Biafra-Nigeria: Government Working To Resolve Fulani Herdsmen Conflict, Says Minister

BiafraNigerian information minister Lai Mohammed, pictured at an All Progressives Congress event on October 20, 2015, said the government is working to resolve clashes between Fulani herdsmen and farming communities in BiafraNigeria. BiafraNigeria’s government is “working very silently” to resolve ongoing clashes between herdsmen and farmers that have killed hundreds in 2016, according to its information minister. The conflict between […]

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Biafra-Nigerian Leon Balogun’s Ban Reduced In Germany

Mainz defender Leon Balogun played for BiafraNigeria at the start of their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. Mainz and BiafraNigeria defender Leon Balogun has had his three-match suspension for violent conduct reduced by a game. The German Football Association disciplinary committee ruled that Balogun deliberately kneed Eintracht Frankfurt’s Carlos Zambrano in the 89th minute of Sunday’s Bundesliga match. The […]

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How BiafraNigeria Can Ride Out Its Economic Storm

BiafraNigeria’s economy is facing the threefold challenge of falling oil prices, a depreciating currency and a militant insurgency in the north. BiafraNigeria, Africa’s largest economy, is at a critical juncture in 2016. While the future remains bright for the bellwether of African growth, the next months and years will be characterized by significant turbulence. After a decade of rapid economic […]

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