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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Biafra Exit - Northern Group Writes Acting President Osinbajo

The coalition of Northern youth groups that recently gave Igbos resident in Northern Nigeria three months ultimatum to vacate the region has urged Acting President Yemi Osinbajo to allow Biafran secessionists succeed through peaceful means.::




June, 19th 2017

His Excellency,

Professor Yemi Osinbajo,

Acting President,

The Federal Republic of Nigeria,

Aso Rock Presidential Villa

Abuja

OPEN LETTER


Your Excellency,

APPRECIATION

On behalf of this coalition and all the peace-loving people of Northern Nigeria, we begin this letter by commending your efforts towards finding a lasting solution to the lingering Igbo-induced crisis that is undoubtedly overheating the polity.

We sincerely believe Your Excellency’s good intentions as shown by your prompt and genuine actions towards ensuring peace and stability in holding talks with leaders of the North and the South-East.

Though we do not doubt Your Excellency’s bona fide concerns for the peaceful resolution of the crises, we nevertheless have reservations as to the efficacy of this approach in ensuring lasting solutions.

Our doubts are informed by the following historical antecedents that have characterized the behavior and conduct of the Igbo in Nigeria and previous efforts at containing them.



PAST EXPERIENCES


The Igbo of Eastern Nigeria manifested their hatred for Nigeria’s unity barely five years after we gained our independence from the British when on January 15, 1966, their army officers carried out the first-ever mutiny that marked the beginning of a series of crisis which has profoundly altered the course of Nigeria’s history.

By that ill-motivated, cowardly and deliberate action, the Igbo killed many northern officers from the rank of lieutenant colonel upwards and also decapitated the Prime Minister and the political leadership of the Northern and Western regions but left the zenith of Igbo leadership at the Federal level and the Eastern region intact.

In line with the Igbo plan, General Aguiyi-Ironsi took advantage of the vacuum and, instead of returning power to the remnants of the First Republic government, he appropriated the coup and attempted to consolidate it for his people.

Army officers of the Northern Region were eventually compelled to execute a counter-coup on July 29, 1966, following a coordinated series of brazen provocations from the Igbo who taunted northerners on northern streets by mocking the way leaders of the region were slain by the Igbo. This, unfortunately, resulted in mob action which resulted in the death of many Igbos.

And when Lt. Col. Yakubu Gowon, from the North, took over as Head of State following the counter-coup, the Igbo through Lt. Col. Ojukwu, characteristically refused to recognize Gowon.



 Ojukwu 

Ojukwu declared the secession of the Igbo people from Nigeria and the formation of the Republic of Biafra on May 30, 1967, resulting in a civil war that led to the tragic deaths of more than 2 million Nigerians.

It is important to note here that the Igbo eventually capitulated and conceded defeat in an unconditional surrender, not an armistice, on January 15, 1970, which renders any talk about Biafra at any other time, a repudiation of the terms of that surrender signed by Phillip Effiong and other Biafran leaders.



BIAFRA REINCARNATED


In a shot out of the blues, the Igbo have over the last 2 years regrouped and fiercely and openly started discussing Biafra again under Ralph Uwazuruike of the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State Of Biafra MASSOB.

This was given greater impetus by a more furious Igbo rogue group called the Indigenous People Of Biafra IPOB under Nnamdi Kanu who even operates an illegal radio station spreading hate and war messages across the nation, calling other ethnic groups all sorts of names and threatening them with violent extermination.

The activities of the Igbo under Kanu’s IPOB has grown exponentially ranging from ordering people of other regions out of the South East – particularly the Yorubas and Hausa /Fulani from the South West and the North respectively, to open declaration of the amassing of arms and forceful total shutdown of the entire South-East.

KANU and IPOB have declared full allegiance to a “Republic of Biafra” and continue to preach hatred and war virtually every day, and not for once did any Igbo leader call them to order. Instead, many of the leaders including Mr. Ike Ekweremadu, the Deputy senate president, the most senior elected Igbo, pay Kanu courtesy calls to prove that he is speaking for the entire Igbo. It is glaring to all that Kanu has serially breached all the terms of his stringent jail conditions in total disregard to the sanctity of our justice system.

