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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by ELKHALIFAISIS(m): 11:12am On Mar 07
shadeyinka:

You certainly don't know history.
How old are you?

Children born in the 90s forming mouth
old enough to be your father cheesy grin tongue
Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Alariiwo: 11:13am On Mar 07
ALCOHOLKILLS:


as he lost the war, did it made Nigeria of today any better funny we are still together and experiencing APC sweet change while a Fulani man pilots the affairs of Nigeria. now imaging he won the war and you have your oduduwa, will afonja Nation be compared with Nigeria of today

tribalism have blindfolded most of you guys in this forum

I don't need Oduduwa republic from your Ojukwu or from you Igbos..

When the time is ripe, I will get Oduduwa republic and more without war or blood shed. A republic owned and controlled fully by Yorubas and not outsiders.

Yorubas never asked Ojukwu to start any war on their behalf. So stop trying to whip sentiments in your favor.

I'm 100 times smarter than you'll ever be.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by shadeyinka(m): 11:14am On Mar 07
ELKHALIFAISIS:
old enough to be your father cheesy grin tongue

Confused slowpoke!

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by eboreimepeter: 11:16am On Mar 07
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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Bane2020: 11:18am On Mar 07
Alariiwo:


They paid dearly for Victor Banjo's life they took..

Benjamin Adekunle the black scorpion went berserk on them, killing all their men, male children and anything worth killing before Obasanjo led the final push that ended the war.

Ojukwu on a norm would have been executed publicly by firing squad but the coward was afraid to die after sending over 3,000,000 of his people to their early graves.

I'm pretty sure there were some Igbo soldiers working for the North against their people then, just like we see them doing now.
It's on record that Banjo retreated from Ore with little or no opposition from the federal side that was pretty much in a dispirited retreat, his reasons for doing so are open to debate but let posterity be the better judge of history.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Paretomaster(m): 11:18am On Mar 07
Alariiwo:
I believe Victor Banjo was a victim of circumstance.. Ojukwu used him cos he was in an Eastern prison at that time.

What if he wasn't there? Biafra would have fallen even before the start of the war.

This should teach other Yorubas forming detribalized a lesson.

Aguyi Ironsi after a successful Igbo planned coup detained an innocent Yoruba man Victor Banjo (most likely cos he wasn't in support of their coup) but left others like Nzeogwu, the real killers alone.

The same Yoruba man was used by the Igbos to prosecute a war only to kill him later after Ojukwu felt threatened and probably got jealous of the fearless Yoruba warrior.


Thank God for gallant Yoruba soldiers like Benjamin Adekunle (may your rugged soul rest in perfect peace), Obasanjo and the others that stopped invading biafran soldiers at Ore.
They saved the Yoruba race from slavery to Igbos.

Only bastards from Yorubaland will champion any biafra course again, not with the level of division and hate the Easterners display towards other Nigerians.

Exactly, Banjo had no choice, haven't been freed by Ojukwu.... I believed he fought on his side as a show of appreciation....

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by ELKHALIFAISIS(m): 11:19am On Mar 07
shadeyinka:

Confused slowpoke!
piglet abeg gerrout of here

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Bane2020: 11:19am On Mar 07
Alariiwo:


They paid dearly for Victor Banjo's life they took..

Benjamin Adekunle the black scorpion went berserk on them, killing all their men, male children and anything worth killing before Obasanjo led the final push that ended the war.

Ojukwu on a norm would have been executed publicly by firing squad but the coward was afraid to die after sending over 3,000,000 of his people to their early graves.

I'm pretty sure there were some Igbo soldiers working for the North against their people then, just like we see them doing now.
LOL revisionist of history, typical of your ilks. Unfortunately these are the distortions and half truths you will feed to your children and co-gullibles... thus passing on the torch of ignorance... pick up a book on the Nigerian Civil War and read, I can recommend several unbiased accounts of the Midwest invasion that were authored by people who actually saw and experienced the war, of course I expect you to lash back at me with the usual ipob nonsense, but I can assure you that I'm not going to debase myself to that level.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Bane2020: 11:24am On Mar 07
Alariiwo:


I don't need Oduduwa republic from your Ojukwu or from you Igbos..

When the time is ripe, I will get Oduduwa republic and more without war or blood shed. A republic owned and controlled fully by Yorubas and not outsiders.

