Biafra ​Revolutionary Forces

Pascal Okorie
​Commandant General
Pascal Okorie was born during the height of the Biafra-Nigeria War, where he lost many family members. In 1999, he became active in the Biafra restoration movement, where he underwent intensive military and security training. Pascal holds degrees in Automotive Technology and Advanced Manufacturing Industrial Technology from colleges in the United States.
In 2009, due to his work to expose corruption in the Biafra restoration movement, Pascal was kidnapped on orders of MASSOB leader Ralph Lebeanya Uwazuruike. Through the intervention of the US Government, he was freed and Uwazuruike was charged with kidnapping. The court case was used as a political bargain between Uwazuruike and the then Governor of Imo State, Ikedi Ohakim.
After these events, Pascal returned to the United States and intensified his work to restore Biafra, founding Biafra Revolutionary Forces (BRF) in 2010. Pascal currently serves as the Commandant General of BRF and leads the movement to restore Biafra sovereignty.

Michele Fishman, M.Ed.

Ms. Fishman has worked in the American education system for 15 years. She has functioned as a school administrator, after years teaching at the elementary, secondary, correctional and adult education levels. In addition to academic certifications, she holds certifications in English as a Second Language, Gifted & Talented, and multiple life skills education programs.

Prior to her work in education, Ms. Fishman ran her own business where she developed skills in customer service, training, recruitment, sales, and motivational speaking.