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What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by azimibraun: 6:09am On May 04, 2017
As much as the " Wild" Biafra sees Nigeria as the "Zoo" it is a fact that Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe was the first ingenious GG of Nigeria post independence. Nigeria ran a regionalized and a parliamentary system of administration. Now the issues:

Firstly, What system of administration does Biafra intends to adopt or create; Presidential, Parliamentary or a new leadership indigenous( ecological) model to be created?

Secondly, how does the struggle intends to manage Majority/Minority participation in governance and allocation of resources?

Thirdly, What plans has the Kanu led Bifran struggle have as it concerns bringing home Bifrans across Nigeria home and resettling them to normal life in such a manner they wont have to wish they never left; in essence what is the guarantee of a better life in Biafra than in Nigeria. Not too many people I guess want to leave Nigeria rich and come to live poor in Biafra.

Fourthly, Does Kanu and his Ipob have any economic blueprint for the prosperity of Biafra already drawn; if not why? Those are indicators of a serious pursuit or not.

The Fifth question: How does the struggle intends to manage immigration and border control with the "Zoo"? It's critical.

Finally for now; will an igbo Man vote an Ijaw,an Agbor, A Bini person or an Urhobo Man or woman as the first president, Prime minister or Chairman of the Biafran republic if so attained?

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Igboesika: 6:30am On May 04, 2017
What's name of your tribe ?

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by menxer: 6:35am On May 04, 2017
I am here to read the answers able IPOBians will give.

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Igboesika: 6:39am On May 04, 2017
What is your tribe ?

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by anaton(m): 6:48am On May 04, 2017
Interesting post!Though a Biafran I have pondered on the points/questions the op has raised.
Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Agumbankembu: 6:51am On May 04, 2017
OP IPOB has a blue print with which they are hinging the struggle and future decisions on.

https://www.nairaland.com/3654530/ipob-releases-new-constituted-organogram

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has released a organogram for the constitution of the proposed Biafra nation

- The IPOB said the release of the oragnogram is to showcase the type of leadership the group plans for Biafra after its actualization


The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has released a organogram for the constitution of the proposed Biafra nation.

The IPOB said the release of the oragnogram is to showcase the type of leadership the group plans for Biafra after its actualization.

The group's spokesperson Emma Powerful said: "The diagram stipulates the directorates, commissions and Agencies in the new government and this will be part of constitution of the Biafra government more are coming."
The organogram showed the state National Legislature comprised of Anang, Efik, Idoma/Igede, Ala-Igbo, Isoko, Izon, Urhobo, Anioma-Igbo, Ibibio, Igala, Ikwere-Igbo, Itesekiri and Ogoni.

The national legislature according to the organogram will be headed by a Premier and cabinet for nation, while the District Assembly, Administrator, Major and Council would be under it.
Also, Biafra Parliament would be headed by a Prime Minister (Executive) and Directorate of States while the office of the President would be manned by the President, Chamber of Deputies, Traditional Rulers/Elders.

The judiciary according to the organogram would involve the Constitutional Court (Apex court), Appellate court (Appeal court), Court of Justice (High Court), (Civil, Family, Criminal) as well as Common Law court (Magistrate court).

Seventeen directorates of natural resource control, agriculture, industry, defense, interior, justice employment, foreign affairs, education, energy, transpiration, finance, health, homeland security, economic planning, culture and tradition and veterans affairs.

There will also be 87 Independent Establishments and government corporations.



STATE OF BIAFRA GOVERNMENT STRUCTURE
 EXECUTIVE
 BIAFRA PARLIAMENT
 PRIME MINISTER
 PRESIDENT

 LEGISLATIVE
 BIAFRA PARLIAMENT
 NATIONAL LEGISLATURE
 CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES

 JUDICIARY
 CONSTITUTIONAL COURT
 APPELLATE COURT
 COURT OF JUSTICE
 COMMON LAW COURT

POLITICAL SYSTEM
The three branches are :
the Legislative - the part that makes laws,
the Executive - the part that carries out ( executes) the laws, and
the Judiciary - the courts that decide if the law has been broken.

