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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu addresses Biafrans in Los Angeles Town Hall Meeting

Azubuike Nwadei

Proceeding with is canvassing effort, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu through IPOB USA hosts a town hall in Los Angeles, California. This is the first time Nnamdi Kanu has visited California since his famous address in which he asked for weapons to defend Biafrans against Fulani Herdsmen.

In this address the Director discussed:

  • The seriousness of IPOB to bring freedom to Biafra.

  • When his home was raided 28 men died for Biafra.

  • Igbo Union was effective at not only bringing Igbo people together, but also bringing developments to different portions of the land. The Igbo Union built Aba National High School.

  • Only IPOB can stop the Fulani Herdsmen. If BIafrans do not listen to IPOB we will lose our land.

  • Okorocha condemned IPOB in order to guarantee his position in the Nigerian Senate. He also declared that he is no longer pursuing Igbo Presidency.

  • Ohanaeze and South East governors gave the federal government permission to raid Nnamdi Kanu’s home.

  • Nigeria considers IPOB a terrorist organization but Nnamdi Kanu travels more freely than all those that are involved with the persecution of innocent people in Nigeria.

  • The choice lies in our hands. If Biafrans want Biafra to come, it will come. If Biafrans want to remain voluntary slaves in America and other Western countries, then we are more than welcome to do that as well. If you do not have any shame you will oppose IPOB.

  • In 2015 Nnamdi Kanu spoke extensively about the threat confronting Biafrans. Ohaneze saw pretended that it did not exist. Recently Nnia Nwodo finally said that Nigeria can no longer be one, but the threat of the Fulani Herdsmen is now upon us.

  • All indigenous people in Nigeria that are suffering under Fulani domination are benefiting from IPOB’s agitation.

  • Igbos were stopped from voting in various areas of Lagos.

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Addresses Buhari's Lack of Qualifications to be Nigeria's President

Azubuike Nwadei

In this address Nnamdi Kanu speaks on Buhari’s lack of qualifications stemming from his not being born a Nigerian and also his lack of WAEC certificate.

Hardo Adamu, was a nomadic Fulani trader from Niger Republic and later became a bodyguard in the Emir of Daura’s palace, which made him settle in Daura, Katsina. He was borne in Niger Republic, not Nigeria.

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According to the Nigerian Constitution (Section 25) to be considered a Nigerian citizen by birth the following conditions must be met.

(a) every person born in Nigeria before the date of independence, either of whose parents or any of whose grandparents belongs or belonged to a community indigenous to Nigeria;

Provided that a person shall not become a citizen of Nigeria by virtue of this section if neither of his parents nor any of his grandparents was born in Nigeria.

(b) every person born in Nigeria after the date of independence either of whose parents or any of whose grandparents is a citizen of Nigeria; and

(c) every person born outside Nigeria either of whose parents is a citizen of Nigeria.

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Nigeria Will Not Survive the 2019 Election

Azubuike Nwadei

The following was written by Femi Aribisala and published on at Vanguard:

What we witnessed in the recently concluded election was the death knell of democracy in Nigeria.

For those of us who had hoped against hope, the 2019 presidential election has proved to be the last straw. We are now convinced that Nigeria is a hopeless case. This country is not just a major disappointment; it is decidedly seemly on the trajectory of a future break up.

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Today, the silence in the Nigerian political space is deafening. Just look back to 2015 and before, when there was vibrant debate about almost everything under the sun. But now it is “siddon look.” We just had an election that was no election and more like selection. It was even more a mini civil-war, characterized by killings, voter-suppression and intimidation, ballot-snatching and falsification of results.

There was even a case where the electoral umpire claimed he was made to declare a false result at gunpoint. But in spite of the bogus outcome of the elections, nobody is fighting anymore. Nobody is burning tires today or demonstrating in the streets. Instead, people are watching and waiting to see
what will happen. Surely, this cannot be the end of the matter.

Phyrric victory

The so-called victors are jubilant, reading the eerie silence as mission accomplished. However, the omen is bleak and dire. It is always better when people express their feelings freely. That way, you know exactly where they stand. But when everything is bottled up as it is now, then you know we are in for trouble. Sooner, rather than later, the dam will burst. There is definitely a cold war currently going on in Nigeria today, and it is a lull before the storm.