Yorubas never asked Ojukwu to start any war on their behalf. So stop trying to whip sentiments in your favor.

I'm 100 times smarter than you'll ever be.
You can't get oduduwa republic, forget it mate... That ship sailed long ago and you are stuck in this mess called Nigeria... so discard for delusions of sophistry or whatever belief system you got going for you.
Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by ALCOHOLKILLS(m): 11:24am On Mar 07
Alariiwo:


I don't need Oduduwa republic from your Ojukwu or from you Igbos..

When the time is ripe, I will get Oduduwa republic and more without war or blood shed. A republic owned and controlled fully by Yorubas and not outsiders.

Yorubas never asked Ojukwu to start any war on their behalf. So stop trying to whip sentiments in your favor.

I'm 100 times smarter than you'll ever be.

yet Awolowo agreed to declared oduduwa republic, just for him to cowardly back out secretly thereby betraying ojukwu and you are here claiming you don't need oduduwa. keep deceiving yourself. lemme even see who will give you oduduwa grin , maybe is that coward hiding at UK and talking about nuclear bomb cheesy


meanwhile, what have you and your afonja brothers achieved with your imaginary smartness grin cheesy

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by DadaStephen1(m): 11:26am On Mar 07
Igbos,
Hmmmm.

In Nigeria,
The people with the best hands are the Igbos
The people with the best brains are the Yorubas
The people with best mindset are the Hausas
The people with the worst mindset are the igbos.

No matter what a man has or can become, as long as he has a poor mindset, you can as well forget him.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by maasoap(m): 11:37am On Mar 07
HIGHESTPOPORI:
Ojukwu trusted banjo and like a typical afonja, he betrayed him
Everyone betrays Ibos. Only Ibos don't betray Ibos even when the leader escaped in woman skirt. Lol.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Paretomaster(m): 11:41am On Mar 07
humilitypays:
my brother its not true, Ojukwu did not just wake up and declare Biafra, something prompted that declaration.

If we had courageous and brave soldiers and men today in Benue and other regions like southeast, do you think what's happening now is not enough reason to break away from this wicked nation ruled by heartless people only concerned about the welfare of their tribe

Major Okar saw this too and tried to end it via coup during IBB era but he failed.

What led to the declaration of Biafra is the 1966 pogrom not Ojukwu's selfish interest as non-Igbos believe.

Google: "1966 pogrom" and read, you will shed tears. Igbos (comprising of both Igbos and today Niger Delta) were about to be wiped out by Hausa-Fulani, Idoma, Plateau, Biron, Boro, etc (all northern states) and the then northern born Military head of state Gowon refused to stop the massacre of Igbos in the north, Igbos were being persecuted everywhere in Nigeria then for no justifiable reason, Ojukwu being the governor of Eastern region, summoned a meeting of all stakeholders in the then eastern region.

Professors, Kings, High chiefs, scholars, artisans, market women association, student union, religious leaders and they unanimously agreed to break away from Nigeria as a way of stopping the unnecessary killing of Igbos and other tribes in the eastern region by the northerners backed by the then Gowon led military government.

So Ojukwu didn't wake up to declare Biafra out of his own interest, it was in the interest of people of the Eastern Nigeria then.

Pls shut up!!! How did d pogrom start?......


"And following
the coup, the Igbo in the North became too celebrative;
dancing and singing to a Rex Lawson song and telling
their Hausa neighbors that the bleating of a goat in the
song was Ahmadu Bello (the most important Hausa/
Fulani leader) howling like a goat as he was being killed
by Major Nzeogwu. It was the discriminatory killings and
gratuitous mockery of the memory of their most important
leader, amongst other reasons, that set the stage for the
July 1966 anti-Igbo coup and the attendant anti-Igbo riots"


Simply put, the Igbos incite the violence that befell them...

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Onijagidijagan(m): 11:48am On Mar 07
Baroba:
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Marginalise indeed, as If you are doing better than them, keep marginalising, na wretchedness go kill you.. Ewu hard policy.. cool
You people are only doing better than us on your lands because Yoruba people are not there.
There is no way an Igbo man can best a Yoruba man in anything be it...

