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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Deadlytruth(m): 12:20am On Jun 09, 2016
63xtr33r:


Deadlytrash, I understand that you and your inconsequential Uneme-Nekhua people are already choking in your vomits. The mere thought of Biaf... and NK sends cold shivers down your spines.

As a tribe of Judas with a foundation of treachery, the blood of your supposed Anioma brothers whom you freely slaughtered in connivance with your masters is already haunting you to your inevitable end.

Here is the speech by Ahmadu Bello, the Sarduana of Sokoto, on Igbos mostly resident in the North as at then, much before the 1966 coup or the so-called Unification Decree being brandished by the frustrated hypocrite, Deadlytrash, who's scared stiff to spend the rest of his life with his Fulani masters:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHDaHlTaHJw

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Isaac Boro: Classic Example Of Biafran Who Betrayed Biafra. osundefender

ishiamu post:

Isaac Boro was killed at the peak of the war in controversial circumstances that strongly linked Colonel Benjamin Adenkule to the death, while Ken Saro Wiwa was eventually killed by Sani Abacha, who worked with him during the war, at Bonny. The stories of Isaac Adaka Boro and Ken Saro Wiwa are great lessons for contemporary and potential betrayals of the renewed movement for the restoration of Biafran Republic.
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As soon as Boro died, his 1000 band of soldiers was disbanded. According to Olusegun Obasanjo in his book My Command, Adekunle’s post-war political ambition pushed him into killing Boro, as he was using the war to building a ‘formidable’ name for himself. Obasanjo stated that “Col. Adekunle, at this point saw the war not only in terms of crushing a rebellion, but also as a means of building himself up for any future political position or responsibility which he might wish to seek, I knew of people of Western State origin who had felt politically victimized and who saw in Col. Adekunle a saviour and told him so, and he believed them.”

What Boro fought and died for had eluded his people for years. Niger Delta has remained impoverished despite the huge revenue it has continued to generate for the country. Oil fields and mining leases have been allocated to northern oligarchs and friends. Isaac Boro remains a lesson for future revolutionaries in knowing where to pitch their tent.

http://www.osundefender.org/?p=143380

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ALAMIEYESEIGHA WARNING TO IJAWS BEFORE HIS DEMOSE
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“If anybody tells you as an Ijaw man that Yorubas or Hausas love you, it’s a lie.”

“We the elders will not allow foreign bedfellows take over this state. An Ijaw man has never been conquered, we would not allow it to happen. You can call it any name. Weather they come from the Southwest, whether they come from the North to conquer us.”
“If anybody tells you as an Ijaw man that these people love you, it’s a lie. I know them and they know me too.
The South-west and the North if they come together they will continue to produce the president of this country for life. We have no hope, so we must consolidate on what we have here.
We cannot afford to fall into that trap. We will perpetually be slaves. We should protect what belongs to us, we shall not allow our young men to be brainwashed.”
“This country must be restructured. We must practice true federalism, otherwise these people will continue to exploit us. We had a President from here. They just decided to take it back, and they took it. Is that the system the young people want to run into?
What will even the Federal Government do to you if you decide to stay where you are.”

Source:  http://naijapropa.com/you-wont-believe-what-alamsieyegha-warned-the-ijaw-race-of-before-his-untimely-death/

Ahmadu Bello made that speech in 1952 in which he correctly defined Igbos. Did Ahmadu Bello lie about Igbos in that video? Unfortunately, 7 years after he made that speech in which he so derided Igbos, Zik and Okpara decided to lead Igbos into forming the NPC-NCNC alliance with him thereby handing power over to him on a platter of gold. So whose fault was it that Igbos used their own hands to enslave themselves under a man who made it known that he never loved them and was ready to kill them? That action alone shows that Igbos are the only willing slaves and ass lickers of Arewanisatan. Remember that Hausas had already killed thousands of Igbos in 1945 and 1953 yet in 1959 Igbos went into a governing coalition which freely gave power to the same Hausas who had been slaughtering them. And in that coalition Igbos accepted to be junior slave partners whereas Awolowo offered them a coalition in which they would be the senior partners but they rejected it claiming they wanted national unity. Only a cursed people would freely and willingly accept to go into a coalition as junior slave partners with the very people who have always murdered them and made it known they had no regrets about it. Now if Hausas therefore later slaughtered millions of Igbos in 1967 were they not justified? When they had no executive power they slaughtered you in thousands and you were not pained. Then later with your own hands you gave executive power to them to slaughter you the more and they did just exactly that. How was that the fault of Unemes? Was it Unemes that placed that curse of foolishness and self enslavement on you people? Ahmadu Bello himself must have wondered how stupid a southern tribe could be to give him raw executive power after they heard him declare that the North was born to rule and subdue the South. And you tell me Igbos are not cursed?
Take a look at today; the NW region of Ahmadu Bello whom Zik gave power over the South now has 7 states and the most numerous LGAs and the lion share of federal allocation in Nigeria while the SE region of Igbos who gave him that power now has 5 states and the fewest LGAs in Nigeria thus suffers lean federal allocation from based on the unitary system introduced by Ironsi. INEC also gave you people the least population figure. That is the result of self enslavement. Penny wise pound foolish. My own Region has six states and more LGAs than SE which held us back from breaking away from Ziks "One-Nigeria" fraud.
Keep speaking accusing us of killing Aniomas while Aniomas themselves keep telling you that they have always been with us and never in the Eastern Region. The ghosts of the over 700 Edos your Biafra soldiers murdered in cold blood and dumped in the Abudu section of River Ossioma, the ghosts of the teenage Benin City girls your Biafran soldiers raped and defiled and the ghost of Okotie-Eboh whom your Ifeajuna killed in cold blood on unsubstantiated allegations of corruption but spared Zik the confirmed originator of corruption in Nigeria, etc will continue to haunt you and make it impossible for Biafra to materialise.

The same you who call yorubas liars and unreliable people are now profusely quoting Osundefender, a Yoruba, tabloid to substantiate your claims on Isaac Boro, and also referencing a book written by the same OBJ whom you call a treacherous Arewanistan slave to solidify your points. Can you see that you are really confused? So despite all the intelligence you ascribe to Ojukwu, Zik, Achebe, Okpara, etc; you could not find a book written by just one of them to reference but found reference in Osundefender and OBJ's book which are written by the very yorubas you claim are dull wicked, full of falsehood and given to propaganda? You seriously need help.

Isaac Boro and Saro Wiwa never saw themselves as Biafrans. So your insinuation that they were Biafrans who betrayed their own fellow Biafran (Ojukwu) is at best dishonest and self serving.

Isaac Boro is more likely to have died in the hands of Biafran soldiers. Obasanjo's accounts are always full of distortions. His recent book "My Watch" is full of lies about what happened between 1999 and 2007. So only a confused person like him will waste money buying OBJ's book which I believe you did.

Who killed Isaac Boro is not as important as who prevented him from having his Niger Delta Republic. If Ojukwu and Ironsi had allowed him have it he would not have later been killed by Biafra soldiers or Federal forces. As long as Ojukwu himself intended to kill him before God intervened, Ojukwu is as guilty of his death as whoever later really killed him. However Isaac Boro's case far was better than Ojukwu's case because Isaac Boro was killed alone without the massacre of innocent Ijaw civilians alongside. But Ojukwu had millions innocent of Igbo civilians killed before his very eyes by the very "One-Nigeria" which he earlier tried to please by arresting Isaac Boro and betraying his Niger Delta Republic. Even Ojukwu himself would have preferred that "One-Nigeria" killed him alone and spared those millions of innocent Igbos than the other way round in which it really happened. Igbos therefore still have the bigger lesson to learn about betrayal.
If Boro's declaration of NDR was wrong to warrant Ojukwu's crushing of it, then why are you Igbos not now crushing Niger Delta Avengers now who have only continued from where Boro was stopped by Ojukwu? Rather you Biafrans are even seeking to partner with them for synergy. Is that not an afterthought? A tribe oF afterthinkers!
I thought you people said it is a crime for the Niger Delta to seek its own sovereignty separate from Biafra? Now that NDA is seeking a purely Niger Delta Republic devoid of Biafra, which Hausa or Yoruba man can you accuse again as being responsible for poisoning their minds to exclude Igbos from their NDR map as currently being drawn by them?

Alamiyesegha might have said that Yorubas and Hausas are Ijaws' enemies. But he did not add that Igbos are their friends either.
In that speech he was silent on Igbos not because he loved Igbos or did not know that Igbos dismantled the federalism and forcefully introduced the unitary system which enslaved the Ijaws under Hausas but because he wanted to sound politically correct in the ears of Igbos. As a SS PDP politician he wanted to demonstrate passive gratitude to Igbos for their self-centred support for GEJ. Have you forgotten that the same Alams eulogized OBJ and IBB to high heavens while all was still well within PDP and between him and OBJ?
Above all Ijaws could not really have regarded Alams as their voice because he stole Ijaws blind and disgraced them internationally as Bayelsa governor and they themselves impeached him. Only Igbos accept such characters as their voices. If Igbos could start calling Saraki and Fayose their sons, then it tells you how easily deceived Igbos are.
Any Tom Dick and Harry can speak for Igbos. Fayose now speaks for them. Even my very poor, insignificant and humble self can speak for them if I want to. It is just a matter of me buying a tiny space in Punch Newspaper and using it to direct just one or two insults at Tinubu or Buhari and I will become Igbos' messiah immediately since they are cursed to be easily fooled.
Zik was born and brought up in the Northern Region, and he was a native of the Eastern Region. Ordinarily one would therefore have expected him to first seek premiership of his own Eastern Region where he hailed from or seek that of Northern Region where he was brought up and more popular. But because he was under the influence of the curse upon Igbos he went to start seeking premiership of the Western Region where he was neither from nor grew up. Why could his charity not start from home? Only a cursed people begin their charity from outside home. There were many other non-yoruba tribes in the Western Region who had equal stakes with Yorubas as to premiership. Those other tribes were yet to produce premier in their own region too yet a complete outsider and cursed intruder was placing himself as a higher stake holder ahead of them by seeking premiership over them in the name of one Nigeria? After securing their own region for themselves they set out trying to conquer and re-colonize other peoples region with the "One-Nigeria" subterfuge. Thieves!
Whatever he felt he had in stall for the Western Region, his people back at home needed it more. And come to think of it; he would have simply ruined the Western Region had he clinched their premiership. How much was he able to do for the Eastern Region when he later went back home to seek and fraudulently clinch Eastern premiership?
Benue State was part of Southern protectorate as at 1900 till the 1950s when it was excised into the Northern Region from the supposed Eastern Region. While that was happening the Zik who should have been leading the fight against the carving of Benue into the Northern Region was far away in Ibadan crying that he was not allowed to become premier and complaining of being marginalized in a place where he had no stake. If that was not the manifestation of a curse, what else was it?

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by 63xtr63r: 1:57am On Jun 09, 2016
Deadlytruth:
Ahmadu Bello made that speech in 1952 in which he correctly defined Igbos. Did Ahmadu Bello lie about Igbos in that video? Unfortunately, 7 years after he made that speech in which he so derided Igbos, Zik and Okpara decided to lead Igbos into forming the NPC-NCNC alliance with him thereby handing power over to him on a platter of gold. So whose fault was it that Igbos used their own hands to enslave themselves under a man who made it known that he never loved them and was ready to kill them? That action alone shows that Igbos are the only willing slaves and ass lickers of Arewanisatan. Remember that Hausas had already killed thousands of Igbos in 1945 and 1953 yet in 1959 Igbos went into a governing coalition which freely gave power to the same Hausas who had been slaughtering them. And in that coalition Igbos accepted to be junior slave partners whereas Awolowo offered them a coalition in which they would be the senior partners but they rejected it claiming they wanted national unity. Only a cursed people would freely and willingly accept to go into a coalition as junior slave partners with the very people who have always murdered them and made it known they had no regrets about it. Now if Hausas therefore later slaughtered millions of Igbos in 1967 were they not justified? When they had no executive power they slaughtered you in thousands and you were not pained. Then later with your own hands you gave executive power to them to slaughter you the more and they did just exactly that. How was that the fault of Unemes? Was it Unemes that placed that curse of foolishness and self enslavement on you people? Ahmadu Bello himself must have wondered how stupid a southern tribe could be to give him raw executive power after they heard him declare that the North was born to rule and subdue the South. And you tell me Igbos are not cursed?
Take a look at today; the NW region of Ahmadu Bello whom Zik gave power over the South now has 7 states and the most numerous LGAs and the lion share of federal allocation in Nigeria while the SE region of Igbos who gave him that power now has 5 states and the fewest LGAs in Nigeria thus suffers lean federal allocation from based on the unitary system introduced by Ironsi. INEC also gave you people the least population figure. That is the result of self enslavement. Penny wise pound foolish. My own Region has six states and more LGAs than SE which held us back from breaking away from Ziks "One-Nigeria" fraud.
Keep speaking accusing us of killing Aniomas while Aniomas themselves keep telling you that they have always been with us and never in the Eastern Region. The ghosts of the over 700 Edos your Biafra soldiers murdered in cold blood and dumped in the Abudu section of River Ossioma, the ghosts of the teenage Benin City girls your Biafran soldiers raped and defiled and the ghost of Okotie-Eboh whom your Ifeajuna killed in cold blood on unsubstantiated allegations of corruption but spared Zik the confirmed originator of corruption in Nigeria, etc will continue to haunt you and make it impossible for Biafra to materialise.

