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The Asaba Massacre And The Nigerian Question

By Charles Ogbu For the people of Asaba, Delta State, October 7, 1967 remains a day they will forever rue, for that was the day the Nigerian state executed one of the worst forms of savagery against them. As I sat listening to a number of survivors narrate their experience at Grand

IPOB speaks on 50th Commemoration of the Asaba Massacre

The purpose of this Press Release is to extend a hand of compatriot comfort to all Biafrans and friends of Biafra everywhere in the world still in grief over the Nigerian army genocide in Asaba 50 years ago. Today, IPOB says to all Biafrans: 'Ndonu'. And to each and every

Meet the First Nigerian Army Female Officer

Meet the First Nigerian Army Female Officer   Why she retired before Biafran war By SNM     Editor’s note: Mrs. Josephine Okwuekeleke Tolefe, the first female to attain the rank of an Army Captain in Nigeria. She became Second Lieutenant (on Commission) on February 07, 1961; Lieutenant on May 09, 1961; Captain on

Presidency insist IPOB remains Terrorist Group

By Joan Ejembi Despite the wide condemnation trailing its proscription of   the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), the Federal Government (FG) has re-affirmed its stance. Special Adviser to the President on Prosecution, Okoi Obono-Obla,  said  that  the  FG is cowed  by the recognition accorded it by the United States of America and