This is the News Analysis segment of the Voice of Biafra International broadcasts


For October 16th, 2004


You have heard the news; now, the analysis…


“My peoples and my nations shall not be sacrificed for the sake of preserving a worthless idea called Nigeria.” So speaketh the Lord. And so it is.


“The peoples and their nations must live and thrive, though the name and concept of Nigeria die. The peoples and their nations must not, and will not, be allowed to perish just to save a dying Nigeria.” So says the Lord.


Fellow Biafrans: the Word of God has no expiration; yet, its fulfillment can be unexpected.


We continue to witness the depravity of a few of our own people when we read what Nnamani recently wrote—things not worth repeating here, except to say that in a way, it is good that the efulefu among us are revealing themselves by themselves. You should now know that it is getting to “harvest time,” when the grain is separated from chaff, the latter to be discarded. It is pruning season, when useless branches and leaves are cleaved off preparatory to the growth and fruiting of the mother-tree. Persons like Nnamani who come to us to praise Obasanjo are truly sick. We shall ignore him and sideline him—along with his ilk.


We note the arrogance of so-called governors in occupied Biafraland. Some of them have no shame at all. They walk around talking about “legitimacy,” a word that should stick in their throat and choke them if they insist on lying and on being hypocrites. Doesn’t it make you want to vomit to read or hear someone like Ngige claim that he and his administration have legitimacy in Anambra state?  Which one of those governors does not realize that the people of Biafra do in fact know that in April 2003, the people’s electoral mandate given to APGA was stolen in broad daylight by PDP-Obasanjo fraud-machine? They stole from us: they know it; they know that we know it; yet they prance around acting like and claiming that they are legitimate? They are essentially calling us fools and cowards because we allowed them to get away with it. They have concluded that we are weak, powerless and harmless.


We can only advise them to witness what is happening to the master-fraudster—their slave master—called General Obasanjo, today. This current NLC strike which almost all the peoples living a life of suffering in Nigeria observed should prove to Obasanjo and his cabal that he may in fact usurp power as he has done, but the peoples will never support him. Only the previously demonstrated timidity of the leadership of NLC can save Obasanjo now.  But, sooner or later, even NLC, backed by disenfranchised peoples suffering in Nigeria, will be forced to develop some backbone and deal the ultimate blow to Obasanjo. By the same token, all the so-called governors and their parasitic administrations in occupied Biafraland should realize that though they have seized power, the people of Biafra will never support them, and they will never represent the people of Biafra. Ultimately, we, the people, shall take back what is ours, in the name of Sovereign Biafra and for the glory of the people of the nation of Biafra.


Fellow Biafrans, we are advising you to be ready for a long drawn-out struggle, if it should come to that. Therefore, resolve, in your mind today, that whatever it takes, however long it takes, we are in this for the duration. Yet, let us stay poised to act if any opportunity should present itself rather unexpectedly. While we do not expect much more out of this strike knowing that NLC always stops short of the goal—in fact, NLC stops no where even near the goal; instead, each time adds more losses to the original loss—there is yet a chance that things could get out of hand and the dying, staggering paper-giant with clay feet fall and shatter. There is no reason to believe that Nigeria will survive this strike if the strike lasts long enough. In that case, let us be of one mind and stick to Biafra / Biafra actualization. And, in that day, have no patience for any Igbo-Biafran who would preach one-Nigeria.  We have already had enough of one-Nigeria, and enough of the distraction.


