nnamdidominic (156 | Upcoming) - 11/08/11, 13:04 (5 years ago)
succee (197 | Upcoming) - 11/08/11, 13:35 (5 years ago)
i just dey waka pass!!!Reply
ajanni (97612 | Grande Master) - 13/08/11, 15:08 (5 years ago)
Joshskillz1 (121 | Upcoming) - 14/08/11, 05:19 (5 years ago)
A 4l of a legend,a gr8t man,an hero,a fada nd a broda. A man who stood up nd foght 4 wat he blivd in. RIP Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu. Even dor u r gone ur memories wil neva die.Reply
kelechi86 (1542 | Gistmaniac) - 14/08/11, 05:58 (5 years ago)
whats ur source mr posterReply
ILEGOD (4 | Newbie) - 14/09/11, 15:37 (5 years ago)
R I PReply
PHINO (771 | Upcoming) - 14/09/11, 16:03 (5 years ago)
MAKE I GO PISS COME BACKReply
manchris1 (3 | Newbie) - 14/09/11, 23:26 (5 years ago)
YOU ARE STILL GREAT MAN EVEN AFTER YOUR DEATH!!!!!!!!!!!! MAY YOUR GENTLE SOUL REST IN PERFECT PEACE Amen..........Reply
nne_sexy (4 | Newbie) - 15/09/11, 01:40 (5 years ago)
Quote from: abbeyy74 on 10/08/11, 15:15
and that is the end of biafra in nigeria,may his soul R.I.P :'( :'( :'( :'(
for you that is celebrating THE END OF BIAFRA, go back to school and learn how to spell BIAFRA.......
Osbiz (11 | Newbie) - 15/09/11, 01:43 (5 years ago)
The Eagle The Legend R.I.P...Reply
princeafes (81 | Newbie) - 19/09/11, 04:00 (5 years ago)
Bros, at least u contribute ya qtr b/4 u move. make the rest of us wey remain put our destiny 4 we hand and let all these thief politician say, enough is enough like bros Ojukwu, the Ikemba of Nigeria. Sleep well oh!Reply
degalaxymomen (2 | Newbie) - 19/09/11, 10:29 (5 years ago)
Quote from: andyrado on 10/08/11, 14:15
BREAKING NEWS: OJUKWU IS DEAD!!The Ikemba of Nnewi, Dim Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu is dead. #RIP
CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS OF OJUKWU
CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS OF OJUKWU
aleroomiye (56 | Newbie) - 19/09/11, 16:56 (5 years ago)
una don start ? why news papers no carry d news?Reply
cadanre (9441 | Hero) - 19/09/11, 17:16 (5 years ago)
Quote from: donspirado88 on 10/08/11, 15:19
Quote from: polos23 on 10/08/11, 15:13
The End Of BiafriaYOU ARE SO WRONG... That's the beginning of Biafra for your information. The heat will soon be on! Though this INFO is yet to be verify. Stay tune
chriskel (4 | Newbie) - 20/09/11, 07:03 (5 years ago)
I AM OFFLINE...NO COMMENT.Reply
kelvinphil (21 | Newbie) - 20/09/11, 07:15 (5 years ago)
oboyyyy ce the biafra don end hereoooohhhhhReply
jmcdman (11 | Newbie) - 20/09/11, 13:15 (5 years ago)
Quote from: mercyedoso on 10/08/11, 15:24
R.I.P. Amen.Hold ur self yet, untill defeat is agreed.
kurupt419 (2260 | Gistmaniac) - 20/09/11, 15:38 (5 years ago)
kebella (44410 | Addicted Hero) - 26/11/11, 09:58 (4 years ago)
Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu OjukwuReply
Former biafran leader and leader of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) Dim Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu is dead.
Thisday can confirm that he died late last night. He had been sick for a while and was receiving treatment at a united Kingdom (UK) hospital.More to follow . . .
Ojukwu was born in Zungeru, Northern Nigeria in 1933. His father, Sir Louis Phillipe Odumegwu Ojukwu was a wealthy businessman who made money from the transport industry. Ojukwu was sent to the UK at the age of 13 to study, first at Epsom College and later at Lincoln College, Oxford University where he earned a Masters degree in History.
Upon his return in 1956, he joined the civil service in then Eastern Nigeria. He would later leave the service to join the military, where he was one of the few university graduates.
Ojukwu was appointed Military Governor of Eastern Nigeria by Military Head of State, General Aguiyi Ironsi on January 17, 1966. By May of the same year, Nigeria was facing a serious crisis. A planned pogrom in Northern Nigeria targeting and killing South-easterners presented a problem. He made several assurances to the South-easterners about their safety but the crisis continued. In May 1967, he declared Eastern Nigeria a Sovereign State named Biafra.
In July, 1967, then Head of State Yakubu Gowon declared war on Biafra. A civil war ensued. The war raged on for another 30 months. An attempt at peace during a meeting at Aburi, Ghana did not stop the war. In 1970, Ojukwu handed over power to his deputy Major-General Phillip Effiong and left the country to avoid assassination. He was granted political asylum in Cote D'Ivoire by President Felix Houphöet-Biogny.
The civilian President of Shehu Shagari granted him an official pardon and he returned in 1982 after 13 years in exile. Ojukwu would later go into politics, forming the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA). He was an active member until his death.
kebella (44410 | Addicted Hero) - 26/11/11, 10:03 (4 years ago)
for those of who want him dead by all means...........pple lik ajanni n' cadanre who celebrated his dead even b4 his departure yu guys can go ahead n' drink urselves to stupor bcos great warrior is dead :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( RIP GREAT BIAFRAN WE THE GOOD BIAFRANS WILL MISS YOU :'( :'( :'(..........source belowReply