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Thursday, 13 September 2018

September 14 General Strike: Biafra Saboteurs Day is suddenly upon Nigeria



By Andy Sil | For Biafra Writers

September 13, 2018

All Hail great Biafra!

Suddenly, Biafra Saboteurs day is upon us, and Nigerians – young and old – are in panic.
Dear brethren (comrades), with much respect to the spirit of the departed, we wish to remind you “our Biafran warriors” in all of Biafraland; and in diaspora, that our resolve to mourn and accord special respect to the spirit of our departed comrades remains unchanged. On Friday, September 14, 2018, we will stay at home (not going outdoors) to do just that.

That Friday (tomorrow), all markets, Banks, Hotels, Schools, and all transportation businesses shall be shut down, till 6:00 pm. IPOB call it “General Strike”, or as some other people call it “Sit in your homes”. Please, we do not want to lose any Biafran to the murderous Nigerian occupation forces (Army, Navy, Airforce, Police, etc.) that would be prowling around on the day.
Their demon-possessed leaders, like the Commissioners of Police in all the states in Biafraland (both in the so-called South-south or South-east), are in real panic; and they are looking for Biafran blood to appease their demons.

If you sit in your homes that day, nothing will happen to you. So, please, please, and please again, do all your shopping this Thursday, September 13. If you truly want to quicken your freedom, stay at home on that day. Nigerian army has come to kill with “Operation Python Dance 3”. Stay off the roads and you will be safe.

READ ALSO: September 14, General Strike: We Make Haste To Insist That Our General Strike Action Must Go On Without Hitches

As we mourn our fallen comrades, who some Igbo-Biafran saboteurs connived with the enemies to kill, do not forget who the saboteurs are. Among them are John Nnia Nwodo, Bishop Emmanuel Chukwuma, Orji Uzor Kalu, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, Charles Soludo, Ebitu Ukaiwe, and Chris Ngige. Do not forget also: Peter Obi, Joe Igbokwe, Kenneth Okonkwo, Andy Uba, T.A Orji, Chief Guy Ikoku, Eze Eberechi Dick, and the five eastern States governors. Of course, the five governors are Okezie Ikpeazu, Dave Umahi, Rochas Okorocha, Willie Obiano, and Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi.
These are the Igbo efulefus who reduced themselves to articil├ęs of NO commercial value in Nigeria.
Brethren, (Biafrans), as we mourn for the repose of the souls of our gallant departed comrades, whose lives were snuffed out by all these aforementioned evil men, we must not forget IPOB slogan: “Freedom For All”.

 IPOB high command has called for cessation of hostilities against Deeper life Church, Pastor William Kumuyi, who coincidentally is having a church program same day from 6:00pm. IPOB has no grouse with deeper life church its leadership or any faith at all in Nigeria or anywhere in the world. IPOB General Strike ends at 6:00 pm on the date. We want to thank all IPOB members in all Biafraland for their dedication, resoluteness and understanding. Through your commitment, Nigeria’s evil rulers now know that Biafra cannot be wished away.

Lastly, may I use this opportunity to thank and greet our dear mothers in all Biafraland for their serious evangelism all over Biafraland. Okorocha has lost the battle. Rochas Okorocha thought he could cow our dear mothers into submission, but he did not know he was giving them fuel for their fire. Now that fire is engulfing the whole Biafraland, and Nigerian rulers are in serious panic.
The dexterity of our mothers is good testimony that there is no giving up on Biafra. To us all, it is a case of “No retreat, No surrender”. We must continue to demand for the release of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his parents wherever Nigerian evil General, Mohammadu Buhari, is keeping them. We must not fail to call on the international community to lend their voices to this cause.

THE BIAFRA TIMES 2018
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