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Monday, 22 June 2015

Terrorists elect Buhari why did you use “Napalm bomb” to bomb innocent children? Killed 350 for just been Biafra. Akwa Ibom is a peaceful state

 Napalm is flammable liquid used in warfare. It is a mixture of a gelling agent and petroleum or a similar fuel. It was initially used as an incendiary device against buildings and later primarily as an anti-personnel weapon, as it sticks to skin and causes severe burns when on fire.
This is the type of burnt on the coastal area of Calabar till Bakassi . They are roasting our people with Napalm bomb.

The story of bombardment of the Biafra land keep on changing today is War against oil thieves yesterday it was kidnappers, Akwa Ibom is a peaceful state, Terrorists elect Buhari why did you use “Napalm bomb” to bomb innocent children? Killing 350 Biafrans. 
It has been confirmed that Nigeria Air Force, under the directives of the Buhari-led administration, raided Ikot Obiokut, a border community in Cross River state for reasons not yet clear to observers.

An anonymous reporter confirmed that raid by Hind helicopter gunships using incendiary bombs massacred over three hundred villagers and about twenty militants!

According to sources, “one villager who escaped the massacre by swimming across the creek reported that they were going about their normal business when suddenly the gunship flew over the village.

“Villagers who were not engaged in any criminal activity came out to wave to the aircraft when suddenly the gunship opened fire.

“Those who ran into their houses were roasted when they gunship came back and napalmed the whole village.

 “Uwem, the survivor, is now living in fear of his life.

One observer who wish to remain anonymous said: "It seems the present Federal Government is avenging for the killed Boko Haram terrorists." had reported that, the Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshall Alex Badeh, last Friday warned oil thieves to desist from the act or be ready to face deadly gun battle.

Badeh gave the warning on Friday while inaugurating the permanent complex of the Joint Task Military Force’s Operation Pulo Shield headquarters in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.
Following rising cases of oil theft in the Niger Delta region, Badeh lamented that oil theft, kidnapping and other criminal activities were still on the increase in the region despite the previous agreement reached with former militants to down tools.

He said, “Criminalities in the Niger Delta, we thought, have stopped but now they are on the rise again. But I know that our gallant men and women are equal to the task.

“We are after the bad men; we are good men and darkness can never overtake light. No nation can develop in the presence of so much criminality.

“Now we are hearing that people are taking up arms here and there; kidnapping is on the rise, oil theft is on the rise, going by the last seizure of a ship loaded with 15,000 metric tons of illegal properties.

“The military was here before and we reached a simple agreement to down tools to work together for the benefit of our nation. We want to tell the criminals that they should not allow us to turn our guns back to the Niger Delta. Please, do not let the Armed Force turn its arsenal on the Niger Delta.”

Badeh said the military had received major arms for the Navy, stressing that naval operatives were stationed in the blue waters.

The CDS, who appealed to youths in the region to operate within the ambits of the law, said the JTF had received added capabilities to combat all manner of criminalities in the region.

In his remarks, the JTF Commander, Maj.-Gen. Emmanuel Atewe, stated that the JTF was a product of the defunct Operation Restore Hope, which was earlier established to check criminal activities in the region with headquarters in Warri, Delta State.

He said since his assumption as Commander of the Operation Pulo Shield some months ago, the JTF had recorded a lot of achievements in the fight against oil theft.

Atewe highlighted the destruction of over 1,000 illegal oil refineries, arrest and trial of several suspects, destruction of over 400 smuggling boats, and 20 trucks containing illegally refined products, among others.

He said, “The idea to build a permanent complex was informed by the huge amount of money expended on rent by the Command over the years.

“May I thank the Chief of Defence Staff for donating 30 gun boats to the JTF and the Bayelsa State government for its cooperation with the JTF.

“The new JTF Complex occupies over 8 acres of land comprising of officers’ accommodation, residential apartments for officers and men, sports and fitness centre, medical facilities and officers mess.”

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