Only those who have been bought, or political sycophants looking for scraps of the stolen pie, are talking. They are giving back-slaps and high-fives to the phyrric victors. Meanwhile, wisdom and reason have concluded that Nigeria is a lost cause. No point waiting for another farce in 2023. Now is the time for all good people to leave the country; either physically or psychologically It is now clear that those who believe they have a future have no part in this failed and discredited state called Nigeria. To your tents, O Israel!

Those who make peaceful change impossible, make forcible change inevitable. But that is not to suggest military intervention is the answer. We have already done that and got the t-shirt. All the military did, in all their years in power, was to drag Nigeria through the mud. There is no point putting any hope in them again, after all, it is the same military men who hijacked the democratic system simply by taking off their uniforms and putting on agbadas.

Things fall apart
Seeing the template established in this fraudulent 2019 election, the inevitable conclusion, at least to me, is that this Nigeria cannot survive. The message of the 2019 election is that Nigeria is doomed to disintegration. Things have fallen apart and the center cannot hold.

The message is that the powers-that-be are determined that we must be satisfied willy-nilly with incompetence. They say we must put up with economic failure. They insist our new status as the poverty capital of the world is to be commended. They tell us returning Nigeria to major debt status is next-level achievement. They tell us to celebrate abject failure as glorious success.

If you were to believe the lie, our leaders have resuscitated the naira. They have nullified power blackouts. They have removed the petroleum subsidy. They have reduced the pump price of petrol. They have created millions and millions of new jobs. Our hospitals are no longer consulting clinics. Life and property is now secure in Nigeria. Our agricultural sector has been suitably revamped. Our leaders have achieved self-sufficiency in food production in Nigeria. They have killed corruption in the land. They have rebuilt our roads and bridges. They have defeated Boko Haram and rescued the Chibok girls. They have restored the reputation of Nigeria in the comity of nations. As a result of these glorious achievements, the current government not only won re-election, it did so with a resoundingly bigger majority than before.

Dashed hopes

All this makes 2019 a major watershed in Nigerian political history. For some reason, hopes were rekindled during the campaigns; only to be dashed ruthlessly.The times are so bad, our situation so worrisome, that many presidential hopefuls came out of the woodwork. It was time to rescue Nigeria. It was time to change the dismal trajectory of the nation’s history.

Surely, even the blind can see that we cannot go on like this. Surely, these crop of current Nigerian leadership will be thrown out by a despondent electorate. It was time for a new page; a new departure. What we needed was our very own Mercutio proclaiming a plague on both the houses of our delinquent political establishment of the APC and the PDP.

So out came a new panoply of ambitious political mavericks, talking up public policy, debating the issues, offering new ideas for the renewal of the national mandate. Among these were Kingsley Moghalu, Oby Ezekwesili, Tope Fasua, Fela Durotoye and Omoyele Sowore. I shared their delusion in thinking the Nigerian political system was amenable change. I believed with them that we are all fed up with the status quo.

So they formed new parties, toured the country, pumped fresh, marshaled new agendas; only to meet their Waterloo at the discredited polls. They obtained, or were awarded, an insignificant fraction of the millions of fabricated votes. So completely were they crushed that there is even talk now of making it difficult, if not impossible, for other parties to contest in future elections apart from the Tweedledee and Tweedledum of the APC and the PDP.

Failed Nigeria

The message of our Caesars in Abuja is without ambiguity: there is no room for change in the politics of Nigeria. Under no legal circumstances will those who have ceased power by deception and subterfuge willingly relinquish it for the sake of some nebulous construct called democracy. To hell with power to the people, they insist in one accord. Power belongs to the professional politicians in Nigeria, and forever so shall it be.

The Nigerian electorate itself is no better inclined. God says in the scriptures about the Israel of old: “The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests rule by their own power; and my people love to have it so.” (Jeremiah 5:31).

The 2019 elections show that a substantial number of Nigerians, especially in the North, are convinced this failed country called Nigeria is the best that Nigeria can be. Indeed, if the verdict of the doctored polls were to be believed, then most Nigerians are very much in love with this malignant Nigeria.

They love a Nigeria that is poverty-stricken, where our leaders are thieves, armed-robbers and pen-robbers, where beggars and vagabonds roam the streets, where the illiterate and the uneducated are the champions of public policy, where human life is worthless and people are massacred in numbers every day. Nigerians, according to INEC, adore a Nigeria where truth has fallen in the streets and justice is an orphan.