The same you who call yorubas liars and unreliable people are now profusely quoting Osundefender, a Yoruba, tabloid to substantiate your claims on Isaac Boro, and also referencing a book written by the same OBJ whom you call a treacherous Arewanistan slave to solidify your points. Can you see that you are really confused? So despite all the intelligence you ascribe to Ojukwu, Zik, Achebe, Okpara, etc; you could not find a book written by just one of them to reference but found reference in Osundefender and OBJ's book which are written by the very yorubas you claim are dull wicked, full of falsehood and given to propaganda? You seriously need help.

Isaac Boro and Saro Wiwa never saw themselves as Biafrans. So your insinuation that they were Biafrans who betrayed their own fellow Biafran (Ojukwu) is at best dishonest and self serving.

Isaac Boro is more likely to have died in the hands of Biafran soldiers. Obasanjo's accounts are always full of distortions. His recent book "My Watch" is full of lies about what happened between 1999 and 2007. So only a confused person like him will waste money buying OBJ's book which I believe you did.

Who killed Isaac Boro is not as important as who prevented him from having his Niger Delta Republic. If Ojukwu and Ironsi had allowed him have it he would not have later been killed by Biafra soldiers or Federal forces. As long as Ojukwu himself intended to kill him before God intervened, Ojukwu is as guilty of his death as whoever later really killed him. However Isaac Boro's case far was better than Ojukwu's case because Isaac Boro was killed alone without the massacre of innocent Ijaw civilians alongside. But Ojukwu had millions innocent of Igbo civilians killed before his very eyes by the very "One-Nigeria" which he tried to please by arresting Isaac Boro and betraying his Niger Delta Republic. Even Ojukwu himself would have preferred that "One-Nigeria" killed him alone and spared those millions of innocent Igbos than the other way round. Igbos therefore still have the bigger lesson to learn about betrayal.
If Boro's declaration of NDR was wrong to warrant Ojukwu's crushing of it, then why are you Igbos not now crushing Niger Delta Avengers now who have only continued from where Boro was stopped by Ojukwu? Rather you Biafrans are even seeking to partner with them for synergy. Is that not an afterthought? I thought you people said it is a crime for the Niger Delta to seek its own sovereignty different from Biafra? Now that NDA is seeking a purely Niger Delta Republic devoid of Biafra, which Hausa or Yoruba man can you accuse again as being responsible for poisoning their minds to exclude Igbos from their NDR map as currently drawn by them?

Alamiyesegha might have said that Yorubas and Hausas are Ijaws' enemies. But he did not add that Igbos are their friends either.
In that speech he was silent on Igbos not because he loved Igbos or did not know that Igbos dismantled the federalism and forcefully introduced the unitary system which enslaved the Ijaws under Hausas but because he wanted to sound politically correct in the ears of Igbos. As a SS PDP politician he wanted to demonstrate passive gratitude to Igbos for their self-centred support for GEJ. Have you forgotten that the same Alams eulogized OBJ and IBB to high heavens while all was still well within PDP and between him and OBJ?
Above all Ijaws could not really have regarded Alams as their voice because he stole Ijaws blind and disgraced them internationally. Only Igbos accept such characters as their voices. If Igbos could start calling Saraki and Fayose their sons, then it tells you how easily deceived Igbos are. Any Tom Dick and Harry can speak for Igbos. Fayose now speaks for them. Even my very poor, insignificant and humble self can speak for them if I want to. It is just a matter of me buying a tiny space in Punch and using it to direct one or two insults at Tinubu or Buhari and I will become Igbos' messiah immediately.

The mere thought that you and your inconsequential Uneme-Nekhua people will eventually spend the rest of your miserable lives with your Fulani masters has made you incoherently without sense. It's really over-driving you insane.

Deluded rapscallion, as a parasitic ingrate you're indeed doing all you can to maintain the status quo in the polity so you can continue growing fat from other people's sweat but your game is up!

Reading in between the lines of your concoctions, it's very obvious that you and your accursed Uneme-Nekhua people have merely survived by constant ass-licking of your Fulani masters.

You lied with your purported Unification Decree by Ironsi to state that Ojukwu supported it on the premise that it would afford the Igbos to go up North to take over the jobs over there.
Having presented you a 1952 video evidence of Ahmadu Bello arrogant talk of his morbid fear for the highly intelligent and industrious Igbos living in the North at that time, you prevaricated and ran with you tails in between your legs only to come up with another useless reasoning far off your initial purported Unification Decree talk.

Have you lost your senses as to remember how your eternal slave master, Ahmadu Bello, was sent to the great beyond by the gallant young Igbo man, Kaduna Nzeogwu from Anioma?

I must confess that this sort of mad-raging of yours can only emanate from a by-product of an Italian based ashee and a notorious armed robber in the ranks of your kinsman, Lawrence Anini.

You must be really disgusting and repugnant to be parading regularly on NL as being knowledgeable on Nigeria history with beer-parlour gist whereas you're an empty-headed, boisterous clown from a juju-infested enclave.

Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu on Nigeria's fragile foundation -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihrJB7Lmx9I

The late Major C. K. Nzeogwu's speech on January 16, 1966:
We seized power to stamp out tribalism, nepotism and regionalism...there were five of us in the inner circles and we planned the details. On saturday morning the officers and men thought they were going out only on a night exercise. I was not until they were out in the bush that they were told the full details of the plan. They had bullets, they had been issued with their weapons but i was unarmed. If they disagreed they could have shot me..." 
clearly it shows that the coup wasn't done by one ethnic group but was lead by mostly igbo as out of the five inner circle 4 was igbo and 1 yoruba. (Do not forget that the bulk of the soldiers who participated in the coup were mostly Northerners).

... January coup was given different interpretations, at first everyone had it as nationalist effort Not until BBC hausa gave it its ethnic terms. It did not see it as bid to clean govt but as an Ibo power play to smash the northern grip on the country...


1969 Documentary by Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS News) on the Biafra Civil War - 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrHKYp45pb0
“Over a million Ibos lived in the former Northern Region, and because of their education and ambition, 
they held the best jobs. ….” -https://www.nairaland.com/290536/united-states-government-memo-biafra

Ojukwu - Ojukwu 1967


https://www.nairaland.com/3067208/rare-picture-first-university-graduate
https://www.nairaland.com/811927/ojukwu-lived-most-fulfilled-life

Before Ojukwu declared Biafra, he sought the mandate to do so through the Eastern Nigerian consultative assembly, a body that had representatives and the Chiefs of all the 20 provinces of the old Eastern region. They gave Ojukwu the authority to declare Biafra.

Ojukwu lived fighting for the liberation his people and he remains a hero today for standing up for his people. It's been over 46 years of the Biafran war, and your accursed, wretched Uneme-Nekhua people are yet to produce any acclaimed fellow who can stand up for your people in the world. Till date it's an understatement to assert that your entire generation of backst*bbers cannot measure up to the brilliance of the then 30 year old Ojukwu.

Cretinous savage of dirt and slavery, your silly hero, Enahoro was used and dumped by his Fulani masters. And after the job, he was condemned to oblivion and nothingness, and died a nobody. Contrarily, Ojukwu lived and died a Hero.
Nigeria that waged war against Ojukwu and the Easterners had no choice but to give him the most celebrated burial ever witnessed in Africa and in the world. Ojukwu's place in history was forever sealed, his Igbo people fare better in all aspects of life than Enahoro's people or the demonic Uneme-Nekhua people.

https://www.nairaland.com/3103641/south-east-safest-place-live-un

https://www.nairaland.com/3097749/beyonce-eulogizes-igbo-spirit-behind

https://www.nairaland.com/3023736/igbos-most-discussed-african-ethnic

https://www.nairaland.com/2539196/hahaha-see-what-colonial-oyibo

https://www.nairaland.com/2576371/eastern-neighbourhoods-streets-made

https://www.nairaland.com/237534/look-going-school-nigeria-statistics

http://www.nigerianstat.gov.ng/pages/download/254
https://www.nairaland.com/2263635/south-east-south-west-south-south-lead-attainment

https://www.nairaland.com/2522113/omitted-truth-debunking-lies...nigeria-states

https://www.nairaland.com/2690726/looking-top-30-richest-nigerians

https://www.nairaland.com/2671323/anambra-students-win-science-exhibition

https://www.nairaland.com/503406/nigerian-student-achieves-best-2010

https://www.nairaland.com/2613463/igbos-most-brilliant-black-african
The full study can be found here:
http://www.unz.com/article/the-iq-gap-is-no-longer-a-black-and-white-issue/

https://www.nairaland.com/2614116/uzoamaka-aduba-wins-emmy-role#38226903
 
Igbos leads in 2015 WASSCE performance chart
https://www.nairaland.com/2914357/breaking-news-again-south-east-leads#42641776
Igbos also lead in both NECO and JAMB.

https://www.nairaland.com/2914239/igbos-most-learned-people-nigeria

MDG for SE: https://www.nairaland.com/2785068/biafra-struggle-disgruntled-elements/3

How did the present crop of Edo people become sworn stooges and ass-lickers of illiterate ab0kis? It's baffling if indeed Enahoro, an Edo man, actually was amongst the calibre of men that fought for Nigeria Independence.

Dimwitted bigot from a juju-infested enclave, I have explained to you severally that Igbos are not interested in parasites, traitors or genocide conspirators. Igbos cannot afford to share a country with verm1ns and vagabonds parading as Uneme-Nekhua people. Take your frustrations to OduaArewanistan republic where you're most needed as loyal, slavish subjects.

Your relentless ass-licking of your slave masters cannot stop the raging IPOB tsunami movement. The earlier you stop wasting your time raving and ranting foolishly and senselessly on NL the better for your survival.

I ask again, who are the inconsequential Uneme-Nekhua people?

It's an insult to even compare your lily-livered, parasitic people with even a ward in Igboland not to mention the Anioma people of substance who are greater than the whole Edo group.

That you connived with the enemy to unleash death on your supposed Anioma brothers in 1967-70 should be a much concern for you and your devilish folks. Remember, your sins will surely find you murderous parasites out. There's no hiding for you. You shall reap your evils sooner than later.
Karma is standing sentry at your door post already.

https://www.nairaland.com/2783724/biafra-see-what-asiri-dokubo

Asari Dokubo:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G6gl7cLkxzk

"[b]My grandmother Princess Okukuba W.D.Goodhead...immediate senior sister to His Majesty The King...was almost executed by firing squad by the invading Nigerian Military led by her Nephew Capt. Erasmus J.T.Princewill son of her elder brother King J.T.Princewill,Amachree X11....on her support for Biafra.

My grand Aunty who was nickname Madam Biafra....grand mother of a former Foreign Minister of Nigeria was taking through very painful torture before execution.
My maternal uncle one of the first lawyers in the Eastern Region never return home till his death because of his support for Biafra.
My father was a Biafran officer in the medical Corp.

My statement is recorded on tape....I never said we were taught....I said we were told many stories by our elders which we now discovered to be false.

On abandon property.....my Father or Mother did not benefit from properties left behind by Igbos....infact my family lost a lot of properties at Iguta.

All my great grand Mothers except one were Igbos.

The ancestral stool I occupy today...Edi Abali was founded by an Igboman from Abom in Abam in 1782.

I am an Igbo man because Allah gracious allowed Ijaw, Igbo and Bini blood to flow in mine veins......I am not begging to be Igbo.As I will not beg to be Gambari,Yoruba or Efik .[/b]"
- Asari Uzodinma Dokubo


"With the war ended, and as a
Commissioner in Rivers State, I soon
found that the Rivers State for which I had
fought did not end my nightmare. In the
first place, oil money from Ogoni country
(as well as Ijaw country) was being carted
away to Lagos, leaving the Ogoni illiterate
and backward. This is anti-federalism
". 
Here is what Saro Wiwa observed with hindsight.

madenigga post: "Edo man, am a Rivers man and from the southsouth o,
the true Niger deltan not those added by constitution, and I wud like to tell u that If Nigeria breaks u guys are on ur own. We SS igbos are singing it out to u ppl so dst tomorrow u ppl wont shout that u were betrayed.
"
PvtParts:
You must be a yoruba bini armed robber.

