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I Fear For Nnamdi Kanu’s Life

Monday, 20 November 2017 by
I Fear For Nnamdi Kanu’s Life We may not see Nnamdi Kanu alive any more. I hope that I am wrong for I think he has done great things for both Nigeria and Biafra. For Nigeria he is the instrument that is motivating Nigerians to rethink the type of governmental structure it has. Should the Handshake Across the Niger come to fruition it would be a result of Mr. Kanu’s bringing awareness to the Igbo and Yoruba (Ohaneze and Afenifere). For Biafra his assertiveness has made President Buhari listen to the Igbo problem (PMB has now visited Anambra, Ebonyi, and…

Canada Biafra Rally in Pictures

Monday, 02 October 2017 by
Canada Biafra Rally in Pictures- October 2nd 2017 Igbos in Toronto Canada Gathered in numbers to send strong message to Nigeria to Stop the Killings in Igbo Land. Nigeria: Stop the Killings in Igbo Land The Biafrans in Toronto Canada planned and executed a united Biafra protest today, October 2nd, 2017 to send a strong message to Nigerian government to stop the killing of Biafrans in the South Eastern Nigeria. This protest was well attended. The protest was planned in two stages. The first 2 hour protest was held in front of the Parliament building at Queens Park in the…
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Nnamdi Kanu, A case of Subversion of the Judiciary by Buhari’s Administration That President Muhammadu Buhari is undermining the Nigeria judiciary goes without saying. The most glaring example of this subversion is best illustrated by the administration’s handling of the case of Nnamdi Kanu. A case that should not have been has now brought a direct confrontation between Mr. Kanu and the Nigerian judiciary and by extension the nation. Mr. Kanu, a young British Nigerian, has made statements that were not music to the ears of PMB, and for the speeches which the constitution of Nigeria and United Nations Commission…
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  I am not a Biafran and neither am I igbo. I do however believe that it is the inalienable right of any human being or ethnic nationality to aspire to be free and to be able to determine their own destiny. The right of self-determination is enshrined in international law and it is guaranteed by every moral stricture known to man. It is a right that has been exercised successfully over and over again in world history and it has led to the creation of new nations which were carved out of older ones. The denial of that right…
This years Biafran War  remembrance day attracted a lot of emotions and interest within the Igbo community around the world most especially in Toronto Canada.  More and more rejoinders(read here) are being written to highlight and enlighten the members of the public about the Biafran Genocide of 1967. You can see the faces of the audience  indicative of the fact that  Biafran day remembrance should be more of a sober reflection than a celebration as being misunderstood but some people. Her are some of the pictures  See More Pictures Here
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Biafra has been getting traction at the world stage. The Indigenous People of Biafra was recently admitted to the Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC) General Assembly of the African Union (AU). This has been widely celebrated as a major accomplishment. Following this the Republic of Birafra was invited to the African Union meeting currently ongoing in Kenya. According to the Supreme Council of Indigenous People of Biafra backed up by Bilie Human Rights The republic of Birafra was invited like other countries. Disclosing this yesterday in Nnewi, Anambra State, the Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council of Indigenous People…
 Dear Onye Igbo, We are happy to note that the first question presented to Vice President Namadi Sambo when he had a Town Hall meeting with Nigerians in Canada on May 4, 2013, was posed by the Igbo Union of Canada and it was specifically on the National Conference issue. This was our question: Considering the fact that Boko Haram has rejected your Administration’s offer of Amnesty and has promised continued and more severe terrorist activities until a Sharia State is achieved in Nigeria, suggesting a possible religious civil war, the consequences of which we all can imagine, why is…
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