• MASSOB Biafra-Nigeria News: Youths Beg Niger Delta Avengers, Biafra Agitators to Embrace Peace - 08/13/2016
  • The Buhari and Osibanjo Youth Support Movement (BOYSM), an NGO, on Wednesday appealed to the Niger Delta Avengers and Biafra agitators to embrace peace and reconciliation for national unity.

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  • MASSOB Biafra-Nigeria News: How Bigwigs Formed Avengers Militant Group - 08/13/2016
  • The Reformed Niger Delta Avengers, RNDA, yesterday, released more details of how sponsors of Niger Delta Avengers, NDA, formed the militant group in Bayelsa State and shared US dollars to ex-militants at one of the meetings.

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  • MASSOB Biafra-Nigeria News: Obiano’s Olive Branch - 08/13/2016
  • Opinion – News reports were effusive in capturing the significant moment. This was how a leading daily celebrated it: "In what could be described as a surprise to all in attendance, Governor Obiano in a most humble manner apologised to his predecessor (Mr. Peter Obi) for any wrong he may have done him, prompting the former governor to approach him at the podium and embrace him. Together they knelt down before the altar and the Archbishop, Metropolitan Province of Onitsha, Most Reverend Valerian Okeke, prayed for the

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  • MASSOB Biafra-Nigeria News: IPOB Jubilates in Onitsha As FG Releases Detained Members - 08/13/2016
  • Fresh hope, Thursday rose for members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB as the federal government of Nigeria, through the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice released all their members who were arrested by various security agencies in Aba, Abia state, during their prayer rally in February, this year and clamped into detention camps and prison custody.

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  • MASSOB Biafra-Nigeria News: Desertification Fuels Deadly Clashes - 08/13/2016
  • Analysis – Growing desertification and violence in Nigeria is forcing thousands of Muslim herdsmen to move south, leading to clashes with Christian crop farmers. Residents and activists report that hundreds have been killed.

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  • MASSOB Biafra-Nigeria News: IPOBJubilates As FG Releases Detained Members in Aba - 08/13/2016
  • -Fresh hope yesterday rose for members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, as the Federal Government, through the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, released all their members who were arrested by various security agencies in Aba, Abia State, during their prayer rally in February, this year and clamped into detention camps and prison custody.

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  • MASSOB Biafra-Nigeria News: Igbos, Ngige and the Buhari Govt - 08/13/2016
  • Opinion – Recently a fabricated story went viral on social and traditional media alleging that the Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr. Chris Ngige, was booed at a Town Hall forum organised by the Federal Ministry of Information in Enugu while trying to defend President Muhammadu Buhari's alleged lopsided appointments.

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  • MASSOB Biafra-Nigeria News: Detained Pro-Biafra Leader, Nnamdi Kani, Disowns Mend – Set for Govt Talks - 08/13/2016
  • Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the separatist group, Indigenous People of Biafra, has expressed the willingness of his group to negotiate with the Federal Government to end the agitation for self-governance.

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  • MASSOB Biafra-Nigeria News: Restructuring – Nigeria Must Devolve Power or Die – Prof. Adamolekun - 08/10/2016
  • Opinion – Professor Ladipo Adamolekun, 74, an Awoist, erudite scholar and administrator, is not happy with the state of affairs in Nigeria and has urged urgent solutions. According to him, the clamour for restructuring of the country is fast becoming a slogan in the face of a failing state. For the giant of Africa to return to the era when Nigeria worked with features such as educational excellence, meritocracy and strong institutions, the former University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University) lecturer said we mu

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  • MASSOB Biafra-Nigeria News: Kanu’s Continued Detention May Trigger Crisis in S-East – Ohanaeze Youths - 08/10/2016
  • Ohanaeze Youth Council has reaffirmed its position that the continued detention of leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu by the Federal Government was "escalating tension and ill-feelings" in the South East and urged the government to release him.

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