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Monday, 30 March 2020

BREAKING: IPOB Set Action Plan to combat COVID-19 Virus















March 30, 2020 | The Biafra Times

Flowing from its earlier directive on the present health menace the COVID-19, and cognizant of its primary responsibility to the Biafran people, the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra, wish to announce certain contingency plans to be implemented in Biafraland to confront this world wide health challenge, provide proper direction to our people and put mechanisms in place to alleviate as much as is practicable the hardships resulting from this COVID-19 pandemic health challenge. As announced by Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra during his broadcast of 26th March, IPOB will work towards ensuring that the most vulnerable amongst us in Biafraland receive necessary health and social assistance and support. To this end, Hospitals and or Clinics will be designated, prepared and equipped with very essential medical supplies and equipment for effective combating of COViD-19 cases that may arise.

Available statistics show that the most vulnerable and at risk are the aged, these are our parents, uncles, aunties and grandparents and most especially those amongst them with any underlying health condition. It is our intention to stave off the occurrence of an unmanageable explosion of this pandemic in our land. To this effect the Directorate do advise that all non-essential travels should be cancelled. What we witness the world over as it pertains to the COVID-19 virus is very troubling and distressing. It is imperative therefore that strict and diligent adherence to medical advice by and from appropriate health personnel, authority and institutions are adhered to. Personal hygiene and social distancing must form part of our daily usage and habit at this very crucial and trying period.

Read Also: COVID-19: IPOB to equip hospitals in Biafraland, Edo State, wills donation of ₦50 million

The leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra will put the following measures in place which on the one hand will afford Biafrans some measure of opportunity for proper medical tests and control of the COVID-19 virus while on the other hand will provide some basic necessity such as food to our people.

1. Each of the states in Biafraland plus Edo state shall have one or two designated hospitals equipped with the necessary COVID-19 testing kits, sanitizers, medical personnel gear and respiratory equipment. These hospitals shall of course work in very close cooperation with IPOB representatives.

2. IPOB Structure at the Unit level shall be mobilized to play a very important role to enable us fulfill our social obligation and responsibility to the Biafran people. Food centers will be set up in all IPOB units across Biafraland.

3. A committee of Religious leaders shall be constituted to ensure that available funds are properly utilized for the purposes of combating the COVID-19 scourge in Biafraland. Biafraland National Coordinator shall be provided with names of Religious leaders to contact on this.

4. Placards and flyers shall be produced for purposes of information and advice on proper hygienic and social behavior.

Signed

Mazi Chika Edoziem

Head of Directorate of state of the

Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB)


The Biafra Times
Publisher: Chijindu Benjamin Ukah
Contact us: [email protected]

Friday, 27 March 2020

COVID-19: IPOB to equip hospitals in Biafraland, Edo State, wills donation of ₦50 million



COVID-19: IPOB to equip hospitals in Biafraland, Edo State, wills donation of ₦50 million

• We shall supply food to every hamlet in Biafraland - Nnamdi Kanu

• As IPOB shelves hostility, fuses with State governors to fight COVID-19, reaches out to Innoson Group of Companies.

Chikwas Onu Ikpe | The Biafra Times

March 27, 2020

Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, addressed Biafrans amid the unfolding pandemic, coronavirus (COVID-19). It was the second time he had made a public address in the wake of the novel, disease outbreak.

In an emergency broadcast via Radio Biafra Thursday, Kanu beamed a 'precautionary' light on the evolving cataclysm following the global health crisis. He stated that the simplest, cheapest application to being healthy, uninfected of the COVID-19 disease, is to heed the preventive measures as prescribed by the World Health Organisation (WHO); in the lieu of combating the virus at the mercies of dilapidated, rickety health facilities and inept medical personnels, in that case, in Nigeria.

He expressed worries for Africa; primarily the people of Biafra. Kanu said, "The best thing to do is to take precautions, following every medical directive from the WHO, to avoid contracting this deadly infection as we do not have hospitals that can sustain the pressure that would come as a result of this very outbreak. Advanced countries like United Kingdom recorded 477 persons dead, still counting; including a 21-year old girl with no previous history of any medical condition. What would happen in places like Ajegunle, Aba, or Onitsha, should the virus escalates?"

