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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 2:29am On May 04
Igboid:


The Massacre of MASOB and IPOB members by Nigerian military and police for waving Biafran flag was justified by these evil people, until they went on their senseless SARS protest and got served by the same monsters they made.

Below is an example of pictures of minorities casualties from Biafran military wickedness.

I remember you asked me for pictures. Will you deny this too?







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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 2:35am On May 04
Iegendhero:


Below is an example of pictures of minorities casualties from Biafran military wickedness.

I remember you asked me for pictures. Will you deny this too?








Are you aware that Effiong Ojukwu second in command was from Ikot Ekpene?

Ikot Ekpene was laid siege to by Nigerian Army who committed war crimes in that town.
Infact one of the problems Ojukwu had with Effiong was that Ojukwu refused to deploy enough Biafran troops to defend Ikot Ekpene from falling.

I don't know where the picture you posted came from, but it isn't so far away from Nigerian propaganda backed by the British.

Any civilian massacre in Ikot Ekpene was done by the Nigerian Army.
Just as they were shooting at anything that was moving in Ph as boasted by Adekunkle, so were they doing in Ikot Ekpene.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 2:42am On May 04
Igboid:


You know we have asked for the evidence of Igbos circulating pamphlets of slain Northern leaders since 2007 on this NL.
You forerunners here couldn't provide it.

I also noticed that you lots don't bring up the "Ewu na-ebe Akwa blackmail too, after that one had been debunked, as we know the song came out years before Saraduna murder and that the artist who sang it, was an Ijaw man and not even Igbo.

The first image is the decree by Ironsi against the peddling of mockery news. It was borne out of the fact that the Ibos are mocking them in the North for the death of their tribesleader. Ironsi as wise as he is knows his kinsmen are setting themselves up for genocide with their thoughtless mannerism but it was too late to mend.

You are talking to Legendhero here, I don’t speak without having evidence to back my assertions.

The other picture is the rendering of the bread loaf and other pamphlets the igbos used in mocking the Northerners.

Even studying the Igbo with their current mannerism, every sane person will believe they can do this judging at their way of taking action before thinking.

Read Azikiwe statement supporting the fact that the Igbos mocked the Northerners in the attached text below.





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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 2:48am On May 04
Igboid:


Are you aware that Effiong Ojukwu second in command was from Ikot Ekpene?

Ikot Ekpene was laid siege to by Nigerian Army who committed war crimes in that town.
Infact one of the problems Ojukwu had with Effiong was that Ojukwu refused to deploy enough Biafran troops to defend Ikot Ekpene from falling.

I don't know where the picture you posted came from, but it isn't so far away from Nigerian propaganda backed by the British.

Any civilian massacre in Ikot Ekpene was done by the Nigerian Army.
Just as they were shooting at anything that was moving in Ph as boasted by Adekunkle, so were they doing in Ikot Ekpene.

I hope people on this thread can see the Igbo logic.

—I first uploaded a journal, he said it is not genuine because there is no images to back the assertion.

—Now I uploaded a picture, he again said it was a lie and that it was Nigerian army instead lol. Igbo logic!

You think I’m uploading these images to convince you?? Hell no, I’m doing this for sane minds to understand the true nature of both side in the war. To understand the lies of the Igbo man and his cunning way of appealing to pity while hiding his own wickedness.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 2:54am On May 04
Iegendhero:


I hope people on this thread can see the Igbo logic.

I first uploaded a journal, he said it is not genuine because there is no images to back the assertion.

Now I uploaded a picture, he again said it was a lie and that it was Nigerian army instead lol. Igbo logic!

You think I’m uploading these images to convince you?? Hell no, I’m doing this for sane minds to understand the true nature of both side in the war. To understand the lies of the Igbo man and his cunning way of appealing to pity while hiding his own wickedness.


Your picture is senseless.
Nigeria had their own propaganda too during the war, and part of it included such pictures you posted.
Most of those communities had to do and say whatever they are told to say to avoid similar thing like what happened to Isheagu happening to them, once their towns fell to federal troops.
I mean it's so worst that Igbo communities in Delta were denying their Igbo tag to avoid massacre.
Ikot Ekpene was under FG occupation when the picture you uploaded occurred, how do we verify the authenticity of the report?

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 2:55am On May 04
Igboid:


Your picture is senseless.
Nigeria had their own propaganda too during the war, and part of it included such pictures you posted.
Most of those communities had to do and say whatever they are told to say to avoid similar thing like what happened to Isheagu happening to them.
I mean it's so worst that Igbo communities in Delta were denying their Igbo tag to avoid massacre.
Ikot Ekpene was under FG occupation when the picture you uploaded occurred, how do we verify the authenticity of the report?

LOL!

Ibo Logic

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 3:00am On May 04
Iegendhero:


The first image is the decree by Ironsi against the peddling of mockery news. It was borne out of the fact that the Ibos are mocking them in the North for the death of their tribesleader. Ironsi as wise as he is knows his kinsmen are setting themselves up for genocide with their thoughtless mannerism but it was too late to mend.

You are talking to Legendhero here, I don’t speak without having evidence to back my assertions.

