Further notes on people’s manifesto
In a previous article on this subject (February 21), I proposed that a Nigerian people’s manifesto at this particular critical time in our country’s history should have a double character.
Nigerian court orders separate trial for pro-Biafra leader
The treason trial of Biafran separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu resumed on Tuesday but the defendant again failed to turn up in court.
Octogenarian musician campaigns against senseless killings
An octogenarian music legend, Prof. Goddy Ezike, has joined the agitation for the creation of the sovereign state of Biafra. He titled his new album ‘Monkey Police,’ as his strategy for calling on the Federal Government to listen to Biafra agitators for the creation of the sovereign state of Biafra. He said the Biafran issue…
Police arrest two suspects for allegedly printing IPOB leaflets
To contain agitation, the police in Anambra State said two suspects were arrested for printing thousands of leaflets belonging to the proscribed indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB).
Nnamdi Kanu still 'missing' on eve of trial for treason
The leader of a pro-Biafran separatist group in Nigeria has apparently gone missing, prompting speculation as to his whereabouts on the eve of his trial on treason charges.
The basic opportunities of freedom
What marks a democratic nation from a dictatorship are the basic opportunities of freedom enjoyed by the individual in the former.
IPOB urges court to set aside its proscription
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), yesterday approached the Federal High Court, Abuja, seeking an order of the court, setting aside its ex-injunction dated September 20.
Group faults court declaration on IPOB
Access to Justice has faulted the federal high court’s declaration of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) as a terrorist group.