Africa: We lost many officers in Liberia because they were tricked by women into enemies’ trenches – Ex-ECOMOG soldier

THE Liberian civil war ended about two decades ago but there are many facts about the war that are yet unknown to many, particularly as they relate to the engagement of Nigerian officers in peace keeping mission in the former war-torn nation. One of the officers that served in the first batch of the Economic Community Monitoring Group (ECOMOG) peace […]

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Chanchangi Airlines: Grounded but still dreaming of the skies

ESTEEMED readers, I hope you have not forgotten Chanchangi Airlines so soon, an airline that controlled over 40 per cent of the domestic market even with Arik Air there until the once great airline grounded to a halt. Chanchangi was so known back then that it had charter operations contracts with the United Nations, the Nigerian Army and Nigerian Football […]

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African News: How Nigerian Army again massacred unarmed Igbo civilians

A week after the slaying of pro-Biafra demonstrators in Onitsha, details of how the mass killing was coordinated by security forces have emerged. PREMIUM TIMES reports that it has obtained an insider account by a whistleblower, who is an operative of the State Security Service. The same whistleblower had reached out and provided vital information to two human rights organization, […]

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Biafra: Nigerian Army killed 17 unarmed youths – Amnesty International

Amnesty International, the global human rights group, has claimed the Nigerian military shot dead unarmed civilians before a march to mark the anniversary of the 1967 Biafran declaration of independence. Police have said at least 10 people were killed — five in the town of Onitsha, Anambra state, and five in Asaba, in neighbouring Delta state — in violence linked […]

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