I am from Delta and Urhobo.

Edo has better chance joining kogi than Delta; abi you don forget why we wanted to split from old Bendel before?

How adesua? Shey she don send una euros from spain?

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Carlos27(m): 2:03am On Jun 09, 2016
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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by 63xtr63r: 2:06am On Jun 09, 2016
@Deadlytrash

AN HONEST CONFESSION FROM AN OGONI MAN
https://www.nairaland.com/2854834/how-suddenly-started-loving-igbos

Dennixe001 post:

THE MYTHS:

As a boy growing up on the street of Port
Harcourt, I was told so many horrible things
about Igbos:I was told that Igbos were planning to push Rivers people to Abia State for the people of Abia to inhabit Rivers State because of our resources.

I was told that Igbo people enslaved and ruled
over my people in Bori the traditional
headquarters of Ogoni Kingdom.

I was told that Odumegwu Ojukwu, Onyeka
Onwenu and other prominent Igbos brazenly
rejoiced over the execution of my uncle Ken Saro Wiwa because of the role he played during the Civil War.
I was told that it is better to be slaves to Hausas than to be brothers to Igbos because, Igbos are worse than Hausas.

THE EFFECTS:

These things made me to terribly detest Igbos
beyond what you can imagine, I was always
skeptical, cynical and suspicious while dealing
with Igbos. It also affected my friendship with
Igbo guys, I was always careful not to be a victim, no matter how they value the friendship, as long as they are Igbos, they were bad eggs to me.

It also severely affected my relationship with Igbo girls, 70% of the girls I have seen are Igbos girls but I have never treated any of my Igbo girlfriends fairly because, I programmed my mind not to be interested in anything beyond the fun
attached to the chemistry of boys and girls stuff while dealing with an Igbo girl, I didn’t want to make the mistake of dating an Igbo girl to the extent of marrying her.

THE DISCOVERY:

I was posted to Akwa Ibom State for my national
youth service in November 2013, there I made so
many Igbo friends, almost 60% of Akwa Ibom
corps members are from Igbo extraction, mainly from IMSU, FUTO, ABSU, UMUDIKE, ESUT and IMT.

There I saw how determined a typical Igbo youth is, there I saw the natural tendency for economic success in a typical Igbo guy, there I saw the reason why Igbos are entrepreneurs allover the globe, there I saw that God specially gave them the metaphysical eyes to see money in things and
where you don’t even think of smelling money, there I saw that even though the Igbos have had severe political travails and marginalization, they will forever remain the economic salt of Nigeria.

While we were serving, those of us who are Port Harcourt breed UNIPORT/RSUST corps members were always complaining that Akwa Ibom is beautiful but not groovy like Port Harcourt, we were always complaining that the town is dry with no night life like Port Harcourt. But our friends from the Igbo extraction were seeing things
differently, they saw Akwa Ibom as a beautiful
virgin land highly in need of economic
exploration, they saw huge business
opportunities in where we saw boredom.

We were complaining of the insufficient N19,800 ‘alawi’ (allowance) while they were seeing it as
potential small scale business capital. We used our alawi to club in one night because, we didn’t see it as good enough to help us, while our Igbo friends inject it into their small scale businesses.

We were always going to Tropicana to see movies while our Igbo friends are busy going to Lagos to bring wears and jewelries for us to buy. We were always calling home for money but our Igbo friends were sending money home instead.

At the end of my service year, I said I was going back to Port Harcourt because I believed Uyo was too dry for me to hustle, but my Igbo friends stayed back because they saw Uyo as a land lacking business and as such, it’s good for them to
make money through the introduction of
different businesses.

THE REVERSAL:

I came back to Port Harcourt then pondered on my experience with these Igbo brains, I then realised why people hate them, I felt bad
seriously for wrongly hating them all these while, I decided to love them because, they have the kind of zeal I’d love to emulate.

THE CONVICTION:

When I was fully convinced that the Igbos are not only my role models but my blood was when they went against all odds to make Goodluck Jonathan
their own, they loved him even more than some us from the South South, they gave him their full support at the poll not minding the consequences. Ever since, I couldn’t stop loving Igbos but to love them even more.

THE RECOMMENDATION:

Igbos drive the economy of every towns and cities in Nigeria, nobody can change that, so instead of hating them for doing business in your place, I’d advise you compete with them even if you know you can’t beat them because, it is your land that is benefiting economically and otherwise with such
healthy competition, it is a win win situation.

IN CONCLUSION:

Igbos are subject of hate in this country,
apparently due to wrong perception, but I
personally think Igbos are cool like any other
tribe, and bad like any other tribe too. Though my main problem with them is that, they never admit their flaws no matter how glaring but they are always quick to lampoon the slightest folly of other tribes.

If you want to be successful economically, think like Igbos!
—–By Dennis, Rivers State.

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Deadlytruth(m): 9:57am On Jun 09, 2016
At one instance you claim Rivers. At another you claim Delta. Then where exactly do you belong? But I guess you're from Enugu where Fulani herdsmen have just slaughtered you again in large numbers yet rather than fight back you ran here to transfer aggression to the tribes who did not kill you. It shows how lily livered you are? Go to Enugu and kill the Fulanis and eat their flesh if you know you are brave.

If you were intelligent you would have by your claim that your are from the Niger Delta areas not added by the constitution known that you just mocked Akwa Ibom and Cross River you have been claiming to love. If you were smart you'll not miss the fact that even in the three core Niger Delta states the Niger Estuary does not entirely cover any of those states. The Anioma part of Delta is not really within the Estuary any more than the Sapele area or Ndoni part of Rivers is within it. Before Bendel and old Rivers got split these two states were called the core Niger Delta states not because they were entirely covered by the estuary but because the Estuary was part of them
So tagging a state or Region as being of the Niger Delta has more to do with the ethnic nationalities in those states/Regions than the estuary itself. Please return to school.

In your fraudulent claim to be an Urhobo man from Delta you tried to mock Edo by asking when last Adesuwa sent Western Union home. Only a fool and impostor like you would not know that the quest for living and working overseas is an entire Edo/Delta thing which they both refer to as "Jand" in local parlance. No genuine Deltan mocks Edo for overseas travel and vice versa. And you have forgotten that Igbos who travel overseas don't do legal jobs like Edos and Deltans but are languishing in foreign jails for drug trafficking. How many Edos/Deltans have you ever heard were caught with hard drugs at MMIA the way it is with Igbos?

Also, your insinuation that the splitting of Bendel into Edo and Delta was an indication of internal rivalry. Only an ignoramus and impostor would not know that the Edo part were even the ones who first submitted a memorandum demanding the split despite the oil fields down in the Delta areas. Ask a genuine Deltan you know and he'll confirm it. We are not Igbos who have stuck to the SS states because of oil. We believe in our fertile lands and other solid minerals and our largest gas deposits in Nigeria. Deltans who are professional farmers come over to Edo state to farm because of our fertile ferratic soil over their relatively infertile marine type. So Edo and Delta complement each other and you can't really separate them.

If the killing of Ahmadu Bello was an act of bravery meant to redeem Igbos, then the Zik and Okpara who sold Igbos to Hausa-Fulani should have been the first target by any people who genuinely came to kill to free Igbos from Hausa/Fulani domination.
The Jan. 1966 coup was an Igbo coup not by the composition of the planners but by the manner of execution of it. The mere fact that Abacha's regime had Igbos and some Yorubas in his cabinet did not detract that Abacha's government was aimed at furthering the interest of the Northern Oligarchy. The Hausas who planned the counter coup have long accepted that it was a Hausa coup but our Jews have refused to confess that theirs was an Igbo coup. The original planners of the Jan 1966 coup (Ifeajuna, Nwobosi and Okafor) were all Igbos, and their genuine intention was to kill people of all other tribes except Igbos. They only brought in Nzeogwu, Ademoyega and some Northerners just 3 months to the D-day and sold to them the dummy that it was a nationalistic course. But while assigned targeted politicians they made sure that Zik and Okpara were not assigned to the newly recruited accomplices (Nzeogwu, Ademoyega and the Northern guys) but assigned them to Ifeajuna who would pretend to be going to kill them but later tactically spare them and find artificial excuses to explain it away. And so it really happened.
Below are the words of Nzeogwu himself after realising that the three Core Igbos fooled him: Happy reading;

Another nugget from Nigerian history. This is thetext of Major Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu’sfamous interview with Dennis Ejindu in May
1967. This interview took place just before the start of the civil war. It is probably the most detailed question and answer session with Major Nzeogwu. Enjoy….

Ejindu: I am glad to meet you, Sir. How would you feel if you knew that you are being regarded as a hero?
Nzeogwu: Very pleased naturally. But the truth is that I am not a hero. If there was any famous Major Nzeogwu, I have never heard of him.

Ejindu: It is rumoured that you have just finished writing a book, what is it like?
Nzeogwu: Good gracious! Ninety-nine per cent of all the stories you hear in this country are false. I have not written any book because there was nothing to write about. You can only write about a finished job. It would have been a useful means of
warding off boredom though, but one did not do it for the fear that the authorities might seize the papers. However I had enough time to make detailed notes on what happened, and one might
use them if in future there was any need to write something.
Ejindu: Before you went into prison, the cloud was so clear above this country that one could see very far into the future. Now that you are out, what do you see?
Nzeogwu: A job very badly done. If I may borrow your metaphor, the atmosphere is admittedly somewhat cloudy. But I don’t think there will be rain. Indeed if you look steadily up you will find that the sun is not yet set and might still peep through. The trouble is that people generally can’t tell which is a rain cloud and which is not, and as a result they tend to be confused. As you know there is too much bitterness at present in the country, and in the past people had imagined that they could conveniently do without one another.
But the bitterness will clear in the end and they will find that they are not as self-reliant as they had thought. And they will long to be together…. The same applies to the Northerners. It may take ten or fifteen years for them to come together again but there is no doubt, as far as I can see, that
they will. You see, in this world of imperfection, it is sometimes very difficult to capture the ideal. But we can, at least start with the second best.
Ejindu: What is the second best?
Nzeogwu: A Confederation.
Ejindu: Before I come back to that, may 1 take you back to January, 1966. What exactly happened at Nassarawa (the premier’s residence at Kaduna)
on the night of the 14th?
Nzeogwu: No, no, no; don’t ask me anything about that, I don’t want to remember it.
Ejindu: All right. A lot has been talked and
written about the January coup. But how tribalistic was it really in conception and execution?
Nzeogwu: In the North, no. In the South, yes. We were five in number, and initially we knew quite
clearly what we wanted to do. We had a short list of people who were either undesirable for the future progress of the country or who by their positions at the time had to be sacrificed for peace and stability. Tribal considerations were
completely out of our minds at this stage. But we had a set-back in the execution. Both of us in the North did our best. But the other three who were stationed in the South failed because of incompetence and misguided considerations in the eleventh hour. The most senior among them was in
charge of a whole brigade and had all the excuse and opportunity in the world to mobilize his troops anywhere, anyhow and any time. He did it badly. In Lagos, even allowing for one or two genuine
mistakes, the job was badly done. The Mid-West was never a big problem. But in the East, our major target, nothing practically was done. He and the others let us down.
Ejindu: You must have anticipated that Gen. Ironsi would let you down in the end. Why did you surrender to him the way you did?
Nzeogwu: I was being sensible. The last thing we desired was unnecessary waste of life. If I had stuck to my guns there would have been a civil war, and as the official head of the Army, he would have split the loyalty of my men. Again, you must remember that the British and other
foreigners were standing by to help him. Our purpose was to change our country and make it a place we could be proud to call our home, not to wage war.
Ejindu: It has been said that Gen. Ironsi set out to complete your job for you. Was there anything you did not like in his administration?
Nzeogwu: Yes, everything. First he chose the wrong advisers for the work he halfheartedly set out to do. Most of them were either mediocre or absolutely unintelligent. Secondly, he was tribalistic in the appointment of his governors.
Thirdly the Decree 34 was unnecessary, even silly in fact.
Ejindu: But you wanted a unitary government?
Nzeogwu: No. Not a unitary government as such. We wanted to see a strong centre. We wanted to cut the country to small pieces, making the centre inevitably strong. We did not want to toy with
power, which was what he did.
Ejindu: Tell me, what do you think of him as a soldier?
Nzeogwu: I am afraid I cannot tell you that. But I will say that as a person he was very well liked and as the Supreme Commander, his orders were promptly carried out.
Ejindu: If he joined the Army as a gunner, he must have progressed as a military strategist?
Nzeogwu: Yes, if he had, he could have done so. But he actually joined the Army as a tally-clerk and was a clerk most of the time.
Ejindu: From the present chaos, what type of Nigeria do you envisage?
Nzeogwu: In the first place, secession will be ill-advised, indeed impossible. Even if the East fights a war of secession and wins, it still cannot secede. Personally, I don’t like secession and if this country disintegrates, I shall pack up my things
and go. In the present circumstances,
confederation is the best answer as a temporary measure. In time, we shall have complete unity.
Give this country a confederation and, believe me, in ten or fifteen years the young men will find it intolerable, and will get together to change it. And it is obvious we shall get a confederation or something near it. Nothing will stop that.
Ejindu: Do you think there will be any war?
Nzeogwu: No. Nobody wants to fight. The East which is best equipped and best prepared for war, does not want to attack anybody. The North cannot fight. And Lagos cannot fight now. If they had
attacked the East in August or September, they would have had a walk-over. Today, I think they will be ill-advised to try.
Ejindu: An Englishman said to me the other day that the best thing Ojukwu can do is to take over Lagos. Do you think he can do it even if he wanted to?
Nzeogwu: Yes, I think the East is strong enough to do it if they want to. But it will serve no useful purpose. It can only serve to destroy life and property. You see, the effective power does not lie in Lagos but in Kaduna, and if you remove Gowon
somebody else will take his place. If you capture the South against the North, all you can achieve is civil war, disintegration and border clashes.
Ejindu: Finally, let me come to the controversy over your release. Much as it has been a popular action you have been released by the east government against the wish of the federal government. What do you say to that?
Nzeogwu: All I can say is that I am happy and grateful to be out. We feel grateful to the Nsukka students for their persistent demand, and to the boys in the barracks for their pressure on the authorities in the east. And to the Nigerian public in general for their concern over our welfare.

