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Tuesday 16 May 2017

Biafra: Integrity Of ECOWAS Court At Stake As Kanu's Case Has Been Rescheduled For Tomorrow {18 May, 2017}

May 17, 2017

As we await the case of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu which was scheduled to take place today but postponed to 18th May, 2017 according to his lawyer Barr. Ifeanyi Ejiofor, the need to put ECOWAS Court on it's toe is very important at this critical point in time.

We are not oblivious of the fact that African continent has been marred by injustice and corruption. The black race have reduced  herself to the barest minimum that the foreign nations have continued to use her as a guinea pig in their various nauseating experiments.

From the foregoing, I cannot help but ask, Why is it difficult for Africans to stand up for injustice meted against her by colonial masters? Since decades and centuries gone by, since the colonial masters evaded African continent and destabilized her culture and way of life, nothing has seemed to be working for the better. It is heart-wrenching to know that whenever an African rises up to attend to the issues that have subdued Africa as a slave continent to the world, they will be subdued by the foreign powers in the name of neo-colonialism just as is the fate of Nnamdi Kanu in Nigeria and many other political leaders that have desired to make Africa stand on it's own without depending on western world for her development.

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They go by the name ECOWAS Community Court Of Justice, yet the masses can't find the justice in their name. If one were to browse through their website, you will never find any information regarding the 18th May, 2017 court case as filed by the leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu against the Nigerian government.

Then we ask, ECJ where is your integrity or is this a sign of conspiracy to silence the quest for freedom of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu which is a step to free the entire African continent from colonial subjugation?

It is high time the masses stood up to say no to tyranny and acts of conspiracy by the power brokers in Africa against her populace. We all should speak up now because injustice against one is injustice against all. Today, it is Nnamdi and the Nigerian governmen. Tomorrow?... it may be you and your own government.


As 18th May, 2017 is apparently at the corner, we, the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu remain steadfast and undeterred as we are ready to match to the ECOWAS court to still show our unwavering support until he restores Biafra for the children of the Most High, Chukwu Okike Abiama.

Conversely, it is an ample opportunity for ECOWAS to show that they are out for justice and to disseminate justice for all under the ECOWAS community by standing on a neutral ground to speak nothing but justice in her chambers.


We, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), hereby use this opportunity to warn anyone especially from Biafran extraction that is dipping a ghost hand in the case of Biafra in Nigeria to desist from such evil act because the nemesis that will befall you shall be second to none in the history of creation. The quest for Biafra restoration is not pioneered by ordinary human power and knowledge as Biafra is here to stay.

The resoluteness of IPOB shall continually be a mark of example in the world as we have stamped our feet deep on the sands of the earth. Therefore, ECOWAS should ensure there is a great display of their core values of which one of it is integrity. Lest, its name be trampled upon. It shall never be erased in the history of humanity should there be perversion of justice in this very case between Nnamdi Kanu and the Federal Government Of Nigeria as what will follow is highly unpredictable.

By Ejike Ofoegbu 
Edited By Uche Nwosu 
Published By Nwosu C.S 
For Biafra Writers 

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