Especially considering that Atiku came to Onitsha, Biafraland, only this week, to declare that the Igbo have benefited from Nigeria. We suppose we should then kneel before Atiku and thank him profusely, like Orji Uzor Kalu, Nnamani, Irukwu, Iwuanyanwu and a few others would recommend? Let us assume for one moment that he is correct in his statement; then, let us ask him what specific benefit Ndigbo have gotten from Nigeria which Ndigbo have, not just prepaid for, but actually also, over-paid for, with our blood, our body, our sweat and our tears? And even at that, what benefit have Ndigbo gotten from Nigeria which Nigeria has not tried, successfully too, to take away most of, just to spite and humiliate Ndigbo? Let us ask Atiku: what do his people bring to Nigeria, and what have his people taken out of Nigeria? Since this man lacks insight and discernment, it will be pointless for us to explain it all to him. However, we want to tell Atiku that he is not welcome in Biafraland. Like his kinsmen, Babangida and Buhari and Gowon and the rest of them, he is not welcome in Biafraland, because they supervised the ongoing killing and raping of our people and our land, and they are yet to speak up and speak out against these crimes against humanity, or show remorse, let alone apologize and make amends for their unconscionable acts against Igbo / Biafrans. And, while they come down to our land at will and with arrogance, how many Biafrans can visit any part of Awusa-land and act with any freedom at all, or with any guarantee of their personal safety and security? This is what they call their one-Nigeria, and this is what a few Igbo efulefu’s are defending, and want to be president of in 2007? This is truly aru!


We must not forget that many MASSOB members and other Biafrans are held unjustly in Nigerian jails today by those who like to lecture us that “ one is above the law...”  We must work vigorously and feverishly to obtain the release of our Biafran people while we invoke our Chi to check those whose arrogant hypocrisy in itself is a travesty to cosmic justice, deserving its due.


Just think: when we have our own nation of Biafra, how will this type of gross injustice be tolerated, and who would do such an immoral thing? It would be unthinkable in the first place.


Biafra is the answer. Biafra is the complete answer. Biafra is the only correct answer.


And, it shall be—it is, because that’s God’s intention in creating Biafra, creating Biafrans, and giving them Biafra.


Biafra alive!


That’s the news analysis for the week. Thank you.



God bless and keep Biafra, and you, until our next broadcast. Voice of Biafra International (VOBI) broadcast continues ( with the summary of the News Analysis in Igbo language.



Ndi Biafra, anyi e kelee unu.


Nke a bu akuko nke anyi na a kpo News Analysis si na Voice of Biafra International radio di na Washington DC na ala Amerika na a bia ra unu na abali a.


Na mbido, anyi na e wetara unu okwu si na onu Chineke anyi na a si na Ya a gaghi e kwe ka okike Ya, nke unu dum bu, la na iyi site na ihi ihe ojo o ahu a na a kpo Nigeria. Chineke na e kwu si na Nigeria ga a nwu, ma na okike nke Chineke, nke bu unu dum, ga a di ndu, ma na e ri kwa ndu, bi e kwa ogologo ndu. Nde Biafra: Okwu Chineke e nweghi nkwusi tutu o mezuo; ma na mmezu ya nwere ike i bia na mbgerede.


O di ka isi o mebiri nde ufodu ndi umu Igbo-Biafra. I nu kwara na Nnamani, onye zu ru ochichi governor na ohi na ala Igbo, na e kwu, na a su, na a ja na na e to Obasanjo? Nnamani agho o la onye otu Irukwu na Iwuanyanwu, umu boi-boi Obasanjo. Ndi Biafra, unu e nye kwa la ha ugwu ma o wu nsopuru obula, ma o wu tupuru ha onu. Ihe ha na eme wu i ji aka ha na onwe ha ghoputa onwe ha, na ha wu ndi nzuzu na nde iro Biafra; otu a ka ha jiri me e ka anyi mara nde ha wu.


O wu udi nzuzu di otu a ka ndi ochichi governor na ile na ala Biafra na eme. Ha e chefue la na ha zu u ru ochichi na ohi, maka ndi Igbo-ndi Biafra tu nyerela APGA vote na onwa April na afo 2003, ma na ndi oshi, ndi ama na ugha a na a kpo PDP na onye isi ha, Obasanjo, a ga a megharia ihe na ile, we re otu a zu o okwa na ile na ochichi na oshi. Ighiere a naghi eme ha. Ha chere na o nweghi ihe ndi mmadu ndi Biafra ga eme ha.


