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31 Sit-At-Home as a powerful means of civil disobedience
Mahatma Gandhi was the first in modern time to practice 'sit-at-home' ('non-co-operation' as he called it), in his liberation struggle to free his Indian people from the British colonial yoke.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/092721.html
32 U.N. must take a decision on Biafra (Part 2)
Chief Obafemi Awolowo was more pointed in echoing similar sentiment, when he said, 'All is fair in war, and starvation is one of the weapons of war. I don't see why we should feed our enemies fat in order for them to fight harder.'
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33 U.N. must take a decision on Biafra (Part 1)
It is now over fifty years since the supposedly end of the Nigeria-Biafra War that lasted three years (1967-1970). Yet, those conditions that caused the war are still there, unaddressed.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/091921.html
34 The IPOB's 'Sit-at-Home' and the Biafra struggle (Conclusion)
Following the huge success and solidarity recorded on Monday, August 9, 2021 sit-at-home in the Southeastern Nigeria (Biafraland), the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has decided to review it. ... will now be taking place only on days...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/081621.html
35 The potency of 'Sit-at-Home' as civil disobedience (Part 1)
Igbo have no king. This is so, because, you have to convince an Igbo person, beyond all reasonable doubt, before he/she could agree to follow you.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/081421.html
36 Nigeria and Biafra-phobia: Matters Arising
One of the worst mistakes of those who have been piloting the affairs of the Nigerian State since the end of the war in 1970, to the present-day, is to think that by placing anathema on the word 'Biafra', and by banning the teaching of 'Nigerian History'...
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/080121.html
37 Nigeria and the battle with Nnamdi Kanu 'Biafra Spirit'
The Nigerian government under the watch of President Buhari does not want the world to see the wounded Nnamdi Kanu physically in court, what was left of him after his abduction (extraordinary rendition) in Kenya.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/072921.html
38 The President's anti-Igbo profile at a glance
It is a well-known fact that the main reason for which Buhari/Idiagbon staged their military coup of 1983 was to make sure that the Vice-President Dr. Alex Ekwueme, an Igbo, did not succeed Alhaji Shehu Shagari as President of Nigeria.
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/071421.html
39 Igbo territorial lost of sovereignty and the fatigue of Nnamdi Kanu
The present travails of Nnamdi Kanu at the hands of President Muhammed Buhari's regime has showed-chased, once again, the 'Biafra Question' in the post-war Nigeria. The post-war 'Biafra Question', expressed best in the following parting words of Dim...
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40 Nnamdi Kanu and the storm of a prophet
In that article, I minced no word, when I blamed the government for taking such violent action against unarmed, non-violent Nnamdi Kanu and his IPOB members....
URL: https://nigeriaworld.com/feature/publication/oborji/070721.html

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