Even the latest statement by the South-East Governors Forum signed by Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi State in a response to the Northern reaction did not condemn Kanu and Uwazuruike but characterized their action as “peaceful”.

While all this is going on, neither the Igbo political and cultural leaders nor other regional leaders of the North or West nor the international community or any religious body ever found it necessary to call these renegade groups to order or in the very least admonish their leaders to do so.



Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha


Furthermore, none of the Igbo leaders holding various positions in this government ever disowned IPOB or condemned its operations until lately with Governor Rochas Okorocha’s mild condemnation after the Kaduna Declaration by our Coalition.



GROUNDS FOR SUSPICION


Given the unrepentant antecedents exhibited by the Igbo as highlighted above, we strongly believe that the gruesome picture that the Biafran agitation represents is beyond a few people showcasing to Your Excellency that the Igbo will eventually heed the call for peace and desist from their dangerous campaign against Nigeria.

The seed of hate planted in the name of Biafra is evidently so deep that the ongoing interaction between you and the leaders from the South East cannot in our well informed opinion douse or address the underlying deep seated underlying problems.

We base our concerns on the following grounds.

Despite the fact that the Igbo have been the most accommodated and tolerated of all the ethnic groups of Nigeria, the renewed incessant, spiteful and vile threats and insults on Northern leaders and their people, culture and religions that are the targets of this venomous agitation for Biafra, can hardly be addressed through a series of two hours dialogues.

As if to prove this, barely hours after Your Excellency’s meeting with the South-East leaders, the Biafran Igbo openly disowned the leaders and dissociated themselves from the meeting.

More disturbingly, Kanu has openly claimed that the Biafran agitators have amassed arms in readiness for a war of secession which is quite conceivable given the fact that since 2009, catches of dangerous weapons routinely smuggled into the country and occasionally intercepted by the Nigerian authorities, were all traced to Igbo sources.

The situation continues to be baffling and alarming and therefore unacceptable – especially with the Igbo political and opinion leaders openly legitimizing the violent comments, insults, threats, hate speeches and call to anarchy that the Biafrans led by Nnamdi Kanu are making against the North and the Nigerian state in general.

Southeast leaders have instead, enthusiastically given Kanu the platform, patronage and symbolic legitimacy through an ignominious display of homage, reception and open embrace.



OUR CONCERNS


Concerned by the fact that the Biafrans have confessed to arming themselves for a violent breakup, we feel that it is risky for the rest of the country particularly the North to go on pretending that it is safe for us to co-habitate with the Igbos given how deeply they are entrenched in our societies.

And since evidently, the Igbos have not been sufficiently humbled by their self-imposed bloody civil violence of 1966, we are strongly concerned that nothing short of granting their Biafran dream will suffice.

And since the Igbo have virtually infiltrated every nook and cranny of Northern Nigeria where they have been received with open arms

as fellow compatriots, we strongly believe that the region is no longer safe and secure in the light of the unfolding threats and the fact that for a long time, the Igbo have gone to extraordinary lengths to ensure that in their domain in the South East, Northerners and Westerners are as much as possible disenfranchised from owning any businesses whereas, in Kano alone, they own not less than 100, 000 shops across all the business districts.

That since the younger generation of Nigerians makes up for more than 60 percent of the nation’s population, it is our hope that they inherit this country in better shape so that they can build a much better future for themselves and their offsprings in an atmosphere that is devoid of anarchy, hate, suspicion and negativity that characterize the polarized, and clearly irreconcilable differences forced on us by the Biafran Igbos.

To make a bad situation even worse, their leaders have continued to show support for this treacherous cause and thus giving credence to our concern that what they say about us is what they truly mean and intend – “Kill everyone in the Zoo” (North). Your Excellency, we cannot afford to discard this as mere mischief as the utterances that caused the terrible Rwandan genocide still resonates in our minds.

