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NIGERIA: COUNTDOWN TO CONSTITUTIONAL FORCE MAJEURE – LNC

Lower Niger

Nigeria was established as a Criminal Enterprise by Britain, to be Operated as a Joint Venture between the British and their Local Agents, the Sokoto Caliphate. All the Constitutional Instruments from 1914 to date, (including the 1999 Constitution), have been designed to Service the Objectives of the Criminal Enterprise which is to Legitimately Plunder without Impediment or Challenge. Read More →

Biafra: As We All Come Into This Coalition- Press Statement by BNC

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Biafra National Council is the council of Biafrans for Biafra, it is not a group. This is the coalition center and, here, no man boasts of anything except of Biafra and, above all, of God in whom, with whom, and through whom we will surely see her coming. BNC is not a place for power-drunk individuals nor is it for those whose aim is to establish a financial empire; no! Biafra National Council is the democratic umbrella that should, must and will cover the interests of all that is Biafra. In BNC, we acknowledge all groups and their leadership. Not only that, they have their equal representation in the center such that there should be no relegating to the background of any group. Read More →

End racism against Africans in China- BNC tells Chinese Government

Africans in china

The Biafra National Council, one of the umbrella bodies, pushing for the exit of Biafra from Nigeria, has called on the Chinese government to end the inhuman treatment of Africans residing in China, especially those of Biafran origin. The call was made in a press statement titled ’’Biafrans as Commodities of Trade between Nigerian and the Chinese Governments’’, issued on April 18, 2020. The statement reads… Read More →

Nigeria may have zero foreign reserves

Godwin Emefiele

Interstella Communications Limited has written what it described as its last letter of demand to the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN (copied to the Hon. Attorney General of the Federation, and to the Chief of Staff to the President, FRN) asking the CBN to comply with the 2017 judgement of the supreme court of Nigeria to pay Interstella the sum of $285, 124, 422.30 (US dollars). Interstella said after two years, the CBN is yet to comply with the judgement even after writing 3 separate letters to the body. Read More →

RUGA: Our defense system is on the way- World Igbo Congress

World Igbo Congress

STATEMENT ON THE VEXATIOUS PRONOUNCEMENT OF MIYETTI ALLAH ON THE OBNOXIOUS FULANI RUGA SETTLEMENT PROJECT: A TOTAL REJECTION OF FULANIZATION AND ISLAMIZATION OF THE CHRISTIAN IGBO AND OTHER SOUTHERNERS IN NIGERIA

Rising from an emergency meeting and consultations with the Executive Board of Directors and House of Delegates, Council of Elders, the affiliates and all Diaspora Igbo under the aegis of the World Igbo Congress(The WIC), I, Professor Anthony Ejiofor, Chairman of the World Igbo Congress issue the following statements on the current threat, killings and on-going intimidation of the Igbo and the other Southerners. Read More →

Dr Clifford Iroanya vs. Candy Stallworth: US Court gives Judgment

Law is suprem

DEFAMATION LAWSUIT BY DR. CLIFFORD IROANYA AGAINST CANDY STALLWORTH: IMPLICATIONS & LESSONS-LEARNED

A defamation lawsuit instituted by Dr. Clifford Chukwuemeka Iroanya against Ms. Candy C. Stallworth has ended with a judgment in favour of Dr. Iroanya, after Ms. Stallworth entered into a plea bargain to avoid full court hearing by the Jury. The stipulated final judgment was signed on the 19th of February 2019 at 2:25pm (U.S. Eastern Time) by The Honorable Judge J. Scott Duncan of the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit for Santa Rosa County, Florida-USA, 588 days after the lawsuit was instituted by Dr. Iroanya on July 11th, 2017 through his Attorney, Hunter R. Higdon, Esq. of James L. Chase & Associates, PLC (Attorneys and Counselors At Law) based in Pensacola-Florida. But how did this all come about and what are the implications and lessons-learned from this lawsuit? Read More →

Nigeria: ICC’s integrity shaky, new judge may resign

BUHARI AND ICC JUDGES

BUHARI AND ICC JUDGES

Intersociety, Nigeria – The President of the International Criminal Court, Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji and other newly elected Judges of the Court may most likely be forced to resign in no distance time, unless the Court breaks its ongoing silence of the graveyard over unpopular and widely criticized happenings around the Court since its President’s unusual and troubling visit to Nigeria’s Presidency in April 2018.  Read More →

Biafra Remembrance Day: Banks, Schools shutdown in Eastern Nigeria

Biafra Remembrance day May 30th 2018

Business activities in the eastern and southern regions of Nigeria were brought to a halt today following the commemoration of the fallen heroes and heroines of the Republic of Biafra. The nation of Biafra gained independence on July 30th, 1967 but was later reintegrated into Nigeria after a brutal genocide war championed by the Nigerian and the British government which left over 3 million civilians, mostly children dead. Read More →