Saturday, July 27, 2019


The Supreme leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu released the seven States that will make up Biafra if given a republic. 

He made this statement during an interview early this year that Biafra will operate a new brand nation with new ideas where everyone will be autonomous of its own. 

Read Mazi Nnamdi Kanu speech below:

“Biafra will run a unique political system designed to cater for the needs of our people.

“We are going to have nation states. We will have an Igbo nation within Biafra. We will have an Efik Nation within Biafra. We will have Annang nation within, if they so choose. We will also have Ijaw nation within Biafra. We will have ISOKO nation within Biafra. We will have Idoma  nation within Biafra. We will have Igala Nation within Biafra .

“Listen to this: they will all be autonomous. Each Nation State will control the resources in their own land. The only thing that will bind us together will be a common defence policy, common economic policy, common policy in health and education. In the rest, let people develop according to the pace that they wish or they decided amongst themselves to go by.

“Laws will be done in local languages. Igbo Parliament will make their own laws in the Igbo language. Ijaw Parliament will make their own laws in Ijaw language.”

“The same thing applies to Ibibio and others. So that when people are lying to us we will know because you know lying is good in the English Language. But you can’t deceive the people when you are actually speaking in the language that they understand.

“What we are going to have in Biafra will be a brand new nation with new ideas and new ways of doing things. Our political arrangements will be geared towards addressing our core needs.” 

“Igbo Land will have a Prime Minister. The same thing will happen to Ijaw, to Isoko, to Urhobo, to Itshekiri. Everybody will be Autonomous from one another to develop at the pace that they like. That is the type of Biafra we are seeking to have. And that is the type of Biafra we are going to have.”

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