The other picture is the rendering of the bread loaf and other pamphlets the igbos used in mocking the Northerners.

Even studying the Igbo with their current mannerism, every sane person will believe they can do this judging at their way of taking action before thinking.

Read Azikiwe also supporting the fact that the Igbos mocked the Northerners in the attached text below.






No where in the decree was Ndiigbo mentioned, you are basically grasping at straws here.
Rex Lawson is not an Igbo man, he is Ijaw, and his song came out as a hit years before Saraduna Massacre. The song had nothing to do with the massacre.

The bread picture is ridiculous. So you went and Created a new bread paper in 2010 with modern colored printing press, just to justify your Igbo genocide?
You are desperate, that's for sure.
There is a thread on NL that bread paper was dissected, let me go fetch it.

Yeah, I found it: https://www.nairaland.com/2690144/mystery-1966-loaf-bread..north-distortion

The above is an exposure of the extent you lots will go to spread falsehoods against Ndiigbo to justify your genocide.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 3:01am On May 04
Iegendhero:


LOL!

Ibo Logic

What they say when cornered.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 3:04am On May 04
Igboid:


No where in the decree was Ndiigbo mentioned, you are basically grasping at straws here.
Rex Lawson is not an Igbo man, he is Ijaw, and his song came out as a hit years before Saraduna Massacre. The song had nothing to do with the massacre.

The bread picture is ridiculous. So you went and Created a new bread paper in 2010 with modern colored printing press, just to justify your Igbo genocide?
You are desperate, that's for sure.
There is a thread on NL that bread paper was dissected, let me go fetch it.

You should link time to event and stop trying to feign ignorance .

Ironsi made that decree during those period when the Igbos lost their mannerism in the North while celebrating the death of the likes of Saraduana.

Why will he mention Igbo in the decree? Don’t you see he states particularly in the Northern region in the decree?

I already said the loaf of bread is a rendering. If you understand English you will get what I meant.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 3:06am On May 04
Igboid:


What they say when cornered.

No it is because I have learnt not to waste my time defending evidence for an Ibo man. It’s a waste of time, I rather spend my time picking beans instead.

Below is a video of an annual celebration in the Kalabari Ijaw town of Abonnema to commemorate How Biafran Troops massacred and Evicted Ijaw people in many Ijaw towns like Abonnema and Bakana during the Nigeria Vs Biafra Civil War.

I hope you won’t say this is fake news too?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2f8tSrnWSY0

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 3:09am On May 04
Iegendhero:


You should link time to event and stop trying to feign ignorance .

Ironsi made that decree during those period when the Igbos lost their mannerism in the North while celebrating the death of the likes of Saraduana.

Why will he mention Igbo in the decree? Don’t you see he states particularly in the Northern region in the decree?

I already said the loaf of bread is a rendering. If you understand English you will get what I meant.


Ironsi made the decree because tension was high everywhere and people where making accusations and counter accusations against each other.

No where in that article was Igbos mentioned, and Lex Lawson is not Igbo, and his song Ewu na ebe kwa came out years before Nzeogwu led coup.

Yup! That's your propaganda up in flames!


And when we factor in the fact that some of you went on to create a bread paper in 21st century,to serve as evidence of Igbos taunting Northerners over Saraduna death, your dark minds even become more obvious and exposed.

https://www.nairaland.com/2690144/mystery-1966-loaf-bread..north-distortion

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 3:12am On May 04
Iegendhero:


No it is because I have learnt not to waste my time defending evidence for an Ibo man. It’s a waste of time, I rather spend my time picking beans instead.

Below is a video of an annual celebration in the Kalabari Ijaw town of Abonnema to commemorate How Biafran Troops massacred and Evicted Ijaw people in many Ijaw towns like Abonnema and Bakana during the Nigeria Vs Biafra Civil War.

I hope you won’t say this is fake news too?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2f8tSrnWSY0

I have been in Ijaw threads and Those of them honest to themselves would tell you that what happened in Ijawland was a mini civil war between Ijaws who were pro BIAFRA and those who were Pro Nigeria.
They fought among each other, and when the pro Nigeria group won, they decided to bury their hatchet and transfer the blame to Igbos.

Even Asari Dokubo admitted this.
What is shameful is that it took him coming to beg us to vote for GEJ for him to say the truth about that part of our shared history.

Let me go fetch Asari Dokubo quote on that.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 3:13am On May 04
Igboid:


Ironsi made the decree because tension was high everywhere and people where making accusations and counter accusations against each other.

No where in that article was Igbos mentioned, and Lex Lawson is not Igbo, and his song Ewu na ebe kwa came out years before Nzeogwu led coup.

Yup! That's your propaganda up in flames!


And when we factor in the fact that some of you went on to create a bread paper in 21st century,to serve as evidence of Igbos taunting Northerners over Saraduna death, your dark minds even become more obvious and exposed.

https://www.nairaland.com/2690144/mystery-1966-loaf-bread..north-distortion

Stop dwelling on the bread image itself which is already noted as rendering. That doesn’t stop the fact that what it tend to portray happened so stop dilly dallying.