Death-knell of democracy

Never again. If there is anything to be learnt from the experience of the failed new idealists who ran for president in mushrooming parties this time around and lost their shirts; it is that Nigerian politics is a complete waste of time. The electorate has apparently never believed in the polls. They know their votes will not count.

They know the only time politicians have any regard for them is during election campaigns.

So, if they can get a small bag of rice or garri from the charlatans running for office, or maybe even just 1,000 naira for their thumbprint, that will do just fine. If you can give them even more so they can attack polling booths in opposition strongholds and make away with the ballot boxes, they are ready. If you can give

them lunch so they can incite a riot so an election being lost is declared inconclusive, they will do it. Thereby, the victor becomes the vanquished.

As a result, we will not see the idealism of 2019 come 2023, should this misnomer we call Nigeria still exist by then. The newcomers are once bitten, twice shy. Even now, by the time we came to the gubernatorial elections, after the farce of the presidential, Nigerians had lost all interest in democracy. Most people did not even bother to come out to vote again.

Of course, this did not prevent states like Kaduna from recording more fabricated votes in the gubernatorial election than even Kano did fictitiously in the presidential. In short, what we witnessed in the recently concluded election was the death knell of democracy in Nigeria.

So what is the answer?

Goodbye Nigeria

More and more people are going to vote with their feet. The industrious and the enterprising are going to seek greener pastures elsewhere, having concluded Nigeria is a lost cause. They will go to Canada, to Australia, to those countries where merit is rewarded and excellence is the watchword. The smart ones who stay behind will start insisting on the dismemberment of this bogus contraption called Nigeria.

What the 2019 election tells me, in no uncertain terms, is that the future of Nigeria lies in the breakup of Nigeria. It is not what I want. It is not what I desire. But it is there in the cards.

I have written severally that Nigeria should remain united. I said again and again that Nigeria cannot do without the Igbo. I have shouted in the wilderness that Nigeria cannot do without the North. But I have now reached the conclusion that, under the present circumstances, the breakup of Nigeria is inevitable. It is just a matter of time.

This is not a prediction: it is a warning. It is a call to arms. It comes from the realization that the Nigerian political system has now been programmed so that every election will now be decided by those whose votes can be bought with 30 pieces of silver.

The system has been rigged so that every election in Nigeria will now be determined by those who have filled the voting register with underage voters. So doing, your chances of being elected to high office are excellent if you are incompetent, a crook, or a thief to boot. Otherwise, you don’t stand a chance.

I congratulate all those who won infamous victories in the just concluded elections. But “send not to know for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee.”

Nigeria security forces extort N100 billion in Southeast in three years

Azubuike Nwadei

The following report was published in Premium Times

A report released on Monday has accused Nigerian security and law enforcement agencies of pocketing as much as N100 billion in roadside bribery and extortion in the South-eastern part of the country alone over the last three years.

In a Monday morning statement to PREMIUM TIMES, the International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law said findings into the report began in August 2015. It accompanied the report with pictures that seemed to show officers receiving bribes at checkpoints.

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A breakdown of the questionable operation showed that Nigeria Police Force pocketed N78.02 billion, the military (Army, Navy and Air Force) received N6 billion and paramilitary formations (Customs, Road Safety, NAFDAC and NDLEA) took N16 billion. These totalled N100.02 billion ($330 million).

The report reinforces fears that the controversial culture has worsened despite decades of condemnation even amongst top security chiefs. Successive police leadership over the last two decades have ordered the removal of checkpoints, but compliance is sparsely enforced and hardly are errant officers punished.

Emeka Umeagbalasi, a senior official at Intersociety who coordinated the report, said it was released to coincide with this year’s Yuletide, during which bribery and extortion by security agencies are said to be at their peak as millions embark on holiday trips to the Southeast.

“We hope this would help those travelling home to celebrate Christmas be aware of the tactics of security agencies, and the disastrous economic impact on the region,” Mr Umeagbalasi said.

 

The Nigerian Army and the Federal Road Safety Corps immediately dismissed the report, telling PREMIUM TIMES their respective personnel operate with strict ethical standards and those identified for misconduct are usually promptly disciplined.

Know Your Levy

The research for report, titled: Welcome to Southeast Region: Nigeria’s Headquarters of Official Highway Robbery; was conducted in all the South-east states and some parts of Delta State with predominantly residents of Igbo origin.

