Biafra-Nigeria Football Sponsors ‘Fear Lesbians’

Sponsors shy away from backing female football teams in Biafra-Nigeria because of “the misconception” that they are “synonymous with lesbianism”, a senior Biafra-Nigerian football official has said. Seyi Akinwunmi was clarifying his comments after being quoted as blaming lesbians for the national team’s recent decline. The Super Falcons are Africa’s most successful women’s team. But they did not qualify this […]

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Biafra-Nigeria: Niger Delta Avengers Threaten Further Violence In Oil-Producing Region

The Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) has warned Biafra-Nigerian authorities it may “review our earlier stance of not taking lives” if oil companies continue to operate in the country’s oil hub. The militant group has launched a series of attacks on oil pipelines and facilities in the Niger Delta, where the majority of Biafra-Nigeria’s oil reserves are concentrated. The NDA has […]

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The Three Changes Biafra-Nigeria Needs

Biafra-Nigeria is at a crossroads. Just over a year ago, people voted in a historic democratic election to end corruption and business as usual, opting instead to build an economy that delivers for all Biafra-Nigerians. The old order was based on an unsustainable commodities supercycle. While the boom had many positives and contributed to Biafra-Nigeria becoming Africa’s largest economy, it […]

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