Lastly, Sir, it is quite impossible to expect that other nationalities would simply stand by and watch while a certain ethnic group perpetrates all the above heinous misconducts that involve threats, call to violence and extermination, insults and songs of war without responding.



OUR STAND


While we unequivocally restate that we are not waging war or calling anyone to violence, we nevertheless are also not willing to continue tolerating the malicious campaign and threats of war that the Igbos have continued to wage against us.

Neither can we afford to continue giving the keys to our cities to a people whose utterances, plans and arrangements are clearly geared towards war and anarchy.

We, therefore, demand that the only enduring solution to this scourge that is being visited on the nation is complete separation of the states presently agitating for Biafra from the Federal Republic of Nigeria through a peaceful political process by:

Taking steps to facilitate the actualization of the Biafran nation in line with the principle of self-determination as an integral part of contemporary customary international law.

The principle of self-determination has, since World War II become a part of the United Nations Charter which states in Article 1(2), that one of the purposes of the UN is “to develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples.

We submit that this protocol envisages that people of any nation have the right to self-determination, and although the Charter did not categorically impose direct legal obligations on member States; it implies that member States allow agitating or minority groups to self-govern as much as possible.

This principle of self-determination has since been espoused in two additional treaties: The United Nations Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights and the United Nations Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Article 1 of both international documents promote and protect the right of a people to self-determination. State parties to these international documents are obliged to uphold the primacy and realization of this right as it cements the international legal philosophy that gives a people the right to self-determination.

As the Igbo agitations persist and assume threatening dimensions, we submit that there is need to ensure that they are given the opportunity to exercise the right to self-determination as entrenched under the aforementioned international statutes to which Nigeria is a signatory.



PRAYERS:


Aware that the right of self-determination in international law is the legal right for a “people” that allows them to attain a certain degree of autonomy from a sovereign state through a legitimate political process, we strongly demand for a referendum to take place in a politically sane atmosphere where all parties will have a democratic voice over their future and the future of the nation.

The Igbo from all over the country and in the Diaspora should be advised to converge in their region in the South-East for a plebiscite to be organized and conducted by the United Nations and other regional bodies for them to categorically to decide between remaining part of Nigeria or having their separate country.

That government should at the end of the plebiscite implement whatever is agreed and resolved in order to finally put this matter to rest.

Lastly, we pray His Excellency to study the references forwarded with this letter dispassionately and decide who is more in the wrong between those who openly pledge allegiance to a country other than Nigeria backing it up with persistent threats of war and those of us whose allegiance remains with the Nigerian state but simply urge that the secessionists be allowed to actualize their dream peacefully throw universally entrenched democratic options.



CONCLUSION


Your Excellency, we want to reiterate our high respect for your office and acknowledge the efforts you are making to lower tensions. We assure you, as well-brought up northerners, we listen to the advice and cautions of our elders, and in particular, their concerns that we do not create the impression that any Igbo or any Nigerian will be harmed in the North. We assure you that we will defend the rights of every Nigerian to live in peace and have their rights protected.


While we do not see this clamour for Biafra as an issue over which a single drop of blood should be shed, we at the same time, insist that the Igbo be allowed to have their Biafra and for them to vacate our land peacefully so that our dear country Nigeria could finally enjoy lasting peace and stability.


Long Live the Federal Republic of Nigeria.


SIGNED:

Amb. Shettima Yerima

Joshua Viashman

Aminu Adam

Abdul-Azeez Suleiman

Nastura Ashir Sharif

from sahara reporters.


100 comments:

  1. Lmao.... See how these idiots just twisted the story. Northerners are the violent ones. The world know this. Stupid people deceiving themselves

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    1. Don't mind them. The northerners are now claiming the victims. Blood SUCKING demons. We can never be one. All hail Biafra

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    2. I'm from d east and I do not support this biafra shenanigans. The problem here is that kanu man and him beating d drums of war which will affect too many people. War isn't a good thing. U all need to listen to this man talk sometimes. He's a dictator. And d touts that r easily brainwashed will carry it on their heads while they can't even spell biafra or know what ipob stands for. Smh. Abeg we have too many on our plates. Kanu should let this rest abeg.
      #myopinion

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    3. Make una go now. Haba. They are fighting for you to go peacefully, what else do you want abi you want more tjan biafra?

