UNMIL Ready To Withdraw Troops From Liberia
Following the successful completion of the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Liberia, UNMIL, the peacekeeping mandate in the West African country will come to an end on March 30th, 2018 in line with the UN Security Council resolution 2333 of 2016. The exercise is the last of the UN Missions... Read more
A Simple Proven Way to End All Terrorism
  By David Leffler Shortly after the Paris terrorist attacks a full-page announcement in the International New York Times (formerly the International Herald Tribune) showcased a scientifically validated, nonviolent means of defense known in military circles as Invincible Defense Technology (IDT). Extensive scientific research indicates that this approach, if... Read more
Biafra’s Case Stronger Than South Sudan’s, Kosovo’s
By B​ruce Fein Biafra, dominated by the great Igbo race, enjoyed sovereignty before Great Britain commenced exploitive colonial rule over Nigeria under the racist banner of Rudyard Kipling’s “the White Man’ burden.” Britain asserted authority over Biafra based on the tyrannical doctrine that the strong do what they can... Read more
Amnesty International wades in following discovery of Mass grave of murdered pro-Biafra agitators near Aba f
A mass grave of murdered pro-Biafra agitators has been found near the commercial city of Aba, Abia State. Sequel to the gory find confirmed by the International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) the rights body announced that it dispatched a two-part letter to Nigeria’s Minister... Read more
IATA Welcomes New CO2 Emissions Standard for Aircraft
Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the decision by representatives at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to agree a CO2 efficiency Standard for commercial aircraft. The Standard, which has taken six years of painstaking negotiation and technical work, was approved by ICAO’s Committee on Aviation... Read more
Britain Will Not respect UN Body’s Verdict on Wiki Leaks Founder—-High Commissioner
Diana Okon-Effiong, Calabar The British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Paul Thomas Arkwright, has restated his home country’s resolve to honour a pact with Sweden to extradite Wiki Leaks founder, Mr Julian Assange.   The envoy stated this in Calabar in an interview with select journalists at the end... Read more
Biafra: Buhari charged with war crimes at the International Criminal Court
The pro-Biafran activist group led by the imprisoned Nnamdi Kanu has filed a complaint against Muhammadu Buhari in The Hague, accusing the Nigerian president of war crimes. Thousands of people in southeast Nigeria have demonstrated in recent months, demanding independence for Biafra. Kanu, the leader of one of the... Read more
A Scientific Means for Islamic Military Alliance to Collaborate and Deploy
By Dr. David Leffler The state-run Saudi Press Agency has announced that 34 nations are forming a new “Islamic military alliance” to fight terrorism. But will this new alliance really be able to prevent future terrorist attacks and create lasting peace? There is no statistically validated guarantee that the... Read more
Okonjo-Iweala, Gates, Mo Ibrahim, Bloomberg bag international honour for service to humanity, fight against poverty
Former Minister of Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala was one of the distinguished recipients honoured at an all-star event in New York on December 1 for services to humanity and the fight against poverty and HIV/AIDS. She received the award from two respected international advocacy groups, ONE and RED, alongside... Read more

Biafra explained

OpinionWorld October 19, 2015

By Uju Nwokorobia FACTS ABOUT BIAFRA! (1) Biafran agitation has nothing to do with HYDROCARBON/CRUDE OIL deposits in Niger Delta. Imo, Abia, Anambra are currently oil producing states in Nigeria with huge natural gas reserves, not forgetting the enormous untapped coal deposits in Enugu! (2) Biafra is not land-locked.... Read more