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Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by stephanie11: 11:13am On Oct 14, 2017
A former governor of Anambra state, Dr Chukwuemeka Ezeife has appealed to Igbos not to allow or accept any form of medical treatment from the military.

Ezeife made the plea during an interview with Sun, saying that 'they should not allow themselves to be killed with syringes'. He said;

"Last week, I was in Anambra, a traditional ruler called me and told me that his people were called to come out on Wednesday for free medical treatment by the military. He asked me whether he should allow his people to come out for the exercise.

I told him, no, that if we could not stop them from killing with guns, we shouldn’t allow them to kill us with syringe. But on Wednesday, they went to schools in Anambra for the free medical treatment and everybody including school children were running helter-skelter, and parents were running to take back their children in the schools. I appeal to every parent in the Southeast to not allow their children to be treated by the soldiers. We are rich enough to treat our children.

We are grateful to the governor of Anambra State for approaching the military and advising them to stop the medical treatment of our people until we understand what they want to do.

The military should have gone to the minister of Education or the commissioner of Education or Commissioner of Health, and the governor before releasing the soldiers in a civilian population. Whether it was an intended good or evil, they approached it in a very wrong way."

He also accused the government of harbouring 'major hatred' for the Igbos, he said;

"God didn’t marginalise the Igbo, but all of us own the government. President Muhammadu Buhari, when he started to make appointments, appointed more than 40 persons without one of them coming from the Southeast.

Some people from the zone who occupied offices, as soon as Buhari came to power, they were dropped. This was done at NIMASA, where an Igbo was appointed, but he was removed. Today, when the National Security Council is meeting, there is no Southeastern person among them. The government of Buhari removed so many southern Christian officers in the army and all security agencies.

The Southeast persons dominate the list of persons removed from office by the Federal Government; the same Southeast person has no representative in the list of appointment.

Nigeria has six geo-political zones and six major political offices, namely: president, vice president, senate president, speaker of House of Representatives, chief justice and secretary to the government. The least of them is the secretary to the government, but not even that was given to the Southeast.

Major body language of the president shows hatred for the Igbo. The army massacred young men who were not carrying even sticks in Aba; they massacred other young men who were carrying Bible in remembrance of their members; they also massacred other young men who were jubilating in Port Harcourt that Donald Trump won the American election.

Python Dance by the army has not been held in Kaduna, Katsina, Kano, Northwest or Northeast, but not only are they occupying Southeast militarily, so many people have been killed, and more people have been used as tools for humiliation and dehumanization. You saw the videos, where some people were forced to drink mud water; others forced to swim in muddy water, and other forms of humiliation.

There are so many indications of hatred and marginalisation. Are you talking about infrastructure in the zone? The federal roads are not passable; the money spent by state governments on federal roads is not refunded them so that they would not have money to fix federal roads."

http://politicsngr.com/2017/10/14/igbos-not-accept-medical-treatment-military-ezeife/

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by DanseMacabre(m): 11:17am On Oct 14, 2017
I love men with the guts to speak out. It gives me hope that not everybody has sold out.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by aolawale025: 11:20am On Oct 14, 2017
Vaccination falls within the state and LG health care. If the army wants to help with humanitarian projects, they can deploy army engineers to build roads and bridges

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by magoo10(m): 11:22am On Oct 14, 2017
Thank God for leaders like Ezeife, the times are suspicious and dangerous moreover there is no reason to trust them.
This kind of love for people you calll "Terrorist" is baffling.
The idps and almajiris need the drugs most ,take it to them.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by Afriifa(m): 11:25am On Oct 14, 2017
they should take it to their infested territory....
I don't know if I am the only one reasoning this way but, just take a good at the situation. If Buhari himself could specifically direct the World Bank to focus on developing the Northern Nigeria then, I think it would be more appropriate if the Nigerian Military focuses on providing free medical care to the Northern Nigerians.

#Change Begins At Home.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by chiagozien(m): 11:31am On Oct 14, 2017
You have spoken well.we are rich enough to treat ourselves,i think the west and the north need it most.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by chiagozien(m): 11:35am On Oct 14, 2017
magoo10:
Exactly, the times are suspicious and dangerous moreover there is no reason to trust them.
This kind of love for people you calll "Terrorist" is baffling.
The idps and almajiris need them most .
somebody called you a terrorist yesterday then today he carry medicine come my brother no be this thing you go do..................

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by ngeneukwuewuGOAT: 11:38am On Oct 14, 2017
BUHARI will suffer for his atrocities towards Christians and the ipob

meanwhile, the useless Southeast governors should bury their useless head in shame. This statement by Ezeife is what we were expecting from them after the invasion by the muslim islamist army. but because of their greed , they joined the gworo chewing durlard to call their own terrorist.

Useless eastern governors

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by profolaolu: 11:43am On Oct 14, 2017
DanseMacabre:
I love men with the guts to speak out. It gives me hope that not everybody has sold out.
Where was he when KANU was talking

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by DanseMacabre(m): 11:49am On Oct 14, 2017
profolaolu:
Where was when kanu was talking
You say?

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by Iykmann(m): 11:51am On Oct 14, 2017
Ezeife always stands out

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by SirBlack999(m): 11:57am On Oct 14, 2017
I think the IDP camps need it most.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by SirBlack999(m): 12:00pm On Oct 14, 2017
profolaolu:
Where was when kanu was talking
You need a dictionary?

