, is the second tanker accident at the same spot, that had claimed over 50 lives this year.

The latest victim among others, who lost their lives, was a pregnant woman and her three-year-old baby strapped to her back.

According to an eyewitness, the woman had escaped, but went back to her shop to rescue her money.

The source stated that the flames, which followed the flow of fuel in the drainage, touched wooden bridge to her shop and as she stepped on it on getting out of the shop, the wood caved in and she fell into the drainage with the child on her back.

Efforts to rescue her proved abortive, as the flames leaping out of the fuel-filled drainage scared off sympathisers.

The fire from the explosion also consumed about 40 buildings, affected over 500 lock-up shops along the Iweka Road Street Market and spread to Ochanja and Menax markets.

The incident, which sparked confusion among residents and traders, reportedly occurred when the tanker laden with petrol lost control opposite Toronto Hospital Onitsha, while descending Zik Roundabout end of Onitsha- Enugu Expressway and veered off the service lane, with the fuel tanker pulling off the truck head and spilling its content, which caught fire.

READ: Biafra: Igbo Presidency, a Misplaced Priority


Property and goods worth millions of naira were destroyed at Ochanja Market, while a commercial bank was also touched as the fire passed through New Auto Spare Parts Market, down to Iweka Road and to Emodi Street by Zik’s Avenue, burning all the shops along the road.

Trading activities were halted at Upper Iweka, Ochanaja, Iweka Road to Ozomagala Street, as traders shut abruptly with the flames surging higher, as the fuel flowed down the streets.

But for the intervention of youths, who climbed up three and four-storey buildings, the casualties would have been much as trapped old men, women, and children in most of the buildings were rescued before the ravaging fire caught up with them.

‘No fire station’

A resident, who spoke with Vanguard, said the fire started around 10a.m. and for the two hours the buildings were on fire, there was no fire-fighter around.

The resident added that none of the markets in Onitsha had any functional fire service station, as people watched helplessly as their houses, shops, goods, and flats got burnt.

Another eyewitness, Jude Okezie, said for the resilience and courage of some youths, some elderly people including children trapped in over 10 buildings, ranging from two, three to four-storey buildings along Iweka Road towards Ochanja Market, would have burnt to death as smoke almost suffocated them before rescue came their way.

There was mild drama at the scene when the youths, chanting anti-government slogans, forced two sewage tankers taking faeces to dump sites to assist in putting out the fire, but with little success as the fire continued to blaze towards Ochanja Market.

As the youths were chanting anti-government songs, a fire service vehicle, said to have come from Asaba, appeared with water, but the angry youths, thinking it was from Anambra State, started throwing stones at it, destroying the windscreens, making the driver and two occupants return to their base.

The crowd became uncontrollable as efforts to put out the fire manually continued with collection of water with buckets from a borehole on the street with a pastor, who owns a filling station, supplying detergents and fire extinguisher for the youths to put out the fire moving through the gutter.

At press time, many youths were seen putting up spirited efforts to put out the fire, with many throwing sachets of pure water into the heart of the fire in a futile, but desperate attempt to stop the inferno.


Some of the victims at Ochanja Market, Agbo Romijus, Fabian Onah and Jude Nnamani whose goods were completely gutted by fire, told Vanguard that the fire incident took them unawares.

They rained curses on men of the state fire service for not making any attempt to visit the scene with their equipment, even as at 6p.m.

According to them, they were sitting in their shops not expecting any danger when suddenly the flame burst forth in front of the shops and quickly spread into their shop from the wares displayed outside.

One said: “We lost everything we have laboured for in life. We are finished and no hope to overcome this incident.”

READ ALSO: Investigate Attack by Nigerian Police Ndiegoro on Abia Community, AI Urged Authorities

Jude Nnamani, who was weeping uncontrollably, said: “All my goods were gutted by the fire. We are passionately appealing to Governor Willie Obiano to kindly come to our rescue because we have families and dependents and now we have no other hope.”

There is fear that more human casualties may be recorded following the number of buildings affected and their proximity to each other along the Iweka Road, leading to Ochanja Market.

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Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Ohanaeze President- General Knelt Down Begging Us To Make Him President- Junaid Mohammed

October 16, 2019  | The Biafra Times

Lagos – Elderstatesman and Second Republic federal lawmaker, Junaid Mohammed has revealed that North rejected the plea of John Nwodo, the President- General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo when he begged them to make him President.

