BEFORE WE SINK DEEPER INTO THE ABYSS OF DESTRUCTION When Aburi Accord could not stand, Chief Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu jetted out of the country and was granted asylum. Not less than 5million Igbos were slaughtered between 1967 and 1970. Anybody who thinks that Biafra can be realised by a protracted arm struggle or churning out propaganda from outside the country is making the worst mistake ever.
According to history, Biafra was a nation created in West Africa and it existed for only three years during the Nigerian civil war.Biafra was made up of eastern states before it was scattered, after Nigeria won them in the civil war.Biafra was organized and fought by some prominent people and even till today, it has people who are still fighting for it to come to reality.
Despite being 52 years of age as of today, Bianca Ojukwu can still stand as a solid definition of a "Timeless Beauty". In the 80's, Ms. Bianca participated in 5 different beauty competitions; 3 of which she won and 1 of which was given a title in. Today, we will be going back to the years 1988 and 1989; the era in which Bianca Ojukwu was at peak of her beauty career. Born on the 5th of August 1968, Ms. Bianca Ojukwu was the the wife to the late former President of the then Biafra Republic of 1967, Chukwuemeka
Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu was born in 1933 in Zungeru, a community in the northern part of Nigeria.He was a Nigerian politician.
It is often said, that war doesn't determine who is right but who is left.The Biafran civil war has been regarded by human rights activists as a genocidal attempt, by the then-commanders of the nation.There would have been fewer casualties if only the major key players in the nation, had stayed put at the time.
History The idea for secession of the former Eastern Nigeria as an Independent Republic of Biafra or Sovereignty State of Biafra should be said to have began immediately after the counter coup of July 29, 1966; and the Pogrom or Igbo genocide which followed thereafter.All these events were the immediate actions that led to the clamour for the secession of Former Southeastern Nigeria by Major Gen. Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu on May 30th, 1966 after the elders of the then former Eastern Nigeria proposed the motion.
The Federal Republic of Biafra has been the dream of the Igbos in Nigeria.They believe that they are not supposed to be included in the amalgamation of the entity called Nigeria.For this reason, they are fighting to be independent, at a point in time, Biafra was actualized but circumstances surrounding it led to its short lived history.
Remembering Sir Louis Odumegwu-Ojukwu, Africa's first billionaire who died in 1966 Human life can be likened to the passage/flow of air.It is not forever but the effect can be felt.We human beings have short time to spend on planet earth.
Between May 1967 to January 1970, the issue of secessionist who want to Eastern part of Nigeria to split was very hot.There are some personalities that played huge roles in the struggle.
Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu and Bianca Odinakachukwu Onoh tied the knot in a church wedding in 1994. Ojukwu and Bianca had began dating in 1989 and decided to get married 5 years later, but it was without the consent of Bianca's father, Chief C.C Onoh. However, in 2001, seven years after the church wedding, Bianca's father, Chief Onoh gave his consent and Ojukwu came to fulfill the traditional marriage rites. Bianca, now 52, was the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria and also Miss Africa in 1988. The following
The historical throwback pictures of the traditional wedding of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu have become a history.The wedding which took place on November 12 1994 at Ngwo, in Enugu state.Both Nigerians and beyond who attend the wedding ceremony testify the beauty of love.Ikemba gburu gburu is married to Bianca Odinakachukwu on November 12 1994.
In May 30, 1967, a young Lt Colonel, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu announced the separation of Biafra from Nigeria. That time, Biafra was the old eastern region. This declaration led to the Civil war of (1967-1970). The bloody war caused the death of many people in the old eastern region.
Nigerian economic standard of living has increased in such a way that many cannot afford three square meals as before.This effect have lead to malnutrition.Just today the students of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu ( COOU) Uli campus, embark on a peaceful protest.The protest starts from the school gate to other parts of the school.
The Nigeria Civil war is not something that can just be forgotten in haste as it leds to the death of about 8000 -30,000 Igbos and over a million relocated back to the region because of the attack on them.
Businessman and lawmaker representing Anambra South Senatorial District, Senator Ifeanyi Ubah, has revealed in his recent interview with BBC Igbo that he once paid the medical bills of the late icon, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu. Ubah said as a good indigene of the Igboland when Ojukwu died in London — he paid the sum of £30,000 to clear the medical bills accrued by the late statesman and politician.
Nigerian Government and Politics from the colonial era to political independence and till date is replete with cases of marginalization, brutality and massacre of the Igbo race.
By Mike Onyeama In developed nations of the world, self determination or actualisation, is a right accrue to a group, group of individuals among others.Such rights which are embedded in the constitution of such nations, guides the modus operandi of the individuals or groups agitating for self determination but in Nigeria, such call for self determination is a hoax.
[26-04-2021] Breaking: Five Dead As Gunmen Set Ablaze Imo Police Area Command Unknown gunmen on Monday razed the Okigwe South Police Area Command situated in Orieagu in the Ehime Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State.A police officer at the headquarters who spoke with Punch noted that the gunmen on arrival at the station opened fire on the cops who challenged them.
President Muhammadu Buhari in a live interview with Arise TV on 10th June 2021 described the Indigenous People of Biafra clamoring for secession as a dot in the circle that has nowhere to go. Recall that late Lt. col. Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu started the agitation for secession which eventually lead to a full-blown civil war that lasted for about 3 years.
Once the All Progressive Grand Alliance(APGA) is mentioned in the south east geopolitical zone of Nigeria, the memory of late Gen. Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu would always resonate in the minds of the people. No doubt, the respect paid to his memory has contributed immensely to the party's continuous winning of governorship election in Anambra State from its inception.