Now, note where Nzeogwu said Ironsi's decree 34 was silly, accused Ironsi of being unintelligent, accused him of being tribalistic in his appointments and being insincere in the work he set out to do; and also accused Ifejuna, Okafor and Nwobosi of showing tribal sympathy to the Easterner targets (Zik and Okpara). This is right from the horse's mouth. Nzeogwu was not Yoruba, Hausa, Edo, Urhobo, Ijaw, Uneme to warrant the accusation that he spoke against Ironsi and Ifeajuna and co due to tribal hatred. He was an Anioma man whom Igbos claim are their brothers. He spoke the Deadlytruth. Yet you who were probably not born then keep denying the Igboness coup despite its clearly Igbo driven manner of execution.

You keep saying Uneme's are insignificant but you are obviously upset by the analysis coming from an Uneme person that you have kept on replying him. You need drugs.
Bia is an integral part of WaZoBia and is more appositioned to Zo for Arewanistan. Your alliances with Arewanistan has been at regular intervals of 20 years (1959, 1979, 1999 and 2019). You are therefore the perpetual and eternal slaves f Hausas. Ekweremadu your brother will fly PDP flag as a junior slave partner to Saraki or Lamido currently in jail.

As I have told you, all your rantings, links and videos here are futile attempts to draw attention away from the fact that Igbos merely reaped the whirlwind from the wind they sowed. Granted that four years after enslaving yourself to Arewanistans through your NPC-NCNC alliance you had come back to your senses and realised that it was a very naïve and self-destructive decision to have ever gone into marriage with Ahmadu Bello. However, being in a democracy, a sensible people would not have resorted to loopsided bloodshed as a means of correcting their mistake. They should have rather sought new political alliances to flush the North out of power through the ballot box. If at all they must kill to reverse their own enslavement, then they should have killed only the Zik and Okpara who sold them out and were still prepared to. But Ironically these were exactly the persons they spared but killed all others. What a people! And you wanted Isaac Boro and Saro Wiwa and indeed the entire Ijaws to believe in co-founding a separate country with such people? You must be dreaming!

You murdered sleep and you shall sleep no more.

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Deadlytruth(m): 10:40am On Jun 09, 2016
IN CONCLUSION:

Igbos are subject of hate in this country,
apparently due to wrong perception, but I
personally think Igbos are cool like any other
tribe, and bad like any other tribe too. Though my main problem with them is that, they never admit their flaws no matter how glaring but they are always quick to lampoon the slightest folly of other tribes.

If you want to be successful economically, think like Igbos!
—–By Dennis, Rivers State.[/quote]


The fact that you referenced the speech above in your attempt to mystify Igbos lays it bare that you are very unintelligent. In comprehension and summary it is said that the conclusion of a write up carries the ultimate message. This Dennis ended the story by claiming that Igbos never admit their own flaws however glaring but are quick to see the fault of others. In other words he simply means Igbos are dishonest and thus see the spec in other people's eyes through the log of wood covering their own eyes. Is that not exactly the point I have been making on this thread as to how Igbos ruined themselves and Nigeria but see the blame in everyone else? He implies clearly that Igbos are hypocrites and unreliable. And we know that hypocrisy is a the most disgusting quality in anyone. The only sin which made Jesus curse people is the sin of hypocrisy. Am I not vindicated now on my insistence that Igbos are cursed?
This Ogoni man just finished you completely and you quoted him.
Of course this Ogoni man had in mind the hypocrisy of Igbos in their mocking of Saro Wiwa for crushing Biafra after Igbos themselves crushed Saro Wiwa's Niger Delta Republic earlier on.
If he, as an Ogoni man, is really comfortable with his own verdict that Igbos hypocrisy and dishonesty driven business acumen is actually tolerable by him, then why did he not suggest in his write up that he would therefore love to find himself in a Biafra Republic made up of Igbos and Ogonis alone? When will you start reading write ups in between the lines before you quote them?

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Moheat(m): 1:24pm On Jun 09, 2016
63xtr33r:


I don't blame you much; it's this contraption that gave useless nonentities the guts to rant carelessly and senselessly against the Igbo Nation.

You didn't suck your mother's bosom.
Neanderthal savage of dirt, slavery, squalor, anger, hate and propaganda grandstanding in the public thinking that a butterfly supposedly acting smart is a bird!

If wishes were horses! Like say all these your grammar go create Biafra.Mtcheeeww

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by 63xtr63r: 4:42pm On Jun 09, 2016
@Deadlytrash, if you like cry blood your portion and that of your inconsequential Uneme-Nekhua people still remains with your Fulani masters.

Igbos are not interested in parasites, traitors or genocide conspirators. Igbos cannot afford to share a country with verm1ns and vagabonds parading as Uneme-Nekhua people on NL.

You lots dine and feed on lies, falsehood, noise-making, propaganda, abuse and slurs to grow abnormally fat in your cheeks.

You must be too dull to put in extra effort in getting the right materials in knowledge acquisition. However, I find these articles worthy to help cure your stupendous daftness on political matters.

https://www.nairaland.com/2221644/formerly-secret-files-nigerian-war-against-biafra-by-mark-curtis
https://markcurtis./2007/02/13/nigeriabiafra-1967-70/

https://www.nairaland.com/370567/enahoro-january-15-1966-not

https://www.nairaland.com/350587/regret-fighting-civil-war-akinriande

http://odili.net/news/source/2009/nov/12/318.html

Col. Ben Gbulie, One Of The 1966 Coupists Speaks On The Coup And Awo -https://www.nairaland.com/1517702/col-ben-gbulie-one-1966

https://www.nairaland.com/1073512/names-1966-coup-plotters.judge-self

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"For those of us who have been falsely claiming that the 1966 first military coup was led by Igbos to exterminate non-Igbo leaders in order take over the country and branded it as an "Igbo coup" should go back to history and facts to help themselves out. This was the reason they claimed the whole country rallied against Igbos to
wipe them out in a genocide. This is a malicious and cheap propaganda contrived to make their claims stick. But the more you try to bury facts and truth, the more the inconsistences of your hypocrisy and lies continues to surface. You can never murder history. It's not possible!

The truth is that, those who led the military putsh were
motivated by the injustices, prejudice, nepotism and the
lopesided nature of federal and military appointments the behemoths in power then were doing to subjugate and dominate others by force, arrogantly promote one section over another. It was never an Igbo affair as is being peddled to find relevance.

Now take a look at the list of the '66 coup plotters and render your own judgement;

1. Major Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu (Delta Igbo)
2. Major Adewale Ademoyega (Yoruba) author of "Why we struck"
3. Capt. G. Adeleke (Yoruba)
4. Maj. Ifeajuna (Igbo)
5. Lt. Fola Oyewole (Yoruba) author of "The reluctant rebel"
6. Lt. R. Egbiko (Esan)
7. Lt. Tijani Katsina (Hausa/
Fulani)
8. Lt. O. Olafemiyan (Yoruba)
9. Capt. Gibson Jalo (Bali)
10. Capt. Swanton (Middle Belt)
11. Lt. Hope Harris Eghagha (Urhobo)
12. Lt. Dag Warribor (Ijaw)
13. 2nd Lt. Saleh Dambo (Hausa)
14. 2nd Lt. John Atom Kpera (Tiv)."


During the counter coup of July 1966, 185 Igbo officers in the Nigerian military were selected and killed. As if that wasn't enough, you and your Southern partners-in-crime ganged up with your Hausa-Fulani-Kanuri masters, rushed into the streets and killed Igbos. You vampires burnt igbo establishments in the North and South-West. And the pogrom and carnage lasted for 10 months with an estimated 30,000 Igbos dead.

Dimwitted bigot, if you had any brain matter in you you would have reasoned properly and asked, why should the conflict within the military be transferred on the ordinary man on the streets?

Why didn't the July 1966 counter-coup plotters just wipe out the Eastern political class and end it there.

Remember, Aguiyi Ironsi did nothing deserving death yet you verm1ns killed him. Ironsi was too much of a peacemaker and he died making useless peace, appeasing you vagabonds.

The February 13, 1976 Dimka-led coupists came from Benue and Plateau region. They assassinated Murtala Mohammed then Head of State, yet there was no genocide carried against the Middle-belt people. Why was same treatment not given to the ethnic groups of the Dimka-led coupists that committed same offence? It's simply hypocrisy!
It is against the military rule to harm the innocent civilians during coup.

According to the warped logic of hypocritical bigots (like this accursed Uneme-Nekhua savage of dirt and slavery) and their co-travellers, anytime there is a revolution or a coup the ethnic groups of the coup plotters should be singled out for ethnic cleansing!

When Diya and other Yoruba soldiers planned the coup against Abacha regime, why didnt Abacha wipe out the entire Yorubas race?



https://www.nairaland.com/2854914/why-fought-side-ojukwu-biafra

Retired Lt. Fola Oyewole, 77, a Nigerian Military Officer of the Yoruba stock, fought on the side of Biafra during the ncivil war. Before then, he was, because of the first coup 50 years ago, imprisoned in Lagos and in the Enugu but was released by Lt Col Ojukwu.

He wrote his own war account too, entitled “The Reluctant Rebel”, which joined other civil war narratives like ‘The Biafra Story’ (1969) by Frederick Forsyth, ‘Why We Struck’ (1981) by Adewale Ademoyega, ‘Sunset In Biafra’ (1975) by Elechi Amadi, ‘The Nigerian Revolution And the Biafran War’ (1980) by Alexander Madiebo among others.

In this interview with Ademola Adegbamigbe and Femi Anjorin (Idowu Ogunleye snapped the photos), the retired army officer narrated what happened during the first coup, his participation in it and why he, despite being Yoruba, fought on the side of Biafra like other non Igbo officers like Lt Col. Victor Banjo, Major Wale Ademoyega and others.

Q: In what area did you take part in that coup?

A: Arrest, seize facility and others…


Q: You were at a point, according to your book, with Captain Adeleke, another Yoruba soldier, who was he?

A: He was a colleague. He is the one who said he wanted to consult the family and we were friends, we both worked in Apapa before the crisis.

Q: I want you to describe what happened to other Yoruba people or non Igbo who fought on the Biafran side – Lt Col. Victor Banjo, Major Wale Ademoyega, then Major Kaduna Nzeogwu an Igbo from Opanam in Delta?

A: They were detained like myself, and Nzeogwu was detained, that was a common factor.