Speaking in an interview with Daily Independent, Junaid said Nwodo came with a delegation from Enugu, while the meeting took place in the home of Lawal Jafaru Isa, former military administrator of Kaduna state.

He said they only laughed at Nwodo because the North does not support the culture of begging for positions.

He said “I haven’t seen an Igbo man that I will endorse for now. I will not endorse an Igbo man because all the people who are pretending are not serious and they have the history of being part and parcel of the family that brought  the civil war”.

“Are you telling me because John Nwodo is the president of  Ohanaeze I should ask people to vote for him? I will not”.

“He came all the way from Enugu state to meet our people with a delegation and we had a meeting in a house not very far from my house, he house of a former governor of Kaduna state,  Lawal Jafaru Isa”.

“We had a meeting there in which John Nwodo went on his knees begging us to make him President. We laughed at him. In our culture, you don’t come here and say you people should make me this or that. We allow people to point at you and say you are good to occupy certain positions”.

“Being the President is not a question of begging people” he said.


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Monday, 14 October 2019

Biafra: Igbo Presidency, a Misplaced Priority

October 14, 2019

By Princewill Akubumma | For Biafra Writers

The priority of Ndigbo now is Biafra and not Igbo presidency. Igbo presidency is a scam just like the so-called Second Niger Bridge, Ogoni Clean-up and Restructuring.

The Fulani Oligarchy, functioning in their capacity as care-takers of the British company called Nigeria, have always employed the instrument of distraction to keep the mind of Nigerian youths away from the Islamization agenda being advanced. These nomads from Fouta Djallon have been tutored for centuries by the British on mind games and they have used it effectively to keep the far more educated South under control.

Igbo Presidency is just another ploy calculated to draw minds away from the Biafra quest. Unfortunately, many are blind to that and so have run with it. Schematically injected into the polity at a time the struggle is gathering more international recognition, what the detractors aim to achieve with the Igbo Presidency decoy cannot be missed.

What even makes anybody think that even if an Igbo man is by some sort of miracle allowed into Aso Rock that he would be allowed a free hand to turn things around? Take the governors, senators, and House of Rep members as a case study. Do they act on their own accord? No. They are all Fulani stooges, doing the biddings of the caliphate just to be allowed to stay in power. Take the governor of Anambara state, Willie Obiano, for instance. He recently announced the incorporation of Miyetti Allah into Anambara state government and instituted the Kill-and-Pay policy – a morbid pact that permits Fulani herdsmen to kill their host communities as much as they might desire, provided they pay the state government the sum of ₦500,000 for each person killed. Obiano, of course, is acting out the script handed him by the caliphate who installed him.

Well, the desire of Biafrans – both Igbo speaking and non-Igbo speaking parts – is self-determination and not presidency. Of course, there may be an insignificant number (like the corrupt politicians and those who feed from their table), who might talk about Igbo presidency even though they know it’s unrealistic; the wishes of a few, however, cannot override the yearnings of the overwhelming majority. A referendum is therefore apt.

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Edited By Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
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Saturday, 12 October 2019

Investigate Attack by Nigerian Police Ndiegoro on Abia Community, AI Urged Authorities

12 October 2019 | The Biafra Times


The Nigerian authorities must investigate the burning of nine (9) buildings and arrest of dozens of men and women by the police in Ndiegoro, a community in Aba South local government, Abia state, says Amnesty International Nigeria.

At least 9 buildings were burnt and 50 men and women arrested over 4-days; when policemen besieged the community between 26 September to 1 October 2019 in retaliation for the killing of a police officer and a police driver in the area.

Witnesses told Amnesty International that on Thursday 26th September 2019, a police officer attached to the Cameroun Barracks (Ndiegoro) police station and a civilian driver were killed by assailants, at a police checkpoint in Ama Nmonwu area of Aba.  Scores of policemen returned to Ndiegoro later in the evening without warrant and arrested over 50 residents including children. The indiscriminate arrests continued till Tuesday 1 October 2019 when the police returned with about 12 Hilux vehicles and randomly set at least 9 buildings and shops on fire.

