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We’re unstoppable, Biafra struggle beyond brandishing flags –IPOB



Following the presumed failure of the Anambra State election boycott by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), the failure of UPP, the victory of Governor Willie Obiano, who had been lampooned to no end by IPOB, not a few persons are of the opinion that the separatist group has been finally shut down.

A few others also believe that the group is intentionally maintaining a low profile while others are convinced that it has severely been degraded, following the last onslaught of Nigeria’s security forces on the group.

But the IPOB, in its usual manner, has dismissed the insinuations as unfounded and largely fallacious. In a chat with our correspondent, the IPOB spokesman, Comrade Emma Powerful said, “It baffles me that our people do not understand the IPOB strategies and the fact that it disturbs the Nigerian Government and her Fulani cabals.

Well I can tell you right away that the insinuations are not true my brother and people may think so because they do not know what we are doing and the stage the struggle is now.

“The struggle has been taken to a whole new level, it is no longer about coming out on the streets and making noise, the level now is all about contact and building international support and capacity.

You must also understand one thing that when Nigerian government labelled IPOB a terrorist organisation, America, UK, France and EU responded immediately to the contrary. You should ask yourself why?”

Powerful further said: “We are coming back in a big way, even you will be stunned by what is coming. You are a journalist, you know what is real and what is unreal real.

“The stage of carrying Biafran flag is over until we have date for Biafra referendum.

We are not stopping the quest for the restoration of Biafra and like we said in the past, no man born of a woman can stop our march to Biafra independence. So much is already happening but they cannot see because we are not using arms.

If we were involved in an armed struggle, I would tell you right away that tomorrow or next week that we are going to conquer somewhere but it is not so because our agitation is non-violent.”

The IPOB spokesman however said that those who think that the Biafran struggle or IPOB is no more are making the mistake of their life, adding that soon they will be shaken back to reality. He boasted that the referendum date for Biafra independence is underway and cannot be aborted or stopped by any force of arm.

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  1. Godwin Onyekwe

    January 21, 2018 at 7:36 pm

    One biafra i stand

  2. daddydon2k

    December 4, 2017 at 4:13 pm

    You are still rambling on without making any sense…

  3. Susan Mitchell

    December 4, 2017 at 2:48 pm

    Idiot, who else would I be referring to as “guys” if not Hausa Fulani and Yoruba the unity beggars. We the youths of SE have proven to the world that we can not be toyed with by our elders. Children are the leaders of tomorrow, therefore the elders can not decide our tomorrow for us. We are not illiterate like you guys that do what ever your elders ask you to do without asking questions. Only an idiot still believe in one Nigeria at this stage.

  4. daddydon2k

    December 4, 2017 at 2:04 pm

    It is indeed so sad for them…….

  5. daddydon2k

    December 4, 2017 at 2:03 pm

    You seem utterly confused and deranged, just rambling on without making any sense. At this point no one even knows what you’r babbling about. Who are “you guys” and who are “us”? Imagine someone like you that cannot coherently make a point calling some ppl “illiterates and fools” when it is obvious, at least from what you wrote here, that you are the illiterate and fool…..come back when you get out of your drunken stupor…

  6. Paschal Charles

    December 4, 2017 at 11:37 am


  7. Paschal Charles

    December 4, 2017 at 11:34 am


  8. Susan Mitchell

    December 4, 2017 at 10:54 am

    The British knew already that you guys are bunch of illiterate and fools, so they forced you guys on us. Unfortunately, the world is now a civilized place where you don’t force people to live together. Its even in the UN charter for self determination. When they ask you people to go to school you will refuse and put bomb in the school. Now you guys don’t understand that self determination is a fundamental right of everybody. Your elders are deceiving you people because of the money they are still sharing in Abuja.

