Saturday, December 11, 2010

Statement of Nigerian National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea

The United States and south Korea puppet group are dragging the situation on the Korean peninsula at all-round war with the armed clash of Yonphong island after the military defiance against the DPR Korea by fabricating the incident of “Choenan” warship.

The south Korean authority is staging the firing exercises at 29 places in the East, West and South seas of south Korea simultaneously to create the military threat and tension. It is none other than an evil plot to provoke another war.

Ceasefire continues and the danger of war is hanging all the time in the Korean peninsula because of the US hostile policy towards the DPR Korea and US aggressive ambition in line with the strategy to dominate Asia.

The Nigerian National Committee on the Study of the Juche Idea is calling the US and south Korea to stop all kind military exercises threatening the peace on the Korean peninsula and retract the hostile polity towards the DPR Korea.

Alhassan Mamman Muhammad

National Chairman

Nigerian National Committee on the Study of Juche ideas.

Wednesday, December 08, 2010


Members of the Nigerian National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea met and reviewed the scheduled of the activities carried out for the year 2010 and assessed and approved the schedule of activities proposed for 2011.
In attendance were: His Excellency, the ambassador of the DPR of Korea to Nigeria; counsellor Kim Mtong Sung of the embassy of the DPR of Korea in Nigeria; and some select members of the Nigerian National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea. Below is the detail of the proceedings of the deliberations.

Ambassador of DPRK in
Nigeria and Counselor Kim
at the occasson

Select members of the
NNCSJI pose for photograph
after the meeting

Friday, November 26, 2010

December 24 this year marks the 19th anniversary of Kim Jong I1's appointment as Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army.

Korea Does What It is Determined to Do

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea announced in July 2010 the completion of the project for reclaiming 8,800 hectares of Taegyedo tideland. It is a great event which has assured the world community again that Korea never fails to do whatever it is determined to do.

The course covered by the DPRK can be called a history of its effecting what it has in mind.

There are plenty of precedents: Though the Americans had asserted that Korea would not be able to stand on its own feet above the debris of the Korea war (1950-1953) again even in 100 years, it finished postwar rehabilitation in less than three years followed by the accomplishment the giant task of industrialization within only 14 years, in the 1980s it built the West Sea Barrage, one of the world wonders, by damming the 8-km section of the rough sea in a short span of only five years.

Recent completion of the Taegyedo tideland reclamation project is another example.

Just as it was the plan of President Kim Il Sung (1912-1994), founder of socialist Korea, so was it the resolve of leader Kim Jong Il and the Workers' Party of Korea, and the unshakeable will of the Korean people to obtain by their own efforts fertile land on which the coming generations would lead a happy and rich life.

It is said that. President Kim, Il Sung already matured a grand plan for tideland reclamation, while commanding the national liberation struggle of the Korean people to free from the colonial rule of Japanese imperialists (1905-1945). In 1943 he said that should tideland along the west coast be reclaimed after founding a people's state, hundreds of thousands of hectares of fertile land would be obtained to produce rice in abundance. Even in the flames of the grim Korean war he took a measure to form a tideland survey team, looking forward to the victory in the war, and after the war visited the sites to inspire people to tideland reclamation.

Thanks to his leadership 5,500 hectares of tideland around Pidan Islet were reclaimed for the first time in the country, followed by the reclamation of several tidelands. The Workers' Party of Korea held its Sixth Congress in October 1980 and set forth the task of reclaiming 300,000 hectares of tideland as one of the ten long-term objectives for socialist economic construction.

The President attached special significance to the large-scale project of the Taegyedo tideland reclamation and wisely led the undertaking.

The Korean people, true to the plan and intention of the President, performed heroic feats of labour in carrying out the project.

Tsunami, the greatest of its kind in hundreds of years, hit the west coastal areas of Korea in August 1997; violent storms continued for long, and massive tidal waves washed away some 800 metres of dykes in four places of the reclaimed Taegyedo tideland and many construction machines and vehicles.

In those days the DPRK encountered serious economic difficulties due to the extreme "sanctions" and blockade imposed on it by the US-led imperialist allies, availing themselves of the collapse of socialism in the East European countries. Shortage of raw materials and fuel brought many factories and enterprises in the country to standstill, while food difficulty posed a serious threat to the existence of its people. To make the matters worse, tsunami damage inflicted on it rendered the reclamation project out and out impossible.

Nevertheless, the Korean people were never daunted by those difficulties.

Leader Kim Jong Il took a series of measures to carry out without fail the instructions of the President. Many hydraulic excavators and rolling stocks were provided and builders were in high spirits to tackle the construction again.

They cherished deep in their hearts the aphorism of Kim Jong Il that the word "impossible" is not to be found in the Korean vocabulary.

It happened when they launched into the final damming up. The final damming up was regarded as much impossible as to check lunar attraction since the water level differed over four metres, more than 250 million tons of sea water flowed in and out at a time at the speed of seven to eight metres per second at high and low tide, and the force of the current hollowed out the water channels from 17 to 35 metre deep. The rough sea even washed out in a wink stones, iron frames and concrete structures. But scientists, technicians and builders invented and applied scores of methods of construction appropriate to the extremity of final damming up and also unprecedented in the world history of tideland reclamation, thus harnessing the rough sea.