Q: In the book, you applaud Ojukwu’s performance in Aburi, explain to us what actually happened because there is this argument that he bamboozled Gowon

A: If you listen to the Aburi accord or the proceedings as a whole, you will duff your cap for Ojukwu whether he is a villain or whatever you want to call him, call him. He really dictated the pace of the discussion, he was prepared for it, he kind of put together all the things and if you listen, the moment he started talking, others kept quiet and when he finished, they will say ok ok ok. To give you a full grasp of what the theme was, you need to read the comment of the super perm sec who led us to were we are today.

Q: Was it Philip Asiodu?

A: The group – Asiodu, and the rest. Their recommendations, what they brought back from Aburi was agreed to be implemented but when they came here they tore it into pieces/.

Q: Ok, was after the agreement was signed in Aburi? They came back to Nigeria….

A: To put it in whatsoever you can say political implementation. They desired to analyse it, it was an agreement not suggestion, that’s where our problem sort of started.

If you listen to the Aburi accord or the proceedings as a whole, you will duff your cap for Ojukwu whether he is a villain or whatever you want to call him, call him. He really dictated the pace of the discussion, he was prepared for it, he kind of put together all the things and if you listen, the moment he started talking, others kept quiet and when he finished, they will say ok ok ok. To give you a full grasp of what the theme was, you need to read the comment of the super perm sec who led us to were we are today.

Q: Kindly let us into what the agreement was? Because there was this talk of confederation, federation…And some critics said that was where Ojukwu bamboozled Gowon…

Interesting watch!

Part A  http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=rPNXnMcHGtE

Part B  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqCP3DXwFzU&feature=related
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by 63xtr63r: 5:38pm On Jun 09, 2016
@Deadlytrash, have you ever pondered that if you and your inconsequential people are not worthless and daft you wouldn't be running amok on NL insulting the Igbo Nation for daring to seek a separate existence from greedy, treasury looters cum murderous parasites?

You can use as much verbosity as you like to attempt to cover up your hypocrisy and lies but surely your mission is DOA.

It's pathetic that you and your fellow verm1ns and vagabonds who stand logic on its head are the problem of this country. 

You are embittered and pained that a people seek self-determination and that sooner than later you and your inconsequential Uneme-Nekhua people will eventually spend the rest of your miserable lives with your Fulani masters.

Dimwitted bigot from a juju-infested enclave, for the sake of your survival get enrolled in evening classes to master Quranic verses. Remember to take crash courses in Hausa, Fulani and Yoruba languages.

Good luck ass-licking slave and cretinous savage!

However, you can keep whining, weeping, wailing, yelling, cursing, shouting and gnashing your teeth at the mere mention of Biaf... with thick mucous dripping down your smelly noses as if your whole essence in life is being taken away from you.
Note that the mere thought of NK or Biaf... will continue to cause terrible nightmares, heartaches and madness to enemies and naysayers.


madenigga:
Edo man am a Rivers man and from the southsouth o,
the true Niger deltan not those added by constitution, and I wud like to tell u that If Nigeria breaks u guys are on ur own. We SS igbos are singing it out to u ppl so dst tomorrow u ppl wont shout that u were betrayed.
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Deadlytruth(m): 11:57am On Jun 10, 2016
@63Xtr63r,
The mere fact your moniker is just a jumble of unpronounceable digits and alphabets is enough testimonial to your sorry state. You have consistently refused to tell us the wretched and erosion ravaged village and inconsequential subdivision of the Igbo tribe you come from for us to compare with Unemeh. Are you not proud of your juju-infested and Otokoto shrines populated and miserable harmlet unrecognized even by the most detailed map of google? You have written a million lines of trash and incoherence here but have not been able to spare a line to tell us the name of your harmlet which is most likely to have more Otokoto shrines than humans. Daft hypocrite like you! It is very obvious you reside in Lagos, Kano or Äbuja where you make your daily living but keep deriding the tribes who have provided you an abode away from you miserable and erosion ravaged and uninhabitable Igbo village. You want Biafra but you are living and intermarrying with the very peoples you call ass lickers when actually you are their ass liking slave and guest. In your unquenchable thirst after the SS' oil you Igbos have made yourselves willing slaves of the SS. The wish of the SS is now your command. When SS says "stop" you stop. When SS says "walk" you even run. It is a pity that a people who are a major ethnic group in Nigeria have so lost it all that they have become subservient and obsequious to a group of previously insignificant minorities. Uneme-Nekhua is an integral part of the SS to whom you Igbos have willingly submitted themselves as slaves. So Uneme people are your superiors now. When we hold meetings with other SS ethnic nationalities and come out with any position our Igbo slaves must obey and act out our scripts. We put GEJ forward and Ironically you all voted for him slavishly even more than the votes he got from us. Your slavery to us SS now is such that you carpet your own fellow Igbos who contest against us. The SS (including unemes) is glad to have you as slaves after Hausas and Yorubas used and dumped you.
The Igbo nation is clearly a defeated one. Igbos have become the arse lickers of the SS just because they (Igbos) want an undeserved freedom from their Hausa-Fulani masters. In your blind quest for an unrealistic one Nigeria you first licked the arses and anuses of Arewanistan. Led by your Zik you first witch hunted Yorubas to please your Arewanistan masters. You caused crisis in the Western Region, killed Yorubas and jailed Awolowo just to please your Hausa-Fulani masters of Bello and Balewa. But after you failed to impress the Arewanistan with all your collusion with them against Yorubas and SS or get the one-Nigeria you so much dreamt of against reality, the very hausa Fulani whose anuses you licked began to slaughter you as a gift for your moronic licking of their anuses. Then you ran over to Yorubas and started licking Yorubas' arses and anuses all in the name of seeking a wartime alliance against your former Hausa-Fulani masters. All that while you were witch hunting the SS by jailiing Isaac Boro, jailing Enahoro, Killing Okotie Eboh, But Yorubas had not forgiven you but knew that you ran to seek refuge in them from the same Arewanistan in whose interest you had pummelled them. So they ditched you and left you in the cold during the war the same way you left them too in the cold in 1959 and married the Arewanistan through NPC-NCNC alliance. The Arewanistan crushed you in the War. In 1979 you went again to marry Arewanistan (NPN-NPP) hoping that such would afford you the power to take vengeance on Yorubas, but it failed as Arewa soldiers sacked that Arewa-Biafra government again. Then in 1999 you again coaleased with Arewa in PDP. While all the above lasted you Igbos did not see the SS as significant. But it was after both Arewa and Yorubas repeatedly fooled you and tossed you to and fro between themselves that you ran over to the same SS you had always despised. Now you worship SS and lick our arses. But we will allow you lick our anuses much longer than you did that of Arewa and Oodua put together before we kick you out when we are satisfied that our arses have been thoroughly licked clean enough by your sycophantic and boastful tongues. Just watch and see what happens after we finish using you to get back our federalism and resource control which Ironsi dismantled. We will use you Ironsi's brothers to get back what Ironsi took from us.
The strange feature of Igbo brand of enslavement is that they are not coerced into it but it is willingly done by them. They willingly submitted themselves to Hausa-Fulani in 1959, willingly submitted themselves to Yoruba man OBJ at the expense of their own Ekweme in PDP in 1998, and now they have out of their own free will submitted wholeheartedly to slavery under SS. And such people claim they want a separate republic? How can willing slaves be asking for freedom? It does not make sense.
Igbos can't do without the SS their newest slave masters. At the mere mention of a republic exclusively SS, Igbos start fuming, crying and gnashing their dirty teeth for fear of being left behind with Arewanistan. It is really great that Southern minorities now control, command and determine the fate and future of a major ethnic group in Nigeria.

You are the one already crying blood and sputum that the SS will abandon you with your old ally- Arewanistan. Igbos are the real parasites in Nigeria. They have invaded every nook and cranny of the country the way parasitic germs invade and spread over the host. Yet Igbo land contributes practically nothing to national treasury. That is why they find it difficult to stay back and develop their land. Only cursed hypocrites would claim they developed everywhere else while their own home is in squalor and reeking of underdevelopment. They are like swarms of flies buzzing all over every other region except theirs. The only tribe in the whole world whose population in diaspora is more than that at home. it is an indication that they are more comfortable outside home thus their homeland is barren and unfriendly to even they themselves. They prefer to be slaves outside home than to remain kings in their own home. A major tribe whose members hawk gala, soft drinks, plantain chips, roasted cashew nuts, etc under sun and rain in the streets of Lagos, Abuja, Kano, PH, Benin, Warri, Oshogbo, Ibadan, Yenagoa, Calabar, Illorin, etc. Which other tribe comes to hawk these things in the streets of Aba, Onitsha, Enugu and Owerri? Scums of the earth!
The man you quoted as claiming that Edo is not Niger Delta save for the constitution is himself not Niger Delta because we know the Niger Estuary does not cover the Igboid parts of the SS.
Ben Gbulie's account of the coup makes it clear that at the planning stage none of the targeted politicians in the hit list was assigned to any Yoruba or Northern accomplice but all to Igbos. Yet this fool is busy pursuing the futility of using all his weak links to establish that it was a nationalistic coup. Your revisionism can't wash it away. Nzeogwu made it clear that the mainland Igbos among them had a tribal agenda up their sleeves. I guess you'll call Nzeogwu a Yoruba or Bini man for indicting Igbos.
You claim that the coup was staged against the Behemoths in power who were using their might to make loopsided appointments and allocations of resources. Very watery arguement! Were Zik, and Okpara not among those Behemoths? Then why were they spared by the core Igbos? Crooks!
After telling you that the coup was an Igbo coup not by the composition of members but by the manner of execution, you keep re-posting your endless list of hundreds of Yorubas and Northerner participants as if that changes the fact that only none Igbos ended up being killed while no Igbo lost his life. Why not furnish me with an equally long list of Igbos who were killed by the Jan 15 1966 coupists if you are sincere and honest? Nzeogwu himself declared that they were just five in number. All the rest names in that fraudulent list of yours were inferior officers who were commanded to the scenes by Nzeogwu and were merely taking orders from Nzeogwu their superior. The could not disobey Nzeogwu even if they wished to. The Sgt. Oyeleke who tried it was gunned down immediately by Nzeogwu. Who else would not value his life to dare Nzeogwu again?
The other foolish response you Igbos give to this demand of a list of slain Igbos in the Jan 15 coup is to quickly claim that the coup was meant to release Awo and make him prime minister. How does that answer the question? If the core Igbos in the plot really so loved Awolowo and were angered by his imprisonment then why did they not kill the Zik who colluded with the North to imprison him? Fraudsters!
A report in the national archives has it that after successfully breaking into Balewa's residence Ifeajuna and Okafor stopped communicating in English with each other but switched over to Igbo. That was obviously aimed at preventing the other junior non-Igbo officers whom they forced to go along with them from knowing their ulterior motive which was the Igbo agenda. The same Ifeajuna tipped Zik off before the day of action and when he arrived Enugu he only paid Okpara (another one of the Behemoths) a courtesy visit before fleeing to Ghana. Yet this nonentity keeps claiming it was a nationalistic coup!
You are now shedding crocodile tears over the massacre of Igbo civilians in the revenge coup of July 1966? I thought you said Igbos are brave? Why could they not stop their own massacre by their bravery but had to later go and seek support for secession from the "cowardly" Yorubas?

You foolishly ask why the counter coupists transferred their annoyance on Igbo civilians in the streets rather than just eliminate the top Igbo political class. Very poor question! Most of the top Igbo politicians had escaped from sight after being spared by Ifeajuna and co.
Now, why did the Igbo coupists of Jan 15 transfer their anger with the politicians on innocent military officers like Maimalari, shodehinde, Ademulegun, etc? You think an innocent civilian's life is more sacred than an innocent military officer's life before God or men?
And to worsen the issue those Igbo guys spared some of the guilty civilians like Zik and Okpara while killing innocent military officers like Maimalari and the rest.
Why middle-beltern civilians were not massacred as a result of the Dimka coup were that;
1. Dimka was immediately caught and executed by Obasanjo thus all frayed nerves calmed unlike Ironsi who protected the Igbo boys and even started transferring them to eastern prisons and after six months counting he refused to punish the plotters.
2. Unlike Igbos who celebrated the Jan 15 1966 coup in the streets and markets of Kaduna just like how you have severally praised Nzeogwu, Ifeajuna and Okafor for bravery in your comments here, the Middle-belters did not jump into the streets to celebrate Dimka's action. They were sober and mournful. But Igbos and spirit of vicious triumphalism!
I know fools like you claim six months were not enough for Ironsi to apprehend and execute the Jan 15 coupists. However the same Ironsi took less than 3 months to apprehend, arrest and have Adaka Boro's case pursued from the high court to the Supreme court which convicted him of treason and sentenced him to death. Yes Adaka Boro was not Igbo so he was quickly tried and sentenced by the ironsi Jaunta. Igbos are smart indeed! They are really good business men!
You also wonder why ironsi did not deserve death and you credit him with peace making. Very puerile of you. A peacemaker who got Boro sentenced to death for declaring s separate republic but was treating with kid gloves his own brothers who killed innocent men, pregnant women and unborn babies in cold blood. A man of peace who dismantled federalism against the public interest. A man of peace who began to tamper with the constitution when the public did not demand constitution review. A man of peace who kept Enahoro, Awolowo, etc in jail while releasing Northern prisoners and negotiating with them. So much for a man of peace!
You also wonder why Yorubas were not wiped out as a result of Diya Coup? Then I ask you how many Yorubas flew into the streets to celebrate Diya's coup in the North the way Igbos celebrated Nzeogwu's coup right inside Kaduna streets and markets? No other tribe celebrates or identify with the unwholesome things done by their own members. You. People's arrogant, overbearing and domineering greed is too disgusting and that's what inspires the hatred every other tribe has for you. Even the Igboid groups in the SS have a completely different attitude, and that's why other tribes find it cool to relate with Aniomas and Ikwerres very freely. Aniomas living in Benin are very warm, homely, calm, diplomatic, rational and down to earth. There are some really very humble, diplomatic and rational SE Igbos anyway, but are however too few in comparison with the whole.

