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Thursday, 17 December 2015

BREAKING NEWS:

BREAKING NEWS!!!
RELEASED LEADER OF IPOB NNAMDI KANU
The Indigenous People of Biafra, in conjunction with Radio Biafra London is happy to announce the double victory of the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB and director of Radio Biafra, Prince Nnamdi Kanu at the Magistrate Court Wuse Abuja yesterday 16th December, 2015, and his follow up victory today 17th December 2015 at the High Court Abuja. Director Nnamdi Kanu was yesterday discharged and acquitted of all charges at the Magistrate Court and today as well he was discharged of all charges and released unconditionally from the High Court Abuja.  This goes to say that Nigeria is a lawless society arresting the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra IPO for no reason. We wish to express our appreciation to the Nigeria Judiciary for upholding the rule of law and to allow justice to prevail. 


NNAMDI KANU

MORE UPDATE AS THE PROCESSES UNFOLD.

BY BIAFRA WRITERS

5 comments

  1. Glory be to God. The nigerian juntas are bloody tasty and anything could have happened. The suffering of Nnamdi Kanu and other biafrans can never be in vain. The dialogue and time of referendium can now be commenced with Nnamdi kanu as d prime minister of biafran republic

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  2. Just as Prof. Wole Soyinka said "once an idea has taken hold, you cannot destroy that idea.  You may destroy the people that carry the idea on the battlefield, but, ultimately, it is not the end of the story.” Nigerian government should know that Biafra is an idea and ideas are more dangerous and more stronger than bullets. The release of Nnamdi Kanu is a merry Christmas to all indigenous people of Biafra and a progressive step towards the restoration of biafra..

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  3. MY TRUE STORY OF THE I966 MASSACRE OF BIAFRANS IN THE NORTHERN NIGERIA: On this fateful day in the morning around 10.00am or there about in Kaduna, I was 12 years old then, my dad who worked with P.W (Public Works) as a supervisor left early that morning leaving my mum and my siblings at home. In our compound there were two block of bungalows, we occupied one while Mr. Nwanze and family from Ogwashi Ukwu occupied the other. Suddenly there was shouting and commotion outside on the street and some women with their kids rushed into our compound in terror. We in the compound did not know what the matter was, so when we enquired they told us that some young men with blood all over their body who escaped from the mobs told them that large crowds of Hausa Fulani mobs carrying local guns, machetes and heavy clubs were killing many Biafrans in town, going from street to street. Fifty or so of them will surge into a compound, and break into doors killing any one they found hiding in there, they will both children, women and the few men around since most men were at work, then they will go into the next compound. Fortunately for us Mr. Nwanze who was on night shift duty with the NTA was the only man in the compound at that moment, he locked up the compound gate and stood guard with his double-barrel gun at the ready. But because Major Nzeogwu C. Kaduna’s family house was next to our street, for that reason, the mobs avoided our area because some armed soldiers were close by at alert. My dad returned home at about midnight that day and we all jumped up with joy because we thought he was already been killed. He told us he carefully made use of the side streets, trespassing silence compounds and climbing over back yard wall fences to make his way back. He immediately ordered my mum to prepare rice meal that night because we must leave for Enugu early that morning. At the railway station that morning were very large crowd of fleeing Biafrans. My dad and his friend managed to secure a seat for my mum, I and my siblings were passed through the window. The train was so jam parked that many people were hanging by the train doors and others at the roof tops all along the coaches. The train eventually started moving after wasting lots of time. The journey from Kaduna to Enugu then was suppose to take two to three days but it took us four to five days to get to Enugu. From time to time the train will stop and the Biafra escort soldiers attached to the train for protection will ward off blockades and mobs along the way. Many children die in the stuffy train for lack of air and hunger. Some of those hanging at the doors and roofs fell off and died during the trip and the train could not stop. We arrived Enugu at night and we have to continue to Onitsha then to Oba in Idemili Local Govt Area. It was so tedious for my mum who have to handle the few luggage we had as well as the kids. After some effort we found a taxi whose driver showed some sympathy for us and agreed to take us right to Oba from the station. We arrived home and my uncle who was still awake raised an alarm and other relations came out shouting. They thought we were all killed according to the news they heard. After about a month, my dad returned home and narrated how he made home with his friend from Ogidi. According to my dad, they will go by vehicle for some distance, walk the road for some time and go by the bush avoiding the Hausa Fulani communities. It was terrible I must tell you he said.

    A blow by blow account of the war proper is next.


    Written by Max Woody - Obi
    Biafran writers.

    I am happy for the release of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu today 17.12.2015.

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  4. Hundreds killed at Onitsha and their crime is that they were rejoicing and celebrating the acquittal and discharge (but not release) of Nnamdi Kanu. Have the DSS obeyed any court order? They and their master is the LAW.

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  5. It takes the one with the SPIRIT of GOD -Moses to defeat and destroy the one with spirit of Pharaoh. Only the one saved from water [Moses] could destroy the one destined for destruction by water [ stubborn Pharaoh and his armies].

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