In Memories of Biafra’s Non-Igbo Top Officials
Major General Philip Effiong –
Biafra’s Chief of General Staff and Head of State.
Brigadier Willie Archibong – Commander Biafra’s 58 Brigade – Major Battle –
Colonel Nsudoh – Commander 18th Battalion and 53rd brigade Major Battle – Onitsha with Col. Achuzia.
Lt. Col. Frank Okilo – Commander 14th Battalion and 63rd Brigade – Major Battle – Igrita, 15 miles to Port Harcourt till war’s end.
Col. Adigio – Commander Biafra’s 7th Battalion. – Major Battle – Calabar with Lt. Col Okafor.
Mr. N.U. Akpan – Secretary to the Eastern Region and Biafran Government.
Mr. Okon Okon Ndem – Communications officer and Broadcaster Radio Biafra.
Mr. Frank Opigo – Introduced the name “Biafra”. Former principal of Okrika Grammar School; Commissioner for Rural Development and Biafra’s administrator of Yenegoa Province.
Mr. Ekukinam Bassey – Annang Province Administrator
Mr. Ignatius Kogbara – Biafra’s representative in London
Dr. Gary Leyton – Deputy head of the Research and Production Department
Mr. Sam Inyang – Communications expert with Biafra’s Directorate of Military Intelligence.
Mr. S.E. Imoke – Chairman Rehabilitation Commission.
Dr. S.E. Cookey – Biafra’s Relief Co-ordinator.
Prof. Eyo Bassey Ndem – Biafra’s Calabar Province administrator.
Mr. S. N. Dikibo – Biafra’s Degema Province Administrator.
Mr. S. J. Edoho – Province Adminstrator, Eket.
Mr. Frank Ugbut – Province Administrator, Ogoja.
Dr. S. J. Cookey – Province Administrator, Opobo.
Chief J. Udo-Affiah – Province Administrator, Uyo.