"Latest scientific research defines the mode of contracting this very virus, through the nose, mouth, even through our bare hands. So, it is very important we stop traveling; enforce self-confinement. I know in terms of livelihood, in Nigeria, most people get their daily bread as they move or travel to their business places. We shall do something about that. But for now, halt every nonessential travels. Stop going to the markets; abide by the restrictions given to you.

Proffering remedial solutions in the face of the life-threatening menace, the IPOB leader willed ₦50 million, relief materials; said there will be food items made available to average citizens in Biafraland, that is, Old Eastern Nigeria; not excluding an upgrade of health care facilities.

"The Nigeria that some of you belong is an abject failure; there is no social welfare. Every civilised country in the world is feeding their people. Some of you may have heard the stimulus package announced in USA, UK, everywhere around the world; even today Japan also announced one. These are benefits of having an advanced economy. You can now see why we want Biafra. In Biafra, we would have had all these contingencies built into the fabric of society itself.

"I am directing IPOB family units in every hamlet, every street in Biafraland to be prepared. We shall open food, soup kitchens for our people. There are those that go out to sell their commodities before they could make income, put food on their table. If people are going to be confined at home, then we must make sure they do not die of starvation. We will do the best we can by the special grace of God in heaven.

Kanu added, "As IPOB, we are going to make sure that one hospital, to start with, is designated in every State capital of Biafraland; inclusive of Edo State, to be equipped with specialists. Every State should nominate one hospital that IPOB shall oversee its affairs, I am making sure every necessary medical equipment is provided to take care of those who are ill. There is a challenge of flying some equipments down home. USA is running short of ventilators; so is UK, and Spain. However, I understand Innoson Motors [Innocent Chukwuma] said they can build ventilators. Then we will speak to him about it, and see how much he would charge for that.

"Towards this pandemic, I am announcing a contingency fund of ₦50 million from IPOB that will go into making sure we have some hospitals ready. This is an 'initial' pledge from IPOB. We budgeted ₦300 million as we understand most of the nurses and doctors that will serve in that regards may not be paid. The Presidency is nowhere to be found; Abba Kyari has 'run away' with (Buhari) Jubril, the president. The Senate and House of Representatives have disappeared. So, there is nobody."

The IPOB leader leader indicated that there must be a unification of purpose in order to achieve the conceived projects. He therefore said that the precarious situation bids everyone, including the State governors, to bury the hatchet.

"This is not the time for fury nor for rhetorics. This is the time to jettison and abandon any kind of misunderstanding, or disagreement. We must come together as a people to fight towards defeating this virus. Once we defeat the virus, then we go back to doing what we do. But right now, there is need for the coming together of our people; however, from all walks of life, so that the Biafran race could emerge from this very scourge or else disaster awaits.

"We need to translate all those things we say all the time about 'love your neighbour'. We must now prove it. We may even have to feed those who are not IPOB in the process, but that is something we need to do.

"In the spirit of this newly found togetherness, I appeal to the governors to pay workers their salaries; even if it means paying from your security vault. I also appeal to private companies to pay workers as well, so that people will have what to feed their families. Those in-charge of electricity should at least ensure there is a semblance of constancy in terms of power supply; so that people could preserve their perishable food items.

Kanu concluded that, "The IPOB Head of Directorate of States, Chika Edoziem, will outline details and mode of operation regarding the all-important project, in our next broadcast come Saturday."

Thursday, 26 March 2020

Men in military uniform invaded our village, beheaded my mother, nine others –Ebonyi man














March 26, 2020 | The Biafra Times


An employee of the Ebonyi State Ministry of Information, Eugene Ibenyi, in this interview with EDWARD NNACHI, shares his experience about the beheading of his mother, Mrs Elizabeth Ibenyi, when some gunmen invaded Umuogodoakpu-Ngbo community in the Ohaukwu Local Government Area of the state

You lost your mother when gunmen in military uniform attacked your village. How did it happen?

