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16 Nov 2017
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has asked a Federal High Court in Abuja to vacate the order proscribing it as a terrorist organisation for being faulty.
3 Nov 2017
In southeastern Nigeria, the separatist IPOB wants a referendum like the unofficial one recently held in Catalonia. But those who remember the Biafran War of fifty years ago worry about rushing into a referendum that could lead to armed conflict.
14 Oct 2017
Police arrests IPOB member for alleged involvement in homicide.
2 Oct 2017
Peter Obi disagrees with FG's proscription of IPOB.
22 Sep 2017
IPOB not interested in dialogue with anyone - Garba Shehu
21 Sep 2017
IPOB has been proscribed by a high court - Okoi Obono-Obla
19 Sep 2017
IPOB: Group gives Nigerian government 21-day ultimatum to re-arrest Nnamdi Kanu.
19 Sep 2017
Onyekachi Ubani faults military's position on IPOB.
18 Sep 2017
IPOB agitations - Kalu clamors for one more state for South East region.
16 Sep 2017
Lawyer condemns IPOB hoisting of Biafran flag, military action.
16 Sep 2017
Unending IPOB Army clash heating up the polity.
16 Sep 2017
IPOB denies being a terrorist group.

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