We are the Indigenous People of Biafra, seeking the Restoration of the Sovereign and Independent Nation-state of Biafra, a Judeo-Christian Nation. We are also fighting against radical Islamic terrorism that has slaughtered millions of our People and is hell bent on the occupation and Islamization of our Motherland, Biafra. Biafra was formerly part of Nigeria- a British "colonial" contraption with an abysmal record in governance and human rights. .
Mazi Tim Okafor
IPOB National Coordinator - Canada
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF BIAFRA CANADA - NATIONAL & PROVINCIAL LEADERSHIP
Mazi Tim Okafor - National Coordinator
Mazi Collins Ogoke - Deputy National Coordinator
Princess Joy Ochiabuto - National General Secretary
Mazi Okwy Onwuka - Provincial Coordinator - Alberta
Mazi Onyeka Okekenta Jude - Provincial Coordinator - Ontario
Mazi Aime Harmattan - Provincial Coordinator - Québec
Mazi Emma Ihejirika - Provincial Coordinator - British Columbia
Madam Ngozi Ekweredike - Assistant Provincial Coordinator - Alberta
Mazi Christian Okpalaku - Assistant Provincial Coordinator - Québec
Mazi Emmanuel Ihejieto - Assistant Provincial Coordinator - Ontario
Mazi Alex Effiong - Assistant Provincial Coordinator - British Columbia
In memory of 3.5 million Biafrans killed by Nigeria and the World 1967 - 1970
Simply to restore the State of Biafra by the means of peaceful agitation, Civil disobedience, Call for Referendum, in truth and honesty, by the power of Chiukwu Okike Abiama, through the bits of help of our leader Nnamdi Kanu, the IPOB Directorate of State, the Radio Biafra London and the entire IPOB family worldwide. Biafra will become the beacon of democracy in Africa. The resilience of the State of Israel is a model for Biafra
A clip from late Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu which has been hidden from the United States of America and the general public by Britain and Nigeria, has eventually surfaced 51 years later. Just like the events of today, Biafrans in early years sought for a referendum to determine their continued existence in Nigeria but Nigeria on her part, blatantly objected to the call and opted to wage an aggressive war against the Biafran activists.
History is definitely about to repeat itself. The question therefore is: why does Nigeria cherish war instead of a roundtable discussion? Attentively listening to this clip will make you understand that late Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu tried in his capacity, to win an amicable settlement through a roundtable discussion with full representation from some other countries, AU and other sections of the country but was roundly rebuffed. But instead, Nigeria insisted on executing a war of aggression against Biafrans.
Another debacle is gradually playing out today, 51 years after. The world is also an accomplice in this war of aggression against the people through it's conspiratorial silence. Will another episode of that gruesome experience be allowed to play out again? Will the International Community permit another weight of annihilation experience to be visited on the Biafran people, in their resilient quest albeit peacefully, to get Biafra unfetteredly restored? The International Community must come to terms with reality and synergize in their support for Biafra referendum to permanently proffer solution to this problem.