Business

Entertainment

Religion

Development

Revenue

Political

All d few Igbo's doing well passed through the west. and are monitoring yorubas successes closely like a monitoring spirit but d question is, can anything good come from the east dat will favour Nigerians?Answer is No

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by maasoap(m): 11:49am On Mar 07
fubbyy:
I'm a mighty fool for thinking we abandoned him, he fought a good fight and we will never forget him for that, he's the reason we know our root which we are fighting for and will definitely conquer
As for your information, he died a legend and was buried a legend, foolish idiot
Of course, you did. His kinsmen did not only abandon him but also disgraced him by not considering him a worthy person to represent them in the NA. Not only his tribesmen abandoned him, his family also abandoned him. He died in a pitiable circumstances. The internet doesn't forget and doesn't lie. Just try and google the keywords.
Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Paretomaster(m): 11:50am On Mar 07
humilitypays:
You don't really know the meaning of coward bro!

Igbos against all odds, without any preparation fought against all the Nigerian tribes + Britain + Russia + Egypt + other British allies for 2 and half years, and even marched close to the then Nigerian capital Lagos before they retreated which was why Col. Banjo and Ifeajuna were executed for retreating and not taking over Lagos as planned by Biafran commanders.

No other tribe in Nigeria can dare this feat.....this is why Hausa/Fulani fear Igbos a lot...they know what Igbos can do when worst comes to worst.....Fulani herdsmen are just forming James Bond by sneaking in the middle of the night when unarmed children and women are sleeping and murder them and form strong people....let them formally declare war and watch if they won't be wiped out under 1 week!

Boko Haram, Fulani Herdsmen and all other militant groups are all cowards...they target unarmed people and they fight and run the ragtag way....they can't stand full war....if they disagree let them formally declare war and see how it goes.

Let there be a former war declaration so all Igbo men and women will stop their business and know that war has come, then you will see the full wrath and power of the Igbo nation.

Nigerian soldiers killing unarmed IPOB members who are mostly vulnerable youths without any ammunition does not show brevity on the side of the Nigerian army, declare war and watch who will win and who will loose....only Igbos fought against all other Nigerian tribes in 1966 and held the war for over 2yrs, that was then o, imagine now, I pity you sha.

Don't ever call Igbos cowards in your life again if you don't know what cowards mean, look at FULANI HERDSMEN that kill only unarmed children and women at midnight when they are sleeping and they do it and run away, those are the REAL COWARDS!


Will u shut up dia!!!! Fight who, and who, ?

Most part of Nigeria only heard of the war on radio, Just d sight of Few Fulani herdsmen, or d sound of a busted tire, you run, with ur heel hitting the back of your head....

The same greediness exhibited by your forefathers will continue to haunt you.... After occupying sensitivitve positions, even in the North, yet you want more, making you to come up with that selective coup...

Other tribes are wiser now, sit your lazy a**es down there looking for unholy alliances or for the Presidency to be handed over to you like a plate of abasha....

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Ahmedhussain3463: 11:53am On Mar 07
NaijaMutant:
The only Yoruba who fought and died for a worthy cause undecided

Unlike his brother who was released from Calabar prison to fight the same cause but chickened out when he was promised the VP position by those who earlier imprisoned him.


Col. Victor Banjo a beloved Biafran soldier continue to rest in peace.
but ojukwu killed him despite his martyrdom for the actualization of biafra country.
Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by MonPro: 11:54am On Mar 07
emmachukwu99:
Ojukwu ordering his firing is what am yet to comprehend.., following the fact they were friends and defended the same Biafra. The point OP gave here is not so clear to me.


Read the truth from my previous post. No revisionist will tell you the truth.


Banjo and Ifeajuna cut a deal with the federals to go back and kill Ojukwu in exchange for safety. Instead of progessing to lagos which they had all means, they took the easy way out, and turn back. There was little or no resistance at Ore as against the lies peddled by the revisionists and anti-historian scoundrels. If there was, Banjo or Ifeajuna would have died fighting. Soldiers of those days (especially Biafrans) fight to the last man. That was the principle. Nzeogwu himself died fighting in Biafraland.

They simple cut a deal with Gowon and awolowo to kill Ojukwu and bring his head but it backfired and they had to pay with their lives. If Achuzie had led that troop, Lagos would have fallen within few days.

