Wednesday, 31 May 2017

News Release: In Commemoration of Biafra At 50: Lessons And Moving Forward

We recall that it has been 50 years since the declaration of the State of Biafra and the ensuing 3 years civil war that led to unprecedented bloodshed. The civil war left deep scars on the landscape and conscience of Nigeria. The civil war in a profound way negatively changed the dynamics of Nigeria’s economic, political and social development.  We also recall recent events which have reopened the wounds and scars of the war and brought back the issues of Biafra and societal justice. 50 years after the unfortunate event presents an opportunity for resetting the buttons and re-ordering our national priorities on the basis of respect for the fundamental issues of federalism, justice, equity, and the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms for all.

News Release: How Nigeria’s Oldest Tribe (Igbo) Lost 3.5Million People & $50Billion Properties To Criminal Hausa-Fulani Muslim Citizens And Their Allies Since 1945 (72Yrs)

The leadership of Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law (Intersociety) can authoritatively and researchably confirm that Igbo Ethnic Nationality in Nigeria, which is Nigeria’s oldest tribe or ethnic nationality, had since 1945 till date, lost not less than 3.5million People and properties valued at over $50billion to criminal Hausa-Fulani Muslim citizens and their allies.