“We condemn the killing of policemen and demand that every lawful effort be made to bring the perpetrators to justice, but it is essential that both Nigerian law and international human rights laws are respected. Police have a duty to maintain public order, and in doing so they may use force only where strictly necessary. If the use of force is unavoidable, it must be done with restraint,” said Osai Ojigho Director Amnesty International Nigeria

READ ALSO: Horror: Nigerian Army and Police Burning down Houses in Aba

“Authorities must take immediate steps to identify those responsible for the murder of the policeman and the police-civilian driver and the officers who ordered or took part in unlawful reprisal on the community. All those suspected to be responsible for criminal offences should be promptly and fairly brought to justice, tried before an independent and impartial court and without recourse to the death penalty.”

When contacted by Amnesty International, Abia state police command denied setting homes and shops on fire but confirmed that they arrested 31 people, including 4 women whom they described as Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) members. Those arrested were also charged for murder, terrorism and arson.

Testimonies from victims and eyewitnesses confirmed that police looted houses and burnt buildings.
 Video footage and photos filmed at the site and reviewed by Amnesty International showed houses ransacked and burnt.

The Abia State Civil Society Network (ACSON) said they documented a total of 9 razed buildings, including three buildings set ablaze by the police along Anaba Street. Six other buildings were also burnt in Degema/Oko-jumbo street. A restaurant was looted in Ibere Street on 1 October 2019.

Amnesty International has documented several instances when law enforcement officers attack communities in response to the killing of their personnel.
On 15 February 2008, police officers invaded Ogaminana community, a settlement in the Adavi Local Government Area, in Kogi state killing at least 15 people and burning scores of buildings.

The Nigerian Senate set up a panel to investigate the incident, but nobody was brought to account of the killings till date.

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Biafra: Coded military operation in Biafraland aimed to aid fulani terror herdsmen to acquire and consolidate forcibly taken farmlands


October 12, 2019 | The Biafra Times

We the global family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) wish to advice the Fulani dominated military hierarchy in Nigeria led by Tukur Buratai that constant harassment and killing of innocent civilians in the East will not make up for their failure to deal with insurgency and terrorism ravaging the North where they come from. Any reasonable society would have noticed by now that these meaningless military exercises designed to torment civil society is a tactical diversion to cover up the failures of the Nigeria Army in tackling Fulani terrorism. The plan is to give the world the misleading impression that insecurity is affecting every part of Nigeria and Biafraland when that is not the case.

Announcing countless and meaningless military operations within the borders of Nigeria is indicative that this army headed by Buratai are cowards and instruments of suppression and intimidation. Civilised democratic countries set up their armies to fight external enemies and protect their borders but in Africa as with all developmentally backward parts of the world, national armies are being used to oppress the civilian population of which Nigeria is a prime example.

Buratai's cowardly and incompetent army of occupation should be reminded that all they have succeeded in doing is turning the Nigerian military into a laughing stock because announcing exotically named military operation after military operation within a civilian space is making it appear more like a television drama series than a serious initiative. They should stop fooling themselves and reveal the motive behind these countless invasions of Biafraland which is to aid Fulani terror herdsmen to acquire and consolidate farmlands forcibly taken from non-Fulani communities in the south. The world must know that we are seriously engaging these band of terrorists in Ebonyi State where they continue to enjoy the protection and help from their fellow Fulani terrorists in uniform in their quest to Islamise Ebonyi State and wider Biafra with the help of the state governor Dave Umahi.

Not long ago, earlier this year, Operation Python Dance 3 was launched by this same bumbling and roundly incompetent Buratai, which ended up accomplishing nothing in terms of their stated aim of eradicating IPOB using military force. All they succeeded in achieving is raping of young women, extortion and mindless thuggery against defenceless citizens. It has now been firmly established that the Nigeria government and her security forces especially the murderous Fulani soldiers in Nigerian Army uniform cleverly designed these never-ending episodes of military action against innocent civilians to ensure they continue the elimination of Biafran youths with the blessing of South East governors and Ohaneze Ndigbo. This is the intention behind this ongoing Operation Python Dance 4 and Operation Crocodile Smile in Biafraland.

In 2017 this same Nigerian Army with active connivance of South East governors and Ohaneze Ndigbo used Operation Python Dance 2 as cover to attempt the assassination of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and elimination of hundreds of Biafrans of which 28 gallant men fell at Isiama-Afaraukwu Umuahia in Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's compound during the invasion.

At a time when Nigerian army is being roundly defeated on all fronts by Boko Haram, culminating in some soldiers fleeing from battle and recourse to Saudi spirituality as a means of combating their self made insurgency, Fulani caliphate have instead chosen to display the bravery of their army against unarmed innocent civilians in Biafraland.