During the project they carried out some 50 blastings including 300 000-cubic-metre blasting and transported earth and rubble stones as much as over a million 10-ton lorries should carry to complete the 8 000-metre-iong Dyke No.3 and other dykes ahead of schedule.

With the completion of the project, Taedasa, Kacha, Soyondong and Taegye islets in the West Sea of Korea have been linked with long embankments, straightening the indentations of the coastlines and changing the country's map. A big farm has come into being on the reclaimed tideland, along with and a fish farm of 100 hectares, a salt work, a duck farm, a breeding ground for flatfish and other fishes, and a modern oyster bed, all these greatly conducive to the betterment of the people's living standard.

Development of the Korean-style CNC technology, establishment of the Juche-oriented steelmaking system, mass-production of vinalon and chemical fertilizers, and now completion of the Taegyedo tideland reclamation project-such achievements made in the DPRK have made the world community confirm that Korea's determination to build a thriving nation in the near future is not an empty talk and it has already been realized.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010


In Abuja, Nigeria, members of the Nigeria National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea in collaboration with the Political Science Students Association celebrated the sixty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Workers Party of Korea by organising a seminar held at the in-door theatre of the University of Abuja. About five hundred and thirty students of the University of Abuja were in attendance.

Abdurrahman Habu Hamisu delivering his lecture

Participants listening with rapt attention

The National Chairman delivering his lecture

Participants looking at the exhibition displayed
at Seminar venue

A participant asking question

Saturday, September 25, 2010

WPK Serves People
"Our Party exists for the people and struggles in their interests." This is an aphorism of General Secretary Kim Jong Il of the Workers' Party of Korea.
The WPK, guided by the Juche idea that the masses of the people are the masters of the revolution and construction and they are also the motive force for them, is mapping out all its lines and policies in reflection of demands and desire of the people.
President Kim I1 Sung (1912-1994), founder of the WPK, always mixed himself with the people, lending his ear to their voices so as to work out lines and policies by crystallizing their aspirations and desires.
A policy of land reform advanced by the WPK was also framed that way in the period when the Korean people were carrying out a democratic revolution after their country was liberated from the colonial yoke of the Japanese imperialists in August 1945.
Busy as he was with his guidance to the overall affairs to build a new society, Kim Il Sung visited a large number of rural villages in different parts of the country to listen to peasants and acquaint himself with the actual conditions in the countryside.
Based on it, he put forward the historic policy of land reform. As a result, the lands owned by the Japanese imperialists, traitors to the nation and landlords were confiscated without compensation and distributed free of charge to the peasants with no or little land. March 5, 1946, when the Agrarian Reform Law was promulgated, was recorded as the day when the centuries-old desire of the Korean people to become genuine masters of land came true.
After the Korean war (1950-1953), the WPK put forward a basic line of socialist economic construction on giving priority to the growth of heavy industry while developing light industry and agriculture simultaneously.
In the early 1960s it laid down a line of simultaneously carrying on the building up of the economy and defences in order to cope with the ever-increasing US manoeuvres of aggression.
Its other lines and policies were all mapped out in reflection of the aspiration and demands of the Korean people to build a prosperous, sovereign and independent state as the masters of their own destiny.
Songun politics, administered by General Secretary Kim Jong Il as the main political mode of the WPK in the present time, can be said to be a line which mirrors most correctly the actual conditions of the country and the desire of the people to live as an independent being.
In order to realize the long-cherished dream of the Korean people he advanced a line of building a thriving socialist nation with strong national power, where everything prospers and its people live an abundant life without anything to envy in the world, and is now leading the struggle for its realization.
It is an iron rule of the WPK to give top priority to the people's interests in all affairs.
It is well explained by newly-built or updated public service establishments including the Pyongyang Grand Theatre, North Hwanghae Provincial Art Theatre , Taedongmun Cinema, Okryu and Chongnyu restaurants and Kaeson Youth Park . As the DPRK is now pushing ahead with the building of a thriving nation under constant war threats and economic sanctions imposed by the United States , it needs a colossal sum of funds to be geared to the field of national defence and the economy.
However, the WPK has diveJ1ed a tremendous outlay of money in splendidly furnishing public service amenities. A western filmmaker, after looking round the reconstructed Taedongmun Cinema, said with admiration, ''It is difficult to find such a wonderful cinema as this even in my country with developed economy and culture. And what is beyond my comprehension is that this excellent cinema is a public entertainment centre for the sake of ordinary people."
This marvellous reality in the DPRK is based on the noble outlook on the people cherished by the leaders of the WPK.
On one occasion, a foreigner asked President Kim II Sung how the State would make up for the money spent on supplying uniforms free of charge to all children throughout the country. Then the President answered that the costs spent for the sake of the people could be by no means the losses and that the more such losses, the better the State would be. General Secretary Kim Jong Il, too, always stresses that payments should never be calculated first if they are for the interests of the people.
A legend-like anecdote is told that when officials suggested a plan to develop a gold mine of large deposit in the Mt. Myohyang area, one of scenic spots in Korea , the President stopped the exploitation lest it should destroy the cultural resort for the people.
Some years ago leader Kim Jong Il, on his visit to the construction site of the Samsu Power Station situated in the northern part of Korea , acquainted himself first with the housing problem for the evacuees from the inundated area. Noting that no trifle inconveniences should be caused to them, he took measures for building new houses for them before pushing ahead with the main project.
The WPK takes responsible care of the livelihood of the people.
Over the last several decades of leading the socialist construction, the WPK has put into effect the universal 11-year compulsory education of the highest standard and the universal free medical care, supplied people with food at a low price, provided them free of charge with dwelling houses built at the state expense and turned the DPRK into one and the only tax-free country in the world, with the result that the Korean people have become happy people free from any worries about food. clothing and housing, medical treatment, education of their children, and taxation.
Such policies of the WPK were enforced without letup in the past 1990s when the DPRK suffered from harsh economic difficulties due to the extreme economic sanctions and blockade imposed by the US and other imperialists and the consecutive natural calamities. No is this all. Such new scenic spots as the Ullim Falls , Ryongmun Cavern, Mts. Kuwol and Chilbo were developed and a large number of cultural recreation centres, sanatoria and rest homes mushroomed in different parts of the country with picturesque sceneries.
Kim Jong Il continues his tour of field guidance, always acquainting himself first with the living conditions of people and taking meticulous care of them.
It is by no means fortuitous that the Korean people call the WPK a “mother Party”.