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by Prince081: 12:05pm On Oct 14, 2017
Well spoken sir. They should take their medical /military service to the idp camps. That is the last service the south Eastern Region want.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by kanayoNickel: 12:05pm On Oct 14, 2017
I concur.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by profolaolu: 12:05pm On Oct 14, 2017
SirBlack999:

You need a dictionary?
U need a comprehensive brain

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by Nobody: 12:08pm On Oct 14, 2017
God bless you sir. You have spoken our mind.
How I wished we had just ten igbo leaders of your kind.
Meanwhile, ara gbagbuo buhari.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by kanayoNickel: 12:26pm On Oct 14, 2017
DanseMacabre:
I love men with the guts to speak out. It gives me hope that not everybody has sold out.

I tells you.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by Malawian(m): 12:35pm On Oct 14, 2017
stephanie11:
A former governor of Anambra state, Dr Chukwuemeka Ezeife has appealed to Igbos not to allow or accept any form of medical treatment from the military.

Ezeife made the plea during an interview with Sun, saying that 'they should not allow themselves to be killed with syringes'. He said;

"Last week, I was in Anambra, a traditional ruler called me and told me that his people were called to come out on Wednesday for free medical treatment by the military. He asked me whether he should allow his people to come out for the exercise.

I told him, no, that if we could not stop them from killing with guns, we shouldn’t allow them to kill us with syringe. But on Wednesday, they went to schools in Anambra for the free medical treatment and everybody including school children were running helter-skelter, and parents were running to take back their children in the schools. I appeal to every parent in the Southeast to not allow their children to be treated by the soldiers. We are rich enough to treat our children.


Reminds me of NYSC Camp, While those Military guys were drilling us under the hot sun, some of us went to the hall and brought out plastic chairs to take a load off grin when those military guys saw us, they told us to bring the chairs and go and sit in the middle of the field so that we will act like we were officials, we mumuishly took the chairs and even balanced on it while others were learning their march past, they will even salute at us and we will mumuishly salute back. Our eyes cleared when they finished the drilling and every other corper was going back to the Hostels, they did not let us go!, infact, they drilled us for the next 3 hours there, we neither had lunch nor siesta that day. Trust those Army guys at you own peril. It is still the same strategy they used for Asaba Massacre when the locals came, wearing akwaocha, thinking they were dealing with reasonable people.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by SirBlack999(m): 12:49pm On Oct 14, 2017
profolaolu:
U need a comprehensive brain
I think you need both.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by EmekaMD(m): 1:01pm On Oct 14, 2017
The only panacea to Nigeria's long lasting crises is allowing Referendum for the people of Biafra. Let us once for a time experience tranquility in a country.
We can all have it better both sides.

Now the brew is sour and the glass is cracked, we can't pretend we're enjoying the wine...
...all in the name of one Nigeria?
This tupsy-tuvydom has to end.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by eagleeye2: 1:04pm On Oct 14, 2017
stephanie11:
A former governor of Anambra state, Dr Chukwuemeka Ezeife has appealed to Igbos not to allow or accept any form of medical treatment from the military.

Ezeife made the plea during an interview with Sun, saying that 'they should not allow themselves to be killed with syringes'. He said;









The military should have gone to the minister of Education or the commissioner of Education or Commissioner of Health, and the governor before releasing the soldiers in a civilian population. Whether it was an intended good or evil, they approached it in a very wrong way."










http://politicsngr.com/2017/10/14/igbos-not-accept-medical-treatment-military-ezeife/
cc: lalasticlala, mynd44
When I said it here that The N.A. didn't go through proper channels I was insulted.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by wordcat(m): 1:08pm On Oct 14, 2017
SE needs NO free vaccine from this government especially the one being carried out by the military.

NE needed it the most

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by Agimor(m): 1:20pm On Oct 14, 2017
Military vaccine from pit of hell. They should take their Python dance to Northern State where Bokoharam has stamped their foothold.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by deomelo: 1:25pm On Oct 14, 2017
Self destructive clowns denying themselves to make their hateful and bigoted points.


grin

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by deomelo: 1:32pm On Oct 14, 2017
chiagozien:
somebody called you a terrorist yesterday then today he carry medicine come my brother no be this thing you go do..................



ipob was labeled terrorists and not the entire ibo people, unless you are trying to make it known to us that all ibo people are ipobs.


Are all ibo people ipobs? Abeg help us confirm. grin grin

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by ipoblogic: 1:34pm On Oct 14, 2017
aolawale025:
Vaccination falls within the state and LG health care. If the army wants to help with humanitarian projects, they can deploy army engineers to build roads and bridges

We won't trust their bridges

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by ipoblogic: 1:39pm On Oct 14, 2017
deomelo:




ipob was labeled terrorists and not the entire ibo people, unless you are trying to make it known to us that all ibo people are ipobs.


Are all ibo people ipobs? Abeg help us confirm. grin grin

Tell me how you can differentiate the two.
For your info, the number of Igbo's who secretly support Nnamdi are far more than those who are open.

The rejection of the terrorists you call Nigerian Army should say something to you folks.

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by chiagozien(m): 1:41pm On Oct 14, 2017
deomelo:




ipob was labeled terrorists and not the entire ibo people, unless you are trying to make it known to us that all ibo people are ipobs.


Are all ibo people ipobs? Abeg help us confirm. grin grin
who are the ibo?

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Re: Igbos Should Not Accept Any Medical Treatment From The Military - Ezeife by IAMSASHY(f): 1:44pm On Oct 14, 2017
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