It important that Biafrans know that this recent Operation Python Dance 4 in Biafraland is the brainchild of the Fulani caliphate and their slaves in Igboland  Dave Umahi, Nnia Nwodo with the usual brigade of Efulefus that will stop at nothing to ensure that Biafraland is reduced to another vassal colony of the caliphate like Illorin the same way Ukpabi Asika did before them. These quislings know their days are numbered and as with every traitor in history, they must face their fate at the right time. We will never forgive nor pardon them.

In the north, their governors are busy proudly and openly negotiating with known killers, bandits and terrorists but in Biafraland Dave Umahi, Willie Obiano, Okezie Ikpeazu and Nnia Nwodo are busy colluding with northern military officers to kill their own people.

There is no insecurity in Biafraland save for those introduced by land grabbing Fulani terror herdsmen, aided and abated by South East governors. 

We know Nigerian military have no shame and will continue to flex their muscle against unarmed peaceful civilians while running away from engaging Boko Haram in battle in the north. Boko Haram are rampaging and killing lives in the north. There are overcrowded IDP camps and abandoned villages in the Arewa core north but the senseless Nigerian army are in Biafraland extorting money from motorists and committing all manner of unspeakable atrocities.

We IPOB are not relenting in our exposure of the inadequacies and unconscionable actions of this Buratai led Nigerian army until the world is firmly aware of what obtains in Nigeria. Exposing and making sure the whole world knows about the evil plans of Nigerian government and her security agencies against the people of Biafra is our responsibilty and that we shall continue to do.

There is peace in Biafraland except for where Fulani terror herdsmen are wreaking havoc in Ebonyi State. It is therefore unacceptable that Nigerian army should be running around in armoured vehicles and tormenting innocent civilians when they should be combating insecurity in core Arewa North. What exists in Nigeria is a Fulani Islamic army of occupation not a national army by any stretch of the imagination. It is, therefore, the duty of the masses to resist them as we IPOB are doing.


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Thursday, 10 October 2019

Traditional rulers that endorsed Gov Obiano's Kill and Pay ₦500,000 Policy Exposed, see list

October 10, 2019 | The Biafra Times

It’s no longer news that the governor of Anambara state, Willie Obiano, rates the life of an average Igbo Man at ₦500,000. And rather than ban the activities of terrorist Fulani herdsmen who have been raping and killing our people, the governor chose to explore the business side of the coin, charging Miyetti Allah – the parent body of terrorist herdsmen – the sum of ₦500,000 for each person they kill. In the governor’s view, the life of an Igbo man is valued in cash, and come to that, is worth ₦500,000 only.
Saddened by this ugly development, our roving news crew took the pains to dig deeper into the matter and in doing so, came to the shocking realization that the governor actually acted in connivance with some traditional rulers in the state. Furthering investigations therefore, our journalists were able to dig up the names of the thoughtless traditional rulers who, although see the day-to-day grief of the villagers, have suppressed their conscience to support such morbid business of exchanging life for money. Below is the list:

  1. H.R.H Igwe Mbamalu Okeke of Abagana,                     
  2. H.RH, Igwe Chijioke Nwankwo of Nawfia.           
  3. H.R.H Igwe Mike Okeke Uche of Enuguagidi.                              
  4. H.R.H Ralph Ekpe  Okpalanakana 3 of Enugwukwu Umunri.                
  5. H.R.H Igwe Mark Ike Oriobu of Nimo.                  
  6. H.R.H Igwe L.N Ezenwata Abba.               

  1. HRH Igwe Emeka Iluno o Ifitedunu.                  
  2. Umunachi - Barr Ikechukwu Odino PG 08037064597.                     
  3. Ukwulu - HRH Igwe Peter Uyanna Ezedike of Ukwulu.                              

  1.  OBOSI - H.R.H Igwe Iweka Chukwudubem of Obosi                                      
  2. Nkpor -  Onowu Emmanuel Udeze.                 
  3. Ogidi -  HRH Igwe Ezeodi Onyido Ezechukwulumuagha 1.        
  4. Umoji -  Odezuligbo Christopher Nnedu               
  5. Oraukwu - HRH Igwe chinenyeze 2 Igwe DR Emeka Onuorah

  1. Ifte Nanka igwe Godwin Eziro
  2. Pg Benard Onyekwelu.
  3. OKO - Igwe Laz Ekwueme Ezioko.
  4. Igwe  micheal Okechukwu Ugwu Awgbu.
  5. Igwe C.O. Okeke d 3,
  6. Obinikpa Village Amokpara - Igwe Fedric Chidozie Okoli
  7. Ndioha Village Ndiokpara Eze -  A. E. Emma.Orumb Nt.Nanka.

