This is the News Analysis segment of the Voice of Biafra International (VOBI) broadcasts


For February 10th, 2007


You have heard the news; now, the analysis…


Fellow Biafrans:


Everyone has that sense of impending doom for Nigeria these days. If in fact senses were not dulled all these decades, in the first place, we should recognize that DOOM has always been associated with Nigeria. First, we hoped against hope that Nigeria will be better: that is hopeless. The hope was drunk and dashed. Then, we went into denial: “it shall be well with us in Nigeria,” became the mantra; but all reality proved otherwise and pointed to one thing: we are worse in Nigeria; we are worse off in Nigeria; and as if that is not bad enough, we will never get better in Nigeria. Nigeria will never get better. Next, we became paralyzed with fear because of our experience in Nigeria; and finally, now, we are paralyzed because we are beyond even fear: one has to be alive to be afraid, but we are now in coma—definitely not quite yet dead, but definitely not quite alive. It is only those of us who have woken up to survey and analyze our plight and have recognized that to survive and to live, we must seek the separation out of Nigeria of our Nation of Biafra. So, never forget how we got here, and why we got here: Nigeria has never worked, and will never work. Biafra works: it is our Divine endowment and our Divinely-mandated destiny.


We remind you of this because, depending on the death-trajectory taken by Nigeria (death of Nigeria is the given and fixed endpoint, regardless of which path Nigeria takes to it), there may be offers and concepts presented to you—offers and ideas which seek to preserve one-Nigeria in one form or another. Always, our answer is Biafra! Nothing less, nothing else! Always, our answer is Biafra.  Never again, Nigeria—no matter what form.


We know that compromisers have already been bribed and sent out to Biafraland to try to sell the idea of another political dispensation for Nigeria, still based on governance and rulership by Northerners, with the promise of giving some important positions to the Biafrans. Just think about it: Biafra has manpower. Biafra has Resources. Biafra sits on its own natural landmass. Biafra has know-how, motivation and drive. Just as important, Biafra has a higher population than Fulani alone or Hausa alone, and even both put together. On these bases alone, why should any Biafran—even a baby—listen to these compromisers? No way! Those who love Nigeria can keep Nigeria and stay in it by themselves: our interest is in Life, in the Liberty and Freedom, and in the pursuit of our existential fulfillment, things which Nigeria is completely devoid of, and which Nigeria has specifically and consistently sworn to deny us. Biafra is the antidote to Nigeria, the answer, and the opportunity to pursue and consummate this interest.


So, if anyone wants to sell you Nigeria elections in 2007, Say, No! We are going to boycott any and all Nigeria elections. We are not interested in what party: PDP, ACP, “Pee-anything,” not even APGA. We are not concerned about who is running for what in those elections, our answer is, Boycott! Even if Dim Ojukwu himself wants to subject himself to another Nigerian fraud called elections, we shall still boycott those elections (and in so doing, preserve Dim’s dignity from tarnishment by Nigeria, in addition). Boycott 2007 elections.


Demand the release of Ralph Uwazurike, the Leader of MASSOB; Uchenna Madu, the Information Director of MASSOB, other MASSOB officials, and all MASSOB members and other Biafrans from Nigeria’s jails now. In case of sudden implosion of Nigeria, work with the scared and uncertain prison guards, providing assurances and incentives for them in exchange for the safe and secure release of our people while reminding these guards that they will be held personally responsible, hunted down and brought to trial if any harm should come to even a single one of our people under their custody. Obtain the safe and unconditional release of MASSOB members and other Biafrans currently in Nigeria’s jails.


Get ready: stay ready! It’s 2007. Here comes Nigeria’s final dance of death. Here comes Biafra actualization!


Biafra alive! Because it is God Who makes it so.


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 (, now with the summary of the News Analysis in Igbo language.


Ndi Biafra, ekele e o-o!  Anyi e kelee unu.


Nkea wu akuko nke anyi na a kpo News Analysis, si na Voice of Biafra International Radio, di na Washington DC, na ala America, na a bia ra unu na abali a.


O na zi e metu onye owula na ahu na e metu kwa anyi na ile na mmuo na ndu Nigeria, a guola ubochi ya onu. Otu ahu ka o kwesiri idi: Nigeria a ka a nwu chala ugbu a, Nigeria e meela ka anyi di ka “odi-ndu-onye-nwuru-a-nwu-ka-mma.” Maka nkea, anyi e nweghi ike soro Nigeria ozo: o nweghi otu e siri me ya ka anyi diri na Nigeria ozo kwa. O wu kwa nu ihe mere anyi jiri na a cho Biafra; ihe mere anyi ga a nwetariri Biafra. Biafra wu ebe Chineke kwadorola anyi, were ya nye anyi, tinye anyi na ime ya, ka anyi bie ndu oma ga e wetara ma anyi ma Ya aha oma.


Unu cheta otu Nigeria mere anyi, unu a mara na anyi ga a boycott election Nigeria o wurugodi ma o ga e nwe isi. E geghi kwala ha nti no olu wu nde efulefu mgbe ha ga a si gi ka i tuo votu na party ka ma o wu nke ozo; ma o wu gi tuoro onye di otua di otua votu, ma o wughi la di Dim Ojukwu. Unu a tupughi kwara la ha onu. Naani Boycottu ka anyi ma na ihe o wula gbasara Nigeria na election ha.


Anyi ga e nweta mkpoputa, na ime afo ya, nke Ralph Uwazurike, onye isi MASSOB, Uchenna Madu, onye ndu MASSOB, na nde ndu MASSOB ndi ozo, na ndi na ile wu ndi otu MASSOB nde Obasanjo tinyere na mkporo ndi Nigeria, na umu Biafra ndi ozo ndi Nigeria turu mkporo maka ha na a ga ozi nweta Biafra. Mgbe Nigeria ga a gba-oku na onwu-nwu ya, nke ga a bia na mbge e teeghi zi anya, anyi ga a hu na ndi nche mkporo ya ga a gbaghie uzo ka umu nne anyi ndia puta na o nweghi nsogbu ma o wu mmeru-ahu mere ha. Maka, ihe owula mere umu nne anyi ndia na oge di otua, o wu na isi ndi nche mkporo ka o di.


Nde Biafra: ngwanu ya! Jisie unu ike; gbaa unu ume, masie unu obi ike. Jikere kwa unu: oge onwu Nigeria di nso. Oge nweta Biafra e ru wela.


Biafra, ndu gi! Biafra, ndu gi!! Biafra, ndu gi!!!—na ndu anyi kwa. Maka Chineke nonyere la gi—nonyere kwa ra anyi!


Ndewo unu!



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