Scam, kidnap by South African police

Scam, kidnap by South African police

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Dr Susanna loves the countries and the peoples of Africa

Scam, kidnap by South African police

Scam, kidnap by South African police



Listen below to General Ojukwu, who was the military governor of one of the 3 regions of Nigeria in 1967, and who declared the Republic of Biafra in 1967 after systematic genocide of Igbos in Nigeria.

Below, the General's broadcast, explaining that Biafra was formed because Igbos were victims of genocide.

Right picture. MJoTA Publisher Dr Susanna wearing Umuada Igbo Nigeria skirt and shawl at Igbo church function the day after the death of Colonel Ikemba, who proclaimed the state of Biafra in 1967.

Behind Dr Susanna is High Chief MC Orji, aeronautical engineer and elder brother of the proprietor of a Philadelphia banquet hall, click here for links to pages about the High Chief and his auto business.

Declaration of independence of the nation of Biafra  click here

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Swedish pilots in Biafra click here
Nigerian Civil War Remembrance click here
The Red Baron click here
Count Carl von Rosen click here
General Ojukwu interview click here
Major General Madiebo click here

Who is Captain Okpe? click here
The Last Flight  click here
Bombing for Biafra, plane movies and background information  click here

Dr Okey Ndibe talked to MJoTAtalks: Art Bearing Witness host Mr Omenihu Amachi about his childhood during the Biafran War and the crisis in Nigeria precipitated by the price of fuel in Nigeria. To listen to the interview, click here.

Death of the President of Biafra. SJ Dodgson MJoTA 4(2) p1126

The iroko has fallen. Colonel Ikemba is dead.

Dr Okey Ndibe wrote a story about his childhood during the Biafran War, which he gave MJoTA permission to republish. The horror of the 1967-70 is told by Dr Ndibe. MJoTA tried to put the Biafran War in context then and now, after the death of the leader of Biafra on Nov 26, 2011. Dr Ndibe has featured previously in MJoTA. Read both stories, follow links on front page of

Nov 27, 2011. Philadelphia. A High Chief and the husband of a singer had both invited me to the Igbo church. With the death of the Iroko of Biafra, I knew I had to dress in my Umuada Igbo clothes and go to St Cyprians. Beautiful eulogy. Read about Biafran War on