The spasms of rage that followed the incarceration of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of Indigenous People of Biafra and Director of Radio Biafra, in some parts of South East Nigeria have morphed into a theatre and taken a life of its own.
From effervescence of anger, the Biafra secession protest has solidified
In a shadow rebuttal to my piece, Femi Fani-Kayode and The Laughter of Biafra which was an answer to Femi Fani-Kayode’s Nnnamdi Kanu and The Cry for Biafra, a devotee of The Tsetse Who Flew To Cambridge, obviously under pressure to produce a passable riposte, stitched together tissues of his
The arrest of Nnamdi Kanu, the Director of Radio Biafra, by officials of the Department of State Security, on Saturday 17, October 2015, is a wrongheaded move. If it was meant to muzzle the secession salesman and the dream of a utopian Biafra he propagates, it is an exertion in