Around 11.15am on Tuesday, March 10, 2020, I received what sounded like an emergency call from the village that many had lost their lives.  So, I went home and I saw a lot of destruction. Men and women were killed and beheaded; houses and other valuables were burnt to ashes and people were wailing.  I didn’t know my mother was involved. Nobody told me anything but I was taken to a place where my mother beheaded body was. I was devastated.

How many were killed excluding your mother?

Nine other persons were also killed.  I counted the corpses and there were nine of them. Now, as we speak, the death toll has risen to 10, as Mr Titus Ugadu, who sustained machete cuts during the attack, is dead.

Was it as a result of a fight between the people of Umuogodoakpu-Ngbo community, Ebonyi State and the people of Agila community, Benue State or was it a one-sided attack?   

I want to tell you without hesitation that it was an unprovoked attack by the Agila people, who are avowed enemies of Ngbo people. This is because as of the time they attacked my community, there was nothing that could be said was the offence of my people, nothing. Nobody could point at a particular thing. It was a one-sided attack from them, which was why they killed so many persons in our community. My people were caught unawares. They were relaxed in their homes, not in their farmlands. They swooped on them, killed as many as nine, burnt down houses and other valuable property and barns. They burnt down my own house, too. At that point, everybody could have been running for their lives and nobody could give account of how they killed my mother. She was killed about 150 metres away from the boundary, where they caught, killed and beheaded her.

How old was your mother?

My mother should be around 73 or 74 years of age.

When and what time of the day or night did the attackers invade your community?

Like I said, they were not only armed, they were also adorned in military uniforms. Those who saw them described them as 10 young military men. But I’m sure it is the Agila people that unleashed this mayhem on our people. This is because the hallmark of their earlier attacks is to kill and behead their victims.

How many people did your family lose in the incident?

I lost my mother and unfortunately, before now, I lost my younger brother, in similar incident. That was four years ago. People have been saying why not leave the place and relocate your loved ones to another place. But the answer is to where? The truth of the matter is that our people are suffering because of the general belief that peace is returning.

Can you describe the personality of those who were killed?

My mother was the engine room of my family. My mother was a peacemaker. This was somebody, who though lost her son to attack previously, would say if she saw an Agila person running into trouble here, she would defend such an individual. She was a peacemaker, she was always organising and making sure everything worked well for the family.

For the others, one of the men they killed was a widower, who lost his wife some years back. He had a blind sister he was taking care of and this blind sister was like a second wife to him. These people dragged the blind sister out and killed her and later killed the man himself. In another compound, they killed a man, killed his two wives and killed someone who had come to visit him.

It’s widely reported that your people have had protracted inter-communal clashes with Ngbo people over land dispute. What do you think makes this attack on your community different from others in the past?

First of all, before I get to what makes this very attack different from previous ones, it is a very wrong notion to say that Ngbo people have been having land dispute with the Agila people. It is the Agila people who have been coming always to fight us. When they say their people (that’s Agila people) have been attacked, have they shown evidence as we (Ngbo people) are showing now? When you say people attack you and you are not showing any evidence, it means you are not truthful. We can show evidence of decapitated bodies, destruction of property and other valuables. This is not just the first or the second time. So, there has never been a time the Ngbo people were on the offensive against them and that’s the truth and that’s why they attack us every now and then and each time, they do, they would, in turn go to the social media and alleged that our people attacked them.  Like the one that happened at Ukwuagba community in Ebonyi, from the same Agila people, we showed pictures and stories. They are just calling a dog a bad name in order to hang it.

What we used to know was that before   mobile policemen or military men would come to secure the people living within the boundary area, the traditional rulers would know; the councillor would know; the youth leader would know, and even the coordinator of the area would be aware.  Information would trickle down from the state government to the grassroots and people would be made to know what’s happening and the security agents would be welcomed   because they have come to protect lives.

Now few days to this very attack, men suspected to be military men came in their trucks and went back. They did this thrice and each time they came, we would hear the Agila people would come. It was not clear who these men in military uniforms were and channels of communication were broken and this caused panic in the area. Not really knowing whether these men were real soldiers or Agila people in military uniforms, so the people of Ngbo were panicking  and at a point they relaxed, these men came and started killing and beheading the people.