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    4. Both the Biafran agitators and ourselves are victims of an unfortunate destiny called Nigeria. We all are fighting for survival within a system that never favours any region at the detriment of another. You need to live in the north to see the very high level of poverty here. If the Igbos think they are tired of consuming the bitter fruits of the unconsenting colonial amalgamation, we would only sit and watch how far their self-assuming rationality will carry them. However, I still believe in the One Nigeria Project. All we have to do is to pray less and work more. Sooner, rather than later, things would change, Positively!!πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•

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    5. In other words, they want Nigeria divided as much as Biafra?
      Who even typed these for them? I know they can't read and write to save themselves. Vuhari people

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    6. Anonymous you're smart. They are all bloody lying bastards

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    7. Wasn't aguiyi ironsI killed by a northerner? Yet, do you see any Ibos attacking hausas for that? Illiteracy is their problem

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    8. Jules are you not ashamed of what you just typed. I don't agitate for Biafra but that doesn't mean I should pretend as if everything is okay. Gone were the days when people acted like cowards and hypocrites in a bid to sound classy. What has this letter written by bunch of lousy men waiting to forcefully inherit another man's sweat got to do with Kanu and co, we are talking about setting things right and some of you are still using Biafra to cover your weakness. Some of these northeners think they own Nigeria but its high time we all set things right.

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    9. Weldone northerners we want out PERIOD. They can live in their zoogeria. They should not think that we want to stay because of what those politicians who call themselves Igbo leaders are saying. Thank God our Biafra is actualizing.

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    10. Anon 17:29 Northerners are not the problem of this country,its clearly the Easterners (igbos).you have the rights to call people stupid and idiots that makes you more foolish. If you think the northerners are violent doesn't your statement contain so much vile? If they are bombing and killing,they are bombing and killing themselves in their region abi they came to Onitsha or Aba to bomb?

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    11. Anon 1:51, how about the fulanis killing people at Enugu, imo, etc. you are very uninformed. So you think we don't have Hausas in Igboland?

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  2. This is a very well articulated write-up, I pray the FG see some senses in what is written above, these people are tired, please grant them their heart felt wish






    *Larry was here*

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    1. Yes! We are tired and want to go.

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    2. Pls go in peace.......so dat u guys can fight within urselves who wil b d president, wer d capital wil b etc and i want to see d peaceful co exitance btw an Anambra man and an Imbise man as brothers with one ruling the oda......look at wat is happening in the church division among d igbos is even worse. And ninja delta are not part of biafra so b warned

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    3. Amen Larry, we are tired of this marriage, we want divorce.

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    4. @ anno 22;24
      Is Mbaise and not Imbise Kwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa
      Next time humble your self and ask an Igbo person to spell it for you

      #1Nigeria#

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    5. Don't be deceived! When the Ibo brothers fight, they will still settle and start building their country! A lot of foreign countries will come to do business with them! It can't be that bad haha! They might shock some people!

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    6. At least, we know about Ife and modakeke war. Yorubas always pretending to love themselves, yet they don't go to their villages. Don't worry about us, we will disagree to agree.

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  3. It's the Joshua there I pity. This one is joining Muslims that will turn around and kill him. Like they are doing to them in southern kaduna

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    1. Annon 17:42. Thank you! Imagine a Christian joining Hausa/Fulani, he is doomed forever.

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    2. Dt should not bother you. It shows dt the nation is fed up with your clamour. Pls go

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    3. Anon 17:42 this is not a religious matter leave Joshua alone. This is political not religion.

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  4. 🚢 🚢 🚢 🚢 🚢 🚢 🚢 🚢

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  5. Na wa oo

    I read this to the end and I can't but smh. So the igbos are the bad ones in the northπŸ˜•πŸ˜• Where were these people when Christians and Igbos were slaughtered in the north? Why didn't they write letter to the president.

