Ogbujianyim Vision,and call by ChukwuAbiama,


Exodus 4
1Then Moses answered, “But behold, they will not believe me or listen to my voice, for they will say, ‘The Lord did not appear to you.’” 2The Lord said to him, “What is that in your hand?” He said, “A staff.” 3And he said, “Throw it on the ground.” So he threw it on the ground, and it became a serpent, and Moses ran from it. 4But the Lord said to Moses, “Put out your hand and catch it by the tail”—so he put out his hand and caught it, and it became a staff in his hand— 5“that they may believe that the Lord, the God of their fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has appeared to you.” 6Again, the Lord said to him, “Put your hand inside your cloak.”a And he put his hand inside his cloak, and when he took it out, behold, his hand was leprousb like snow. 7Then God said, “Put your hand back inside your cloak.” So he put his hand back inside his cloak, and when he took it out, behold, it was restored like the rest of his flesh. 8“If they will not believe you,” God said, “or listen to the first sign, they may believe the latter sign. 9If they will not believe even these two signs or listen to your voice, you shall take some water from the Nile and pour it on the dry ground, and the water that you shall take from the Nile will become blood on the dry ground.”

10But Moses said to the Lord, “Oh, my Lord, I am not eloquent, either in the past or since you have spoken to your servant, but I am slow of speech and of tongue.” 11Then the Lord said to him, “Who has made man’s mouth? Who makes him mute, or deaf, or seeing, or blind? Is it not I, the Lord? 12Now therefore go, and I will be with your mouth and teach you what you shall speak.” 13But he said, “Oh, my Lord, please send someone else.” 14Then the anger of the Lord was kindled against Moses and he said, “Is there not Aaron, your brother, the Levite? I know that he can speak well. Behold, he is coming out to meet you, and when he sees you, he will be glad in his heart. 15You shall speak to him and put the words in his mouth, and I will be with your mouth and with his mouth and will teach you both what to do. 16He shall speak for you to the people, and he shall be your mouth, and you shall be as God to him. 17And take in your hand this staff, with which you shall do the signs.”

Chukwuemeka Umenwanne B,D,F,Biafran wrote,


We the People of Biafra are the most endangered species of human in the World we have been forced out of our land by the occupying foreign Army ”under the name Nigeria government”, But this time around we are determined to go and take back our land from the foreign occupying force, we are going to meet them head-on at any plain they want, and we will defeat them and take our vengeance on them for starving our children and mothers in their millions to death, unless we do so their spirits will not rest in peace

Aba paralyzed as Biafra Group remembers fallen heroes

Normal economic activities in the commercial city of Aba, Abia state were paralyzed on Saturday as members of a Pro-Biafra group, Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) marched round the city to honour fallen heroes of the group who laid down their lives during the Nigeria-Biafra civil war.11209412_562783130527350_8532825155653535968_n

As early as 8.30am, members of the group numbering over 8,000 had gathered at the precinct of the Christ the King Catholic, CKC, church from where they marched to all parts of the city.

They marched through Asa road, Aba-Owerri road, Umule , Ariaria, Port Harcourt road and Ogbor Hill and later returned to the CKC where they took off from.11329943_562783120527351_5686169708153502667_n

Motorists and pedestrians had a hectic time passing through the affected areas as traffic moved in a snail manner. Residents of the city trooped out to catch a glimpse of the group

There was heavy security presence as several police patrol teams guided the march along the major roads while soldiers mounted an Armoured Personnel Carrier at Ehi road by Asa road junction.

Members of the group chanted pro Biafra songs like “ Ikwere na Biafra , Biafra, Biafra; Ikwere na Biafra, welie aka gi elu” meaning “If you believe in Biafra, Biafra, raise your hand up”, with the enthusiastic residents raising their hands up in support and dancing to the rhythm of the song.

A member of the groupm Ikechukwu Mba said that the march was held to honour some of the Biafran freedom fighters who died during the Nigerian-Biafra Civil war.

Mba explained that the march was part of the group’s efforts to press their agitation for the actualization of the sovereign state of Biafra1557360_919019728139170_7706554809847671620_o

Another member of the group, Francis Kalu told journalists that, “It is more than 100years after Lord Lugard amalgamated the people of Southern and Northern Nigeria. In the treaty, it was agreed that after 100years anyone that felt that they are no longer comfortable with staying in the union has the right to secede and that is what we are doing.”

Biafra Heroes Day: Remembering fallen heroes of a country that once was –

With candles in their hands, a solemn group of nearly 50 men and women gathered at Jantar Mantar on Saturday morning to sing the anthem of a country that no longer exists on the world map. “We shall emerge triumphant from this ordeal,” they said.

These men and women are from Biafra, which had declared its independence from Nigeria on May 30, 1967. They had gathered at Jantar Mantar to mark ‘Heroes’ Day’, to remember those who were killed during the civil war in the country between 1967 and 1970.

– See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/biafra-heroes-day-remembering-fallen-heroes-of-a-country-that-once-was,biafra

The civil war, say members of the Biafran community, was actually a genocide that is rarely talked about. They claim that 20 million people died during that period, after the Nigerian government banned the supply of medical aid and food to Biafra.