Sunday, August 29, 2010


The Democratic People's Republic of Korea greets its diamond jubilee on September this year
The founding of the DPRK 62 years ago was a historic event which declared that Korea embarked on the road toward the building of a great, prosperous and powerful socialist nation.
Since its founding, the DPRK has followed the socialist road steadfastly and now developed into a politico-ideological power.
The DPRK government has thoroughly embodied the Juche idea and the Songun idea authored by President Kim Il Sung (1912-1994) in all its state activities: It armed all the members of society with the Juche idea and the Songun idea and imbued the whole society with these ideas.
It also employed as its major political mode the benevolent and all-embracing politics under the slogan of "Serve the people!" This has led all the Korean people to unite closely around their leader in ideology, will and moral obligation achieving the single-hearted unity of the country.
Noteworthy in the whole course of its state activities is the maintenance of the Songun line.
The principle of Songun underlies all the activities of the country in ideology, politics, the economy, culture and other fields. The national reunification movement and external activities also embody the requirements of the principle.
Songun politics, adopted as a basic political mode has provided the DPRK with a treasured sword with which to firmly defend the national sovereignty and dignity and assure the building of a socialist power in whatever difficult circumstances.
As it upholds the banner of the Juche idea and the Songun idea, the DPRK, though not so large in territorial area, has proved itself in the present international community as a political power, a country strong in ideology, nobody can ignore.
It has also been turned, into a military power, by putting great efforts into developing self -reliant defence capabilities.
Adherence to the principle of self-reliance in national defence, implementation of the line of making the entire army into an army of cadres an modernizing it, arming all the people and fortifying the whole country, and the building of powerful defence industry-these are the important requirements the DPRK has met in building the country into a military power.
When the United States unleashed the Korean war (1950-1953) against the DPRK with a history of only two years, the DPRK immediately went over to counterattack and during the three years of the war inflicted a crushing defeat on the US, the first of its kind it had suffered in its history, putting to shame the “strongest” country in the world.
The credit goes to the Songun line the DPRK has maintained since its founding.
After the war, too, it continued to hold up the banner of Songun, stepping up the building of a military power.
The Korean People’s Army, as required by the line of turning the entire army into an army of cadres and modernizing it, has equipped itself with advanced military science and technology, methods of modern warfare, powerful means for both offensive and defensive, and prepared all the army men for skillful handling of state-of-the-art weapons and combat equipment", thereby emerging invincible.

The work to arm all the people and fortify the whole country has been accomplished on a high level, thus preparing the people to be able to deal a smashing blow to the enemy in emergency with arms in one hand and working tools in the other and transforming the whole country into an impregnable fortress with formidable establishments for defence in every part.
Development of defence industry has always been a great concern of the DPRK. With several-socialist countries collapsing one after another and the imperialist allied forces focusing their anti-.socialist offensive on the DPRK in the end of last century, it put forward an economic line of' giving priority to the development of defence industry and consistently implemented it. In the course of this it has prepared a strongest war deterrent.
Eye-opening achievements have also been made in all fields of social life, including the economy and culture.
The government successfully carried out reconstruction after the Korean war, and realized the socialist transformation of relations of production in urban and rural areas in no more than four to five years, thus, establishing the socialist system in 1958. It fulfilled the historic task of industrialization in only 14 years, transforming the past colonial agrarian country into a socialist industrial state.
The national economy developed into a powerful self-reliant one, capable enough to build the West Sea Barrage and other monumental establishments on its own already in the 1980s.
As is well known to the world, it placed its first artificial earth satellite Kwangmyongsong1 in orbit in August 1998 at its first launch. The successful launching shook the whole world for it was fait accompli in the international community that socialist Korea would soon collapse, strangled by critical economic difficulties caused by the extreme blockade and sanctions of the imperialist allied forces and the consecutive natural calamities.
The DPRK demonstrated through the event its inexhaustible economic potential, the might of the self-reliant national economy built up for decades.
The DPRK enjoys acclaim of the whole world, as a country where people's well-being is on systematic improvement, nobody knows what tax is, everybody benefits from free education and medical service and the art enjoys its heyday.
It is the goal and the will of the DPRK government to open wide the gate to a great prosperous and powerful socialist nation in 2012 marking the centennial birthday of President Kim Il Sung, father of socialist Korea. It will achieve this ambitious goal without fail
Congratulations on the 62nd anniversary of the DPRK!