  9. Prince-Victor Ogunnubi-Adekeyo

    December 4, 2017 at 5:31 am

    Progressive, civilized Africans should be more about those small tribes in nations diffusing into a large nation to make for advancement and peace rather than resorting to demands like kids. Even sensible kids know when enough is enough, like how the renegade Nnamdi Kanu bolted to be seen no more. Only if some of these people making noise really know what it took to build Nigeria, they’ll know to let sleeping dogs lie. It’s right for all Igbo minds to become sober towards re-integration into the mainstream Nigeria as steps for United Africa that legendary Kwame Nkrumah of blessed lived for. While failing to focus on emancipation in Africa, we’re losing grounds to China that is fast colonizing with interest-free loans on one side, interest-free loans from the Arab-world on the Jihad trail busy roasting Africans making mince-meats of our people. A word is enough for the wise.

  10. daddydon2k

    December 4, 2017 at 12:30 am

    And if i may ask you a question on the example you mentioned…can you tell us how many of those new countries are economically viable now, apart from Russia?

  11. daddydon2k

    December 4, 2017 at 12:27 am

    Like i said, keep dreaming !!!

  12. Susan Mitchell

    December 3, 2017 at 6:24 pm

    Nothing stay for ever. Not even the dream u mentioned. Best u can do is to start preparing to live independently because Nigeria is going to break just like the USSR.

  13. daddydon2k

    December 3, 2017 at 4:53 pm

    Wo, i can’t stop you from dreaming my friend, sorry for interrupting, please go back to sleep and keep dreaming….all the best…

  14. Martin Nwosu

    December 3, 2017 at 4:13 pm

    Who are yeye children we can’t live together with a killer like you in Nigeria. Whether you like it or not Biafra must freed

  15. Martin Nwosu

    December 3, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    Sorry my brother I misunderstood you

  16. Martin Nwosu

    December 3, 2017 at 4:10 pm

    get away idiot one Nigeria my foot

  17. Godwin Onyekwe

    December 3, 2017 at 2:43 pm

    And i still pity those yeye nigeria childish men that are still thinking for one nigeria because their are failures in and out of any corner for them

  18. Godwin Onyekwe

    December 3, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    All i know is that biafra as a nation can do the best to restore her/his people from runing to outside africa to get jobs.

  19. daddydon2k

    December 3, 2017 at 2:18 pm

    Lol….yeye children…

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Buhari must order the arrest of Ango Abdullahi over his Fulani herdsmen comment – Deji Adeyanju



A pro-democracy and good governance group, Concerned Nigerians, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to order the immediate arrest of Professor Ango Abdullahi, a former vice-chancellor, over his recent comment on herdsmen that sparked outrage and drew condemnation, especially from the Southern leaders.

In an exclusive interview with Sunday Vanguard last week, Prof. Abdullahi had said that the kidnap of a former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, Chief Olu Falae, was nothing extraordinary, even as he accused Southern leaders of a covert plot to split the unity of the north.

Adeyanju However, in a statement issued by its Convener, Deji Adeyanju on Tuesday, the group said it was surprised and disappointed in what it described as Professor Abdullahi’s brazen justification of the wanton killings of innocent Nigerians by herdsmen.

It said the Department of states Services, DSS, should invite the professor for questioning, maintaining that Abdullahi’s statement was hate speech capable of shattering the unity of the country.

According to the statement, “We have read Prof Ango Abdullahi’s alarming interview with the Vanguard Newspaper and are appalled that someone of his age, stature, education and professional qualification would provide brazen justification for the wanton and senseless murders of thousands of Nigerians by herdsmen.

“In his interview, Prof Abdullahi likened the killings of Nigerians by Fulani Herdsmen to a politically motivated ruse by “… the South…” to destroy the political unity of the North. He also made several other comments that are too incendiary to repeat here. “It is distressing that there are people who continue to politicise these senseless killings and who continually provide justification, and nuance, for them.

“It is also distressing that the political elite in the parts of the country continue to refer to colonial era grazing routes that involved the forceful acquisition and ceding of the ancestral homes and lands of the Nigerians in parts of the country, to cattle herders for use as grazing routes and continue to use such colonial-era machinations as justification for the disregard and disrespect for the constitution and laws of an independent Federal Republic of Nigeria and the human rights of her citizens.

