Mazi Ngozi Ottih is the president of Mbonu Ojike Institute for Public Policy Research, Dallas, Texas, United States, and a social critic.
He was in the Cameroon Republic during the Nigeria-Biafra war and witnessed the activities of Biafran delegations who used West Cameroon as a base for political and diplomatic activities alongside Biafran Movement leaders who were mostly concerned with providing relief aid to refugees in Igbo homeland. He has written on these issues in a book titled" Reflections of a Glorious Life" and in another titled "Beyond the Biafran Shore". This book dwells on the condition of the Igbo's on his return to Nigeria, after their defeat in the Nigeria-Biafra war and their lives since then.
He currently resides in the United States
It's a common practice for victims of military conflicts to narrate their own experiences, but sometimes it takes outsiders to examine the problems that lead to conflicts. In doing so however, one has to consider the opinions of the victims. This book is written In memory of all who died in the military dictatorship of Ibrahim Babanjida, Sani Abacha, and Olusegun Obasanjo.