Intersociety found that the security agencies have designed specific levies for different categories of motorists across the South-east, and enforcement sometimes turns deadly.

“For every shuttle or Mitsubishi L300 bus loaded with passengers (only) in Anambra State, it is N50 at every police roadblock, and extra N200 is paid if loaded with goods and passengers,” the report said.

“For every commercial motorcycle or tricycle or Datsun or medium range truck loaded with goods, it is N200 at every police roadblock, and for every private vehicle owner accused of “incomplete” vehicle particulars, the least demanded sum is N4,000 or more, which must be paid randomly or on the spot to avoid being dragged to police station and have his or her vehicle impounded and indented as ‘stolen vehicle’,” the report said.

Some motorists are detained and bailed with illegal bail fees, ranging from N10,000 and above, the report found.

The questionable conduct, which has continued despite decades of condemnation even amongst top security chiefs, also differs from state to state in the region.

“Police extortions in Enugu and Ebonyi States, and to an extent, Imo State, are not as “lucrative” as those of Anambra and Abia States,” it said.

“Such extortions are majorly concentrated on critical federal and state roads as well as few commercial areas of the three states, such as Ogbete, Abakpa, and Nsukka in Enugu State; Abakiliki and Afikpo in Ebonyi State, Orlu and commercial parts of Owerri in Imo State.”

“The same non-uniformity applies to many roadblocks in the five Southeast states, as well as those in Agbor, Asaba and their environs, all in Delta State,” which has estimated 40 per cent Igbo population, the report found.

Statistical Breakdown

According to the report, there were 250 police roadblocks in Anambra State between August 2015 and August 2016, and each made an estimated N40,000 per day. The 250 police roadblocks on Anambra roads between August 2015 and August 2016 illicitly collected N10 million per day, which translated to N300 million per month and N3.6 billion per year.

According to the report, at N40,000 per day, the 200 police roadblocks in Abia State during the period unlawfully milked the people of the South-east a total of N8 million per day, N240m per month and N2, 88 billion per year.

Also, at N30,000 per day for each of the 150 police roadblocks then in Imo State, a total of N4.5 million was reportedly realised per day, N135 million per month and N1, 62 billion per year.

Also with N25,000 per day for each of 100 police roadblocks in Enugu in the same period, N2.5 million was unlawfully collected per day, N75 million per month and N900 million per year, the report stated/

In Ebonyi, there were 50 police roadblocks, and each earned an average of N25,000 per day, totalling N1.25 million or N37.5 million per month and N450 million per year.

Between August 2016 and August 2017, at N40,000 per day, the 500 police roadblocks on Anambra roads collected N20 million per day, N600 million per month and N7, 2 billion per year.

At N40,000 per day, the 400 police roadblocks in Abia State received N16 million per day, N480 million per month and N5.76 billion per year.

With N30,000 per day for each of the 200 police roadblocks then in Imo State, a total of N6 billion was earned per day, N180 million per month and N2.16 billion per year.

Also with N25,000 per day for each of 200 police roadblocks in Enugu in the same period, N5 million was unlawfully collected per day, N150 million per month and N1.8 billion per year.

The 150 police roadblocks in Ebonyi State allegedly made N25,000 per day, totalling N3.75 million per day, N112.5 million per month and N1.35 billion per year.

Between August 2017 and December 2018, at N40,000 per day, the 800 police roadblocks on Anambra roads must have by the end of December 2018 collected N32 million per day, N960 million per month and N15.36 billion in sixteen months.

At N40,000 per day, the 700 police roadblocks in Abia State must have by the end of December 2018 unlawfully earned N28 million per day, N840 million per month and N13.44b in sixteen months.

In the same period, the 500 police roadblocks in Imo State earned N30,000 per day each, totalling N15 million per day, N450 million per month and N7.2 billion in sixteen months.

At N25, 000 per day for each of 400 police roadblocks in Enugu in the named period, N10 million must have been unlawfully collected per day, N300 million per month and N4.8 billion in sixteen months.

Finally, at N25, 000 for each of the 400 police roadblocks in Ebonyi State, a total of N10 million was illegally collected per day, N300 million per month and N4.8b in sixteen months.

Intersociety estimated 3,000 police roadblocks, including about 200 in different Igbo parts of Delta State (from Agbor to Asaba) as well as those manned by “police-stop-and-move” teams using Hilux or other pick-up vans usually manned by police special anti-robbery squad.