You mentioned so many Yorubas who fought on the side of Biafra but you people keep claiming Yorubas betrayed you. Then how? Did Ojukwu not later kill some of those Yorubas?
If you were not a slowpoke you would have long realized that as long as Igbos make it look as if the Southern minorities have no God-given right to seek their own country separate from Biafra, then Biafra too has no God-given right to seek a separate country from Nigeria.
You call other tribes treasury looters? An Igbo man, Azikiwe, was the first treasury looter in Nigeria's history. He was indicted of fraudulent managing of the Africa Development Bank by the colonial authorities. Also an Igbo man, Ironsi, was the one who centralized the treasury thus making it easier to loot larger sums more easily from it. Himself obviously wanted to loot from it but was killed by Arewa before he could dip his hands.
You Igbos remain the perpetual slaves of Arewa and Yorubas. You started taking courses in Hausa and Fulfude languages since 1959 when you entered into the NPC-NCNC alliance. Remember Zik could speak all of Yoruba, Hausa and Fulfude. So with Okpara.
Ekweremadu has just zoned PDP ticket to Arewanistan to feature him (an Igbo) as the junior slave partner and running mate to Saraki. Remember Ojukwu returned from exile and joined NPN the Arewanistan party.
When an Arewanistani (IBB) took PDP ticket away from Ekweme and gave it to an Oduduwa descendant (OBJ), rather than protest you Biafrans all bowed and shouted "Ranka Dede" Mallam. And you call others slaves and arse lickers of Arewa when you yourself have so licked their arses to colourless and are now licking that of the SS.
You will continue to worship the SS till federalism and resource control return. You will continue to tremble and cry over the prospect of a southern minorities country without Biafra. Parasitic gold diggers that have stuck to the SS like ticks just because of oil.

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Volksfuhrer(m): 2:08pm On Jun 10, 2016
Deadlytruth:
@63Xtr63r,
The mere fact your moniker is just a jumble of unpronounceable digits and alphabets is enough testimonial to your sorry state. You have consistently refused to tell us the wretched and erosion ravaged village and inconsequential subdivision of the Igbo tribe you come from for us to compare with Unemeh. Are you not proud of your juju-infested and Otokoto shrines populated and miserable harmlet unrecognized even by the most detailed map of google? You have written a million lines of trash and incoherence here but have not been able to spare a line to tell us the name of your harmlet which is most likely to have more Otokoto shrines than humans. Daft hypocrite like you! It is very obvious you reside in Lagos, Kano or Äbuja where you make your daily living but keep deriding the tribes who have provided you an abode away from you miserable and erosion ravaged and uninhabitable Igbo village. You want Biafra but you are living and intermarrying with the very peoples you call ass lickers when actually you are their ass liking slave and guest. In your unquenchable thirst after the SS' oil you Igbos have made yourselves willing slaves of the SS. The wish of the SS is now your command. When SS says "stop" you stop. When SS says "walk" you even run. It is a pity that a people who are a major ethnic group in Nigeria have so lost it all that they have become subservient and obsequious to a group of previously insignificant minorities. Uneme-Nekhua is an integral part of the SS to whom you Igbos have willingly submitted themselves as slaves. So Uneme people are your superiors now. When we hold meetings with other SS ethnic nationalities and come out with any position our Igbo slaves must obey and act out our scripts. We put GEJ forward and Ironically you all voted for him slavishly even more than the votes he got from us. Your slavery to us SS now is such that you carpet your own fellow Igbos who contest against us. The SS (including unemes) is glad to have you as slaves after Hausas and Yorubas used and dumped you.
The Igbo nation is clearly a defeated one. Igbos have become the arse lickers of the SS just because they (Igbos) want an undeserved freedom from their Hausa-Fulani masters. In your blind quest for an unrealistic one Nigeria you first licked the arses and anuses of Arewanistan. Led by your Zik you first witch hunted Yorubas to please your Arewanistan masters. You caused crisis in the Western Region, killed Yorubas and jailed Awolowo just to please your Hausa-Fulani masters of Bello and Balewa. But after you failed to impress the Arewanistan with all your collusion with them against Yorubas and SS or get the one-Nigeria you so much dreamt of against reality, the very hausa Fulani whose anuses you licked began to slaughter you as a gift for your moronic licking of their anuses. Then you ran over to Yorubas and started licking Yorubas' arses and anuses all in the name of seeking a wartime alliance against your former Hausa-Fulani masters. All that while you were witch hunting the SS by jailiing Isaac Boro, jailing Enahoro, Killing Okotie Eboh, But Yorubas had not forgiven you but knew that you ran to seek refuge in them from the same Arewanistan in whose interest you had pummelled them. So they ditched you and left you in the cold during the war the same way you left them too in the cold in 1959 and married the Arewanistan through NPC-NCNC alliance. The Arewanistan crushed you in the War. In 1979 you went again to marry Arewanistan (NPN-NPP) hoping that such would afford you the power to take vengeance on Yorubas, but it failed as Arewa soldiers sacked that Arewa-Biafra government again. Then in 1999 you again coaleased with Arewa in PDP. While all the above lasted you Igbos did not see the SS as significant. But it was after both Arewa and Yorubas repeatedly fooled you and tossed you to and fro between themselves that you ran over to the same SS you had always despised. Now you worship SS and lick our arses. But we will allow you lick our anuses much longer than you did that of Arewa and Oodua put together before we kick you out when we are satisfied that our arses have been thoroughly licked clean enough by your sycophantic and boastful tongues. Just watch and see what happens after we finish using you to get back our federalism and resource control which Ironsi dismantled. We will use you Ironsi's brothers to get back what Ironsi took from us.
The strange feature of Igbo brand of enslavement is that they are not coerced into it but it is willingly done by them. They willingly submitted themselves to Hausa-Fulani in 1959, willingly submitted themselves to Yoruba man OBJ at the expense of their own Ekweme in PDP in 1998, and now they have out of their own free will submitted wholeheartedly to slavery under SS. And such people claim they want a separate republic? How can willing slaves be asking for freedom? It does not make sense.
Igbos can't do without the SS their newest slave masters. At the mere mention of a republic exclusively SS, Igbos start fuming, crying and gnashing their dirty teeth for fear of being left behind with Arewanistan. It is really great that Southern minorities now control, command and determine the fate and future of a major ethnic group in Nigeria.

You are the one already crying blood and sputum that the SS will abandon you with your old ally- Arewanistan. Igbos are the real parasites in Nigeria. They have invaded every nook and cranny of the country the way parasitic germs invade and spread over the host. Yet Igbo land contributes practically nothing to national treasury. That is why they find it difficult to stay back and develop their land. Only cursed hypocrites would claim they developed everywhere else while their own home is in squalor and reeking of underdevelopment. They are like swarms of flies buzzing all over every other region except theirs. The only tribe in the whole world whose population in diaspora is more than that at home. it is an indication that they are more comfortable outside home thus their homeland is barren and unfriendly to even they themselves. They prefer to be slaves outside home than to remain kings in their own home. A major tribe whose members hawk gala, soft drinks, plantain chips, roasted cashew nuts, etc under sun and rain in the streets of Lagos, Abuja, Kano, PH, Benin, Warri, Oshogbo, Ibadan, Yenagoa, Calabar, Illorin, etc. Which other tribe comes to hawk these things in the streets of Aba, Onitsha, Enugu and Owerri? Scums of the earth!
The man you quoted as claiming that Edo is not Niger Delta save for the constitution is himself not Niger Delta because we know the Niger Estuary does not cover the Igboid parts of the SS.
Ben Gbulie's account of the coup makes it clear that at the planning stage none of the targeted politicians in the hit list was assigned to any Yoruba or Northern accomplice but all to Igbos. Yet this fool is busy pursuing the futility of using all his weak links to establish that it was a nationalistic coup. Your revisionism can't wash it away. Nzeogwu made it clear that the mainland Igbos among them had a tribal agenda up their sleeves. I guess you'll call Nzeogwu a Yoruba or Bini man for indicting Igbos.
You claim that the coup was staged against the Behemoths in power who were using their might to make loopsided appointments and allocations of resources. Very watery arguement! Were Zik, and Okpara not among those Behemoths? Then why were they spared by the core Igbos? Crooks!
After telling you that the coup was an Igbo coup not by the composition of members but by the manner of execution, you keep re-posting your endless list of hundreds of Yorubas and Northerner participants as if that changes the fact that only none Igbos ended up being killed while no Igbo lost his life. Why not furnish me with an equally long list of Igbos who were killed by the Jan 15 1966 coupists if you are sincere and honest? Nzeogwu himself declared that they were just five in number. All the rest names in that fraudulent list of yours were inferior officers who were commanded to the scenes by Nzeogwu and were merely taking orders from Nzeogwu their superior. The could not disobey Nzeogwu even if they wished to. The Sgt. Oyeleke who tried it was gunned down immediately by Nzeogwu. Who else would not value his life to dare Nzeogwu again?
The other foolish response you Igbos give to this demand of a list of slain Igbos in the Jan 15 coup is to quickly claim that the coup was meant to release Awo and make him prime minister. How does that answer the question? If the core Igbos in the plot really so loved Awolowo and were angered by his imprisonment then why did they not kill the Zik who colluded with the North to imprison him? Fraudsters!
A report in the national archives has it that after successfully breaking into Balewa's residence Ifeajuna and Okafor stopped communicating in English with each other but switched over to Igbo. That was obviously aimed at preventing the other junior non-Igbo officers whom they forced to go along with them from knowing their ulterior motive which was the Igbo agenda. The same Ifeajuna tipped Zik off before the day of action and when he arrived Enugu he only paid Okpara (another one of the Behemoths) a courtesy visit before fleeing to Ghana. Yet this nonentity keeps claiming it was a nationalistic coup!
You are now shedding crocodile tears over the massacre of Igbo civilians in the revenge coup of July 1966? I thought you said Igbos are brave? Why could they not stop their own massacre by their bravery but had to later go and seek support for secession from the "cowardly" Yorubas?