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Leader and Guards Unit
Korean leader Kim long Il started his Songun-based leadership with his inspection of the Seoul Ryu Kyong Su 105 Guards Tank Division of the Korean People's Army on August 25, 1960. Up to the outset of this year he has visited this guard’s unit score of times.
Like Tank men in 1950s
Inspecting this unit on August 25, 50 years ago, Kim Jong Il said to the commanding officer of the unit that they should fight bravely for the country and the people as the guards tank men did during the Korean war (1950-1953).
When the United States unleashed the Korean War on June 25, 1950, the tank men of this unit, by counteroffensive order of President Kim Il Sung, liberated Seoul three days after the outbreak of the war. In high appreciation of the feat performed by the then 105 Tank Brigade in the battle, Kim Il Sung promoted the brigade to the division and conferred the title of "Seoul Guards Tank Division" on the unit.
Dumbfounded by the attack of surging tanks of the unit, the then brass hats of the Pentagon uttered troubled cries, saying that it is an attack without formalities and that surprise attacks by the tanks' and the infantry from different angles and with diverse scale and forms are elusive battles quite different from the street warfare learnt from the tactics department of the US land forces.
Tracing back to the world history of war, it was the infantrymen that charged into streets first to hoist the flag of victory. It can be said that the first example that the tank men blasted their way into a city to raise the flag of victory was set by the KPA tank men.
That day Kim Jong Il said to the commanding officers that the unit should, in the future, too, wipe out' the enemies as the guards tank men had trounced aggressors mercilessly during the Korean war, in case they dare pounce upon the DPRK.
Into invincible armoured force
One day in December 1996 Kim Jong Il visited again the Seoul Ryu Kyong Su 105 Guards Tank Division and, in' spite of the biting cold, saw the tank men under training.
The tank men fully demonstrated their combat readiness, driving freely their tanks on the snow-covered steep mountains despite unfavourable conditions. While carefully watching the training of the tank men with a special attention to the advance speed and battle array of the tanks, Kim Jong Il gave detailed instructions on the use of tanks and their tactics in the modern warfare.
The commander of the unit was overwhelmed with surprise at his explanation as he was well versed in the tank and its tactics as much as the experts concerned.
That day he dropped in at a technology lecture room to acquaint himself in detail with the technical equipment for training and the indoor training and specified the ways and orientation to training soldiers into competent tankmen.
Making the rounds of a greenhouse, mess hall, bedroom and education room of the division, he learned in detail about the living conditions of the service personnel and earnestly stressed need for the division to prepare all its tankmen into the heroes who would devote their lives without hesitation for the country and the people.
One May day in 1999 and on April 15, 2000 he set forth tasks and ways of further strengthening and developing this guards unit.
Under his leadership the division has grown into an invincible armoured unit capable of repulsing any formidable enemy.
By dint of Songun
Kim Jong Il gave field guidance to the Seoul Ryu Kyong Su 105 Guards Tank Division at the outset of this year. It can be said that this is the demonstration of unshakable will of Kim Jong Il, who started his Songun-based revolutionary leadership with the inspection of this unit 50 years ago, to vigorously advance the socialist cause on the strength of Songun in the future, too.
That day, too, he saw the tank men under training for hours despite the biting cold.
Encouraged by his inspection, the tank men drove their tanks forward like the surging waves, smashing to pieces the "enemy's positions" with merciless firing in the fighting spirit to annihilate the enemies at a stroke if they dare to invade even an inch of the land of their country.
Noting that the Seoul Ryu Kyong Su 105 Guards Tank Division always played the role as a guards unit not only in the battles but in ideology, he said that socialist Korea has been able to win victory after another, surmounting all trials-and challenges of history as it has such steel-like guards units as the 105 Tank Division.
The DPRK with many guards units like the Seoul Ryu Kyong Su 105 Guards Tank Division will demonstrate its majestic appearance by dint of Songun in the future, too.

Monday, August 09, 2010

Statement of National Chairman

We are greeting meaningfully the 50th anniversary from August 25 1960 when leader Kim Jong Il began his Songun-based leadership by inspecting Seoul Ryu Kyong Su 105 Guards Tank Division of the Korean People’s Army
We have the honor to present our warmest congratulations to H. E. leader Kim Jong Il who frustrated the isolate-and-stifling offensive of imperialists and demonstrates the dignity of Juche Korea as political and military power by dint of Songun-based leadership.
The Songun-based politics in the DPR Korea serves as a precious weapon assuring the building of the powerful nation and the destiny of the country and nation.
The KPA soldiers and Korean people are now striving to effect a new revolutionary upsurge to widely open the gate of a great, prosperous and powerful nation in 2012, the centenary birth anniversary of president Kim Il Sung.
On behalf of all adherents of Juche idea in Nigeria , I extend the support to the Korean people in their struggle for building the powerful nation and achieving the independent and peaceful reunification of the country under the Songun leadership.