These Separation of Powers helps to make sure people are safe. The executive branch carries out the laws but cannot make laws to make themselves powerful. Also the judiciary is responsible for making sure that criminals are punished so that members of the government or legislature cannot ignore the law as the judiciary can check on them.
The Executive carries out the day-to-day government and administration of Biafraland. It proposes laws to the parliament and executes the laws passed by the parliament. The Executive is formed from the majority party or parties in Biafra Parliament. Members of the Executive (Directorate of State) are all members of either the Biafra Parliament or National Legislature. The operation of the Executive and the Parliament are inextricably intertwined.

1. There shall be a Prime Minister who is the head of government and leader of a multi-party System in Biafraland.
(a) The Prime Minister selects and may dismiss other members of the cabinet, and allocates posts to members within the government.
(b) The Prime Minister is the pivotal person in contemporary executive governments. The PM is the focus of public and media attention, and has immense power to shape the composition of the government and determine its policy directions.
(c) The Prime Minister overviews the Executive Arm of Government in Biafraland, including information on the major Conventions, the operation of the Directorate of State, the work of Ministers and the Cabinet, ministerial behaviour and resignations.

2. There shall be a President of Biafra who shall be elected by the Chamber of Deputies by a secret ballot process.
(a) The minimum age limit for the office of the President shall be 30years and the maximum age limit shall be 75years. Minimum qualification shall be the old Standard Six or bachelors degree in any discipline.
(b) The President of Biafra is the de jure head of Biafraland. The position is largely an apolitical and ceremonial role.
(c) The President's ceremonial roles include signing every law (except those pertaining to the President's powers) and international or bilateral treaty, ceremonially appointing the Prime Minister, confirming and endorsing the credentials of ambassadors, and receiving the credentials of foreign diplomats.
(d) The President is the only government official with the power to pardon or commute prison sentence.
(e) The President appoints the Chairman of the Treasury Board of Biafra upon recommendation from the Prime Minister.
(f) The President also ceremonially appoints judges to their posts after their selection, he/she is nevertheless crucial to the operation of Biafra’s executive government.
(g) The President chairs the special session of the Directorate of State, gives assent to legislation, makes appointments on the advice of the government, and performs a host of other executive and ceremonial functions.
(h) The President’s role is also in appointing the Prime Minister who is usually the leader of the largest party in Parliament following an election, dissolving parliaments and calling elections.

3. There shall be a Parliamentary System of government in Biafraland.
(b) Biafra Parliament shall be sovereign in exercise of functions relating to the governance of Biafraland. It shall exercise this sovereign powers through the office of the Prime Minister.
(c) Members of Parliament shall be elected in general party based parliamentary election.
(d) From among the elected members of the Parliament, the Prime Minister of Biafra shall be elected by members of Biafra Parliament.
(e) The minimum age limit to be elected a parliamentarian shall be 21years.
(f) The Parliamentary Dress code shall be corporate – suit and tie.
(g) The maximum age to seek elected office shall be 55years of age.
(h) There shall be a Speaker of the Parliament and a Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies.
(i) Biafra Parliament shall be the legislative arm of government and an equal partner in relation to the other two (2) arms of government namely the Executive and the Judiciary.

I. Individual parliamentary privileges include:
- Freedom of speech
- Freedom from arrest in civil action for anything said on the floor of the house. All statements made on the floor of the Biafran Parliament is covered by privilege and shall not form the basis of a law suit.
- There will be NO immunity from arrest and prosecution for all elected officials and public servants.
- Exemption from jury duty
- Exemption from appearing as a witness
- Freedom from obstruction, interference, intimidation and molestation
II. Collective parliamentary privileges include:
- Power to discipline
- Regulation of the House's internal affairs
- Management of Employees
- Authority to maintain the attendance and service of Members
- Right to institute inquiries and to call witnesses and demand papers
- Right to administer oaths to witnesses
- Right to publish papers containing defamatory material
III. Parliamentary Committees amend bills on the appropriate subjects. Committee chairpersons are chosen by their members, on recommendation of the House Committee, and their factional composition represents that of the Parliament itself. Committees may elect sub-committees and delegate powers to them, or establish joint committees for issues concerning more than one committee. To further their deliberations, they invite government ministers, senior officials, and experts in the matter being discussed. Committees may request explanation and information from any relevant ministers in any matter within their competence, and the ministers or persons appointed by them must provide the explanation or information requested.

