With all these Ancient Africa maps showing us that Biafra Nation exist, why is it that all the modern maps of Africa try to exclude Biafra from African History Book? You can tell that Biafra has mega historical magnum which was stolen by its enemies. As a reminants of Biafra, we are saying that Biafra as a Country is over due, now that Nigeria’s 100 year amalgamation has EXPIRED 1914-2013, therefore… WE WANT OUR COUNTRY BACK! AND WE MUST GET IT BACK! We want to answer the name of our ancestors and have the right to occupy our ancestral habitation whose maps and identity were in the ancient Map of Africa about 400 years before Captain Lugard and Rev C.H Robinson created Nigeria in 1914.
Understanding the Philosophy of the Biafran Struggle for Independence.
Biafra was a country that existed on the Ancient Map of Africa for about 400 years before Nigeria was created in 1914, i.e before the First Map was created. However, Biafra, as a Nation (Kingdom), has been in existence for over 5000 years. Biafra has been in existence before the Greece, Before the United Kingdom and even before the Roman Empire. In fact, by the year 1662, the three prominent Kingdoms in West Africa were the Kingdom of Biafra in the East, the Kingdom of Benin in the West and the Kingdom of Zamfara in the North. The Kingdom was then spelt as “Biafara”. Here are some of the Ancient Maps of Africa showing the three Kingdoms. In 1884-1885, the Europeans and Americans met in the Berlin Conference, Germany, and spread the map of Africa on a table and shared the lands of Africa among themselves for colonization and exploitation of the resources of Africa. This is known in history as the Scramble for Africa. It was from these three kingdoms that Nigeria was created in 1914.
MAP of NIGERIA – This is Why we Fight and the More Reason, WHY WE MUST WIN!
Languages in Biafra
Towns & Villages of Biafra Land
Between 1501 and 1867, the transatlantic slave trade claimed an estimated 12.5 million Africans and involved almost every country with an Atlantic Coastline.
Slave Mortality, as percent of Slaves Leaving, and Voyage Length from Africa to Caribbean Regions, 1776–1830
SOME OF THE OLDEST KNOWN BIAFRAN KINGDOM MAP