The current orgy of massacres of Biafrans by the Nigerian occupation genocidist military, begun on Wednesday 2 December 2015 in Onicha, has continued unabated. On Monday 18 January 2016, the genocidists positioned in Aba, commercial city in southeast Biafra, shot dead eight Biafrans peacefully protesting the incarceration of Nnamdi Kanu, freedom broadcaster of Radio Biafra and leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (Vanguard, Lagos, Tuesday 19 Janauary 2016), illegally detained by the Nigerian regime in a secret police facility in Abuja since mid-October. Scores of other demonstrators were seriously wounded in the slaughter and several others seized and taken away by the genocidists.
Every Biafran murdered or wounded or “disappeared” in this trail of murders is meticulously documented and archived. Each genocidist unit involved in these murders, including command and control personnel, is meticulously documented and archived. Everyone must now know that no one or institution involved in these murders will escape justice in court for committing the crime of genocide. This crime, it couldn’t be overstressed, has no statute of limitations in international law.
In the meantime, what the world cannot understand is the deafening silence on this massacre – Monday 18 January 2016 – from the Abia region regime in Aba. Is this regime not aware that its citizens, its own citizens, are being murdered by Nigerian occupation military (army, police, secret police, other undisclosed units) in Aba, commercial capital of the region and one of the principal cities of Biafra? Is Aba not part of its administrative jurisdiction? Have there been no massacres in Aba? Why hasn’t there been any condemnation of these murders from regime executive offices in Aba? When will the Abia region regime in Aba unequivocally condemn this Aba massacre?