Wednesday, 13 February 2019

I will make Biafra the fourth richest country in the world – Ngozi Iweala

Formal minister of finance, Dr Ngozi Iweala said that, the largest mineral resources will be found in Eastern part of Nigeria, if our govt is ready to take Nigeria economy to the next level, they should develop and market it.

According to Jamyco What we have in Eastern part can make Nigeria the richest country in the world and if Biafra should go and I become the president, through the resources I make Biafra the fourth richest country in the world.

I Won't Tolerate Nonsense, Any Police Officer Seen Collecting Money From Motorists Should be reported – DIG Tell Nigerians

The Nigerian Police Force has expressed concern over the activities of some officers collecting money especially from motorists at police check points.

The deputy inspector general of police supervising north-west zone, DIG Aminchi Sama’ila Baraya stated this during an inspection tour and meeting with political stakeholders held at the Jigawa state police command headquarters in Dutse.

He strongly condemned the act and other forms of dehumanisation or collection of money especially from motorists at checkpoints.

DIG therefore charged members of the public to hurriedly inform any of such acts or any security threat to the Commissioner of Police in the State or himself through 08075391069.

“The phone numbers could also use by good citizens to report anybody, officer molesting public and anybody who intends to jeopardise the peace in the state”
The Deputy Inspector-General, who was in the state with respect to the forthcoming 2019 general elections said the Nigeria Police force is fully prepared for the task ahead.

Baraya therefore harped on the need for a working relationship among all security agencies and relevant stakeholders towards achieving a violence-free elections in the state and the country.

The deputy inspector general of police also urged stakeholders to warn their supporters or followers to avoid anything that would cause violence before, during and after the election.

While making his remarks, the state commissioner of police, CP Bala Zama Senchi said Jigawa state have being enjoying peace for a long period of time, adding that police will not allow any unpatriotic element to destroy the peace in the state.

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

BREAKING: Ohanaeze youths beg IPOB to drop referendum, participate in elections

ENUGU-THE leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Wing has pleaded with the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to forget its call for referendum on February 16 and participate in Nigeria’s presidential election scheduled for the same day.

Ohanaeze youths said that IPOB’s fixture of their own referendum same day as Nigeria election date was more or less asking for confrontation with the security agencies which could result to slaughter of innocent Igbo youths once again.

The youths also pleaded with IPOB that boycotting the Nigeria election would be counterproductive pursuant to Igbo cause of reasserting itself in the Nigeria state, while  it also reminded IPOB that the Igbo was yet to recover from the 2006 census boycott which the Movement for Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB executed.

The group therefore asked IPOB to listen to voices of reason that have been pleading with them to drop their hard line posture against this year’s general elections.

National leader of Ohanaeze Youth Wing, Chief Arthur Obiora in a statement in Enugu, Monday, said “While we would not subscribe to any form of carnage by the military in our land in the name of suppressing unarmed pro-Biafra agitators; our considered opinion is that the IPOB members by their utterances and open threats are giving the military justifiable reason to flood Igbo land with soldiers.

“We appeal to any persons who have access to their leadership to let them know that they are missing it. The truth is that referendum is not solution to the problems bedeviling us as a race in Nigeria; rather, it would compound our woes as marginalised people in the Nigerian system.

“We would not want a repeat of the visionless order for the boycott of the 2006 national head-count by the then leader of MASSOB, Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, which the Igbo would ever live to regret.

BREAKING: Fear Grips Nig. Govt As IPOB Stages Rally In South-East, South-south for Election Boycott

Despite military presence, members of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB, stormed the major roads of South-East and South-south in a rally for the boycott of the upcoming presidential elections in Nigeria on February 16.

“No Nigerian election in BiafraLand….,” members of the group chant as they march.

IPOB had previously declared that it would boycott the presidential elections, and also asked people from the Southeast and South-South to sit at home on the day of the election.

“The boycott and the ‘sit at home’ will serve as a referendum for Biafra, international observers will be on ground to monitor the boycott,” IPOB said.

Monday, 11 February 2019

JUST IN: Panic Hits Aso Rock As Israeli Observers Set to Storm S'East to Monitor Biafra Referendum

According to Information obtained from African Newspapers reports that Israeli Observers hits Nigeria to hold a survey on the upcoming referendum mapped out by Indigenous People Of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu over the insatisfasion in the country.