    With the way things are going in this country, I fear for the future. The leaders need to sit up and act fast.

    I want to believe that this letter is fake though

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    1. It is not fake! Let BIAFRANS go. All hail Biafra!

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  6. Short of words.

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  7. I concur with this, let the south east go please, if I was an igbo man, i'd sell off my properties and go, nobody is holding them back, I see no reason an igbo will shout for secession and continue to live in Nigeria, kanu has put all the structures in place, to your tents oh biafrans.

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    1. Sharap!!! Who told you we want to stay in this zoogeria.

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    2. Anon 00:06 so much anger. You will not stay in zoogeria oya carry you kaya and go to you Biafraud abi na zoobiafra.

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  8. This is the kind of post chike and krix will go anon n curse stella, hen use their IDS to blast oppossers .

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    1. you've been dropping these names since, what happened to your own ID? you think they are as slimy as you? Loser!

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  9. I don't like this, we have a nice house up here in Abuja, does it mean we will leave abuja too? Me I don't want to leave, I hope abuja will be safe.

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    1. Abuja is a no man's land. Go to instablog and see the map where they decorated all the northern states green. Abuja wasn't mapped green. Don't worry, your re safe. They can't claim abuja

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    2. Is abuja nt part of Nigeria.pls go back to ur biafra and leave our north alone

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    3. Anon 18:51 Abuja may be no man's land but mind you it is the capital of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,it belongs firmly to Nigeria and not Biafra so living in Abuja means you must obey the laws of the country Nigeria.

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  10. It will be sweeter if they leave lagos, lagos is not biafra, I wish d west will rise too n chase them away. olorun mi, Lagos will breathe.

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    1. Yes! We would leave Lagos, all hail Biafra!!

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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    3. Really? Careful what you wish for

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  11. NigerDelta Republic loading...
    South south igbate oooo

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    1. Niger-Delta repulic will not work. Most of the South-south region will remain with Nigerian .peradventure Nigeria splits into 3 or 4,the Itsekiris,Urhobos and some other groups will be safer with the Oduduwa Republic.

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  12. This is really crazy, can these people stop the madness already, there's nothing like Biafara.
    Biafara will not/never work.
    The country is a mess already and they least we need right now is the chaos(Biafara) they are trying to create.
    Can't we be ONE and move this country forward for goodness sake.

    Mr acting President,please you need to handle this intelligently, else there might be war in the land and the masses will suffer.

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    1. Adanne you are such an IDIOT! How can you be one with BLOOD SUCKING DEMONS? You bloody hypocrite.

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    2. You are the one talking. Leave the post for tribalistic people to come and have their fill. There is nothing you say or do that will make a difference to their heart. Just go about your normal business and prosper. Prosper exceedingly while they keep carrying hatred in their heart over nothing

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    3. Go to wikipedia and read about three 1967-1970

      This piece of shit here is just nonsense!

      They wanna marlin the Ag president...

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    4. Since when you've been one, where have you been able to move the country to? The country is moving from worse to worst everyday, let's try a new thing may it will work for us all





      *Larry was here*

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    5. I'm sure your named isn't Adanne if not go hide face in shame.

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    6. @starry larry the new thing may not work once granted this Biafra you will see how these Igbos will start fighting themselves. Go and study what is happening in south Sudan

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    7. Anon 18:25 leave Adanne alone. She has a mind of her own,she must not agree with you as she has a mind of her own. You that is not blood sucking. You can't comment ithout anger

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  13. Choi! May the soul of Lord Lugard who "fixed" this marriage of convenience not rest in peace.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. @Amaka what a prayer. His soul will rest in peace. You are not to decide that.why are the Igbos so vile? Can't you people make sentences without anger and insults? I tire for una. Shuo!

