BIAFRA PART 21 : This Was How Many Biafran Soldiers are When They Defeated The Nigerian soldiers in the first session of the war

BIAFRA WAR PART 21 : This Was How Many Biafran Soldiers are When They Defeated The Nigerian soldiers in the first session of the war

BIAFRA WAR PART 21: This Was How Many Biafran Soldiers are When They Defeated The Nigerian soldiers in the first session of the war Biafra had only two thousand troops at the beginning of the war. Most of the soldiers were former Nigerian army soldiers—Easterners who were based in Enugu and other former Nigerian military […]

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Biafra War Part 19 : Download, read and Listen to The Biafra National Anthem

Biafra War Part 19 : Listen to The Biafra National Anthem The Nigeria-Biafra War led to an explosion of musical, lyrical, and poetic creativity and artistry. The Biafra National Anthem was based on a Poem written by Nnamdi Azikiwe and the tune was adopted from Jean Sibelius’ “Finlandia”. and was written as follows The Biafra […]

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BIAFRA PART 21 : This Was How Many Biafran Soldiers are When They Defeated The Nigerian soldiers in the first session of the war

BIAFRA WAR PART 18 : 7 Things you dont know about the Biafra Money notes/Legal tender

BIAFRA WAR PART 18: Things you don’t know about the Biafra Money notes/Legal tender Once secession was declared it became clear that the war effort required a great deal of military equipment—artillery, planes, boats, tanks, guns, grenades, mines, bombs, etc. Biafra needed the means to access foreign exchange and a legal tender for commerce. One […]

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BIAFRA PART 21 : This Was How Many Biafran Soldiers are When They Defeated The Nigerian soldiers in the first session of the war

BIAFRA WAR PART 15 : How the Nigerian Army recaptured Umuahia from Biafran Soldiers

How the Nigerian Army recaptured Umuahia from Biafran Soldiers After Mohammed Shuwa’s First Division has overran Abakaliki and Afikpo. Umuahia became the only major Urban area in the possession of Biafrans that the Nigerian Soldiers are yet to overtake. Gowon Rapidly increased the size of his army to well over 250,000 men and women. This […]

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BIAFRA WAR PART 1 : The Root Cause of The Nigerian Civil War, Also Known as The 1996 Coup

BIAFRA WAR PART 13 : Biafra Soldiers Suffers More Defeat

BIAFRA WAR PART 13: Biafra Soldiers Suffers More Defeat After Gowon has restrategized and repositioned his best men in the army, Mohammed Shuwa’s first Army Division ,advancing with Theophilus Danjuma, quickly overran the University town of Nsukka, and then relentlessly bombarded Biafra’s capital with heavy armaments. The military operation was aided by Egyptian mercenary pilots […]

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BIAFRA WAR PART 1 : The Root Cause of The Nigerian Civil War, Also Known as The 1996 Coup

Biafra War PART 12 : ASABA MASSACRE AND HOW BIAFRA ARMY SUFFER THEIR FIRST DEFEAT

After the Biafra military has invaded the Midwest, Gowon restrategized. He placed the best military personnel in three key roles as part of his agenda to “crush the Biafrans.” Mohammed Shuwa was commander in charge of the First Division of the federal army. His orders were to advance from Northern Nigeria with his troops to […]

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BIAFRA WAR PART 1 : The Root Cause of The Nigerian Civil War, Also Known as The 1996 Coup

BIAFRA WAR PART 5 : Role of OAU and How Both Parties (Biafra and Nigeria Started Seeking International Support)

BIAFRA WAR PART 5 : The major reason perceived as why Nigeria didn’t want Biafra to go is because other ethnic nationalities would follow suit, The Nigeria Government therefore had to block Biafra secession to prevent the dissolution of Nigeria. The Organization of African Unity (O.A.U) attempted to facilitate a number of peace meetings throughout […]

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BIAFRA WAR PART 1 : The Root Cause of The Nigerian Civil War, Also Known as The 1996 Coup

BIAFRA WAR PART 2: Red Flags of the 1996 Coup the Nigeria Leaders Ignored and eventually led to Civil War

BIAFRA WAR PART 2: Red Flags of the 1996 Coup the Nigeria Leaders ignored and eventually led to Civil War There were more and more reports of massacres and not only in the north but also in the west, Lagos particularly and a lot of the burning anger of the people and leaders from the […]

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