Isreali observers and other international observers to monitor if Biafra will vote for the the continued Nigeria or boycott election as a vote of no confidence to the Nigeria entity.

South Africa Newspapers

Sunday, 10 February 2019

HAPPENING NOW!! Panic Hits Jos Govt House As Fire Engulfed INEC Office in Plateau, Burnt PVCs, Election Instruments 

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) office in Qua’an Pan Local Government Area of Plateau State has been gutted by fire.

INEC Voter Education and Publicity Officer in the state, Osaretim Imaehorobo, confirmed this in a statement sent to Channels Television on Sunday.

“A drunken security man was said to have caused the fire outbreak,” the statement read in part.

During the incident which occurred on Saturday night, the office was completely burnt down with all its content comprising ballot boxes among others.

Other items destroyed by the inferno are generators filled with fuel, cubicles, newly printed electronic and manual Voters Register.

The fire also destroyed Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) yet to be collected by residents and other materials yet to be identified.

The statement revealed that a management team led by the Administrative Secretary, Gbadamasi Rasheed, has been sent to the office to assess the level of damage.

The incident has caused a setback in the preparation for the general elections in the local government.


Saturday, 9 February 2019

BREAKING: Peter Obi Escape Death As APC And PDP Clash in Abuja, Cars Burnt 

Vice Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Peter Obi escaped death today after supporters of the PDP and the All Progressives Congress, APC clashed today at Dei-Dei, Abuja.

PoliticsNGR gathered from an Eyewitness report, that the clash occurred after some APC supporters blocked the convoy of Obi and the PDP shortly after he finished speaking to some traders.

According to Blossom Martins;

“This is the Aftermath of PDP n APC clash at Dei-dei (international building materials market Abuja) today…..

Peter obi came to the market to continue with the Atiku/Obi campaign this afternoon, after his campaign rounds, on his way going back, an APC candidate was passing with his convey they blocked peter and his protocol and started fighting them……

The apc guys try to attack Peter obi then igbo boys came over and destroyed their cars


Breaking: ” Biafra will soon become a reality”

We call on The secretary general of UN Antonio Guterres that among  those that want to go on their own as a nation, Biafra suppose to be the first that UN will give certificate, code and endorsement because, we have suffered a lot under the supervision of Failed State called Nigeria.

Recall it is now 49 years after we fought for freedom, according to UN constitution. But the problem is from both present and past Nigeria leaders, don’t want Biafra to go.  But I hope that Biafra will soon become a Nation.

Amaka writes in brief.


Friday, 8 February 2019

2019: In Biafra Referendum, Election Boycott we Stand, Says BICOE 

The Indigenous Biafra Indigenous Council of Elders, BICOE, has declared its support for the boycott of the upcoming presidential elections in Nigeria.

In a proclamation made on Thursday during a meeting in Obigbo, Igweocha (Rivers State), the elders reiterated the call for Biafra referendum, saying it is the only way to let the masses decide their fate.

Speaking after the proclamation, the president of BICOE, H.R.M Bishop Tete Etim Peter, urged everyone to boycott the elections.

He said "Those they are telling us to vote for do not care about us, all they care for is their selfish interest."

"Our demand just as Nnamdi Kanu said, is referendum, not elections. Since they do not want to conduct referendum, then we have to boycott their useless election".

"If you observe carefully, you'll see that the country have already divided itself but they are trying to hide the fact under their grammatical expression "One Nigeria". One thing the government should note is that Biafra freedom is not negotiable for anything else."

"We the elder won't participate in the election".

— Maxwell Chuks
reporting for Family Writers Press

"It's impossible to erase Biafra agitation caused by civil war" - Ex-President Jonathan

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has expressed concerns about the impact of unity on national development.

Jonathan, speaking at an ongoing one-day peace conference, tagged ‘Peaceful Elections and National Development,’ held at Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja, said those in governance should not desire to occupy political office, but to ease the tension of citizens.

He said, “We experienced the civil war that ended since 1970 but up to date, the feelings are still in even children who were not born at that time because of the stories they get told and that is why we must do everything to avoid conflict because it is always difficult to erase these feelings.”