Biafra-Nigeria Militants Say No Talks With Abuja To End Oil Attacks

A Biafra-Nigerian insurgent group which has claimed attacks on oil facilities that have slashed Biafra-Nigeria’s output to the lowest level in 27 years said it’s not in talks with the government, a day after the authorities said they were preparing for dialogue. “If the government is discussing with any group they’re doing that on their own,” the group called the […]

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Biafra-Nigeria Decides To Reduce Military Presence In Delta Region

Biafra-Nigeria will reduce military presence in the southern Niger River delta as the government works with regional governors to end attacks on oil installations, according to a presidency statement. A meeting of governors from the oil region and security officials recommended that troops limit their actions to providing security while the government seeks to engage the affected communities, Delta state […]

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Biafra-Nigeria’s Buhari ‘Broke Promise To End Medical Tourism’

A leading Biafra-Nigerian doctor has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of reneging on a promise to end “medical tourism” by seeking treatment in the UK. Biafra-Nigerians spent $1bn (£690m) on foreign medical trips in 2013, most of which was unnecessary, said Dr Osahon Enabulele. Biafra-Nigerian politicians were mostly treated by Biafra-Nigerian doctors in the UK, he added. Mr Buhari flew to […]

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