Permanent committees amend proposed legislation dealing with their area of expertise, and may initiate legislation. However, such legislation may only deal with Basic Laws and laws dealing with the Parliament, elections to the Parliament, members of the Parliament, or National Legislature.
Special committees function in a similar manner to permanent committees, but are appointed to deal with particular manners at hand, and can be dissolved or turned into permanent committees. Parliamentary inquiry committees are appointed by the Prime Minister to deal with issues viewed as having special national importance. In addition, there are two types of committees that convene only when needed: the Interpretations Committee, made up of the Speaker and eight members chosen by the House Committee, deals with appeals against the interpretation given by the Speaker during a sitting of the Prime Minister to the Parliament rules of procedure or precedents, and Public Committees, established to deal with issues that are connected to the Parliament.

IV. Permanent committees:
- House Committee
- Finance Committee
- Economic Affairs Committee
- Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee
- Interior and Environment Committee
- Immigration, Absorption, and Diaspora Affairs Committee
- Education, Culture, and Sports Committee
- Constitution, Law, and Justice Committee
- Labour, Welfare, and Health Committee
- Science and Technology Committee
- Committee on the Status of Women
- Special committees:
- Committee on Drug Abuse
- Committee on the Rights of the Child
- Committee on Foreign Workers
- Biafra Central Elections Committee
- Public Petitions Committee
- Child Welfare Committee

The other committees are the Arrangements Committee and the Ethics Committee. The Ethics Committee is responsible for jurisdiction over Parliament members who violate the rules of ethics of the Parliament, or involved in illegal activities outside the Parliament. Within the framework of responsibility, the Ethics Committee may place various sanctions on a member, but is not allowed to restrict a members' right to vote. The Arrangements Committee proposes the makeup of the permanent committees following each election, as well as suggesting committee chairs, lays down the sitting arrangements of political parties in the Parliament, and the distribution of rooms in the Parliament building to members and parties.

4. There shall be a Chamber of Deputies made up of Traditional Rulers and Elders.

(a) Members of the Chamber of Deputies shall be elected by the people of the respective villages/towns of State of Biafra on non-partisan basis.
(b) The minimum age to be elected to the Chamber of Deputies shall be 30years.
(c) Every President of Biafra must come from the Chamber of Deputies. The Chamber of Deputies shall elect the President of the State of Biafra from among those qualified for the office of the President within the chamber.
(d) Dress code shall be native of traditional wear – no corporate wears will be allowed.
(e) The Chamber of Deputies shall have an oversight function over the Laws passed by the Parliament of the State of Biafra.
(f) The Chamber of Deputies shall elect “The Speaker of the House of Deputies” who shall head the House of Deputies.
(g) The Speaker shall forward the name of the elected President to the Prime Minister who shall in turn present the name to the Parliament for ratification.
(h) Members of the Chamber of Deputies shall not belong to any political party and are in effect custodians of our ancient cultures and tradition. They epitomise truth, integrity and honour of the people of Biafra.

5. There shall be National Legislatures for each Nation that make up the State of Biafra.

(a) The Powers of the National Legislature shall devolve from the Nation of Biafra and guaranteed by the Parliament of Biafra.
(b) The head of each National Legislature and by virtue, head of government business pertaining to that region, shall be called the Premier, who will be elected by members of the respective National Legislature who will in turn be elected by the people in a party based national elections.
(c) There will be a National Legislature for each Nation that makes up Biafra, for example the Igala National Legislature.
(d) The National Legislatures shall have 100% control over all natural resources found within its boundaries.
(e) National Legislatures shall have full financial/fiscal autonomy pertaining to the internal workings of that nation.
(f) The National Legislature shall have full right to exercise fiscal autonomy over the economic affairs of the region.
(g) The National Legislatures shall have the Right to Self Determination. This right shall be exercised through a Referendum of the people in an election. If 2/3 of the people of a particular Nation are in support and agrees to leave then they MUST be allowed to exit the union peacefully. Such a Referendum shall be ratified by the State of Biafra Parliament for formality sake.
(h) The National Legislature shall have the powers to break away from the union and exist independently from the State of Biafra or they can vote to join with another nation to become one larger Legislature.

6. All Nations of the People of Biafra shall have District Assemblies depending on population size and geographical spread.
(a) The Powers of the District Assembly shall devolve from the National Legislature
(b) There shall be the office of the Mayor with an administrative Council in each District/Province.
(c) The Mayor shall be elected by the people in a regional election.
(d) The District Assembly members shall be elected on a fixed term.