At an average of N20,000 per “police-stop-and-move” roadblock since August 2015, N4 million was realised per day, N120 million per month and N4.8 billion in 40 months, August 2015 to December 2018.

Military, paramilitary cornered N22 billion

Intersociety, which was established in 2008 as a non-governmental organisation based in Onitsha, also found that military personnel deployed in the region earned N6 billion since 2015, while officers of the Nigerian Customs Service, the Federal Road Safety Corps, the National Drugs Law and Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) and others grossed N16 billion in illicit income.

Although the Nigerian Air Force was also mentioned as having been a part of the suspected extortion, its collection was negligent. Mr Umeagbalasi clarified to PREMIUM TIMES that the institution was added because Air Force personnel often collect bribes near their bases around the region, but whatever they received was deemed inconsequential largely due to the limited bases in the region.

The bulk of the N6 billion bribes allegedly went to soldiers, who could be seen in dozens of roadblocks across Southeast.

White-collar, blue-collar

The report further found that some patterns of police roadblock extortion in the South-east bear blue-collar outlook. This involves direct extortion using stationed police personnel. In this case, vehicles bearing goods with passengers are made to “pay” double (i.e., for loaded wares and persons). For instance, each load-carrying L300 bus with passengers is forced to part with at least N250 at each police roadblock.

In the case of drafted soldiers and other military personnel, as well as paramilitary bodies like Road Safety, patterns of their extortion are different; bearing white-collar outlook. This could be categorised as indirect extortion using hired third party or civilian touts or points-men, the report found.

Report sweeping, exaggerated

The police and Customs did not immediately return PREMIUM TIMES’ requests for comments Monday morning, but the Nigerian Army and Road Safety strongly denied allegations of fraud amongst their personnel.

“It is a sweeping statement, they need to be specific,” FRSC spokesperson Bisi Kazeem said, but added nonetheless that the agency “does not condone corruption or corrupt tendencies.”

“Bribery is not institutionalised in the corps. Whoever is caught is dealt with by dismissal after trial by FRSC disciplinary committee,” the spokesperson said.

“We have monitoring and surveillance team from unit level to sector level to zonal level ending at the headquarters,” he said. “FRSC officers and men have name tags, the vehicle has body codes and registration numbers.”

Sani Usman, a spokesperson for the Nigerian Army, also absolved military personnel from all acts of bribery, and slammed Intersociety as propagating falsehood.

“It is not true. The Nigerian Army is very professional and has clearly established rules of engagement and code of conduct,” Mr Usman, a brigadier-general, said. “Therefore, it cannot be associated with such tissue of lies.”

 

A worsening menace

The culture of checkpoint corruption has been a recurring feature amongst Nigerian security and law enforcement agencies, even as their respective leaderships continue to speak stridently against the practice with threats of harsh consequences.

The first Intersociety report into the conduct of officers on the road was first published in 2011. Even though the South-east weighed heavily in the report, its elements were gathered across the country at the time, and the final outcome revealed that the controversial practice was milder at the time.

 The naira note benchmark used as ‘toll fee’ then was N20 denomination as against today’s N50 and N100 notes. The group found that between 2009 and 2011, police officers earned N53.4 billion in three years from 3,500 roadblocks across the country at the time. The South-east accounted for the lion’s share of N32.2 billion, followed by Southwest and South-south with N8.2 billion each.

Motorists in the North-Central coughed out N2.1 billion in bribes to the police. North-east and North-west were N1.2 billion each at the time. That nationwide investigation was built on the report of the Human Rights Watch (HRW) published on August 17, 2010, which looked at corruption and abuses in the police.

The HRW’s report, titled: Everyone is in on the Game: Corruption & Human Rights Abuses by the Nigeria Police Force,’ combined with further findings by Intersociety prompted Mohammed Abubakar, then police inspector-general, to order the urgent dismantling of all roadblocks. But that directive, like several before and after it, saw compliance for only a few days before fizzling out.

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Nnamdi Kanu Addresses Nyako's Arrest Warrant Against Him

Azubuike Nwadei

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu addresses Nigerian Justice Binta Nyako’s issuing of an arrest warrant against him without questioning the circumstances of his disappearance.