Ma na nkwusi-oru a na a kpo strike nke na eme ugbu a na ala Nigeria zi ri na nde mmadu na ile ndi bi na ime Nigeria juru ochichi Obasanjo aju. Ha a kwadoghi Obasanjo. Nke a kwesiri i zi nde governor-ohi a no na ala Biafra otu ihe ga esi kwa a ga na ala Biafra. Oha Biafra a choghi ihe Nigeria; anyi a kwadoghi Obasanjo, anyi a kwadoghi ndi governor a na ile. Anyi ga a naputa ha ochichi na okwa ndi a mgbe anyi nwetara Biafra.


Anyi na e ji oge nke a na a gwa unu ka unu gbaa ume maka ihe anyi na eme na inweta Biafra. Unu nwe ndidi, ma na kweta kwa na anyi ga na a ru oru, anyi ga na e me ihe kwesiri i me i nweta Biafra, rue mgbe o ga a di, mgbe o ga eme. Ma na o wuru na ihe mebi cha a na ala Nigeria na oge nkwusi-oru a, anyi ga e were oghere a nweta Biafra ozugbo ozugbo. O wuru ma o wu otu a ka o ga esi me e, unu e kweghi kwa la ka onye o bula kwu siri anyi okwu ihe gbasara one-Nigeria: o wu so o so Biafra ka anyi choro.


Iwe di anyi na obi maka vice presdent Nigeria a na a kpo Atiku biara na Onitsha, na ala Biafra, bia i gwa anyi na Ndigbo na eri ta uru na ime Nigeria. Wo wo ro anyi! O wu nu ka anyi gbi e re Atiku ikpere na ala ma ka uru anyi na erita na ala Nigeria? Anyi na a ju Atiku ka o zi anyi uru obula nke Ndigbo riri na Nigeria nke Ndigbo a kwubeghi ugwo ya, jiri obara anyi, na ahu anyi, na ita ahu hu? Onwe e la uru Ndigbo nwe tara na ime Nigeria nke ndi Nigeria a naraghi anyi ma hapu ru anyi so o so okpukpu? Anyi na kwa a ju Atiku: kedi ihe ndi Awusa we tara la Nigeria? O ga a gwanwuko anyi uru na ile nde Awusa ibe ya zu u ru na Nigeria? Anyi na a gwa Atiku na anyi a chokwaghi ya na ala Biafra ozo—ya na umu nna ya—Babangida, Buhari, Gowon na ndi ozo ndi soro gbue ndi Biafra, na mebi e ala Biafra; ndi a bia be e si ndi Biafra, “Ndo unu!’ ma ka ihe aru ha me re ndi Biafra.  Cheta kwa unu na ndi ala ha a naghi e kwe ka onye Biafra bi e na udo na ala ha. Ha a bia kwa la na ala Biafra.


Anyi a gaghi e chefu na ndi Nigeria ti nyere otutu umu nne anyi ndi MASSOB ndi Biafra na nga na e nweghi kwa nu ihe ojo o ha me re, so o so na ha na a cho inweta Biafra. Anyi ga eme ihe na ile anyi kwesiri ime i ji zoputa ha na nkporo. Anyi e we li e la aka anyi na elu na a kpoku Chi anyi si ya le e kwa ihe ndi Nigeria ka na e me anyi.


 O wu udi ihe di otua mere ka anyi ji ri mara na o wu so o so Biafra ga edozi ma na elekota ndu anyi anya. Maka o wu ihe mere Chineke jiri ke e Biafra, ke e kwa anyi nde Biafra, we e nye anyi Biafra.


Biafra, ndu gi! Biafra, ndu gi!! Biafra, ndu gi!!! Ma ka Chineke no nyere la gi!


Ndewo unu!



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