  1. IGBOUKWU- Igwe Martin Ezeh LATE.   
  2. ORAERI- Emmanuel Nriagu.   
  3. ISUOFIA- Con. Nmuoghalu.   
  4. UGA- Chidi Ezewugo.  
  5. UMUONA- Humphrey .O.Ejesieme.   
  6. IKENGA- Arfred Ezeobi.   
  7. EKWULUOBIA- Emmanuel Onyeneke.   
  8. EZINIFITE- Igwe Bob Orji   
  9. AGULUEZECHUKWU- Igwe Eberendu.   
  10. UMUCHU-   G.O. Ezechukwu.  
  11. ACHANA- Chuma Okadigbo.   
  12. NKPULOGWU- Moses Obidikwe.   
  13. AKPO- Jonathan Oparaeze.   
  14. AMAESI- Paul Egbuacho.

  1. Igwe Kenneth Orizu the 3rd. Igwe Nnewi


  2. Ihembosi - Ajeh, Matthias Uzokwe, (Akonobi of Ihembosi) 07030819598.
  3. Ichi - Igwe Lawrence Okonkwo (Ugo-dinaobi) 08038907588.
  4. Ozubulu - Nnamdi Oluche, (Ezeugodinobi Okeife) 08035532943.

  1.  lgwe Promise Eze (Abilikete of Umunze) 
  2.  Igwe Thomas Ognumbiaka (Owerre Ezukala)
  3.  Igwe Emmamuel Okoro (Ogbunka)
  4.  Igwe Ozoemena (Umuomaku)
  5.  Igwe Samuel Uche (Ezira)
  6. Igwe M.N. Okoli (Akpu)
  7. Igwe Benson Ofu (ihite)
  8. Igwe Clifford Okeke (_nawfija)
  9. PG Uchenna Madubuife (nawfija) 
  10. Igwe F.O.Iheoku (Ogboji)
  11. Igwe Bennard Emejuo (Eziagu)

  1. Ihiala - Igwe Thomas Obidiegwu, Oluoha the 17th. Okohia Ihiala Town 08111219929.
  2. Okija Town - Igwe Emeka Okezie Okoye of Okija Town.
  3. Uli Town - Igwe Demian Onyekaonwu from Amamputu Uli.
  4. Mbosi Town - Igwe Dr. Oluoha Gregory Nwokeora, Umuezike Mbosi Town.
  5. Lilu Town - Igwe Godson Onyedili (Igwe Ikenga).
  6. Ubuluisiuzo Town - Igwe J.I. Ozulumba, Ezedum the 2nd, Ubahuogu Ubuluisiuzo.
  7. Osumuoghu Town - P.G., Chika Muomaihe Ezeala Osumuoghu Town.
  8. Isseke Town - Igwe Emmanuel Nnabuife the second, Edeke Isseke Town.
  9. Amaoka Town - Igwe Obiriolemgbe in Amaoka.
  10. Azia Town - P.G Kenneth Mmaduako, Azia Town.


  1. IGBARIAM - Igwe Nkeli Nzekwe (Okalakwu Igbariam)
  2. UMUERI - HRM Igwe Sir Ben Emeka (Oke-Ebo II)
  3. UMU-OBA ANAM - Igwe Ekwealor (Oba Agu of Umu-oba)
  4. NSUGBE - Igwe Victor Ntoka
  5. ENUGWU AGULERI - Eze Augustine Chukwuemeka Ekwealor (Eze Aka ji Ovo Igbo, Iduu the 34th)
  6. AGULERI - Dr Mike Idigo (Eze Udo Aguleri, Idigo the 4th)
  7. EZIAGULU OTU AGULERI - Udorji Ikegbune (Oji Odor of Eziagulu Otu Aguleri)
  8. MKPUNANDO AGULERI - Alex Anakpulu Edezunu (Eze Udo 1 of Mkpunando Aguleri)
  9. ENUGWU OTU AGULERI - Emmanuel Nnacheta (Igwe Agagba IDUU 1 of Enugwu Otu Aguleri)