There have been this insinuations that both state governments were politicising the crisis, instead of coming up with measures to address it once and for all. What do you think?

My brother, it is only God that knows what is hidden. We have heard of the efforts of both states governments being announced on the radio and on the pages of newspapers. I do know that there have been attempts, through reconciliation committees and negotiations either by the Ebonyi State Government or jointly by both state governments. When a tragedy of this magnitude had not erupted, we took that to be satisfactory and I think it was working. But you know issue on matter of live and death like this is always a serious matter. To answer your question, I am not in a better position to say they are politicising it; if they are doing that, only God knows.

 There is this widely held view that the military allegedly aided the Agila warlords in this latest attack on Umuogodoakpu-Ngbo community. What do you think?

I cannot tell you specifically that those who attacked my village were aided by the military or not. But in communication, there is what is called body language. Even if they didn’t aid them, I’m not satisfied with the way the whole thing was managed by the military. Like I said, if you visit a place maybe to protect the people there, you look for the traditional ruler, the councillor, the youth leader, or representatives of the people there and state why you are in their place; not just moving on the road to and fro, fully armed and people would be afraid even to ask you questions.

And as an offshoot of that, people begin to live in fear. Then suddenly, the same set of people or another set of people in same military uniform, would emerge from nowhere and start killing people. It’s mixed up. This is very difficult to differentiate and segregate. So, I cannot be in a position to tell you that they are aiding or abetting it.

If you were mandated to proffer solution to the crisis between these two communities, what do you think can be done to address it?

The best and fastest thing that could be done and peace would finally return is for the government to muster that political will to demarcate the boundary there. We have heard stories of the National Boundary Commission, but we have not seen the practicality.

The best thing is to demarcate the place and put a military zone in-between to repel a possible attack from each side. If you have a buffer and it is not occupied by anybody, they will still attack themselves. There should be a fortified military base there. On the government side, they should make the people to earn their trust and confidence again. With this, peace can return.

Has peace returned to your community after the attack?

There is no peace. You can imagine a place where nine persons were killed. You can imagine the state of mind of the people there. I don’t think there is perfect peace there. What I can tell you that is existing there is fear, fear and fear and that is why people are calling on the government to help address the issue.


Source: punchng

Tuesday, 17 March 2020

Nigeria, the Giant that Kills Dreams


March 17, 2020

By Nelson Ofokar Yagazie | Biafra Writers

Awed by the level of sacrifices Biafrans make in their quest for freedom, a One-Nigerianist confessed that thousands of IPOB members have been killed by the Nigerian state and many more incarcerated, yet the demand for freedom has by no means been extinguished, adding that the agitation seems to be gathering more momentum instead. Done with his confession, the middle-aged one-Nigeria apologist turned toward me and asked, “Why are you folks so stubborn? What’s the driving force?”

I lowered my glass of beer on the table and beaming a smile at him, said, “Our struggle is aimed at giving the religious man freedom of worship; the politician the chance to aspire and reach any height he might wish; the scientist an enabling ground to explore and innovate; the farmer a secured farmland devoid of Fulani invasion; the judiciary an independent legal system free from executive interference; the academician a conducive environment to brainstorm, infer and educate; the business man a viable market devoid of persecuting policies and grabbing of cargoes by Yoruba and Hausa/Fulani envious and greedy criminal custom officers; the press the right to investigate and express without fear of molestation or persecution; the transporter a good road network devoid of Hausa/Fulani extortion units nicknamed checkpoints; the female the chance to get pass Angel Merkel and Theresa May; the young a hope; and the unborn a future.”

I lifted my glass again and widened my smile. “Nigeria doesn’t offer you any of these, does it? Nigeria is opposite of them all, you know. As a matter of fact, Nigeria kills dreams.”

