Biafra realisation non-negotiable, Uwazuruike insists
Leader of Biafra Independent Movement (BIM), Ralph Uwazuruike, has said that the struggle and realisation of Biafra is non-negotiable and will continue.
Between Biafra agitators, Ndigbo and May 30
The last time the South East and Ndi-Igbo in parts of the world witnessed a Biafra-ordered sit-at–home was on May 30, 2017.
Biafra cannot be actualised without Nigeria’s support, says Uwazuruike
Chief Ralph Uwazuruike founded the Movement for the Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) 18 years ago. About two years ago, he reformed the movement and christened it Biafra Independent Movement (BIM).
The dangerous pied piper in Igbo land
Kanu is funded by rich Igbo men who believe that their fate lies in his hands. He could do what Ojukwu could not do – and the Igbo would have their sweet revenge against the Nigerian state with a resurrected Biafra.
Biafra agitation: Worries over Military presence, crisis in Southeast
After the 2015 presidential election, which was won by President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Nnamdi Kanu, an estranged ally of Uwazuruike, formed the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
Of Igbos and the illusory Biafran dream
What Odumegwu-Ojukwu failed to achieve, a million Nnamdi Kanu cannot achieve. Nnamdi Kanu is on a futile trip. Of course, Nigeria cannot be allowed to continue on its shameful path where truth and justice are asunder.
Wobbly tripod and doctrine of ‘Trinity’
Kanu happened on the national and international limelight through a pirate radio Biafra which he used as a vehicle to promote the agitation to actualise the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) quest for independence.
MASSOB, IPOB stage rally to sensitise on sit-at-home order
The agitators marched through Okigwe, Wethdral, Douglas and adjoining roads in Owerri, urging people peacefully to observe the sit -at- home order, as a way to achieve a sovereign nation.