Dr. Alhassan Mamman Muhammad

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Day of Victory of Korean people in the fatherland liberation war and 50th anniversary of the start of Songun revolutionary leadership

Members of Study Group on Songun policy based at the College of Education of Abuja commemorated the Day of Victory of Korean people in the fatherland liberation war and 50th anniversary of the start of Songun revolutionary leadership (August 25 1960) by the great leader Kim Jong Il on July 27, 2010.

Members listening to the Branch Chairman deliver his speech

Members listening to the Branch Chairman delivering his speech

Members watching a film show during the commemoration ceremony

Sunday, July 11, 2010


The Nigerian National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea commemorated the the sixteenth anniversary of the demise of the great Leader, the founder of the DPR of Korea, and the sun of the twentienth century, comrade Kim Il Sung.
In attendance were: the ambassador of the DPR of Korea; The National Chairman, Nigerian National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea; and various branch chairmen who came into Abuja, Nigeria's capital to commemorate this day.
The National Chairman and various branch chairmen laid flowers at the foot of the portrait of the Great Leader. Below are the pictures of the event.
Officials of the NNCSJI with the ambassador of the DPR of Korea

Members of the NNCSJI and lecturers at the Federal College of Education, Zuba, FCT.
Dr. Bazza, the branch chairman of College of Education, Zuba, FCT and other members of his branch

The national chairman

Thursday, July 01, 2010

June 25-July 27 Joint Month of Struggle against the u.s imperialists.

Abuja June 25, 2010
His Excellency, Comrade Kim Jong IL,
The General Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea,
The Chairman of the National Defense Commission of the
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the Supreme
Commander of the Korean People’s Army.

Your Excellency,
We, adherents of Juche Idea in Nigeria are sending you this letter on the occasion of June 25-July 27 Joint Month of Struggle against the u.s imperialists. Sixty years ago, the u.s unleashed a war of aggression against the DPR of Korea for achieving their aim to dominate the whole Korean peninsula and furthermore, realise their ambition of world conquest.
Under the distinguished leadership of great leader President Kim Il Sung, the Korean won victory in the war by expelling the u.s aggression and thus contributed to defending the peace and security of the world.
We are denouncing vehemently the manoeuvres conducted by the u.s and south Korea authorities at the U.N against the DPR of Korea through the fabrication on the case of “Cheonan’ warship sinking.
On behalf of all adherents of Juche idea in Nigeria, we express our firm solidarity and support and wish your Excellency good health and happiness.

Dr. Alhassan Mamman Muhammad
National Chairman,
Nigerian National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea.
Kim II Sung and Korea’s Reunification

The Korean people are making vigorous headway in the efforts to achieve their national reunification in the face of the unscrupulous obstruction and challenges by the separatist forces within and without. Their progress is inconceivable apart from the exploits of President Kim II Sung (1912-1994), father of socialist Korea, who dedicated all his life to achieving Korea’s reunification.

Thoroughgoing idea of great national unity

In his effort to reunify the country President Kim II Sung always subordinated everything to achieving the great national unity, regarding it as a matter of priority concern. He considered the issue of Korea’s reunification as a matter of removing the mistrust and antagonism between the north and south of Korea caused by the national division forced by foreign forces, and achieving the national unity.
He held that, in order to achieve the great national unity, it is important to put national interests above all else, transcending the difference in ideologies, ideals and social systems between the north and the south of Korea. He advanced the three principles of national reunification-independence, peaceful reunification and great national unity-the gist of the historic July 4 North-South Joint Statement (1972). His steadfast idea of the great national unity induced Choe Tok Sin, former foreign minister of South Korea, and many other people to bid farewell to their past stained with confrontation and make a U-turn in their life into working for the cause of reunification.
In April 1993 he put forward the “Ten-Point Programme of the Great Unity of the whole Nation for the Reunification of the Country”. Which serves as a key programme of the national unity on the principle of promoting co-existence, co-prosperity and common interest on the basis of the love for the nation and the spirit of national independence, and subordinating everything to the cause of reunification, for an end to all kinds of political strifes between the fellow countrymen, and promotion of mutual trust and unity, for protection of the material and spiritual assets possessed by individuals and organizations so that they are favourably used to promote the great national unity, and so on. It inspires the Korean people in the north, south and abroad to the struggle for the great national unity and reunification.
This programme, along with the three principles of national reunification and the plan for the establishment of the Democratic Federal Republic of Koryo, constitutes a part of the three charters for Korea’s reunification.

Blueprint for reunified state

The prevailing circumstances on the Korean peninsula confirm that the day is not distant when the Korean nation is reunified. Then, what would be the feature of the reunified Korea? The answer to this question was given 30 years ago.
At the Sixth Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea in October 1980 President Kim II Sung proposed a plan to reunify the country and the nation by establishing a federal state on the basis of leaving the ideologies and social systems in the north and the south intact and recognizing and tolerating them. The reunified state in the form of federation will be based on the regional autonomy that is exercised in two different social systems, and will include the whole territory of the country and the entire nation.
In this reunified state, a supreme national assembly will be formed with an equal number of representatives from the north and the south and an appropriate number of representatives of overseas nationals; this assembly will form a federal standing committee to guide the regional governments of the north and the south and to administer all the affairs of the federal state. The President defined the nomenclature of the federal state to be the Democratic Federal Republic of Koryo (Koryo was the nomenclature of the first unified state of the Korean nation that existed between 918 and 1392) and stated that the federal state shall be a neutral country that does not join any political or military alliances or blocs.