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  14. The igbos are the most ungrateful people in Nigeria. Always looking for trouble. So you people killed all their leaders n spare your officers. Imagine if it were the igbo Leaders only that Were killed in a coup. We for no hear words. Nigeria should allow these fools go back to their landlocked biafra abeg

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    1. Pls stop sounding like a fool, you think this is real history, just google and you will get the real information, Haba this is a lie, I read history and no one can twist the truth, thank God for Internet , you can hate the igbos but pls don't lie against them

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    2. Were you there when they killed them no wonder the Igbos are better you in all ramification

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    3. Eyahhh they we didn't cause your frustration, frustrated he goat.reason why your blessings can't come to u, what a pained soul

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    4. Sharap!!! What do you know? This ignorant wrote nonsense here and you believe them. Anu

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    5. Well said.proudly a northerner

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  15. Now madam Stella didn't comment up there lol. It is not by force to remain in a violent marriage! Let BIAFRANS go!! We are different people with different backgrounds, different religions/beliefs, different cultures, goals, objectives. Let's be honest, we can NEVER be one! It's not possible. Let us go! BIAFRA has come to stayπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ ALLOYD HAIL BIAFRA!!!

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  16. Well written. We shouldn't just agitate. They should be purpose. If all they say will bring a peaceful exit, then they should execute them. EU gives way for Brexit so that is a pathway for other nations. The most important thing is Peaceful exit.

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  17. I keep saying this, we are not one in Nigeria, such a violent tribe twisting things,no trive even love themselves, Nigeria needs deliverance, how did I become a Nigerian? I regret

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  18. "Taking steps to facilitate the actualization of the Biafran nation in line with the principle of self-determination as an integral part of contemporary customary international law".
    Haski ta kai gaban gwoshi.

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  19. Hausa people are such morons.. No wander they call someone dt is stupid ewu hausa..blood thirtsty beasts and vampires. They are doing this cuz they re olready ready to shed blood

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    1. And there is nothing u can do abt us hausas.maganar banxa kawai.

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  20. I just read on wikipedia that months after we were granted independence,the first coup was truly led by Aguiyi Ironsi and 14 Northeners or more were slaughtered. It is funny how the igbos which are always parading themselves as the victims are always the first to look for trouble. They hardly stay in their state and are scattered everywhere doing business yet they want a whole country to themselves. How selfish? They should not only pursue them from the north but that lagos that is their heaven as well. Una go hear word. Can you find a yoruba or hausa man successfully doing business in Onitsha? Rubbish

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    1. Did thebIgbos stop you from spreading your tentacles? Go to all the ama Hausa areas in the eastern states and see your brothers making billions of naira monthly yet they dont want to develop the place just like we do when we go to other states

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  21. Both the Biafran agitators and ourselves are victims of an unfortunate destiny called Nigeria. We all are fighting for survival within a system that never favours any region at the detriment of another. You need to live in the north to see the very high level of poverty here. If the Igbos think they are tired of consuming the bitter fruits of the unconsenting colonial amalgamation, we would only sit and watch how far their self-assuming rationality will carry them. However, I still believe in the One Nigeria Project. All we have to do is to pray less and work more. Sooner, rather than later, things would change, Positively!!😯😯😯😯

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  22. Lol
    You guys are now the victim?

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  23. And Joshua is a member of the northern youths whatever whatever, very laughable indeed. I'm really sorry for this country called Nigeria.

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    1. Funny indeed, he will soon see that which he is looking for

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    2. North doesn't mean Muslim olodo

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    3. Nina nothing laughable here ,you are the one that should be laughed at here. How well do you know Nigeria? There are Christians in the Northern part of Nigeria if you don't know and the truth is not only the northerners are tired of the Igbos,some other groups whom the Igbos want to drag into this Biafra mess e.g middle belt and South-South have openly rejected the Igbos and chose to remain with Nigeria.

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  24. 17:57, begger oshi. You think if we leave Lagos you will take our property again? It will never happen. Don't yorubas have houses in US, Uk, etc. When Nigeria sought independence, did the British take away our property. If you people try it again, you will leave to regret it.

