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Monday 3 September 2018

Biafra: Saboteurs Day - A Day Bad History Was Made

By Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu | Biafra Writers

September 3, 2018

"Saboteur's Day," is a day in Biafra land, when the people meditate on the wound a brother inflicted on a fellow brother. A day of sober reflection on the mass death of their sons, daughters, fathers and mothers who died as a result of the mind-boggling betrayal from their own rulers. A day the few prodigal sons of the land parading themselves as leaders, for the love of money and power, opened door for the enemy to come in and slaughter their own people. A day these few sons of the land gathered in one voice and called their people "criminals." A day they showed that they love power, money than their people even if it requires to massacre their people on course. That day 14th September of every year is called "Sabo Day."

As this day is registered in history, the people shall never forget the names of these their sons that brought death upon them. Their names shall remain in the blacklist of their people. Welcome to Sabo Day, the day bad history was made.  Nnia Nwodo, Dave Umahi, Okezie Ikpezie, Ike Ekweremadu, Bishop Chukwuma and other political jobbers in Abuja, must be remembered for their sabotage. These names shall be chased into oblivion.

September 14, 2018, will be a "GENERAL STRIKE" day all over Biafra land. On that day, Biafrans sits at their various homes to reflect on that horrible event that took the lives of their people. The spiritual controls the physical, and as Biafrans have stood up to respect their dead ones, so also will their dead stand up to fight for their sake.

Biafrans, let us join hands together to make Friday, September 14, 2018, a memorable day in our lives. No other people will do it for us, only we will do it for ourselves. Biafrans from the coastal and riverine areas should stand up to the reality. At the end, this remarkable day shall become a lesson for generations of Biafrans to come. This is “Sabo Day.”

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