Christians Are Not Terrorists, But Commit More Wicked Crimes Against Humanity – Sultan of sokoto

Christians Are Not Terrorists, But Commit More Wicked Crimes Against Humanity – Sultan of sokoto

The Satan of sokoto spoke in Benin City at the General Assembly and Executive National Council Meeting of the Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA). Abubakar said though Christians were not believed to be terrorists but they committed wicked crimes against humanity. He, however, hailed the Pope for making a very strong statement defending Islam as a religion of peace. On the hijab controversy, the Satan of sokoto said: “Hijab is our right not…

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Buhari and his 5% Votes: Final Execution of a Derailed British Script

Buhari and his 5% Votes: Final Execution of a Derailed British Script

How the British government planned and orchestrated the war against indiigbo , The division of kins men in their homeland for the benefit of international oil cooperation, this hatred by British colonial administrator laid the nest of hatred which Ndiigbo is being confined in today. “If and when the Ibos are finally COMPELLED to bend the knee to the Federal Forces and accept the East Central State as their definitive territorial homeland, with inevitably a…

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BIAFRA REFERENDUM #BIAEXIT

BIAFRA REFERENDUM #BIAEXIT

The great people of Biafra you have the opportunity to demand Liberty just like British people who just voted in a watershed referendum in which they were asked in civilised form whether to be in or out of the European union, but us Children of Biafra we are forced to permanently hand over all our political power to people who have been wrong about everything, So that they can rule over us like kings. Sound…

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BIAFRA: Simply stated, in restoring Biafra, we neither make war nor peace with Nigeria.

BIAFRA: Simply stated, in restoring Biafra, we neither make war nor peace with Nigeria.

No one needs to tell you, remind you or convince you that you are Biafran. No sensible person should be asking you to give them a reason as to why you are Biafran, or to justify your Biafran-ness. You and your ancestors have owned and resided on this piece of geography and real estate for as long forever, centuries before the colonial overlords grabbed up Africa for breakfast, carved it up at lunch time and…

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Nigeria: Killing of unarmed Biafra citziens by Nigeria military must be urgently investigated

Nigeria: Killing of unarmed Biafra citziens by Nigeria military must be urgently investigated

investigation by Amnesty International has confirmed that the Nigerian army gunned down unarmed people ahead of last month’s planned pro-Biafran commemoration events in Onitsha, Anambra state. Evidence gathered from eyewitnesses, morgues and hospitals confirms that between 29-30 May 2016, the Nigerian military opened fire on members of the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), supporters and bystanders at three locations in the town. “Opening fire on peaceful IPOB supporters and bystanders who clearly posed no threat…

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BIAFRA:GET UP STAND UP STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS #NDA

BIAFRA:GET UP STAND UP STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS #NDA

These are the words of the great mega star, Bob Marley. These words are as true today as they were the hour Bob Marley sang them. They are as true today for the people of Eastern Region (Biafra) as they were in 1967 when then Head of State of Biafra, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu warned all the people of Biafra that failure to stand up straight and fight to win their freedom from the Hausa Fulani Yoruba…

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In Nigeria, pro-Biafra campaigners are brutally being shot AFP

In Nigeria, pro-Biafra campaigners are brutally being shot AFP

Chukwu Ebuka Moses is too young to remember the Nigerian civil war that began in 1967 and which by its end nearly three years later devastated the southeast, shattering dreams of an independent Biafran homeland. But the 19-year-old student believes he joined the ranks of Biafran war veterans when he was shot during a protest in the Abia state capital, Aba, on January 18. Moses, fragile and limp, has to be carried to a black…

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Calling Buhari to order on Biafra before the impending calamity: Enough is enough

Calling Buhari to order on Biafra before the impending calamity: Enough is enough

Back in July 1966, former Military Heads of State, Gen. Muritalla Mohammed, Gen. Yakubu Gowon and other northern military officers pulled off a bloody counter coup that triggered a choreographed genocidal pogrom against Ndigbo especially in northern Nigeria. This pogrom was most intense between May 29-June 2 1966, July 29-August 2 1966 and Sept. 29-Oct 2 1966. Overwhelmed by the intensity of hate and venom against them, Ndigbo trooped back to their Igbo homeland from…

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Do not allow ranches to be created for Fulani herdsmen anywhere in Biafraland

Do not allow ranches to be created for Fulani herdsmen anywhere in Biafraland

Do not allow ranches to be created for Fulani herdsmen anywhere in Biafraland. They have vast stretches of idle land in the north, and they have World Bank funds to create irrigation and water those idle plains. They can build all the ranches they want in their land, and they actually have the funds to do that. Why are they rejecting FG offer to create ranches for then up north? Why do they insist they…

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Fulani Occupation:Buhari’s Government identifies priority areas in the budget

Fulani Occupation:Buhari’s Government identifies priority areas in the budget

• Earmarks N940m for grazing reserves, N284.1bn for job creation, school feeding • Rules out VAT increase • Unveils strategic implementation plan as capital releases begin today Ndubuisi Francis in Abuja With a budgetary provision of N940 million, the federal government has finally settled for grazing reserves in what appears a potent option to resolve the seemingly intractable problem of bloody clashes between Fulani herdsmen and various communities in the country. Under its N500 billion…

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