Even in his last days

From time immemorial a legend about the stars Herdsman kyon U and Vega Jik Nyo has been handed down through generations in many countries in the East. According to the legend, the beautiful girl Jik Nyo and the diligent boy Kyon U loved each other but had to live separated with the Galaxy in between, and would meet the Ojak Bridge every July 7 by the lunar calendar.
In the evening on July 6, 1994, President Kim II Sung, all of a sudden, told this legent to the officials. About this time the attention of the world was drawn to a forthcoming summit meeting between the north and the south of Korea and the Korean people’s enthusiasm for reunification was reaching a crescendo. Therefore, his narrative bespoke his intention to arrange an emotional reunion for the Korean people that had been suffering from national division for scores of years.
His office remained lit all through that night and the next. After he unexpectedly passed away early in the morning on July 8, officials found on his table a document on the country’s reunification, bearing his signature “Kim II Sung July 7, 1994”.
The signature was later inscribed on a granite monument at Panmunjom on the Military Demarcation Line that divides the Korean peninsula into north and south, to hand the exploits President Kim II Sung had performed for Korea’s reunification, down through generations

Saturday, June 05, 2010


On behalf of the entire members of The Nigerian National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea, I hereby condemn the call by the US and her surigates to impose sanctions on the DPR of Korea over the alledge sinking of Cheonan ship. This alligation is baseless, without conclusive and convinsing proof and a mere figment of the imagination of the detractors of seeing united Korea.
This case is the result of hostile policy of U.S to destroy the peace and security in the Korean peninsula enjoys and isolate and stifle the DPR of Korea by inspiring the atmosphere of tension as currently is the case.
We call on all peace loving people of the world and progressives all over the world to vehemently denounce the manoeuvers of aggression conducted by the US and south Korean authorities under the pretext of "Cheonan"
We are absolutely supporting the statement of the spokesman of the National Defence Commission of the DPR of Korea published on May 22, 2010.
Korea would surely be reunited under the banner of the June 15 North-South Joint Declaration.

Dr. Alhassan M. Muhammad
National Chairman

Saturday, May 01, 2010

A seminar on Juche Idea was organised by Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa State on Wednesday April 7, 2010, to commemorate the birth of the founder of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea, the Sun of the Twentieth century and Great Leader Comrade Kim IL Sung.
The key speakers were : Dr. Abdullahi Mohammad Yamma, The Branch Chairman; Mr. Usman Abu Tom, Branch Secretary; and Mr. Modibbo Abdullahi, a lecturer in the Department of Political Science, Nasarawa State University, Keffi. Members of the audience included students of Political Science Department and other interested members of the University Community and the general public. The audience comprise d about two hundred and fifty participants.
A booklet entitled ‘KIM IL SUNG THREE CHARACTERS FOR NATIONAL REUNIFICATION’ was extensively discussed. The audience was excited after being educated on Juche Idea and embraced the principle of Self Reliance. The seminar lasted for about two hours.

Participants at the Seminar

Dr. Abdullahi, Mr Usman Abu Tom addessing participants

Dr. Abdullahi, Branch Chairman addressing participants


Dr. Abdullahi Mohammad Yamma
Branch Chairman
Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa State.

Friday, April 30, 2010

Statement supporting the April 21 Memorandum of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK

Today, world peace and security are linked together with the world denuclearization. The denuclearization of the Korean peninsula is a part of the world denuclearization.
As long as the nuclear issue in the Korean peninsula is concerned, it is the inevitable result of a nuclear threat that was incessantly created and sustained by the U.S. against the DPRK for decades.
The U.S. President threatened to use A-bomb against the DPRK in 1950. After, the U.S. deployed more than 1000 nuclear weapons in south Korea and perpetrated the U.S.-south Korea joint nuclear war exercises for more than 40 years since the 1969.
The U.S. finally defined the DPRK as a target of “the pre-emptive nuclear attack” in 2002 putting the Korean nation into the extreme danger of nuclear catastrophe.
The DPRK made the nuclear deterrent to cope with the nuclear threat from the U.S.
We believe that it is the sovereign measure of “nuclear weapon for nuclear weapons”. A nation has the right to use whatever means necessary to defend itself.
The peace treaty should be concluded to put an end to the armistice and to denuclearize the Korean peninsula. We are extending our firm support to the politics of DPRK to build the lasting peace regime on the Korean peninsula and denuclearize it.

Alhassan Mamman Muhammad
National Chairman
Nigeria National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea, Abuja

Monday, April 12, 2010

Members of the Nigerian National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea, FCT College of Education Zuba – Abuja branch marked the Day of the Sun, with a seminar on Songun politics of the DPR of Korea on 7th march 2010.

