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30th May Remembrance Day

-30th May Remembrance Day!,

-A Day Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) Family World Wide Home And In   Diaspora are Showing Sober Reflection And a moment of Respect And Honor for   Our Fallen Heroes And Heroins,

-Today Who Died That We May Live By A Consensus Method Of Sit At Home   Commanded By IPOB Leadership Led By Able Leader, Ohamadike, Onyendu The   Messiah Of Our Time, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu .

In 1967 Till 1970, Nigeria Govt And Its Allies The British Murdered My People The Igbos Of Biafrans Of South East Nigeria West Africa in a War Of Genocide. In that War, The Igbos ‘being at the verge of extermination Fought defensive War of which over 3.5Million Igbos were annihilated.

The Dead were mostly Women And children Because General Gowon who was Nigeria Head Of States Blocked Every Source of Food Movement otherwise known as Food Blockage and this was carried Out By The Then Minister Obafemi Awolowo from South west, a Yeruba man. As a results of that Millions Of Biafrans Children died of Starvation! ,

This is The Second Most Gruesome Murder As At the time in the history of mankind ! It is Noteworthy To know that the cause of that war was a Conspiracy by the Northern Elites and Supported by South West and with much influence and backing of British that saw Gen Gowon The Then President Federal Republic Of Nigeria To lie against Gen Ojukwu and Renege On Aburi Accord Meetings in Ghana where Delegates Of Nigeria Govt And Eastern region Delegates Led by their Leader Colonel Ojukwu reached Agreement on how Nigeria can work for both parties. 

Consequently, All Of the Agreement were Thrown away by Gen Gowon even though each Minute Of the Meeting were Recorded And Each party had their copy as an evidence.

Those are the beginning of the days Nigeria was sold to the devil. Ever Since then, Nigeria has not known peace till date. We also Remembering And honoring Those that The Murderous Nigerian Army , DSS And Fullani Herdsmen Are Killing Till Date. May Their Soul

RIP.  

30th May Remembrance Day!!! A Day Indeginous People Of Biafra (IPOB) Family World Wide Home And In Diaspora are Showing Sober Reflection And a moment of Respect And Honor for Our Fallen Heroes And Heroins Today Who Died That We May Live By A Consensus Method Of Sit At Home Commanded By IPOB Leadership Led By Able Leader, Ohamadike, Onyendu The Messiah Of Our Time, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu . In 1967 Till 1970, Nigeria Govt And Its Allies The British Murdered My People The Igbos Of Biafrans Of South East Nigeria West Africa in a War Of Genocide. In that War, The Igbos 'being at the verge of extermination Fought defensive War of which over 3.5Million Igbos were annihilated. The Dead were mostly Women And children Because General Gowon who was Nigeria Head Of States Blocked Every Source of Food Movement otherwise known as Food Blockage and this was carried Out By The Then Minister Obafemi Awolowo from South west, a Yeruba man. As a results of that Millions Of Biafrans Children died of Starvation! 😰😰😰 This is The Second Most Gruesome Murder As At the time in the history of mankind ! It is Noteworthy To know that the cause of that war was a Conspiracy by the Northern Elites and Supported by South West and with much influence and backing of British that saw Gen Gowon The Then President Federal Republic Of Nigeria To lie against Gen Ojukwu and Renege On Aburi Accord Meetings in Ghana where Delegates Of Nigeria Govt And Eastern region Delegates Led by their Leader Colonel Ojukwu reached Agreement on how Nigeria can work for both parties. Consequently, All Of the Agreement were Thrown away by Gen Gowon even though each Minute Of the Meeting were Recorded And Each party had their copy as an evidence. Those are the beginning of the days Nigeria was sold to the devil. Ever Since then, Nigeria has not known peace till date. We also Remembering And honoring Those that The Murdererous Nigerian Army , DSS And Fullani Herdsmen Are Killing Till Date. May Their Soul RIP. 😡😡😠😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡

Posted by Samson Sammy on Friday, May 31, 2019

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