You foolishly ask why the counter coupists transferred their annoyance on Igbo civilians in the streets rather than just eliminate the top Igbo political class. Very poor question! Most of the top Igbo politicians had escaped from sight after being spared by Ifeajuna and co.
Now, why did the Igbo coupists of Jan 15 transfer their anger with the politicians on innocent military officers like Maimalari, shodehinde, Ademulegun, etc? You think an innocent civilian's life is more sacred than an innocent military officer's life before God or men?
And to worsen the issue those Igbo guys spared some of the guilty civilians like Zik and Okpara while killing innocent military officers like Maimalari and the rest.
Why middle-beltern civilians were not massacred as a result of the Dimka coup were that;
1. Dimka was immediately caught and executed by Obasanjo thus all frayed nerves calmed unlike Ironsi who protected the Igbo boys and even started transferring them to eastern prisons and after six months counting he refused to punish the plotters.
2. Unlike Igbos who celebrated the Jan 15 1966 coup in the streets and markets of Kaduna just like how you have severally praised Nzeogwu, Ifeajuna and Okafor for bravery in your comments here, the Middle-belters did not jump into the streets to celebrate Dimka's action. They were sober and mournful. But Igbos and spirit of vicious triumphalism!
I know fools like you claim six months were not enough for Ironsi to apprehend and execute the Jan 15 coupists. However the same Ironsi took less than 3 months to apprehend, arrest and have Adaka Boro's case pursued from the high court to the Supreme court which convicted him of treason and sentenced him to death. Yes Adaka Boro was not Igbo so he was quickly tried and sentenced by the ironsi Jaunta. Igbos are smart indeed! They are really good business men!
You also wonder why ironsi did not deserve death and you credit him with peace making. Very puerile of you. A peacemaker who got Boro sentenced to death for declaring s separate republic but was treating with kid gloves his own brothers who killed innocent men, pregnant women and unborn babies in cold blood. A man of peace who dismantled federalism against the public interest. A man of peace who began to tamper with the constitution when the public did not demand constitution review. A man of peace who kept Enahoro, Awolowo, etc in jail while releasing Northern prisoners and negotiating with them. So much for a man of peace!
You also wonder why Yorubas were not wiped out as a result of Diya Coup? Then I ask you how many Yorubas flew into the streets to celebrate Diya's coup in the North the way Igbos celebrated Nzeogwu's coup right inside Kaduna streets and markets? No other tribe celebrates or identify with the unwholesome things done by their own members. You. People's arrogant, overbearing and domineering greed is too disgusting and that's what inspires the hatred every other tribe has for you. Even the Igboid groups in the SS have a completely different attitude, and that's why other tribes find it cool to relate with Aniomas and Ikwerres very freely. Aniomas living in Benin are very warm, homely, calm, diplomatic, rational and down to earth. There are some really very humble, diplomatic and rational SE Igbos anyway, but are however too few in comparison with the whole.

You mentioned so many Yorubas who fought on the side of Biafra but you people keep claiming Yorubas betrayed you. Then how? Did Ojukwu not later kill some of those Yorubas?
If you were not a slowpoke you would have long realized that as long as Igbos make it look as if the Southern minorities have no God-given right to seek their own country separate from Biafra, then Biafra too has no God-given right to seek a separate country from Nigeria.
You call other tribes treasury looters? An Igbo man, Azikiwe, was the first treasury looter in Nigeria's history. He was indicted of fraudulent managing of the Africa Development Bank by the colonial authorities. Also an Igbo man, Ironsi, was the one who centralized the treasury thus making it easier to loot larger sums more easily from it. Himself obviously wanted to loot from it but was killed by Arewa before he could dip his hands.
You Igbos remain the perpetual slaves of Arewa and Yorubas. You started taking courses in Hausa and Fulfude languages since 1959 when you entered into the NPC-NCNC alliance. Remember Zik could speak all of Yoruba, Hausa and Fulfude. So with Okpara.
Ekweremadu has just zoned PDP ticket to Arewanistan to feature him (an Igbo) as the junior slave partner and running mate to Saraki. Remember Ojukwu returned from exile and joined NPN the Arewanistan party.
When an Arewanistani (IBB) took PDP ticket away from Ekweme and gave it to an Oduduwa descendant (OBJ), rather than protest you Biafrans all bowed and shouted "Ranka Dede" Mallam. And you call others slaves and arse lickers of Arewa when you yourself have so licked their arses to colourless and are now licking that of the SS.
You will continue to worship the SS till federalism and resource control return. You will continue to tremble and cry over the prospect of a southern minorities country without Biafra. Parasitic gold diggers that have stuck to the SS like ticks just because of oil.

Ever served in the Army? Artillery perhaps? You gave no quarter!
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Nobody: 3:01pm On Jun 10, 2016
Uduak2019:


Stop lumping SW with SE and SS...they have nothing in common. I take God beg you!






We are brothers from the south United by the same struggle of breaking free from fulani rulership
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by danbashman: 3:05pm On Jun 10, 2016
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Can we comfortably say that Allah is in support of the Avengers? grin[/quot

Yes, if only and if the avengers were oppressed.
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by 63xtr63r: 3:07pm On Jun 10, 2016
Before I came to Biafr*, I heard that Biafrans fought like heroes, but after my visit to Biafr*, I can tell you that Heroes fight like Biafrans.”
- John de st jorre, France

@Deadlytrash, let me sound it loud and clear again, "Igbos are not interested in parasites, traitors or genocide conspirators. Igbos cannot afford to share a country with verm1ns and vagabonds parading as Uneme-Nekhua people on NL. The Igbo Nation are not willing to self-destruct with the deluded Uneme-Nekhua people".

Accursed fetish inbred savage of dirt and slavery, you most likely grew up without knowing who sired you. That should be the sole reason you often rave wild like a castrated dog, without regards or manners on NL with your lies and propaganda against the Igbo Nation.

FYI, your wicked propaganda and foolish ranting on NL cannot stop the raging IPOB tsunami movement.

You're too pained that Igbos would sojourn to your poverty-stricken village and prosper while many of your deluded Uneme-Nekhua people are still wallowing in illiteracy, strange diseases, penury, abject poverty and squalor.

Igbos travel to your remote village to take advantage of the visionlessness, docility and gross ineptitude of your docile, parasitic Uneme-Nekhua people. About a century ago the Europeans competed amongst themselves in trooping to Africa.
That's business acumen and economic expansion at work!

Frustrated cretin and rapscallion from a juju-infested enclave, the reason the Chinese, Lebanese, Indians, Americans and Italians troop to other parts of Nigeria is to create opportunities and conquer the land.

It takes a determined and industrious people to leave their immediate environment and venture into a distant land and conquer it. A bunch of parasitic creatures would rather lazy around in their neighbourhood and depend on their parents for their survival. 

We live in a global village that's why you see the Igbos, Chinese, Lebanese, Indians, Americans and Italians journey to Lagos to conquer the land.

You're pained that the Igbos would come into village and out-compete you to your shame and chagrin. And now your unbridled greed led you to sell off your father's lands to the ever industrious Igbos and becoming tenants.

Little wonder many of you leeches rarely believe one can achieve success save by ritual-killings and cannibalism aside the armed robberies, incests and juju prevalent in your enclave.

Be weaned from your parents and try venturing out so you can compete with other people.


My heart-piercing comments must be making you go insane. However, I shall continue releasing befitting rebuttals at full throttle like never before against your shenanigans and unequalled stupidity on NL.

[b]You're not man enough to challenge the marauding herdsmen who maim and kill your kinsmen but you hypocritically and callously post silly comments against Igbos for daring to seek self-determination.

Let me reveal the underlying fears of your masturbations and baseless postulations on NL: the fear of Fulanis plundering your entire land, islamisation, no free crude oil wealth and eventual low economic activities in your land once Biafr* emerges.

The Business Venture of Lord Lugard being supervised by the Islamic Fulani-led fiefdom, maintained by Hausa born-to-rule hegemony and oiled by Yoruba propaganda and lies is moribund already. 


The man who can stand face-to-face with the enemy and boldly air his views is no mean man. He's no coward that had the guts to secceed, not once but twice.
Surely, there are many cowards and traitors in Nigeria; the deluded Uneme-Nekhua people are no exception but the truth remains that Igbo Nation is definitely not one of them.

There is virtually no other ethnic group or region in Nigeria with as much guts as the Igbos, not even those that claimed they had a phantom empire in pre-colonial times.[/b]

NK and the Handcuffs -
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEOQnuAM_nU

NK raising his hands in victory -


NK stood and looked your Hausa-Fulani masters eyeball to eyeball while the trracherous Uneme-Nekhua people hid under their beds. The same miserable beings currently make a living out of his struggle and at the same time senselessly shouting kill Kanu! hang him! Shoot him!

The man whom the inconsequential Uneme-Nekhua people and their cohorts think the only way they might pin him down is by using masquerades to testify against him in court. Now its over 8 months and the confused cretins are still plotting against one man who declared in Nigeria court:

"I would rather remain in detention than subject myself to a trial that I know amounts to perversion of justice." - Nnamdi Kanu, Dec 23, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=vYxXAQYKyX0

"Anyday I abandon Biafr* and go to Abuja, hunt me down and kill me" ~ Nnamdi Kalu (RB, March 2015)

And you useless cretin of the inconsequential Uneme-Nekhua dare call such valiant people cowards.

I quite understand your frustrations that the dream and vision of the inconsequential Uneme-Nekhua people of remaining eternal parasites is crumbling owing to the great efforts and followership of one man who commands over 40 million people without money. There is indeed every reason for you bloody, ass-licking slave to be jittery for life.

https://www.nairaland.com/2799715/biafra-kanu-bigger-crowd-puller-than#40980839

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Refer to the paper by Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, the current Emir of Kano, a Fulani, where he revealed some truths about your treacherous Yoruba people:
"YORUBAS ARE THE PROBLEM WITH NIGERIA"?
http://www.nigerianbulletin.com/threads/yorubas-are-the-problem-with-nigeria-by-sanusi-lamido-sanusi-elombah-com.111348/

In sum, the Yoruba political leadership, as mentioned by Balarabe Musa, has shown itself over the years to be incapable of rising above narrow tribal interests and reciprocating goodwill from other sections of the country by treating other groups with respect. Practically every crisis in Nigeria since independence has its roots in this attitude. 

The Yoruba elite were the first, in 1962, to attempt a violent overthrow of an elected government in this country. In 1966, it was the violence in the West which provided an avenue for the putsch of 15th January. After Chief Awolowo lost to Shagari in 1983 elections, it was the discontent and bad publicity in the South-West which led to the Buhari intervention...

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https://www.nairaland.com/2221644/formerly-secret-files-nigerian-war-against-biafra-by-mark-curtis
https://markcurtis./2007/02/13/nigeriabiafra-1967-70/

On 26 May the eastern region consultative assembly voted to secede from Nigeria and the following day Gowon declared a state of emergency throughout the country, banned political activity and announced a decree restoring full powers to the FMG. Also announced was a decree dividing the country into twelve states, including six in the north and three in the east.

On 30 May 1967 Biafra declared independence and on 7 July the FMG began operations to defeat it. It lasted until January 1970 as an extremely well-equipped Nigerian federal army of over 85,000 men supplied by Britain, the Soviet Union and few others, took on a volunteer Biafran army, much of whose equipment initially came from captured Nigerian supplies and which only later was able to procure relatively small quantities of arms from outside.
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The background is therefore very complex and it remains far from clear cut as to where the ‘blame’ lay for the failure of peaceful negotiations and the resort to war. It does appear, however, that the FMG did go back on its agreement at Aburi on the extent of regional autonomy it was prepared to offer the easterners. Before they began to back the FMG unequivocally once war began, British officials had previously recognised the legitimacy of some of Ojukwu’s claims. The High British Commissioner in Lagos, Sir Francis Approaching-Bruce, had told Gowon in November 1966, for example, that the September 1966 massacres of the Ibos in the north ‘changed the relationship between the regions and made it impossible for eastern Nigerians to associate with northerners on the same basis as in the past’. The issue was one of basic ‘law and order and physical safety throughout the federation’. He told Gowon that the FMG had to go ‘a considerable distance to meet the views of Colonel Ojukwu’.
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Then there was the wider question of whether it was legitimate for a region to secede and whether Biafra should have been allowed to establish its independence. Again, a lot of complex issues are involved. British officials feared that if Biafra were to secede many other regions in Africa would too, threatening ‘stability’ across the whole of the continent. Most of the great powers, including the US and Soviet Union, shared this view largely for the same reason.

Yet there appears to be no reason why Biafra, with its 15 million people, could not have established a viable, independent state. Biafrans argued that they were a people with a distinctive language and culture, that they were Christian as opposed to the Muslim communities lumped into the Nigeria federal state, which had, after all, been a colonial creation. In fact, Biafra was also one of the most developed regions in Africa with a high density of roads, schools, hospitals and factories. The struggle for an independent state certainly appeared to have the support of the majority of Biafrans, whose sense of nationhood deepened throughout the war as enormous sacrifices were made to contribute to the war effort.

https://www.nairaland.com/2221652/b-formerly-secret-files-nigerian

https://www.nairaland.com/2221675/c-formerly-secret-files-nigerian

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By the interview conducted on Retired Lt. Fola Oyewole, 77, a Nigerian Military Officer of the Yoruba stock, fought on the side of Biafra during the ncivil war, the following lies were exposed:

Ojukwu was kind enough to give safe passage to Northerners and others to join the federal side while Easterners were being slaughtered in the North.

1.) The lie that it was an Igbo coup 

2.) The lie about soldiers starving civilian; it was civilians fed the Biafran troops.

The lies of Unemes and their Yoruba counterparts can't survive for long; they die as soon as they rear their ugly heads.

https://www.nairaland.com/2854914/why-fought-side-ojukwu-biafra

Retired Lt. Fola Oyewole, 77, a Nigerian Military Officer of the Yoruba stock, fought on the side of Biafra during the ncivil war. Before then, he was, because of the first coup 50 years ago, imprisoned in Lagos and in the Enugu but was released by Lt Col Ojukwu.

