THE BIAFRAN “OGBUNIGWE”

In October 1967, the federal troops, having captured and secured Enugu, the capital of Biafra, were on their way to Awka and Onitsha, the commercial nerve centre of Biafra, through the old Enugu-Awka-Onitsha road. The well armed, heavily equipped federal troops, with their superior fire power, encountered a battalion of poorly equipped, out-gunned and virtually […]

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A FORMER MERCENARY WHO FOUGHT ON THE BIAFRAN SIDE DURING THE CIVIL WAR GAVE THE FOLLOWING ACCOUNT OF HIS EXPERIENCE: By Femi Fani-Kayode.

“Nigeria is a typical West African mess of a country, only bigger and meaner. It’s divided up the usual way: the coastal tribes are Christianized from sucking up to the European colonists. The further inland you go, the drier, hungrier and more Islamic it gets. The Brits grabbed the Nigerian coastline from the Portuguese when […]

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THE IGBO BECAME CHRISTIANS BY COERCION/FORCE – NOT BY INSPIRATION OF THE HOLY SPIRIT. By Chuka Nduneseokwu

Majority of the Igbo accepted christianity through coercion and not an immediate inspiration of the Holy spirit. Now before you (the Igbo/African Christian) begin to tear yourself apart on this, I would want us all to pay attention and take these lessons of our history. If you must understand why the Igbo practice Christianity as opposed […]

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