BIAFRA: Our Default Homeland.

Welcome the Right Book at the Right Time BIAFRA: Our Default Homeland is a book expected to be vitally beneficial to all Nigerians from the North, the West and the East as well as many other non-Nigerians. It is, however, designed for persons who are comfortable with raw truth There is no homeland that centrally… Read More BIAFRA: Our Default Homeland.

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15 January 1966: NZEOGWU AND THE COUP

The first military coup happened in Nigeria on 15 January 1966, organized by some young officers of the Nigerian army led by Major Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu. The story has ever since been that Nzeogwu led a condemnable military coup that truncated democracy and cost human lives. No story is being told on why they struck,… Read More 15 January 1966: NZEOGWU AND THE COUP

Arewa North’s Confusing Signals: What Omen?

The Report: “OCT 1: ACF insists on quit notice to Igbos, as another group plans one-million-man match”   Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) said, on Thursday in Kano, that the so-called quit notice it issued for Igbos to leave northern Nigeria, by October 1st, has not been rescinded as has been speculated; Arewa Summit Development Initiative… Read More Arewa North’s Confusing Signals: What Omen?

Listen to MASSOB, Learn from History

This is not “hate speech”, this is VOICE OF REASON Refer to the following news report: #QUITNOTICE: Exodus imminent as MASSOB takes census, tells Ndigbo to return home This call by Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB  should be given very serious consideration in spite of the assurances following the quit… Read More Listen to MASSOB, Learn from History

IPOB Vs Ohaneze Ndigbo Youth Council

      Positive events are unfolding negatively in Nigeria. IPOB is the acronym for Indigenous People of Biafra campaigning for actualization of the sovereignty of the state of Biafra, along with MASSOB, the Movement for Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra. That’s not news at all. It is already a known fact and… Read More IPOB Vs Ohaneze Ndigbo Youth Council