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Disenfranchisement and Election Violence against Biafrans

Azubuike Nwadei

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Biafrans in both Lagos and Biafraland experienced disenfranchisement of varying characters. In the video on the lower left and right show Biafrans in Lagos being disenfranchised as their votes are burned in front of them.

 

The following videos show violence in both Lagos and the Rivers states areas of Biafra as well as Igbo property being burned in Lagos.

A Christian woman was butchered almost to death after voting for the opposition political party. A Muslim Good Samaritan drove her to safety. In this video he gives his account.

A voter in Lagos laments that many Biafrans were denied right to vote in Lagos

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Delivers a Warning

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu delivers a warning to South East Governors Okezie Ikpazu, Ifeanyi Ugwanyi, Dave Umahi, that are planning to oversee the tampering with election results in their respective states to forge votes and give Buhari more than he actually receives.

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Addresses Biafrans on the coming Referendum (Sit-at-home)

Azubuike Nwadei

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu addresses Biafrans from Radio Biafra London for the first time in several years on Biafra’s coming Sit at Home referendum on February 16th 2019.

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Nigerian Security Forces activity in Aba

Azubuike Nwadei

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The deployment of officers and men of the Nigerian army and police to a relatively peaceful Aba North local government area of Abia State, Biafraland, is to say the least, despicably unfortunate. Aba North has recently been converted into a militarized zone, causing unnecessary fear and panic amongst inhabitants. The Nigerian government is disgustingly relentless in it's desperation to cage Biafrans in it's mad drive to actualize its delusional self-serving interest, the sensitivity of the people notwithstanding.

Free flow of pedestrian and vehicular traffic is now hampered daily by these gun welding uniformed men, thereby stifling the economic activities in the area. Massive security operatives comprising of well armed soldiers and policemen have been deployed to Aba North local government area, to intimidate, harass, torture, arrest and kill Biafrans (IPOB) family members on trumped up extra-judicial charges. The Nigerian army has abandoned her constitutionally stipulated responsibility of defending the country against external aggression for civilian related functions. What a misnomer!

Presently, quite a number of military and police checkpoints dot the length and breath of the area in Abia State. Below are a number of them variously spotted:

MILITARY CHECKPOINTS

* A military checkpoint at Ogbor hill slaughter

* A military checkpoint at Brass junction

* A military checkpoint at seventh (7th) deck

* There is a military checkpoint at PZ

* A military checkpoint at glass force by Okpulumogbu

* Another military checkpoint at Obikabiam Junction

POLICE CHECKPOINTS

* A Police checkpoint at Ogbor hill by Ukaegbu road.

* A Police checkpoint at Ogbor hill by Azuka road.

* A Police checkpoint at Ogbor hill, close to Customary Court

* Two police checkpoints opposite each other at Ogbor hill bridge.

* A Police checkpoint at railway by factory road.

* A Police checkpoint, close to Union Bank, mainly at night

* There is a police checkpoint at PZ

* A Police checkpoint at glass force by Okpulumogbu

* A Police checkpoint at Umuoba by 7up junction

* A Police checkpoint at Cemetery Police Station

* A Police checkpoint at Cemetery road by Bright street

* A Police checkpoint at Umule by Ukwuagbu

* Police/FSARS checkpoint at Faulks road, Osusu.

* A Police checkpoint at cemetery market, opposite United Bank of Africa  (UBA)

* A Police checkpoint at Ehi road by Kent.

It is ridiculous that the Nigerian security operatives only flex their muscles and display the potency of their weapons on the peaceful Biafran people in Biafraland,  while Boko Haram terrorists are relentlessly ravaging the North East region of Nigeria with trails of death and destruction blatantly going unchallenged and undefeated. They are shamelessly absconding the battlefield to come to Biafraland and cause mayhem. The Nigerian government should as a matter of responsibility, order the immediate withdrawal of these Fulani occupational security operatives from Aba North and allow Biafrans to be.

The patience of the people is being stretched and this oppressive antecedents of a supposed professional and civilized security will no longer be tolerated.  Nigeria claims to be in a democracy and this needs be translated in every sphere of governance. The earlier the authorities concerned take the required action, the better. Let the global community also take notice.

Written and edited by Peter Oshagwu
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Supreme Leader Nnamdi Kanu Special Address

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Director Nnamdi Kanu addresses the world and also answers questions about the election boycott.

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu New Year's Address to Biafrans

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu delivers a special address to Biafrans worldwide, opening the new year.

