List of Countries That Helped Nigeria in The Civil War Against Biafra And How They Helped

The Nigerian Civil War was a civil war fought between the government of Nigeria and the Republic of Biafra, a secessionist state which had declared its independence from Nigeria in 1967. Nigeria was led by General Yakubu Gowon, while Biafra was led by Lt. Colonel Odumegwu Ojukwu.

When You Hear Them Boasting Of Nigeria / Biafra War, Ask Them who Fought The War?

Russia : 2 Fighter Jets and 3 Armour Tanks.

Burma (Manyamar): 2000 Veteran Soldiers and guns.

Slovakia (Czech): Two 129 Delfin fighter jets.

Poland: 1 Krakow war ship.

USSR: 15 MIG Bombers.

Norwegian: 2000 cases of Ammunition

Germany: 1 Navy ship containing 300 tonnes of 60mm and 90mm ammo, ten 6 mm recoilless rifles and 2 High explosive anti tank war head they bought 8 mark2 bombers at $105000 each and 15 sabre mk jets at $100000 each.

Ghana: A navy boat (sakumo lagoon) containingn1000 bullets cases.

UK: 1 cargo plane containing 1000 automatic fabriquenational rifles.

Niger and Chad: Over 9000 Foot soldiers known as the Sweepers.

Egypt- The Egyptians pilots were the ones bombing hospitals and market place with jet bombers

Countries that helped Biafra.

Haiti: Clothes and Food which the Nigeria government seized.

Gabon: Food which the Nigeria Government seized.

NB: No Country helped Biafra with weapons.
98% of the weapons they used were locally made.

They seized a Nigeria fighter jet and made 2 replicas of it.

They built their armoured tank , Short and long range missile, Grenades, B26 bombers

The first country to locally make and use of the Flame thrower.

Military cars that use palm oil as fuel .

Off shore switch

Mine bombs

The famous Ogbunigwe ( the only non nuclear explosive device that generate 0.6 magnitude of earth tremor with out nuclear fission.

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