Category Archives: biafra

Over 30m Biafra agitators to go on street – Youth leader

By Chinonso Alozie, Owerri A community youth leader in Owerri Municipal Council of Imo state, Comrade Ifeanyichukwu Benwood, said Wednesday, that over 30 million pro-Biafra agitators will continue the demonstration. Benwood, dislosed this to Vanguard in Owerri, while reacting to the Operation python dance by the Nigeria military in the Southeast region. He did not […]

Biafra: Rep calls for dialogue

By Jeremiah Urowayino Member representing Warri Federal Constituency in the Federal House of Representatives Hon. Daniel Reyenieju, has called for dialogue in the country as the secessionist agenda continues to gain momentum in the South-Eastern part of the country. Reyenieju, in a chat with Vanguard yesterday expressed utter disgust over what he described as undue predatory […]

The cry for freedom

By Japhet Alakam One of the latest contributors to the debate about Biafra and the war is Okereke Paschal Cato with his new book, Biafra: My beloved country home. According to the Mbaise-born actor/writer who believes that the Biafran story has not been given adequate attention, “The story of Biafra is a painful one. It […]

Biafra: convene sovereign national confab now – BIM

BY UGOCHUKWU ALARIBE ABA – Biafra Independence Movement, BIM, has called on the federal government to urgently convene a sovereign national confab to give opportunity to component units in the country to determine their future. The group accused the federal government of using brute force to keep component units in the country together against their […]

The phenomenon of Biafra (8)

By Douglas Anele From the foregoing, it seems that at a time when the myth of Igbo coup in which some of the most illustrious sons of northern Nigeria were killed was sublimated in the minds of northerners as part of the plan for Igbo domination leading to deep resentment against Ndigbo and hysteria for […]

BIAFRA: The Army and IPOB

By Dr. Ugoji Egbujo Biafra was justice and freedom. But Biafra has become a tool for charlatans, a toy for dissipation of youthful exuberance. Biafra once evoked Igbo unity and enterprise. But Biafra has now been appropriated by jobless opportunists who exploit the frustrations of their poor brothers. Biafra was Igbo fellowship. But this their  […]