After the introduction of participants and the purpose of the occasion, the first paper titled; THE eternal sun was presented by the Chairman self Reliance Dr. Ahmed B. Lawan. He spoke on the origin of the day which is a historic event that ushered in a new era of independence. The Juche soldiers all over the world join the Korean people to mark the birthday of president Kim IL sung (1912 – 1994). The president, founder of socialist Korea, is likened to the sun as he possessed at the highest level with light, heat and attraction, attributes of the sun.
The second paper titled; The Juche Idea in brief and the Songun politics was presented by the Secretary of the branch Alhaji Suleiman Laido. He spoke extensively on the Songun politics and the Juche idea, stressing the philosophical outlook on the world clarifies that the world is dominated and transformed by man and that the world develops in accordance with the development of man. He also mentioned the emergence of the RED STAR operation system, developed a presented to the world which is geared toward the Juche idea.
The two papers marked the end of the presentations which was followed by responses and remarks form members of the study group.
The response/ Remarks:
Ø Sanusi Abdulkadir head of Department fine and applied arts, stressed the need for the students to be self reliant and look inward to themselves as the centre of their development
Ø Mohammed Musa as staff of the School of Education expressed delight to be part of the Juche Family and charged the participants to liberate themselves to have self confidence
Ø Idris Yusuf a Juche student was delighted in the seating arrangement, which exhibited freedom in the Juche philosophy
Ø Ibrahim Jephthan also a Juche student expressed his profound gratitude to the great leader Kim IL Sung for this noble ldea which has come the face of mankind
Ø Abdulrasheed Adamu another Juche student was full of praises to the great leader The Eternal Sun as man of the masses and surely a true light
Ø Dantani Adamu and Esther Adeoye Aderonke both Juche students sees the Juche philosophy as the solution to corruption in our land. They therefore requested that more members should be invited to be part of the Juche soldiers
Dr. Ahmed B. Lawan
Nigerian Committee on Self Reliance
Federal College of Education, Zuba.
On the occasion of the election of Kim Jong Il to the Chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPR Korea (9th April 1993)

It is a common sense that an army is considered a consuming unit in every country and its role is also confined to such purpose as the national defence and relief operations. But the Korean People's Army (KPA) in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea differs greatly from the armies in many countries around the world. To say nothing of the national defence, the KPA plays a leading role in all fields of the spiritual and cultural life and the economic construction, bringing great benefits to the people.
The KPA has helped the Korean people become strong and rich in spiritual power. A typical example is the revolutionary soldier spirit.
In the closing years of the last century the KPA soldiers set about the construction of the Anbyon Youth Power Station under orders of Supreme Commander Kim Jong Il of the KPA. It was a difficult project unprecedented in its volume and conditions. At that time, the imperialists stepped up the extreme economic sanctions against this country, taking advantage of collapse of socialism in some countries.
Worse still, consecutive natural disasters drove it to severe economic hardships, rendering the project virtually impossible. But the servicepersons in the DPRK completed the construction project by displaying the spirit of defending their supreme commander at the very cost of their lives and carrying through his orders and instructions without fail and the heroic self-sacrificing spirit of offering themselves for the sake of the country, the people and their comrades.
When many industrial establishments of the country were forced to shut down owing to power and material shortages and the people had to tighten their belts due to food shortage, they performed feats, instilling firm faith and great courage into the mind of the people.
The Korean people, too, built by themselves medium and small power stations in different parts of the country by displaying the revolutionary soldier spirit and thus tided over severe economic difficulties. They even provided themselves with a springboard for building a great, prosperous and powerful nation.
In the course of this they were confirmed in their belief that they would surely overcome any difficulties and hardships and emerge victorious when they follow their leader with single-minded devotion, believe in their strength and implement the plans and intentions of their leader to the letter.
The KPA's mode of optimistic cultural life found its way into the whole society, inspiring the people to lead a rich cultural life, singing and dancing merrily at workshop and home under the slogan of "Let us go the thorny path cheerfully!" The fact that the Korean people, in the wake of the KPA servicepersons, built such a scenic spot and pleasure resort as Mts. Chilbo and Kuwol splendidly in the grimmest period fully reveals their optimistic spirit
In general, an army is tailed with an epithet of "war and destruction," but the KPA has become a synonym for creation and construction.,
The KPA has long rendered great services to the economic construction of the country. The servicepersons developed many mines and coal mines and built power stations, factories, enterprises, schools, hospitals and theatres, thus making contributions to the development of the country. They built the Pyongyang Metro in the deepest underground in the world and the 8-km-Iong West Sea Barrage, one of the leading structures in the world.
They are now making breakthroughs on the main fronts of building a thriving nation, erecting model structures of the times by introducing cutting-edge technologies. In 2009 alone they successfully built an indoor swimming pool at Kim Il Sung University, a soil-type pollution-free. greenhouse at Wonsan University of Agriculture, the Nyongwon Power Station, the Sinchang Fish Farm for sturgeon breeding, the Taedonggang Tile Factory, Majon Hotel and others, equipped with frontier scientific achievements and boasting of the finest architecture.Supreme Commander Kim Jong Il looked round them and spoke highly of their labour feats.
In particular, the soldier-builders in the project of the Huichon Power Station created the "Huichon Speed," a new speed for a great 'upsurge, and thus imbued the people with confidence that they are fully capable of hitting the goal to fling open the gate to a thriving nation in 2012 which marks the centenary of birth of President Kim II Sung, father of socialist Korea.
The said project is the largest in construction scale and volume among those which have been built in recent two decades, a gigantic project that will take more than ten years in view of an established concept. But the servicepersons, with a target date by 2012, built cofferdam and temporary drainage way in the very year of the groundbreaking, the first of its kind in the history of building hydropower stations, and finished the digging of the foundation for the dam and started its concrete placing.
They pushed forward the construction in a three-dimensional way, introducing a cable bridge-type belt conveyor and a fresh construction method by means of various concrete prefabs, with the result that they wrought a miracle of carrying out in only five months colossal amount of works which would take five years.
Kim Jong Il visited the construction site in September 2009 and highly appreciated the heroic struggle of the KPA soldiers there, noting that it is the wealth and prosperity only for the Workers' Party of Korea and the Korean people to have such servicepersons.