7. Any part of Biafraland can vote through a Referendum to leave the union of the State of Biafra if 2/3 of the people and 2/3 of the members of Parliament of the Nation are in support and agree to leave. Such a Referendum shall be ratified by the Biafra Parliament for formality sake.

8. National indigenous language(s) shall be the language of business in respective National Legislature.

http://www.thebiafraherald.co/2017/02/ipob-biafra-fundamental-principles-and.html?m=1

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Faber(m): 6:51am On May 04, 2017
Dead on arrival. The questionaires above and the questioner are biased from head to toe...so no answers will satisfy his afonja mind. Afonja-Muslims when will u leave them alone?

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Agumbankembu: 6:52am On May 04, 2017
Here is the organogram

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by nuelsylves(m): 6:54am On May 04, 2017
You raised an important questions, but I don't think these questions should bother anyone at this stage.

We know that actuallizing a country comes in many phases.

For now I will say that IPOB is still in pre-1st phase (that's making their intention know publicly).

After that comes Referendum (2nd phase). On successful completion of the Referendum, will the issue of constitution, economic plan, Election processes arise (3rd phase).

This is my opinion.

Op! Which one is Agbor man and Igbo man again? Is there any different between them?

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Agumbankembu: 6:57am On May 04, 2017
I know even if paste this in every thread, people will say IPOB are not serious.


FISCAL AUTONOMY & NATURAL RESOURCE CONTROL
1. Every Nation in Biafraland shall have full ownership of all natural resources found within their Region, for example the oil and gas found in Izon land belongs to the Izon Nation, the gas, coal and oil found in Ala-Igbo belongs to the Ala-Igbo Nation. The same applies to every nation in Biafraland.

(a) There shall be no individual ownership of natural resource assets in Biafraland because they are Commonwealth and belongs to all the people of the nation where they are found. Individuals may own shares and equity in mining and exploration companies but the practice of a person owning oil wells will be explicitly prohibited in every part of Biafraland.
(b) Proceeds accruing from the sale of all natural resources shall be used solely for the development of the nation from where the resources are found.
(c) Companies engaged in the prospecting of natural resources in Biafraland shall pay royalties to the treasury of the National Legislature of the nation from where the natural resources are found.
(d) Mining companies of all exportable natural resources in Biafraland shall pay operational tax accruing, to the Central Government of Biafra ring-fenced for the infrastructural development of the whole of Biafraland.


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT/ FINANCIAL TRANSPARENCY
1. Elected officials and civil servants shall not operate foreign bank accounts and shall not own properties outside of Biafraland.
2. All employed persons and companies shall pay tax.
3. Compulsory public declaration of assets by civil servants and political office holders before assumption of office. Failure to do so will result in dismissal from office, fine and prosecution.
4. Civil and public servants shall be precluded from engaging in private sector business while still in active service.
5. There shall be free movement of persons, goods and services within Biafran territories.
6. Every adult of a working age or above 18 must complete an annual tax returns to the Revenue Department.

[b]NATIONAL AND SOCIETAL DEVELOPMENT
1. There shall be a 75years Biafraland development plan which shall focus both on Infrastructural and Societal Development.
2. Human Capital Development not natural resources shall be priority in the implementation of the 75year development plan.
3. The use of electric generators with the exception of emergency agencies like hospitals, police, ambulance, fire service and defence headquarters will be prohibited in Biafraland. Those dealing in electric generators will be encouraged to get involved in power generation and distribution.
4. A Public Accounts Commission shall be put in place which shall verify every government approved contracts and make same public. Every government contract or project involving the use of public funds must be published in a government journal and made public. Every contract bidding process must be held in the open.
5. Employment, Food, Clothing and Shelter are Fundamental Rights of every Biafran citizen and any national government that fails to meet agreed set targets will be dissolved and fresh elections called.
6. High youth unemployment above 10% of the employable adult population will trigger automatic resignation of the Biafran Prime Minister. Deterioration of Road infrastructure shall be a ground for the resignation of a Mayor. Irregular electricity supply shall constitute grounds for the resignation of a Premier.
7. Child Labour like street hawking and other forms of child employment shall be prohibited and offenders prosecuted.
8. Discrimination in whatever form shall be prohibited and offenders liable for prosecution.
9. Bribery and corruption shall be prohibited, both givers and takers of bribe shall be prosecuted.
10. All Biafran districts, cities, towns and villages shall have indigenous and native names as prescribed by our progenitors.
11. Special assistance shall be provided to people with disability in Biafra and it would be against the law to discriminate against disabled or physically challenged persons.
12. Electricity and water supply are fundamental rights of Biafrans and must be uninterrupted.
13. The Calabar, Eket, Warri, Igweocha, Oneh and Onitsha seaports shall be upgraded to modern international standard.[/b]

