“That the use of the Term “Biafra” in describing the Territory over which he seeks independence, throws up the controversy as to whether it is the Biafra Territory of May 30, 1967 or whether the Territory has shrunk to the East Central State of May 27, 1967 or expanded to include parts or the whole of Midwest Region/State of May 27, 1967,” Tony Nnadi writes in Opinions.
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On behalf of the LNC and its NINAS Alliance, Tony Nnadi writes on how the so-called “Biafra Restoration” commotion impacts negatively on the greater Eastern Nigeria liberation efforts.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Martin Ezimano writes: “It was Biafra, contrary to popular misconception, that the supreme storyteller Chinua Achebe had in mind in choosing the title THERE WAS A COUNTRY.”
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Martin Ezimano writes: “IPOB’s vision of Biafra is therefore as a nation at war in which situation democratic rights like freedom of thought and speech stand as collateral casualties! Alternatively expressed, a Biafra of zombies!”
“This audio by the Speaker that introduced himself as Pastor Istaphanus has been circulating for at the least 5 years. The Rogue Biafra Franchise merely put a video on it to adapt the message to suit their hollow shenanigans,” Tony Nnadi writes.
“Where Ojukwu’s Biafra had been driven by sheer desperation, borne as a survivalist reaction to the calculated pogrommatic agenda of the then Federal Military Government, Uwazurike’s Biafra was built upon the cry of marginalization…” Martin Ezimano writes in Opinions.
In an Op-Ed, LNC’s Tony Nnadi writes on “the fake article credited to President Goodluck Jonathan on Biafra; the objections of the Niger-Delta nationalities to the undefined “Biafra restoration” and the Lower Niger paradigm.”
“Let it be made clear that when the Referendum Threshold is reached in the LNC RoadMap/Template, great Multitudes of the Peoples of the Lower Niger in the Homeland, numbering over 70 Million, will not require the irritating, distracting and meddlesome middleman-ship of the phantom “multitude” now being bandied about, to be “persuaded” to vote an overwhelming YES for Freedom,” Tony Nnadi writes.