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Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Breaking news!!!!! Live update!! Army, Navy and police are shooting at unarmed Pro-Biafra at River Niger bridge Onitsha


Breaking news!!!!! Live update!! Army, Navy and police are shooting at unarmed Pro-Biafra at River Niger bridge Onitsha


The news reaching us now is that Nigeria Army, Navy and police are shooting at unarmed Pro-Biafra protesting at River Niger bridge Onitsha at this very hour of the morning 1:00 am on the 2/12/2015, Many causalities from an eyewitness, the number of causalities is yet unknown.  

Where is the humanity?  Where is the United Nations? We Biafra does not need to fight a second time to gain their freedom; the United Nation knows this fact. Those that are benefiting from Nigeria are paying huge amounts to the United Nations and the westerners to bury the matter. 

6 comments

  1. If we really go for 2nd fight to have our freedom. Oh yeah let fight Nothing to fear

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  2. If we really go for 2nd fight to have our freedom. Oh yeah let fight Nothing to fear

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  3. What is going on in Onitsha now all markets are closed noting is moving on we need Biafra that is the final.

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  4. Insane killing of the IPOB members during a peaceful protest it really appalling to hear Nigerian army, Navy and Police are using live bullet on unarmed Nigeria citizens.
    These are the people you say your governing but turn behind to kill them in a slightest provocation, Buhari you are insane..

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  5. This is what Senator Ahmed Sani Yerima has to say: Amidst a renewed agitation by pro-Biafra protesters across the South east and South south parts of the country with the subsequent clamp down on them by the Federal Government, a former governor of Zamfara State, Ahmad Sani Yerima, has said that the Biafra agitators were on a legitimate struggle for self determination.

    The former governor, now a Senator, told newsmen that consequently, the federal government and the security agencies must allow them to exercise their fundamental human rights as guaranteed by the Constitution.

    Yerima, a politician known for his radical views on national issues, cautioned President Muhammadu Buhari and the Nigeria Armed Forces against the use of force on the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the Movement for the Survival of the Sovereign State of Biafra ( MASSOB), saying the groups were on a legitimate struggle for self-determination and should be allowed to exercise their fundamental rights.

    Indigenous People of Biafra
    He disagreed with President Buhari and the top echelon of the Nigeria Armed Forces on the handling of the renewed agitation by the groups to revive the defunct Republic of Biafra saying they should be more matured and accommodating in a democracy.

    Yarima, who was speaking in Abuja said it was wrong for people to classify the agitators who have been campaigning for the revival of the defunct Republic of Biafra as secessionist because they have legitimate rights under the Nigerian Constitution to express their views on any issue.

    He said that rather than treat the agitators as rebels who must be forced to either remain in Nigeria or be crushed, the Federal Government should find out why the agitation has been growing by the day.

    In recent weeks, there have been a series of public demonstrations across the five states of the South-East geo- political zone as well as spreading into Delta and Rivers states in the South- South geo- political zone. In the wake of the mass rallies, President Buhari had warned the groups that he would not tolerate actions that could lead to the dismemberment of the country.

    On the strength of that pronouncement, the Nigeria Armed Forces has also issued warnings to the agitators to bury their dreams of having a separate country or be prepared to face the full weight of the military. But Yarima argued that though he believed in the unity of Nigeria, the agitators should be allowed to express their views freely.

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  6. U guys speak about war like u know what it costs to prosecute one. I just hope we don't get to that point however..

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