The Nigerian system persecutes Christians, allowing Islamic Jihadists to behead you for holding a religious view different from what they judge best. Think of all the Islamic killings in the country. Think of the Redeemed Christian Church woman that was beheaded on the street of Abuja. Even the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osibanjo, who is a pastor at Redeemed Christian Church and a lawyer by profession, couldn’t do a thing about it. He couldn’t bring the killers to justice. He couldn’t even utter a word. The killers went scot free. Reason? The country belongs to them. Nigeria is an Islamic state … duly registered with Organization of Islamic Countries, OIC.

One can also reference Lee Sharibu. Taken hostage along with other school children in Dapuchi in the APC-Boko Haram make-belief abduction. After pulling the media stunt as planned, the cabals running Nigeria ensured the release of all the victims who are Muslims, leaving behind Lee Sharibu, the only Christian among them. Lee is still being held captive till this day but Nigerian leaders look the other way. Even the media seem to have forgotten her. She is a Christian while the country is an Islamic state.

Currently, Nigerian Universities are on strike due to non-payment of academic staff salaries. Meanwhile, the Nigerian state is allocating hundred Billion naira to Miyetti Allah – parent body of murderous Fulani Herdsmen – a terrorist outfit rated fourth most deadly in the world. Even, funds are mapped out for importation of grass from Brazil to feed the cattle, meanwhile Nigerian universities lack the basic study facilities. The laboratories are poorly equipped, to the effect that sometimes you’ll find up to thirty students clustering around a single microscope which may not even be functioning well. The hostels are eyesore, and the classrooms a reminder of Idris Abubakar’s 2004 hit track “Nigeria Jaga-jaga.” That tells volumes of how Nigeria values education. The Nigerian state actually rates cattle rearing far above education. Academic pursuit in Nigeria is thus dying a natural death.

All around the country, Biafran business men suffer extortion from Nigerian customs that seize cargos and goods for no just cause, turning around to auction the goods and go home with the money. When they are not seizing the goods, they are making the cost of clearing from the Wharf hit the ceiling. On the roads, the police extort passengers, seizing goods from retailers and even consumers. That you have receipts and other legal documents intact means nothing to them.

In our villages, our farmlands are destroyed by cattle and our farmers raped and killed. Money and energy invested in crop productions are lost and lives are no longer guaranteed. Not all who set out for farming in the morning hours return alive. Those who are lucky to, either returned raped or severely injured. All thanks to Fulani Herdsmen and a government that look the other way.

The pressmen are dictated to, and those who dare to keep to the ethics of their profession are hounded and persecuted. Journalism thus becomes a shadow of itself, ass-licking the government and dishing out lies to the suffering public.

Nigerian leaders believe that their women belong to the kitchen and the bedroom as infamously and shamefully declared by Nigerian number one man, President Muhammadu Buhari, in Germany. By that, they are merely seen and treated as chefs and sex objects. In the contrary however, Biafrans see their women as great achievers, with the capacity to hit the sky. That being the case, Biafra offers her women the chance to aspire and achieve.

Our roads are deathtrap. Travelers in the Eastern part of Nigeria have a higher propensity to auto crash than a safe journey. Accessing the roads, one understands why folks often go on fasting and prayers when embarking on even a kilometer journey. It’s easier to die than to return alive. Meanwhile Nigeria is an oil producing country where bitumen (major material in road construction) is a by-product. On top of that, Police, and even army officers of Hausa/Fulani extraction majorly, are strategically poisoned in every two hundred meters to extort money from commuters. Those who fail to comply are shutdown instantly.

That’s some of the mess Biafrans are into in the failed British experiment called Nigeria. We are already damaged by it, but to save the future generation from the mess which grows even worse daily, we have undertaken to free Biafra from the grasp of Nigeria, offering to die in the process if need be.  Nigeria is a giant dream killer. Those holding on to it really do not know the damage they are doing the unborn.

Edited by: Nelson Oforka Yagazie 
Published by: Akubumma Princewill

LAGOS EXPLOSION: An Act of Terror Attack, Government Complicity or Negligence?



LAGOS EXPLOSION: An Act of Terror Attack, Government Complicity or Negligence?