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Speech

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s speech on the 22nd December 2018 for the fact-checking and total unmasking of Jubril in Aso Rock.

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Sudan Should Recall Her Citizen Imposer In Aso Rock

Azubuike Nwadei

As palpable tension and voracious revolution loom in Nigeria over the Sudanese impostor doubling as President Muhammadu Buhari since January 2017, it becomes necessary that the Sudanese government immediately recalls it's citizen, Jubril Aminu Bin Mahmoud from Aso Rock. This is aimed at saving his life from the looming danger that will soon envelope Nigeria. This impostor should be asked to immediately vacate Aso Rock which is the Nigerian seat of power to escape the brewing chaos and anarchy that the leadership of Nigeria defunct federation has criminally brought upon the country. The consistent revelation of the true identity of Jubril Aminu Bin Mahmoud, a Sudanese, by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide, is really rattling the cabals camp in the presidency, who are aimlessly scampering for irredeemable solution. It could be recalled that since this Sudanese infiltrator commenced presiding over the affairs of Nigeria, following the death of President Muhammadu Buhari on the 27th of January 2017, there has been an unrelenting exertion on the citizenry, the most tragic and devastating policies ever known in the 21st century history. His inept disposition on the Nigerian seat of authority has resulted in unprecedented lawlessness and blunt measures of impunity in Nigeria. His tutelage under the Fulani Caliphate led by the Sultan of Sokoto, His Royal Highness (HRH) Alhaji Abubakar Sa'ad III, Alhaji Abba Kyari and Lieutenant-General Tukur Yusuf Buratai (Nigeria Army Chief of Staff), has led to a cacophony of deaths, destruction and uncertainty.

In the meantime, the good people of Sudan and government are advised to nip in the bud, all tendencies of looming catastrophe by timely rescuing their citizen who out of wickedness and morbid crave for frivolities, stupidly entered into a disastrous contract with the bloody Fulani cabals in Nigeria. The global community must stand witness to the IPOB Intelligence Unit that this olive branch was extended to the government of Sudan, to duly accord respect to the sensitivity of the Nigerian people. Sudan has to wade into this organized fraud masterminded by the Nigerian Fulani oligarchy and Jubril Aminu Bin Mahmoud in this subversive act of impersonation. This has with it, corresponding damning consequences.

Majority of Nigerians are now aware that the person occupying Aso Rock is a cloned Sudanese and not the Muhammadu Buhari they gave mantle of leadership to, as their President in 2015. It is important therefore, that the Sudanese government fully comprehend the magnitude of civil unrest that will erupt in Nigeria should this impostor continue to preside over the affairs of the country. It must be held accountable in the event of any breakdown of law and order. The only available alternative left for the Sudanese government is to diplomatically and expeditiously too, approach the Nigerian government and place demand for a hand over or recall of her citizen, presently occupying Aso Rock under the guise of President Muhammadu Buhari. This should be immediately and conscientiously driven otherwise, let the international community be put on notice should there be any ignition of destructive revolution within the West African sub-region and of course, the entire continent of Africa, in the event of delay or negligence. This mess has to be cleaned up and instantly too.

Written by Mazi Onyebuchi Eze

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Reveals More Evidence of Jibril

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Nnamdi Kanu reveals more evidence exposing Muhammadu Buhari’s impostor from biometric evidence such as palm prints to even the statements made by Aisha Buhari.

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Addresses World

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu addresses world again on Buhari and Jibril. Also he exposed the ISIS attack on Nigerian army base & debunked the lies against IPOB Nnewi protest.

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Address

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Nnamdi Kanu addresses the world on Jibril and his replacement of the dead Buhari.

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Additional Evidence of Jubril

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu shares additional information about the replacement of Buhari (after his death) with Jibril of Sudan.

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Supreme Leader Nnamdi Kanu Addresses World on Buhari

Azubuike Nwadei

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu addresses the world on Buhari and his status.

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Wounded: 4 Biafrans shot by Nigerian security during Onitsha rally

Azubuike Nwadei

4 Biafrans shot at Onitsha, Biafra Rally by Nigerian soldiers

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IPOB Statement on Nigerian Politics and the 2019 Election

Azubuike Nwadei

Uche Mefor addresses the suggestion by some that Nnamdi Kanu has agreed to work with any Nigerian politicians towards the removal of Buhari.

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