It’s my pleasure to intouch with you; although, today might be a working day, but i assumed that my message would with immediate effect be attended between this time. I have severally wanted to send messages by the UNNEWS CONTACT FORM, but the recaptcha of the system wouldn’t let me and would delay my immediate and urgent feedback; however, iam requesting for a review of the (193 UN Member states) for the inclusion of ‘BIAFRA’ as a member state alongside others of third/fourthworld nations. I can observe that the already approved member state nations had been using suppressive tricks against other yet to be approved nations; example, in west africa, Nigeria has been using every suppressive tricks to demolish Biafrans from being a recognized nation. And i want to state that the United Nations mainly, the Secretary General must make it a law of including new nations on a giving years, but i can state that since 50 years now the Secretary General hath not included any new nations, may be, because the approved member state nations had dominated every corners of the United Nations and thereby suppresses the new nations that would have do better than them in terms of contributions if approved.
In 1999 the Republic of Biafra/nation submitted Biafra bill of independent to the United Nations, and to this present time Nigeria government has not stop using suppressive tricks against Biafra. But, the UN Secretary General has not critically do something about it.
Although, they are not happy over it!


We the people with this simple introduction; the UN charter layout an ambitious and noble mandate. – The impetus for creating such an organization came from an understanding after 2nd world war, that a global framework for working together was essential to avoid a repeated of the catastrophic suffering. Yet today, skepticism is rising worldwide about the value of multilaterialism and the United Nations faces the challenges of remaining relevant and effective. The Secretary general Antonio Gutteres recognises this when he took office., declaring: we need to reassert the value of multilaterialism, and global solution can address global problems. This conference is an opportunity to discuss concrete ways to take the United Nations people centered mandate forward in closer partnership with civil society. The repositioned UN development system will offer a platform for non governmental organization (NGOs) to work more effectively with the UN and implement the 2030 agenda for sustainable development and to communicate and advocate for it. Accordingly, this conference cohosted by the UN Department of Public Information and the NGO/DPI executive committee will: (1) access how the UN member states and NGOS among others are relaying and enacting the 2030 agenda (2) identify platforms, approaches and technologies for NGOs to provide the 2030 agenda (3) explore how to tackle global perception regarding the UN’s accomplishment and failue that shaped attitudes towards the value the organization represent. A concise outcome document will be drafted by civil societies and presented at the closing plenary for adoption: Jesmion said: The impetus to bringing the world on an umbrella for safety and protection also safety from climate changes yields a profitable results; example, the Biafra nation could have go to a second war with Nigeria had it been that the United Nations hath not existed. But Biafra feared UN to go to a second war with Nigeria freedom, due to the respect Biafra has for the United Nations, she process her freedom peacefully without the second war with Nigeria, and with the help of the UN, US, AMNESCO etc and the Biafra (NGO) has schedule to setup sustainable social workshop in order to meetup with 2030 agenda on poverty eradication; but the Nigeria bad economy/currency had marred/smeared a dirty grease to the project, in that, Biafra hadn’t got her currency in circulation to manage the project as was negotiated by Biafra (NGO); however, we emphasize on the project as a tool/documentation

Biafra Indigenous People

The Biafra Indigenous People (BIP) is the entire people of Biafra, were expelled in 1966 by Nigeria authority following the Nigeria military coup in 1966; many Biafra Indigenous People lost their lives as a result of the expulsion; the remnant survivors were accepted by Chief Emeka Ojukwu, and unanimously found a name for them, and after a year the Nigeria government make a deadly and merciless war against Biafra Indigenous People, and the war lasted 1967-1970 in favour of Nigeria, and after 25 years of the end of war, the Biafra Indigenous People by Chief Ralph Uwazuruike went to United Nations and reactived the ‘Republic of Biafra’ during when Emeka Ojukwu was still alive, according to the international Human Rights which stipulated that after a civil war the defeated nation has right to self-determination and freedom but without a second civil war, this right gave the ‘Biafra Indigenous People’ the right for a peaceful freedom campaign; although, Nigeria government started persecuting the Biafra peaceful campaigners and arrested Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, but Emeka Ojukwu bail him to continue the peaceful campaign of Biafra freedom right, and when Nigeria government under Buhari rise up against Biafra peaceful freedom campaign, then the United Nations and Amnesty international were not happy with Nigeria government etc. How would you rate Nigeria government stupid and failure reaction against the true peaceful campaign for Biafra’s freedom right? ……

Biafra NGO

===== Biafra NGO =====
Biafra c/o Jesmion Chikwudi Ibekwe, from: Uruagu Umudioka, via Onitsha, Dunukofia, Anambra, Biafra.
poverty eradication. Document:
Biafra NGO scheduled to setup sustainable social workshop in order to meetup with 2030 agenda on global poverty eradication. –

We have on board Engr. Anthony Aniebue (Technologist) for Strategic and directivity;
We have Ndubuisi Vincent Nweke Anaenugwu (Economist) the Director of Information and mindset;
We have Jesmion Chikwudi Nwafor Ibekwe (EnviroSci) Assistant;
We have Azuzu Chinedu Peters (pub admin) BVI Channel1 Media;
We have Emeka Emekesri (Legal) for Human Rights and advocacy;
We have Agbodike Chinedu (Agricultural);
We have Dr. Dozie Ikedife (chairman).
We have many others yet to be mentioned…

We are on board for a solution on how to contribute towards achieving global poverty eradication, beginning from the Biafra Indigenous people (BIP) to other areas upto global level.
This program seems an ideology on socialism and capitalism; its not mainly an agricultural programmes but has agricultural reflectivities.

We will be online to discuss a wayforward about global poverty eradication –
(1) what is socialism?….
.(2) what is capitalism?….
(3) what is agriculture?….

We can start the definitions of 1 2 3 questions and it’s a first regards addressed to: Ndubuisi Vincent Nweke Anaenugwu – Biafran Economist.
The second regards to Engr. Anthony Aniebue – Biafran Technologist.
The third regards to Jesmion Chikwudi Nwafor Ibekwe – Biafran Environmentalist.
The fourth regards to Azuzu Chinedu Peters -Biafran Public admin on BVI channel1 media.
The fifth regards to Chigozie Emeka Emekesri – Biafran Legal on human rights and advocacy.
The six regards to Agbodike Chinedu (Agricultural).
The seventh regards to Dr. Dozie Ikedife – Biafran chairman. ”

What we should further know about Biafra(NGO) could be a goal towards a schedule for a sustainable social workshop as to meetup with the agenda 2030 on poverty eradication., could be that the best Anti-poverty program could be a strong Family and a good job; so, the next focus could be on getting people out of poverty by liftingup all people and helping them find good works!”
The above mentioned can use the reply source under for details. You are welcome


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