AWKA NORTH             
  1. HRH Christopher Nnaegbuna 08037414966 & 08088789660 Igwe Ebenebe.                 
  2. Ugbenu - Igwe L.O Egwuonwu Dibia of Ugbenu                                   
  3. Amanuke -  Igwe Benedict Okafor

  1. ICHIDA - HRH Igwe Charles Ezeudogu                
  2. ADAZI- ENU - HRH Igwe Alphonus Okpalaecheku                       
  3. NENI - HRH Igwe Damian Onwuamaeze.                       
  4. ADAZI- ANI - HRH Igwe Robert Nwankwor.                            
  5. OBELEDU - HRH Igwe A .C Oragwam        
  6. AGULU - HRH Igwe Innocent Obodoakor.                            
  7. ADAZI-NNUKWU - HRH Igwe Prof Augustine Obiekezie.                              
  8. NRI - HRH Igwe  Obidiegwu Onyeso.                                  
  9. AKWAEZE - HRH  Igwe Christopher Okpala.                                   
  10. AGULUIZIIGBO - HRH Igwe A.N Ezeaniekwe

  1. His Majesty Nnaemeka Achebe (Obi of Onitsha) Traditional  Rulers in Anambra West LGA
  2. HRM Nwoji Onyeaka (Traditional ruler of Ezi-Anam Kingdom)
  3. HRM Okeke Nwaozoekwe (Traditional ruler of  Oroma-etiti Anam Kingdom)
  4. HRM Obadile Okeke (Traditional  ruler of Umuenwelum-Anam Kingdom)
  5. HRM Sylvester Nneolisa (Traditional ruler  of Ivite-Anam Kingdom)
  6. HRM Onyeachonam Anidebe (Traditional  ruler of Iyiorah-Anam Kingdom)
  7. HRM Ojaadi Akwaoba(Traditional ruler of  Ukwalla Kingdom)
  8. HRM Ekwegbeli Ejumade ( Traditional  ruler of Owelle Kingdom)
  9. HRM Udoji Okwute (Traditional  ruler of Innoma Kingdom)
  10. HRM Egwuenu Sunday (Traditional  ruler of Alaa Kingdom)
  11. HRM Edoziuno Nwabuwanne (Traditional  ruler of Nzam Kingdom)
  12. HRM Chukwuka Oke-Ebo (Traditional ruler of Odekpe Kingdom)

ABATETE - HRH Igwe Emeka Efobi, Edeogu2 of Abatete

EZIOWELLE - HRH Igwe Okonkwo Edusi mike of Eziowelle

  1. Awka HRH Igwe Gibson Nwoso & Augustine Ndigwe ( seems there are contesting)    
  2. Nibo - HRH Igwe MC Ngene.         
  3. UMUAWULU -  HRH Igwe Juel Egwuonwu.                           
  4. NBAUKWU - HRH Igwe Peter Nweke Anugwu.                               
  5. ISIAGU_- HRH Augustine Nwankwo.                           
  6. OKPUNO - HRH Igwe S.I Okafor.         
  7. AMAWBIA - (HRH     Igwe Denis I Ezebilo.                                   
  8. NISE - HRH Igwe Romanus Ilo


UMUNYA - HRH Igwe Chris Chinedu Onyekwuluje Umunya

  1. ODEKPE - HRH Emmanuel Chima Onyia, Okakwu 6th of Odekpe
  2. AMAYI - HRH Igwe Emmanuel Nduka Mbanefo, Ede of Amiyi
  3. OGBAKUBA - Igwe Paul Afubelu
  4. AKILI OZUZO - HRH Igwe Ogugua Johnny
  5. UMUNANKWO - HRH Igwe Fidelix Nsofor, Onye Ego 1 of Umunankwo
  6. OSSOMALA - HRH Okakwu Victor Awogu C., Atamanya of Ossomala
  7. OGWUANIOCHA - HRH Oliver Chike Nnaji, Amali Nwaeze.
  8. OHITA - HRH DR. N. I. Esmai
  9. MPUTU - HRH Igwe F. Odebe
  10. UMUZU - HRH Igwe E. U. Okwudili
  11. OKWU IKPELE - HRH Igwe V. B. C. Onyema 111
  12. OKPUNO - HRH Igwe Engr. S. I. Okafor
  13. ATANI - HRH Igwe Augustine Azuka Ngoddy

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