The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) led by the fearless Nnamdi Kanu who has described Nigeria as a zoo where monkeys are working and babooms are eating, are carrying out a relentless, revealing but sometimes unguarded verbal attacks against opponents of the actualization of Biafra. Nnamdi Kanu who has been remanded in prison custody by the Nigerian government personifies the anger, frustrations and will to power of activists agitating for the actualization of the Biafran cause. IPOB has however remained silent on issues like the contradiction arising from claiming to agitate for the freedom of people who willingly participate in elections organized and conducted by a government denying them self rule; to elect their representatives at all tiers of government. IPOB has also remained silent on issues like the composition of leaders that will govern a sovereign Biafran State, the actual geographical boundaries of Biafra and social incoherence of the Igbos resulting in disunity of purpose due to conflicting selfish interests that are inimical to the collective interest. As far as the Igbos are concerned, Biafra has become a cause worth living for but not worth fighting for or dying for. Movements like the Niger Delta Avengers, Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MASSOP) led by the irrepressible Ken Saro – Wiwa, Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta MEND) and the obnoxious Boko Haram are forces to be reckoned with in Nigerian politics because they are ready to fight for and die for their cause. The Igbos have been marginalized out of the main stream of Nigerian politics but that singular fact has not been sufficient to make them cast aside their differences and unite around a common cause and an ideological frame work that would galvanize them towards a common political front. There are clear cut divisions among the self serving governors of the South Eastern States as they scramble respectively for their states’ share of the national cake. Igbos who reside in predominantly Igbo States that are not their states of origin are discriminated against in terms of employment and other government appointments.