“Shielding this brazen disregard for the property rights of whole peoples in intellectual garb is dangerous and provides a distressing setting for continued killings.

“In fact, Prof Abdullahi’s condemnable comments indicate more than just a passing knowledge of the killings, its organizers and what their objectives are. They indeed indicate a deep-rooted knowledge of these unfortunate events.

“We call on the Directorate of State Security (DSS) to invite Prof Abdullahi to reveal the extent of his knowledge behind the rationale for the killings. This is in keeping with similar invitations extended to others by the DSS to explain comments perceived by the DSS to be hate speech. “You will recall that the DSS even invited the spokesperson to a former military ruler, Ibrahim Babangida, for issuing a statement on behalf of his boss. “

Anything less will prove the fear expressed by many people across the country that there is institutional support for herdsmen to be true,” the statement concluded.

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Sanusi, Miyetti Allah laud Fayose over anti-grazing law



The Emir of Kano, Alhaji Mohammed Sanusi 11 and the National President of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), Alhaji Muhammadu Kiruwa, have commended the Ekiti State Governor, Chief Ayodele Fayose for enacting anti-open grazing law in the state. They said the law would cater for the well-being of parties involved, especially the herders, farmers and host communities among others.

They spoke in Ado-Ekiti yesterday during a stakeholders’ meeting held at the Government House in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital. The Emir, who is a patron of the MACBAN, was represented by a former Kano State governor and Sarduana of Kano Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau. Sanusi, who spoke through Shekarau frowned at a situation whereby some criminal elements would hide under grazing of herd to perpetrate crimes.

He said: “My mission is not politics and it is about peace and peaceful coexistence of our nation. I am standing in here for the Emir and I am the Sarduana of Kano. The Emir mandated me to come over here with the leadership of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association and find out how we can work amicably.” But Fayose said “I also appreciate and commend our leader, Emir of Kano, and the Sultan of Sokoto.

They are life savers. I want all of you, irrespective of tribe to trust us as leaders. “Part of the problem of Nigeria is lack of trust as a result of misinformation and distrust and sometimes politics we have been divided against one another. Let me tell you today when governors of any party see each other, we hug and drink together. Whenever Buhari and I see, we will remain friends, don’t die for politicians.

“If you have correct money, you will not be cattle herder. You would prefer living abroad. It is out of fate and condition of your families that makes you this. To be a farmer is not easy, it involves a lot of hard labour. You have to be wise people and remember that you can do better than carrying arms. Any person or politician who has fear of God cannot carry arms to kill anyone.

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FCTA loses N3bn from outdoor advertising



The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) loses about N3billion annually, due to its inability to organize its outdoor advertising sector towards effective internally generated revenue.


These facts to the came when the Department of Outdoor Advertising and Signage (DOAS) toured some major shopping malls in the city centre.


Deputy Director of DOAS, Hassan Abubakar, who led the team that carried out the unscheduled tour, further displayed the frustration of his agency towards taking advantage in the vast opportunities presented in the industry to boost its IGR, when he lamented how residents were not complying in paying their taxes and other outdoor advertising fees.


Abubakar, unwittingly lamented that illegally mounted billboards and Signages in some strategy positions within the city, have continued to litter the highways and streets of the territory without any recourse to the regulations.


“Long range visibility is impaired with resultant accidents at major junctions due to sight blockcelebrating ages by billboards and outdoor advertisement posts.’


“Painfully, we found that the existing administrative structure charged with the duty of regulating these practices was weak and in some cases, there were multiple standards as well as conflicting administering agencies,” he said.


However, the Director said the administration was working to reverse the situation, with the setting up of a taskforce team to coordinate Outdoor advertising.


According to him, the mandate of the body was to provide a standard for the control and regulation of advertisement and signage practice in FCT by ensuring global best practice, improving internal revenue and stemming the observed chaos

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