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|Why Did Nigerians Refused To React When IPOB Members Were Massacred In 2016? by Princewill1(m): 2:35pm On Sep 14|
On Feb 2016 the Nigerian military invaded National High School aba venue of IPOB rally and opened fire on people holding only biafran flags dozens were killed.
In the midnight of may 29 2016 Nigerian soldiers invaded a Catholic Church in Nkpor Anambra State and opened fire on ipob members who were sleeping at the Church. The killing continued the following day 30th may 2016 and at the end over 1000 ipob members were brutally slaughtered.
Amnesty International has written a comprehensive report on these killings.
But why is it that there were no mass condemnation of the army from Nigerians as they are doing to Ipob members today?
Is it that it's only ipob members who deserve to die?
|Re: Why Did Nigerians Refused To React When IPOB Members Were Massacred In 2016? by babyfaceafrica: 2:42pm On Sep 14|
|Re: Why Did Nigerians Refused To React When IPOB Members Were Massacred In 2016? by kingxsamz(m): 2:45pm On Sep 14|
|Re: Why Did Nigerians Refused To React When IPOB Members Were Massacred In 2016? by kalufelix(m): 3:27pm On Sep 14|
Because The President Is A Terrorist And Total Anihilation Of Ibos Is The Wish Of Virtually Every Non Ibo
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|Re: Why Did Nigerians Refused To React When IPOB Members Were Massacred In 2016? by speedyGonzales: 3:58pm On Sep 14|
Emm! Because these people don't actually care about Igbo's lives or struggles. They are just trying a bit of emotional blackmail.
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