Throughout the course of the war. Patriots like Achuzie never retreated in battle, you cut him in he cuts you out. Always ready for ambush.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Guestlander: 11:57am On Mar 07
ALCOHOLKILLS:


yet Awolowo agreed to declared oduduwa republic, just for him to cowardly back out secretly thereby betraying ojukwu and you are here claiming you don't need oduduwa. keep deceiving yourself. lemme even see who will give you oduduwa grin , maybe is that coward hiding at UK and talking about nuclear bomb cheesy


meanwhile, what have you and your afonja brothers achieved with your imaginary smartness grin cheesy

Awolowo, a civilian told a colonel who graduated from sandhurst to start a war armed with machetes and clubs?
Awo must have been like a god to him. Of course your story is all bullcrap.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Alimiyemi(m): 11:59am On Mar 07
But was betrayed by d same pple he's fightin for cos dey doubt his trust, that's wat we called war... each n evryone of them has his own fault.
NaijaMutant:
The only Yoruba who fought and died for a worthy cause undecided

Unlike his brother who was released from Calabar prison to fight the same cause but chickened out when he was promised the VP position by those who earlier imprisoned him.


Col. Victor Banjo a beloved Biafran soldier continue to rest in peace.
Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Guestlander: 12:00pm On Mar 07
MonPro:



Read the truth from my previous post. No revisionist will tell you the truth.


Banjo and Ifeajuna cut a deal with the federals to go back and kill Ojukwu in exchange for safety. Instead of progessing to lagos which they had all means, they took the easy way out, and turn back. There was little or no resistance at Ore as against the lies peddled by the revisionists and anti-historian scoundrels. If there was, Banjo or Ifeajuna would have died fighting. Soldiers of those days (especially Biafrans) fight to the last man. That was the principle. Nzeogwu himself died fighting in Biafraland.

They simple cut a deal with Gowon and awolowo to kill Ojukwu and bring his head but it backfired and they had to pay with their lives. If Achuzie had led that troop, Lagos would have fallen within few days.

Throughout the course of the war. Patriots like Achuzie never retreated in battle, you cut him in he cuts you out. Always ready for ambush.

This is more than ridiculous.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Paretomaster(m): 12:00pm On Mar 07
Bane2020:

It's on record that Banjo retreated from Ore with little or no opposition from the federal side that was pretty much in a dispirited retreat, his reasons for doing so are open to debate but let posterity be the better judge of history.

Ewoooooo!!!

Banjo retreated from Óré with little or no resistance.... ?

I think the government need to re-introduce history back to our schools.

The Clash at Ore was well documented..... Pls go, and read more.... Ija órè, Óre leku ....

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by MonPro: 12:03pm On Mar 07
Guestlander:

This is more than ridiculous.
The truth is usually ridiculous to revisionists.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by maasoap(m): 12:03pm On Mar 07
humilitypays:
my brother its not true, Ojukwu did not just wake up and declare Biafra, something prompted that declaration.

If we had courageous and brave soldiers and men today in Benue and other regions like southeast, do you think what's happening now is not enough reason to break away from this wicked nation ruled by heartless people only concerned about the welfare of their tribe

Major Okar saw this too and tried to end it via coup during IBB era but he failed.

What led to the declaration of Biafra is the 1966 pogrom not Ojukwu's selfish interest as non-Igbos believe.

Google: "1966 pogrom" and read, you will shed tears. Igbos (comprising of both Igbos and today Niger Delta) were about to be wiped out by Hausa-Fulani, Idoma, Plateau, Biron, Boro, etc (all northern states) and the then northern born Military head of state Gowon refused to stop the massacre of Igbos in the north, Igbos were being persecuted everywhere in Nigeria then for no justifiable reason, Ojukwu being the governor of Eastern region, summoned a meeting of all stakeholders in the then eastern region.

Professors, Kings, High chiefs, scholars, artisans, market women association, student union, religious leaders and they unanimously agreed to break away from Nigeria as a way of stopping the unnecessary killing of Igbos and other tribes in the eastern region by the northerners backed by the then Gowon led military government.

So Ojukwu didn't wake up to declare Biafra out of his own interest, it was in the interest of people of the Eastern Nigeria then.
Some things happened before the pogrom. The killings of the leaders from the north and south west by soldiers of Eastern origin and sparing of lives of the leaders from the eastern region.
Two, the taunting that followed the killings of northern leaders and the failure to punish the coup plotters and killers.
Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Paretomaster(m): 12:04pm On Mar 07
Bane2020:

You can't get oduduwa republic, forget it mate... That ship sailed long ago and you are stuck in this mess called Nigeria... so discard for delusions of sophistry or whatever belief system you got going for you.