He wrote his own war account too, entitled “The Reluctant Rebel”, which joined other civil war narratives like ‘The Biafra Story’ (1969) by Frederick Forsyth, ‘Why We Struck’ (1981) by Adewale Ademoyega, ‘Sunset In Biafra’ (1975) by Elechi Amadi, ‘The Nigerian Revolution And the Biafran War’ (1980) by Alexander Madiebo among others.

In this interview with Ademola Adegbamigbe and Femi Anjorin (Idowu Ogunleye snapped the photos), the retired army officer narrated what happened during the first coup, his participation in it and why he, despite being Yoruba, fought on the side of Biafra like other non Igbo officers like Lt Col. Victor Banjo, Major Wale Ademoyega and others.

Q: In what area did you take part in that coup?

A: Arrest, seize facility and others…


Q: You were at a point, according to your book, with Captain Adeleke, another Yoruba soldier, who was he?

A: He was a colleague. He is the one who said he wanted to consult the family and we were friends, we both worked in Apapa before the crisis.

Q: I want you to describe what happened to other Yoruba people or non Igbo who fought on the Biafran side – Lt Col. Victor Banjo, Major Wale Ademoyega, then Major Kaduna Nzeogwu an Igbo from Opanam in Delta?

A: They were detained like myself, and Nzeogwu was detained, that was a common factor.


Q: In the book, you applaud Ojukwu’s performance in Aburi, explain to us what actually happened because there is this argument that he bamboozled Gowon

A: If you listen to the Aburi accord or the proceedings as a whole, you will duff your cap for Ojukwu whether he is a villain or whatever you want to call him, call him. He really dictated the pace of the discussion, he was prepared for it, he kind of put together all the things and if you listen, the moment he started talking, others kept quiet and when he finished, they will say ok ok ok. To give you a full grasp of what the theme was, you need to read the comment of the super perm sec who led us to were we are today.

Q: Was it Philip Asiodu?

A: The group – Asiodu, and the rest. Their recommendations, what they brought back from Aburi was agreed to be implemented but when they came here they tore it into pieces/.

Q: Ok, was after the agreement was signed in Aburi? They came back to Nigeria….

A: To put it in whatsoever you can say political implementation. They desired to analyse it, it was an agreement not suggestion, that’s where our problem sort of started.

If you listen to the Aburi accord or the proceedings as a whole, you will duff your cap for Ojukwu whether he is a villain or whatever you want to call him, call him. He really dictated the pace of the discussion, he was prepared for it, he kind of put together all the things and if you listen, the moment he started talking, others kept quiet and when he finished, they will say ok ok ok. To give you a full grasp of what the theme was, you need to read the comment of the super perm sec who led us to were we are today.
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by dragonking2: 3:10pm On Jun 10, 2016
Expensivewarrio:
Well, when one refuses to see beyond its nose, think of the future and not present and apply common sense, regret is always the result afterwards. Had these people seen what Ojukwu saw pre 1966 they will not be in this pitiable and pathetic condition.
They would've apply that saying; "the devil(Ig.bos) u know is better than the angel(Nigeria) u don't know.
Must you guys always bring biafra issue here.. .We are fighting for nigerdelta simply carry out your own on another thread

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by MoneyGreen(m): 3:13pm On Jun 10, 2016
Wow! As a Abokii from Kano I feel this statement like crazy.
I call on Mr President to act right, give them what they want..

Signed: Moneygreen
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by dragonking2: 3:13pm On Jun 10, 2016
Vessi:


Igbo boy bearing Ibibio name undecided
Dont mind them.. They use other tribes name to spread hate

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Koolking(m): 3:16pm On Jun 10, 2016
Deadlytruth:


I call upon the Ogoni people, the peoples of the Niger delta, and the oppressed ethnic minorities of Nigeria to stand up now and fight fearlessly and peacefully for their rights. History is on their side. God is on their side.

http://www.hartford-hwp.com/archives/34a/020.html

The Reason faceless cowards called Niger Delta Avengers can never win. Violence will always beget violence. Peace begets peace. Saro-Wiwa's peaceful activism helped escalated the plight of Niger Delta Regions to International perspective in a positive way. But MEND, Avengers destroyed public goodwill and sympathy by their criminal activities. Let see how far they can go. Militants before them tried but achieved nothing at the end but aggravated impoverishment of the communities in the region. Lesson has not been learnt.
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by dragonking2: 3:17pm On Jun 10, 2016
Deadlytruth:


Igbos invented "One Nigeria" and worked to defend it at a time it was clear that Nigeria was not one and could never become one.
Ojukwu did not see anything. He was an enemy of the Niger Delta because it was he who crushed the very first attempt the Niger Delta made to pull out of "One-Nigeria". Ojukwu was still loving one Nigeria and was ready to crush anyone whose activities threatened the survival of "One-Nigeria". Ojukwu even so loved "One-Nigeria" that he twice sent back to the North his own fellow Igbos who managed to escape to Enugu from the 1966 pogroms in the North. Ojukwu himself confessed he did that because he was genuinely convinced initially that Gowon was on a reconciliatory mission. A person who was still hoping to reconcile with a system that had already killed thousands of his own people. And you call such a person a seer of the future? Why could Ojukwu and Ironsi not declare Biafra while they were still in power and calling the shots?
Isaac Boro and Niger Deltans had already woken up before Ojukwu and Biafrans later painfully realized it was daybreak.
Dont mind them... The igbos are the reason why it is difficult for a region to pull out of Nigeria because they were enjoying power then.. Now they are forming as if ojukwu was the first to want out.. .Mtchhhhww

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by 63xtr63r: 3:18pm On Jun 10, 2016
dragonking2:
Dont mind them.. They use other tribes name to spread hate

Yes o, these are the same hypocrites who make careers out of lies, falsehood, noise-making, propaganda, abuse and slurs. They are currently running amok on every media page, on pay-per-post basis, with anti-Biafr* slogans to attempt to quench the raging IPOB tsunami movement.

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by ripbubu: 3:19pm On Jun 10, 2016
Deadlytruth:




http://www.hartford-hwp.com/archives/34a/020.html
WE WILL NOT FORGET WE WILL NOT FORGIVE OUR TIME WILL COME
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by iboboyswag(m): 3:22pm On Jun 10, 2016
Deadlytruth:


Igbos invented "One Nigeria" and worked to defend it at a time it was clear that Nigeria was not one and could never become one.
Ojukwu did not see anything. He was an enemy of the Niger Delta because it was he who crushed the very first attempt the Niger Delta made to pull out of "One-Nigeria". Ojukwu was still loving one Nigeria and was ready to crush anyone whose activities threatened the survival of "One-Nigeria". Ojukwu even so loved "One-Nigeria" that he twice sent back to the North his own fellow Igbos who managed to escape to Enugu from the 1966 pogroms in the North. Ojukwu himself confessed he did that because he was genuinely convinced initially that Gowon was on a reconciliatory mission. A person who was still hoping to reconcile with a system that had already killed thousands of his own people. And you call such a person a seer of the future? Why could Ojukwu and Ironsi not declare Biafra while they were still in power and calling the shots?
Isaac Boro and Niger Deltans had already woken up before Ojukwu and Biafrans later painfully realized it was daybreak.


Your report is quite pathetic.... A shame at re-writing history.

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by iboboyswag(m): 3:23pm On Jun 10, 2016
Deadlytruth:


Igbos invented "One Nigeria" and worked to defend it at a time it was clear that Nigeria was not one and could never become one.
Ojukwu did not see anything. He was an enemy of the Niger Delta because it was he who crushed the very first attempt the Niger Delta made to pull out of "One-Nigeria". Ojukwu was still loving one Nigeria and was ready to crush anyone whose activities threatened the survival of "One-Nigeria". Ojukwu even so loved "One-Nigeria" that he twice sent back to the North his own fellow Igbos who managed to escape to Enugu from the 1966 pogroms in the North. Ojukwu himself confessed he did that because he was genuinely convinced initially that Gowon was on a reconciliatory mission. A person who was still hoping to reconcile with a system that had already killed thousands of his own people. And you call such a person a seer of the future? Why could Ojukwu and Ironsi not declare Biafra while they were still in power and calling the shots?
Isaac Boro and Niger Deltans had already woken up before Ojukwu and Biafrans later painfully realized it was daybreak.


Your report is quite pathetic.... A shame at re-writing history. Ogoni good morning!!!

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Amberon11: 3:23pm On Jun 10, 2016
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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by skywalker001(m): 3:25pm On Jun 10, 2016
400billionman:
Martin Lutherking of Niger Delta. grin

[s]I'm i right ? Am I right ?
got it ?
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by iboboyswag(m): 3:25pm On Jun 10, 2016
dragonking2:
Must you guys always bring biafra issue here.. .We are fighting for nigerdelta simply carry out your own on another thread

Fight on my son... Fight on. Vahalla is waiting for you!!
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by ripbubu: 3:26pm On Jun 10, 2016
Viktor1983:
Touching..
It's so easy to hate this country..
grin grin grin grin grin ,,, ONE apc GUY IN MY PLACE IS AWAYS crying of lite and that he cant get dollar to do tins with ,, i always laugh him any time i see him ,,, APC how far ,, 1 naira = 1 dollar hhhahahaha cheesy cheesy

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Obidikejr(m): 3:29pm On Jun 10, 2016
Deadlytruth:


Igbos invented "One Nigeria" and worked to defend it at a time it was clear that Nigeria was not one and could never become one.
Ojukwu did not see anything. He was an enemy of the Niger Delta because it was he who crushed the very first attempt the Niger Delta made to pull out of "One-Nigeria". Ojukwu was still loving one Nigeria and was ready to crush anyone whose activities threatened the survival of "One-Nigeria". Ojukwu even so loved "One-Nigeria" that he twice sent back to the North his own fellow Igbos who managed to escape to Enugu from the 1966 pogroms in the North.
my God! How Can Someone Speak So IgnorantlY. you, born of another tribe want to tell me the history of my own people?. this thread was for KEN SARO WIWA, & now u'v turnd it tribalistic. smh leaders of tomorrow my blackass.
besides The british, specifically frederick lord lugard invented this deception called one Nigeria. get your facts straight first and stop commentin out of spite.

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by dragonking2: 3:29pm On Jun 10, 2016
63xtr63r:


Yes o, these are the same hypocrites who make careers out of lies, falsehood, noise-making, propaganda, abuse and slurs. They are currently running amok on every media page, on pay-per-post basis, with anti-Biafr* slogans to attempt to quench the raging IPOB tsunami movement.
If you want to talk about ipob why do it hiding under another tribe name...You don't build biafra out of deceit

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Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Henrichemeka(m): 3:29pm On Jun 10, 2016
History has remembered you, Saro wiwa. Rest in Peace!
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by Ajanacool(m): 3:30pm On Jun 10, 2016
Vessi:

Igbo boy bearing Ibibio name undecided
I think its a girl's name sef
Re: The Last Statement Of Ken Saro Wiwa At The Military Tribunal On May 21 1995. by giftedben: 3:30pm On Jun 10, 2016
Deadlytruth:


Igbos invented "One Nigeria" and worked to defend it at a time it was clear that Nigeria was not one and could never become one.
Ojukwu did not see anything. He was an enemy of the Niger Delta because it was he who crushed the very first attempt the Niger Delta made to pull out of "One-Nigeria". Ojukwu was still loving one Nigeria and was ready to crush anyone whose activities threatened the survival of "One-Nigeria". Ojukwu even so loved "One-Nigeria" that he twice sent back to the North his own fellow Igbos who managed to escape to Enugu from the 1966 pogroms in the North. Ojukwu himself confessed he did that because he was genuinely convinced initially that Gowon was on a reconciliatory mission. A person who was still hoping to reconcile with a system that had already killed thousands of his own people. And you call such a person a seer of the future? Why could Ojukwu and Ironsi not declare Biafra while they were still in power and calling the shots?
Isaac Boro and Niger Deltans had already woken up before Ojukwu and Biafrans later painfully realized it was daybreak.

At the outbreak of the Nigerian Civil War, in June 1967, Boro was pardoned by the Head of State-Lt-Col. Yakubu Gowon. He later joined forces with the Federal troops. He was however betrayed and killed by a fake Commando from the West. Boro, fought for the cause he had once so bitterly opposed, that is the preservation of the Nigerian nation.

Ken Saro-Wiwa Hated His Friends (Igbo/Biafra/Ojukwu/Ijaw), Looked Up North, West For Friendship, Yet, They Killed Him

fear ndi Mba-mmiri they are betrayers.

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