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Agumbankembu: 7:03am On May 04, 2017
The Fifth question: How does the struggle intends to manage immigration and border control with the "Zoo"? It's critical

In case of every secession, there are always transition committees and this won't be different, where issues like border will be handled and clearly mapped out, and whatever agreed by the committee will be binding on the respective countries.

After the transition, respective countries have to make their own laws on immigration and border control, but it will always have mind regional laws like that of Ecowas and in our case, as long as you are a member of Ecowas, there should free movement of goods and persons.

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by SlayerForever: 7:07am On May 04, 2017
Agumba you've done well.
Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by izombie(m): 7:09am On May 04, 2017
Op whatz your business with what happens in biafra? You have your reply above concerning the blueprint now let me ask you, whats the blueprint of nigeria? Why hasn't every nigerian living in another country returned home since we have a country called nigeria? How is nigeria managing the affairs of nigerians? Did yorubas not vote for buhari because of osinbajo? Please you people can keep on seeing the negatives but we only see the positives that can come out of biafra. Stop drinking panadol for another person's headache.

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Splendid235: 7:12am On May 04, 2017
OP kindly tell your useless government to ungag Nnamdi Kanu to answer your questions.he has always asked for a debate to outline the plans IPOB has for BIAFRA but your ignoble government decided to trampen on his right to freedom of speech so as to stop him from educating hypocrits like you.i want to tell you one cardinal difference BIAFRA will have over the zoo called Nigeria:in BIAFRA,we shall have meritism as against quota system in Nigeria.my child from Imo will not need to score140 to gain admission while another child from sokoto will need jxt three for the same admission.

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by ZombieTERROR: 7:13am On May 04, 2017
Op you should be more concerned about what happens in Nigeria
Biafra is non of your business

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by ITbomb(m): 7:16am On May 04, 2017
Why Igboland is lacking in development and how it translate to when they are majority

Most cities in the world are multi-cultural. In plain terms, outsiders develop a place once conditions are right.
The mighty US of A is just a gathering of different nationalities such that a Kenyan is made a President
Dubai became what it is when it opened up to the rest of the world. Same with China as most manufacturing companies from the west rely on their plant in China

Compared to other lands, Igbos are relatively hostile to outsiders. Certain rights and level playing ground enjoyed in some places like Lagos is not existing especially if you intend to do business in Igboland.

A Biafra that would have its capital in the heart of Igboland might end up using Igbo language to conduct government business and later may be seeing giving appointments to other tribes as just doing them a favor.
Marginalization would be a pastime

I fear for Biafra, I would rather push for a restructured Nigeria because even if Biafra is actualized, the same war of sectionalism will still be on the front burner.

You can't really blame them, a typical Igbo man would not just sit back and watch things do them, they would rather "run things". Unfortunately, they are the smartest of all the tribes in Eastern Nigeria and that is their albatross

How I wish Biafra was homogeneous in language and culture all the way to the ocean, Biafra would have been the greatest nation on earth.

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Agumbankembu: 7:38am On May 04, 2017
ITbomb:
Why Igboland is lacking in development and how it translate to when they are majority

Most cities in the world are multi-cultural. In plain terms, outsiders develop a place once conditions are right.
The mighty US of A is just a gathering of different nationalities such that a Kenyan is made a President
Dubai became what it is when it opened up to the rest of the world. Same with China as most manufacturing companies from the west rely on their plant in China

Compared to other lands, Igbos are relatively hostile to outsiders. Certain rights and level playing ground enjoyed in some places like Lagos is not existing especially if you intend to do business in Igboland.

A Biafra that would have its capital in the heart of Igboland might end up using Igbo language to conduct government business and later may be seeing giving appointments to other tribes as just doing them a favor.
Marginalization would be a pastime

I fear for Biafra, I would rather push for a restructured Nigeria because even if Biafra is actualized, the same war of sectionalism will still be on the front burner.