March 17, 2020 | The Biafra Times

The magnitude and impact of yesterday's explosion in Abule Ado area of Amuwo Odofin Local Council Development Area (LCDA) can only be compared to the Lagos State bomb blast of 2002.

The IPOB Lagos State Media Team, (Spot-on Media), visited the tragic scene today, 16th day of March, 2020 to have a first hand information of what truly transpired.

From this scene of inferno, we can categorically confirm that the height of destruction of lives and properties can not, by any imagination, be accurately quantified.


Right in our presence, 24 hours after the explosion, corpses and human body parts were still being exhumed from the rubbles, and taken away in ambulances. From what we were seeing here today, there is no possibility of getting the accurate number of casualties in this very disheartening scene, because the response from the Government in this critical time is as negligible as it is questionable, to say the least.

From the information gathered, over 50 bodies have been recovered from the scene, while hundreds of survivors are spread across different hospitals. There is certainty that the Death toll could be higher as rescue operations continue to exhume corpses every hour.


The worst hit from the explosion are Schools and Churches within the vicinity.
In Bethlehem High School, Abule Ado, over 100 students were victims of the fire and collapsed buildings.
The Principal Rev. Sister Henrietta Alokha died alongside several students as she tried to rescue her trapped students.
There are families that lost their lives because their homes collapsed.

The impact was more around the Churches and Schools in the location.
So many houses were completely shattered, roof tops blown away. The destruction was extended to the Tradefair complex where several complexes were damaged, iron doors of many shops were removed, and forced open by the impact of the explosion.


It is a fact that each time there is an emergency in Nigeria, the Government is either too slow to respond, or they are not found in the scene at all.

Moving around the area which has presently been cordoned off by the security operatives after 24 hours, one begins to ask, where were these Security men when the disaster raged yesterday, and left only ordinary Nigerians without expertise and equipment to do the rescue work?

For the many hours that the resultant fire from the explosion raged, victims were left in the hands of men who used unorthodox means to rescue those who were trapped.
We appreciate their courage, boldness and timely service, which, to a large extent, reduced what would have been a more calamitous scenario.


If not for this team of Voluntary workers, the casualties at the Bethlehem Catholic Boarding School, would have been multiplied.

Where was the Nigeria Emergency Management Agency, NEMA?
Where were the Government ambulances and medical practitioners, whose presence was needed at that crucial and critical hour?

Where was the Governor of the State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu?
He only came 24 hours after the incident, took pictures and flew to Abuja to present the evidential photos to his Boss, an allerged impostor at Aso Rock.

Where was the so called President in all of these?
He sat back in his office to write a short note of condolences to victims.

As I make this compilation, all the victims of the attack are battling in various hospitals on their personal efforts. The ones whose homes were destroyed have since relocated to friends or family members.
Those who lost their source of livelihood and properties will never be assisted by Government. It is their loss, that's how it is in Nigeria.
Everything in Nigeria works against the people especially when the majority of the people affected are Biafrans.

The question now is, "what truly caused this massive explosion that covered over 15 square kilometer distance, to kill People and destroy properties worth of billions of dollars?

The first-hand information obtained by the States Media Crew, while interviewing some people living around the area, established firmly that majority of them dismissed the news of Gas pipeline explosion as a mere infantile and hollow diversionary fabrication.
They are of the opinion that it was clearly a well planned and clinically executed Terror attack, targeted mainly at the Christians, almost all of whom are, Biafrans, considering that the area is dominated by Christian Biafrans.

A very insignificant number of people said that the explosion was basically caused by a gas explosion from a Gas cylinder leakage underground, which ignited NNPC pipeline and there was a combined explosion.
(This view lacks merit and coherence in all its ramifications).

Another account said the explosion occurred after a truck got stuck on a Gas pipeline of the NNPC, thereby igniting the underground pipeline, leading to the explosion that shook as far and wide as 15 square kilometers.
(This view is equally as fallacious as it is untenable).

From our findings, we of the Lagos IPOB media Crew can strongly establish that there was a sabotage in what happened here yesterday.


