Thursday, 7 July 2016

News Release: Buhari Has Resorted To Kidnappings, Abductions And Silent Murder Of Biafrans

Retired Major General Muhammadu Buhari has now resorted to kidnappings, abductions, and  silent murder of Biafrans as a response to the United Nations-backed quest for self-determination being undertaken in a peaceful/non-violent manner by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. There have been several cases of abductions and kidnapping of Biafrans by the agents of Buhari called the Department of State Services (DSS) which started on October 14, 2015 with the kidnapping of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB. Following the abduction of the IPOB leader, hundreds of Biafrans have been kidnapped by the DSS and other agents of Buhari.

News Release: Abia Governorship Failed Coup & Related Others

The Southeast Based Coalition of Human Rights Organizations (SBCHROs) comprising: International Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety),  Anambra State Branch of the Civil Liberties Organization (CLO), Center for Human Rights & Peace Advocacy (CHRPA), Human Rights Club (a project of LRRDC)(HRC), Forum for Justice, Equity & Defense of Human Rights (FJEDHR), Society Advocacy Watch Project (SPAW), Anambra Human Rights Forum (AHRF), Southeast Good Governance Forum (SGGF), International Solidarity for Peace & Human Rights Initiative (ITERSOLIDARITY) and Igbo Ekunie Initiative (pan Igbo rights advocacy group) wish to tell all Nigerians and members of the international community to hold Senior Advocates of Anarchy in the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) as well as the government of  Gen Muhammadu Buhari responsible in the event of total collapse of the country’s pluralistic democracy and constitutionalism including the rule of law and respect for and protection of constitutional liberties .

Article: Edwin Madunagu@ 70

Edwin Madunagu

By Chido Onumah

It is not very often that I find myself writing a tribute considering that ours is a country where heroes and heroines are in short supply. But I couldn’t allow this particular occasion to pass without reflecting on what Edwin Madunagu, popularly called Eddie by friends and comrades, means to me, to Nigeria and the international socialist movement. Eddie has been described by one of his contemporaries and closest comrades, BiodunJeyifo, Harvard University’s Professor of African and African American Studies and Comparative Literature, as “the greatest materialist historian and archivistof socialism and the Left in Nigeria’s political history”.