You can't really blame them, a typical Igbo man would not just sit back and watch things do them, they would rather "run things". Unfortunately, they are the smartest of all the tribes in Eastern Nigeria and that is their albatross

How I wish Biafra was homogeneous in language and culture all the way to the ocean, Biafra would have been the greatest nation on earth.



I don't understand this being hostile to people of other tribes? The Hausas have their quarters in virtually every city and suburbs of Igboland, and they do their biz, has anyone chased them out?

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by kingzizzy: 7:43am On May 04, 2017
azimibraun:
As much as the " Wild" Biafra sees Nigeria as the "Zoo" it is a fact that Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe was the first ingenious GG of Nigeria post independence. Nigeria ran a regionalized and a parliamentary system of administration. Now the issues:

Firstly, What system of administration does Biafra intends to adopt or create; Presidential, Parliamentary or a new leadership indigenous( ecological) model to be created?

Secondly, how does the struggle intends to manage Majority/Minority participation in governance and allocation of resources?

Thirdly, What plans has the Kanu led Bifran struggle have as it concerns bringing home Bifrans across Nigeria home and resettling them to normal life in such a manner they wont have to wish they never left; in essence what is the guarantee of a better life in Biafra than in Nigeria. Not too many people I guess want to leave Nigeria rich and come to live poor in Biafra.

Fourthly, Does Kanu and his Ipob have any economic blueprint for the prosperity of Biafra already drawn; if not why? Those are indicators of a serious pursuit or not.

The Fifth question: How does the struggle intends to manage immigration and border control with the "Zoo"? It's critical.

Finally for now; will an igbo Man vote an Ijaw,an Agbor, A Bini person or an Urhobo Man or woman as the first president, Prime minister or Chairman of the Biafran republic if so attained?

While the answers to some of the questions posed above are already in the public domain, it important to note that only free and independent people plan for the future.

In other words, freedom and self determination are paramount to all other things.

Nigeria will never change, anyone who does not agree is someone who has not yet woken up to the fact that Nigeria is a 'Northern property'

If you want change, seek your freedom first

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Nkem4040: 7:46am On May 04, 2017
azimibraun:
As much as the " Wild" Biafra sees Nigeria as the "Zoo" it is a fact that Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe was the first ingenious GG of Nigeria post independence. Nigeria ran a regionalized and a parliamentary system of administration. Now the issues:

Firstly, What system of administration does Biafra intends to adopt or create; Presidential, Parliamentary or a new leadership indigenous( ecological) model to be created?

Secondly, how does the struggle intends to manage Majority/Minority participation in governance and allocation of resources?

Thirdly, What plans has the Kanu led Bifran struggle have as it concerns bringing home Bifrans across Nigeria home and resettling them to normal life in such a manner they wont have to wish they never left; in essence what is the guarantee of a better life in Biafra than in Nigeria. Not too many people I guess want to leave Nigeria rich and come to live poor in Biafra.

Fourthly, Does Kanu and his Ipob have any economic blueprint for the prosperity of Biafra already drawn; if not why? Those are indicators of a serious pursuit or not.

The Fifth question: How does the struggle intends to manage immigration and border control with the "Zoo"? It's critical.

Finally for now; will an igbo Man vote an Ijaw,an Agbor, A Bini person or an Urhobo Man or woman as the first president, Prime minister or Chairman of the Biafran republic if so attained?

Afonja...asking useless questions. Focus on your Oduo Republic and leave us alone! Stop thinking about us

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by ITbomb(m): 7:52am On May 04, 2017
Agumbankembu:


I don't understand this being hostile to people of other tribes? The Hausas have their quarters in virtually every city and suburbs of Igboland, and they do their biz, has anyone chased them out?
Have you ever wondered why Hausas prefer to stay in a secluded quarters in Igboland but are a bit more free in other places
Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Agumbankembu: 7:55am On May 04, 2017
ITbomb:

Have you ever wondered why Hausas prefer to stay in a secluded quarters in Igboland but are a bit more free in other places

That is how they secluded sabon garis for easterners too.

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Re: What Will Biafra Do Diffrently: The Leadersip Question? by Ogalanyachieze: 8:37am On May 04, 2017
Biafra will not be the first nation to get her freedom even same questions were asked when nigerians sought for independence. Other nations did it we can do even more, wen we get to the bridge we will cross it

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