Ogah, is it your republic?

Why are you so concern about other peoples wahala, when u have ur own plate full already.....

Unity beggar.....

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Awoofawo(m): 12:04pm On Mar 07
NaijaMutant:
The only Yoruba who fought and died for a worthy cause undecided

Unlike his brother who was released from Calabar prison to fight the same cause but chickened out when he was promised the VP position by those who earlier imprisoned him.


Col. Victor Banjo a beloved Biafrahn soldier continue to rest in peace.

A beloved Biafrian killed by your beloved Biafrian Leader....... Your Brain don loss screw

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by socialmerchant: 12:06pm On Mar 07
Alariiwo:


The only biafra offensive against Nigeria was led by Victor Banjo a Yoruba man.

Ojukwu hid in his bunker all through but later ran off to Abidjan with his family when there was no Banjo or any Yoruba man to protect him.

That is the reason you see them begging for Southern unity here and there.
Any endeavour of theirs is useless without the Yoruba touch.

But we will never forget what they did to Victor Banjo. True omoluabis are more vigilant now than ever.

I can understand you are furious with this tribe, but you cannot entirely blame the new generation; they were trained to believe a certain tribe betrayed them and is responsible for their woes. Move over Victor Banjo, Adekunle Fajuyi is another notable name they won't tell them about.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by MonPro: 12:09pm On Mar 07
Paretomaster:


Ewoooooo!!!

Banjo retreated from Óré with little or no resistance.... ?

I think the government need to re-introduce history back to our schools.

The Clash at Ore was well documented..... Pls go, and read more.... Ija órè, Óre leku ....

Of course documented in yoruba languange by yoruba revisionists in peak period of yoruba anti-Igbo revisionism. That period of revisionism is over. Truth ti take over.

Banjo cut a deal with awolowo backed by the federals during the war. This was documented by western journalists who wrote about the civil war. It was documented in British secret archives on the Biafra war which have now been decommissioned.

Go read up the book 'Biafra: Britain's shame' by Auberon Waugh and other foreign pressmen who wrote about the war.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by Gangster1ms: 12:12pm On Mar 07
Alariiwo:


They paid dearly for Victor Banjo's life they took..

Benjamin Adekunle the black scorpion went berserk on them, killing all their men, male children and anything worth killing before Obasanjo led the final push that ended the war.

Ojukwu on a norm would have been executed publicly by firing squad but the coward was afraid to die after sending over 3,000,000 of his people to their early graves.

I'm pretty sure there were some Igbo soldiers working for the North against their people then, just like we see them doing now.
Tribalism is deep inside ur blood.. u will die soon. All ur topics reeks of hatred for the igbos.. same with with ur posts. R.I.P in advance.

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Re: Victor Banjo, The Yoruba Biafran Soldier: What You Don't Know About The Lt. Col. by maasoap(m): 12:12pm On Mar 07
MonPro:
He was fingered as part of the Jan 15 coup plotters with his marxist ideology. Abokiis wanted his head on a plate, he ran to the East, the East took him as their own, protected him and fed him.

The East came under attack for protecting him and his comrades, a war was declared against the East, all men and young adults took up arms to defend the East. Banjo and Ifeajuna were commissioned to help dislodge the Abookis who had overrun yorubaland and were throwing bomb into Biafra using yorubaland (which should be neutral) as command and control centre since he himself was yoruba and will not be seen as an agressor. Ojukwu ordered that they modified the Biafran badge too in order to respect the soverignty of those whose lands they passed through enroute to lagos where bombs were being thrown into Biafra.

Awolowo the yoruba leader was playing double agent, pro-East in the day, pro-Abooki at night. His assurances lacked principles, his words were like smokes, they held no water and evaporated immediately the words came out of his mouth.

Banjo and Ifeajuna got to Ore where Awo (now a stooge of the abookis) met them, made a deal and assure them of their safety if they bring Ojukwu's head on a plate to abookis..Sacrilege!
They made a U-turn back to the East. The rest is history.
Are you writing a fiction?

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