    I have heard some of you say Igbo land is full of erosion, my dear, there is no perfect place. If atlantic ocean shakes body today, the whole of Lagos will be finished. Ibadan, ogun, those ones are prone to earthquake. So those of you laughing at our pain, your day will surely come.

    Anyone who has the heart to support discrimination and marginalization is evil.

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    1. Don't mind the lazy bunch, their hardworking ones are hustling to make ends meet while the ones that can hardly recognize their roots are there making noise. They should better go look for something to do better go do proper DNA test first

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    2. Anon19:17 dont be a fool. Nigerians own properties abroad and live in those countries because they love those countries,want to live there,law abiding by obeying the laws of those countries and are legal. The moment they disobey these laws they are deported or sent to prison. The question is do you love Nigeria well enough as to stay and develop it? If yes then remain with Nigeria,If no then get your Biafra and relocate or should you want to remain you will have to file for permanent residency in Nigeria if granted you remain if otherwise you go home but mind you,you will need a visa to get into Nigeria. Nobody wants your properties,sell them and take your money to go buy properties in Biafra. You can't hate a country so much and still choose to remain in it.

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    3. Don't worry we can dash our houses in lagos to motherless children.

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  25. 17:57, begger oshi. You think if we leave Lagos you will take our property again? It will never happen. Don't yorubas have houses in US, Uk, etc. When Nigeria sought independence, did the British take away our property. If you people try it again, you will leave to regret it.

    I have heard some of you say Igbo land is full of erosion, my dear, there is no perfect place. If atlantic ocean shakes body today, the whole of Lagos will be finished. Ibadan, ogun, those ones are prone to earthquake. So those of you laughing at our pain, your day will surely come.

    Anyone who has the heart to support discrimination and marginalization is evil.
    The yorubas are tortoise. Don't scare us, we are survivors. The Dubai of Africa loading!

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  26. Initially I was encouraging my fiends to buy land in Lagos, no more. Let them start developing the East. Igbos, start investing in your land, there is no place like home.

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  27. E get one man house wey I dey eye for my area...if the man finally move go deir Biafra like dis....Omo onile go just sell am cheap to me....igbos when are y'all leaving though??? No time Abeg!

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    1. Seyi afolabi this type of thought you have keeps one in poverty for long. Better aim for better things not coveting other people's properties.

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    2. Lazy thief, sovereignty does not mean we will abandon our sweat. Touch people's sweat and die young. Ole

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    3. Ur fathers are bastards, coward tribe.

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  28. Anon 18:51 what country is Abuja in again?
    All you know how to do is contort and make up lies. The history and facts are there and you can never lie to cover it up. All the facts and video footage exists filmed by the BBC and all made into a documentary. The Igbos killed army officers and killed Tafawa Balewa in an unprovoked attack which led to the Biafra war when the Hausa's retaliated. Now they are playing the victims because they can't accept the truth. It is all on the internet for you to watch. If you don't know the history of how the Biafra war started STFU. This write up is the absolute truth and the truth is the one thing that eludes Igbos. When war starts in this country Igbos will cry blood, the ones still alive will beg to be killed.

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    1. Sharap!!! The whole country fought the Igbos alone. Do you think that you can fight Igbos alone without the help of other tribes?

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    2. We didn't like the amalgamation, that's all.

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    3. How about the igbos in your area? They will fold their arms and allow you to live right ? My dear sovereignty does not mean war. How many people did the British kill before we gained our sovereignty? Peaceful exit!!

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  29. We need to develop our land in the East. This might be a call to order and focus for ndigbo. We need to start investing at home. Time up for all these investing outside. Comrades let's go home and build a formidable BIAFRA and make it the land of the free and home of the brave!!!!!

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    1. Igbo claimu. They have claimed America's slogan. Even South Africa wants them out of their country. Everywhere they go they must claim what is not theirs. Sneaky thieves.

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    2. Yes o. No more building outside Biafra . Stop going to Yoruba churches. They are milking us to develope themselves economically, politically and religiously. You saw what their big church did during the 2015 election. Igbos let's go and build our place. Our grandfathers and fathers built the imo airport. Lets go build more.

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