BLC stands for; Biafra Liberation Council. It is a Coalition of several Liberation Groups in the entire Biafra Region stretching from Bight of Biafra to Agbor and encompassing Ijaw Coastal areas of Ondo, Edo and Delta States.
BLC was formed after several meetings of pro-Biafra agitators among several ethnic groupings that made up Biafra, mainly; Igbo, Ibibio, Ijaw, Efik, ....
Only indigenes of the former Eastern Region and the Ijaw speaking areas of Ondo, Edo & Delta residing within and outside the areas, are eligible to be members. Significantly, there....More
We are today confronted with two great monsters: A revolution to change/arrest a fast decaying or eroding cultural, educational, scientific, political and moral values, which adversely affected...More
Biafra the Fourth Kingdom on Earth!
The Holy city of God we welcome Thee. The perfected perfection of God we adore your beauty; the dwelling place of God.
“Self-determination is our inherent Divine right and no people or Nation under whatever guise can take this right away from us”
All over the world, colonial people at the height of their struggle for the emancipation of the populace from ills such as slavery, political, social and economic injustice find it expedient to hold the philosophy that to sit or keep mute and inarticulate when circumstance demand protest is a sinful act of cowardice. Today, we have reached the same stage and we will continue to protest and demonstrate to the world against a people that has for the past 98 years being over Exploited, Oppressed, Misgoverned and deprived of their God given-freedom.
We have kept mute over our miseries for too long, we have been kept away from the light for a very long time now, we can no longer afford to keep silent and condone further slavery or toying with the destiny of our people. Grave as these problems are today that confronts us every day, we are....More
This brief historical analysis of some events that happened in Nigeria which led to the 30 month Nigeria/Biafra war – 6th July 1967 – 15th January 1970.
Northern Nigeria has always maintained that the Amalgamation of Northern and Southern Nigeria was a mistake. In January 1950, at the general conference summoned at Ibadan to discuss proposals for the review of the Nigeria Constitution, the Northern Nigeria delegates announced that unless the Northern region was allowed 50% of the seats in the Central Legislature, it would ask for separation from the rest of Nigeria on the arrangements existing before 1914. To avoid the break of the country, the colonial authorities conceded to this demand.