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Sunday, 14 February 2016

TRIBUTE TO ABA FALLEN HEROES OF JANUARY 9TH AND ALL



BIAFRA:
TRIBUTE TO ABA FALLEN HEROES OF JANUARY 9TH AND ALL

It is a regret we found ourselves in the midst of ravaging wolves where every exercise of human right is paid back with death. We were together with one spirit and one heart singing, praising and praying to the creator of the whole universe (ChukwuOkike-Abiama) when the enemies invaded our holy gathering and started massacring the people of God.
We began our quest to be civilized like other civilized nations of the world, without guns, knife or even sticks and without any atom of violent protest. Only with placards! But the agents of Hitler, Buhari kept shooting at us. They shot at our mothers, sisters, brothers and even little children, exactly the repetition of 1967-1970 incidents when they committed the genocide against us.

Their bullets took your body but not your soul. While you all were living you wished us to be strong and courageous. Tears rolled down our checks when we saw that was the finishing of your battle and you have handed the baton over to us. Your sudden departures was not your fault nor any act of God but man's inhumanity against man. You fought for the freedom and end to our slavery; you fought for what you believed in and you died for your people which proves that your love to us is exceeding high. 

We missed you all our faithful Comrades, we will continue where you stopped and neither imprisonment nor ultimate price will deter us from achieving our goal and that is Freedom! This we assure you all. GOOD BYE COMRADES as we throng on to get the BIAFRA you died for. 


Written  By  MyEminence Akaeze
Edited  By  Ikechukwu  Nwaorisa
By  BIAFRA WRITERS

4 comments

  1. I feel your pains; I hear your groans; I see the tears flowing like water from your eyes down to your legs; I hear your voices speaking hope in the midst of frustration. I pray that your sacrifices will not be in vain. Continue to rest, my heroes, my loved ones,my brothers and sister! God will avenge your death. And those mercenaries of doom will live forever with the pain resulting from their bloody hands. Gaanu nke oma!we shall meet to part no more

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  2. I feel your pains; I hear your groans; I see the tears flowing like water from your eyes down to your legs; I hear your voices speaking hope in the midst of frustration. I pray that your sacrifices will not be in vain. Continue to rest, my heroes, my loved ones,my brothers and sister! God will avenge your death. And those mercenaries of doom will live forever with the pain resulting from their bloody hands. Gaanu nke oma!we shall meet to part no more

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  3. It's so sad that our human rights have been perverted in a country that claim they practice democracy yet the international communities have chosen to remain adamant.... I pray that God almighty will receive the souls of our departed hero's and grant them eternal rest in peace., amen.

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  4. Your pain is my pain ,i have sworn to never backout from this struggle to restore my dear mother Nation BIAFRA ,your blood flows like river in the hands of the enemies who has claimed we where one ,I pray that the LORD almighty shall grant your souls eternal rest ,as we continue where you have stopped .at the end BIAFRA shall be restored .all hail BIAFRA .GOD BLESS BIAFRA .

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