National Chairman
Nigeria National Committee on the Study of Juche Idea

On the occasion of 15th April, 98th Birthday Anniversary of Kim Il Sung

President Kim II Sung (1912-1994), founder of socialist Korea and the Korean People's Army, was a great military strategist and ever-victorious, iron-willed general, who defeated two imperialist powers in his generation.

Legendary hero
During the military occupation of Korea by the Japanese imperialists (1905-1945), President Kim II Sung organized the anti-Japanese armed struggle and led it for 15 years, thus bringing about Korea’s liberation.
Having left his native home in Mangyongdae in his teens with a firm determination that he would not return to Korea without having achieved its independence, he declared an all-out war against Japanese imperialism even though there was no support from a regular army and home front. The adroit guerrilla tactics he employed by means of unusual military wisdom and unique stratagems terrified the one-million-strong Japanese army.
The combat methods and tactics he created during the anti-Japanese' armed struggle were original ones that could be found in no conventional military theories and manuals.
Among them were those of harassing the enemy in their rear, attacking the enemy in the west after making appearance in the east, making the enemy troops fight each other and looking the scene from afar, sometimes concentrating the guerrilla forces and dispersing them when necessary, intensive attack on the enemy by large units and surprise attack by small units, rapid mobile warfare, alluring the enemy troops and then ambushing them, circling operation and so on.

Military genius
President Kim n Sung defeated the US imperialists in the Korean war (June 1950-July 1953). The Korean War, the fiercest of its kind after the Second World War, was a political and ideological confrontation between socialism and capitalism and, at the same time, a test of the art of leadership of the commanders-in-chief of both sides.
Before igniting the Korean War, the United States, which had been boasting of being the "strongest" in the world, ensured absolute superiority over the Korean People's Army in terms of strength, and introduced large amounts of military hardware into South Korea. It vaunted, saying that there had been no time when preparations were as perfect as at this time for a war and that the war would be finished in a few days. Many people were apprehensive of the fate of the young DPRK.
It had been a convention in the world history of war that the side which was surprised by the other side at the start of a war retreat temporarily and then make a counteroffensive after bringing the situation under control however mighty its military strength was. But when the enemy troops made a surprise attack at the dawn of June 25, 1950 (Sunday), President Kim II Sung led his country to frustrate it at a stroke with prompt, full-scale counteroffensive. Under his order, the KPA units checked the enemy's offensive a few hours after the start of the war, switched over to counteroffensive and moved south as they gained momentum as they advanced in this course, they liberated 90% of the territory of south Korea and 92% of its population in a little over one month.
When the United States attempted to "encircle and annihilate" the KPA units by hurling even the troops of its 15 satellite countries to the Korean front, President Kim II Sung ordered them to make a strategic and temporary retreat, thus saving situation. He then turned the tide of the war by ensuring that the KPA units formed the second front, harassed the enemy in their rear and made a new counteroffensive.
The KPA soldiers, in conformity with the terrain features of their mountainous country, dug tunnels and, by relying on those tunnels, employed various combat methods, like sharp shooting and assaulting the enemy troops and hunting enemy aircraft and tanks; they thus frustrated the enemy's offensive and steadily weakened the enemy forces. For example, they shot down over I200 enemy aircraft in one year of 1952. The unique tactics and audacious and adroit operations employed by Supreme Commander Kim II Sung, who always took the initiative, adapting himself to the ever-changing situation, forced the US aggressors to kneel down.

Iron-willed commander
Even after the Korean war, fierce stand-off continued between the DPRK and the US .
In the early 1960s, when the situation was growing aggravated owing to the US schemes to ignite a new war, President Kim II Sung advanced the line of simultaneously pushing ahead with economic construction and defence building, and strengthened the military capabilities of the country to the maximum. And the self-defensive line of making the entire army a cadre army, modernizing it, putting all the people under arms and turning the whole country into a fortress, a line he put forward, strengthened the Korean People's Army into an army, each of whose soldiers is a match for a hundred foes and turned the whole country into an impregnable fortress.
In January 1968, their armed spy ship Pueblo was captured by the KPA Navy after it had intruded into the territorial waters of the DPRK. The US imperialists concentrated their large forces, including a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, in the waters near the Korean peninsula, claiming about a "powerful military counteraction" and "retaliation."
President Kim II Sung declared that the DPRK would answer the enemy's "retaliation" with retaliation and their all-out war with an all-out war. Disheartened by his pluck and courage, the US authorities signed a document, in which they apologized for the hostile acts of espionage committed by the Pueblo and promised that no US vessel would intrude into the territorial waters of the DPRK. This was a document of apology, the US authorities signed for the first time in the history of the United States.
He was awarded the title of Generalissimo of the DPRK in April 1992.

National Chairman