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Thursday, February 28, 2019

Nigerian History...

A child awaits her food voucher from a relief worker at a food distribution center during the Civil War (1968)




from Nigerian facts on twitter...

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  2. Lmao...see the child's face like 'abeg do quick and answer me'

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  3. Painful memory of the genocidal ethnic cleansing of the Igbos by the Nigeria government in connivance with her foreign collaborators.

    That part of history has been expunged and obliterated from the school curriculum in order to hide the grievous atrocities committed against the defunct people of the old Eastern region known as Biafra.

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    1. Genocidal ethnic cleansing ke? Did you say grievous atrocities? Committed by who? Please stop fanning embers of hate. It was WAR. Simple. Nigeria simply defended her territorial integrity which Ojukwu was trying to jeopardize and both the Nigerian military force and the rebel Biafran military force were guilty of grievous atrocities. Or did you not read of how the rebel Biafran military force forcibly turned children into soldiers? Or maybe that is not grievous enough for you? Snatching children from their mothers and snatching their innocence from them. I can go on o! But I will wait for your reply.

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    2. Teejay why are you trying to bring up ethinic sentiments with your comment... One of your own sold you because of his own greedy ambition, when the game was lost, he ran away and later came back to join the government. His wife also serving in various capacities of the government which i don't see a problem with.
      Another one of yours(Kanu) gets up and stirs up unnecessary sentiments and hatred against our great country Nigeria and you are all flocking again blindly and following him. When will you learn.... If anyone will be trusted, one has to work well and honestly with the government not try to break the country up because of their own ambition.

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  4. I reject this kind of situation for and on behalf of Nigerians.

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  5. this picture breaks me too. we shud never pray for war.

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  6. She was/is pretty. War isn't the answer.

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    1. Slim Queen; i am not igbo but are you Igbo???
      You have made the best comment ..... WAR IS NOT THE ANSWER
      It is like fighting in a marriage... it never ends well

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    2. Slim Queen; i am not igbo but are you Igbo???
      You have made the best comment ..... WAR IS NOT THE ANSWER
      It is like fighting in a marriage... it never ends well

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    3. I'm delta Igbo (if there is anything like that) Thank you.

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  7. 😢😢😢 the child(Granny by now) looks so sad😳😳

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  8. This why nothing shakes the Igbos, they are born survivors.

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    1. A shame when you content yourself with an 'i am a survivor' situation. Be a conqueror. Never start a war you can never win.

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  9. Did you see the defiant in the child's eye, she has seen it all.

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    1. Defiance in the child's eyes. Not defiant.

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  10. that kid is D. Alison

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