It must not be forgotten that a few days before what is now clearly a terror attack, Nigeria's Chief of Army Staff, Gen Tukur Burutai, began to inform the world of the impending attack in Lagos, by veiling the information under the cover of the fact that "BOKO HARAM IS NOW IN LAGOS".
We Biafrans understood this coded information, and told Lagos to get ready.
Unfortunately, earlier than expected, and in line with the characteristic dismissive approach of Nigerians to the warnings of IPOB, the people were caught unprepared.

It is unfortunate that we can not get the truth from the Government because they will never come up with any tangible report.
In Nigeria, we have seen hundreds of similar attacks by Boko Haram Terrorists, and NO TRUTH has ever emerged in all their reports.

We strongly demand an immediate disintegration of Nigeria, as that is the only solution that will end these incessant Terrorist attacks by  Boko Haram, Fulani Herdsmen, ISIS West Africa, and Al Queda in the Maghreb, all under the sponsorship of the Fulani Janjaweed government of Nigeria, under the supervision of the government of Britain.


Reporting
Mazi Emeka Oguduru
Mazi Chukwudi Okeke
Mazi Onyekachi Orji

Written by
Ngozichukwu Ada-Dav

Edited by
Okwunna Okongwu

For: IPOB States Media, Lagos


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Publisher: Charles Opanwa

Sunday, 15 March 2020

Eastern Governors Put Aside Regional Security to Avert Ridicule



March 15, 2020

By Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu | Biafra Writers

Recently, the governor of Ebonyi state, Dave Umahi, stated clearly the outcome of the meeting the Southeast governors had over insecurity in the land. In his words Southeast is better secured than any other region. He made this claim while trying to convince the people that there is no need of establishing a regional security outfit like Amotekun in Southeast.

But if really there is security in the land, why then did the Southeast governors convene a meeting over insecurity in the first place?

The said governor went on to list some ghost names like Operation Kpochapu, Neighborhood Watch, Gate Keepers, Herdsmen Committee, and Forest guards, as security outfits already functioning in the land. But these names exist only in the pages of the newspapers. No one knows them, sees them, or knows the colour of their uniform.

It's hard to believe but it remains the truth that the only person that can establish a security outfit in the whole of Biafra land is the leader of the Biafran people, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. The governors have lost the authority to protect the people. They know this and wouldn't like to disgrace themselves by trying to establish one.

In Nigeria, the governors are known as Eastern rulers but in Biafra-land we have only one leader with the mandate to lead the people. There is no governor in the Eastern region that can give order and the people obey. They really lack the mandate to call the youths to gather and form a security body.

We have a man who has lost his parents and sister for the well-being of his people; a man who has been incarcerated and now in exile for seeking freedom for his people. That man we know and will forever be indebted to. Only that man has the mandate to form a security outfit in the whole of Biafra land. His name is Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra.

Edited by Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
Published by Akubumma Princewill

Friday, 28 February 2020

Nigeria: Biafran leader calls on International Criminal Court to take action against jihad killing of Christians














February 28, 2020 || The Biafra Times


“Leah Sharibu: Christians are being killed in Nigeria – Nnamdi Kanu cries out to ICC, International Communities,” by Fikayo Olowolagba, Daily Post, February 26, 2020:

Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has cried out over the killing of Christians in Nigeria.

Kanu called on the International Criminal Court, ICC, to take actions against the killing of Christians across Nigeria.

In a series of tweets, the IPOB leader stated that the abduction of Leah Sharibu by Boko Haram, insurgents and attacks on people of the Southeast were examples of killings against Christians.

The IPOB leader urged both ICC and the United States, US, State Department, and international communities to stop such atrocities.

He tweeted: “When will the world take action to stop violence against #Christians in Nigeria?

“The OTP of the @IntlCrimCourt’s preliminary examination of crimes against Christians in #Nigeria including #Biafrans must proceed to a formal investigation.

“The abduction of Leah Sharibu is an example of the countless acts of violence that #Christians across #Nigeria, including #Biafrans, endure daily. @StateDept and the intl community must act to stop these atrocities!…

Source: Jihad Watch

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