On January 15, 1970, Biafra ceased to be a country, after it was reintegrated with Nigeria. But for the community, the battle for self-determination is far from over.

‘Heroes’ Day’ is part of an agitation for the recognition of Biafra as a nation, and the movement has been picking up momentum. The remembrance meeting at Jantar Mantar is one of the many events planned across the world to mark the day.

“It’s not easy to explain what it is like to have a country that exists only in the past. Today, we have gathered here to remember the millions who died fighting for our independence. We dream that one day, we too will be free and decide our own fate,” said Solomon, who lives in Delhi.

Among those remembered during the event was Bruce Mayrock, a student who was killed while protesting the war.

“It’s very easy for people to forget what they don’t want to remember. But we live with the deaths of our forefathers every day,” said Michael O.

– See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/biafra-heroes-day-remembering-fallen-heroes-of-a-country-that-once-was/#sthash.bXXPboRD.dpuf

Biafrans are Hebrews,

Before the white man, explorer, slave trader or missionary came to the West African shores Ndi Igbo has never questioned their origins or heritage. Former slave Olaudah Equiano in his biography expounded on this fact as he gives detailed account of Igbo culture prior to the coming of the white men and how it relates to that of the Children of Israel. The explorers and slave traders, even in their limited knowledge of Scripture could clearly see by their initial contact with the Igbo, that they mirrored the life of Israel in the Wilderness. It was clear to Anglican Missionary, G.T. Basden and his ministerial associates that the Igbo were likely a lost tribe of Israel and it was best to keep this knowledge under their hats so as to better convert and assimilate the Igbo into Christianity. They felt is they confirmed their Hebraic identity to them that they may lose them to Judaism. And so the introduction of forbidden foods and false claims that their GOD and their ancestors were pagan deities slowly began to turn the Igbo away from their Hebraic culture to a westernized Christian one.

In many volumes produced by Igbo-Hebrew scholars, as well as other researchers; such works as:
• Finding Gad: The Quest for the Lost Tribe of Gad — Rabbi Yehudah “Tochukwu” ben Shomeyr
• Omenana: As in Israel, So in Igboland — Rabbi Yehudah “Tochukwu” ben Shomeyr
• Our Roots: Igbo Israel Heritage — Caliben I.O. Michael
• Ibo Exodus — Prof. O. Alaezi
• The Igbos: Jews in Africa — Remy Ilona
• The Igbo and Israel — Remy Ilona
• Igbo Jews and the Kingdom of God — Evang. David A. Iheanacho
• Igbo History — Victor M.C. Eyisi
• Biblical Evidence: Confirming the Hebrew Origins of the Igbo People — Uchechukwu Ikeanyibe
• The Quest for the Origins of the Igbo People – Uchechukwu Ikeanyibe
• The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano — Olaudah Equiano
• Hebrewism of West Africa — Joseph J. Williams
• From Babylon to Timbuktu — Rudolph R. Windsor

It has been well established in these books the various evidences such as; Biblical, Historical, Archeological, Cultural, Scientific and Linguistic evidence connecting the Igbo Tribe of Nigeria to Gad as well as other of the 12 Tribes of Israel.

However, in recent years there have come pseudo-scholars, even among the black, afro-centric community, desiring to do no less than what the white explorers, slave traders and missionaries have done; to deny and hide the true Identity of Ndi Igbo and bring them back under the paganism that caused them to be expelled from the land by the white men in the first place (Deut. 28). Ironically under the guise enlightenment through educational institutions, built from the foundations of colonialism that they cry out so much against, they themselves, and causing those they teach, to buy into the racial prejudice and falsehood that all Jews are white and have a colonial mindset and agenda to mentally and spiritual subjugate the Igbo people. Afro-centric pseudo scholars’ attempts to further expand the abyss of the racial divide between whites and blacks as well as bring the Igbo and other African peoples spiritually and mentally back under the dark ages of paganism in some sort of imaginary, diluted, repackaged, post-modern, neo-pagan, Afro-centric golden age that never existed, nor ever will exist.

Afro-Centricity also endangers not only the Igbo but all the unique African tribes and peoples, which in reality, their uniqueness and diversity is a beauty and a strength, but is seen as wedges and divides. Ironically this comes from the colonial western mindset. Who wants to live in a cookie-cutter world? Who wants to live in a world where all rainbows are simply different shades of grey? Why can we not have unity and still be uniquely who we were created and called to be? It is possible. Focus on the commonalities while appreciating the differences while at the same time on points of disagreement; disagree, agreeably in brotherly love.10506644_919019748139168_6508378139186237893_o

Biafran Memorial day,In Berlin and Worldwide,


Every 30th of May is Biafran memorial day,the day that all Biafrans World Wide is garthering together in everywhere they resides in the World,to honor those who died in 1967 to 1970,even those died after the war,last year and this year was two times,in my red cap was two Eagle,that is my Sign,it will keep going round as long as I am alive,I am telling the fellow Biafrans to keep their own signs,it is now two,Last year was in Bremen this year is in Berlin,Mr Nwokedi,Biafran Son,and Ifunanya Biafran Daughter,and other Biafrans making their history reall,