I said in my intial mention that it is rendering and even showed you the Ironsi decree which was specifically targeted against the Northern region for the ethnic tension building up there due to the mannerism of ibos there.

I have seen this same explanation in New York Times archive about the Igbos mocking the North contributing to the genocide. I will upload the text here when I lay my hand on it.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 3:14am On May 04
Igboid:


I have been in Ijaw threads and Those of them honest to themselves would tell you that what happened in Ijawland was a mini civil war between Ijaws who were pro BIAFRA and those who were Pro Nigeria.
They fought among each other, and when the pro Nigeria group won, they decided to bury their hatchet and transfer the blame to Igbos.

Even Asari Dokubo admitted this.
What is shameful is that it took him coming to beg us to vote for GEJ for him to say the truth about that part of our shared history.

Let me go fetch Asari Dokubo quote on that.

Wahala dey o!

See me see trouble o. I even uploaded video and you deny again by giving rubbish logic.

Now you deny text, images, and video.

I’ll rather spend my time tending to a dog than wasting my time going round in circles.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 3:18am On May 04
Iegendhero:


Stop dwelling on the bread image itself which is already noted as rendering. That doesn’t stop the fact that what it tend to portray happened so stop dilly dallying.

I said in my intial mention that it is rendering and even showed you the Ironsi decree which was specifically targeted against the North for the ethnic tension building up there due to the mannerism of ibos there.

I have seen this same explanation in New York Times about the Igbos mocking the North contributing to the genocide. I will upload the text here when I lay my hand on it.


If you can go as far to forge a bread paper to tender as evidence of Igbos riling Northerners up, and was only bursted because you were not wise enough to know your printing era and history, who can tell the extent you can go to forge things to push your Igbophobic Agenda?
Why should anyone else take whatever else you post against Ndiigbo seriously?
How can we prove you and your cohorts are not making them up as well?

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 3:24am On May 04
Igboid:


If you can go as far to forge a bread paper to tender as evidence of Igbos riling Northerners up, and was only bursted because you were not wise enough to know your printing era and history, who can tell the extent you can go to forge things to push your Igbophobic Agenda?
Why should anyone else take whatever else you post against Ndiigbo seriously?
How can we prove you and your cohorts are not making them up as well?

Lol, lame tactics.

I specifically said in my first comment that it was a rendering. I am not stupid for calling it rendering, and I also attach the text in the comment.

Do you know the meaning of rendering? My integrity is intact coz I called that out specifically thinking am conversing with someone of nearly equal intellect who pay attention to discourse details.

Below is from the comment you quoted.

The other picture is the rendering of the bread loaf and other pamphlets the igbos used in mocking the Northerners.

Rendering according to the dictionary could mean:
Represent or depicts artistically.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 3:27am On May 04
Iegendhero:


Lol, lame tactics.

I specifically said in my first comment that it was a rendering. I am not stupid for calling it rendering, and I also attach the text in the comment.

Do you know the meaning of rendering? My integrity is intact coz I called that out specifically thinking am conversing with someone of nearly equal intellect who pay attention to discourse details.

Below is from the comment you quoted.



Rendering according to the dictionary could mean:
Represent or depicts artistically.

So it's now a rendering? grin Your forerunners who first presented that paper bread before they were busted never said it was a "rendering" , I can as well provide the old threads here on that.
They were pushing the agenda that it was the original. I wouldn't be surprised if you were part of them under different moniker. And now hiding behind "rendering" because you know you had been busted.

Okay, since you said it's a "rendering", baa damua! Can you now show us the original one? grin

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 3:41am On May 04
Igboid:


So it's now a rendering? grin Your forerunners who first presented that paper bread before they were busted never said it was a "rendering" , I can as well provide the old threads here on that.
They were pushing the agenda that it was the original. I wouldn't be surprised if you were part of them under different moniker. And now hiding behind "rendering" because you know you had been busted.

Okay, since you said it's a "rendering", baa damua! Can you now show us the original one? grin

Lol, I don’t need anyone to teach me what to say at my level of exposure and resources at my disposal.

I have my integrity intact, gave you the image of the decree by Ironsi against people circulating ethnically motivated mockery in the North, a text image from the book and the rendering of the said example of the mockery.

Mind you, there are several examples of those mockery that were circulated. One can’t deny all this self-evident truth when you look at the nature and mannerism of the Ibo man. So this is left for the outside party to decipher.

So far on this thread, I have been able to prove a lot.
—Gave texts from an author that sources his evidences from a university in the same Igbo land giving credence to the fact that the Biafran army massacred the minorities.

—A pictorial evidence showing the destruction by the Biafran forces against the ethnic minorities.

—A video of folks in Rivers state commemorating How Biafran Troops massacred and Evicted Ijaw people in many Ijaw towns like Abonnema and Bakana during the Nigeria Vs Biafra Civil War.

— The decree from Aguiyi Ironsi specifically directed toward the Northern region to stop the mockery by the Ibos in the region. That you can deny something like this that is common knowledge says a lot about you.

—An extract from a journal presenting the findings of the mockery by the Ibos and a rendering of some of the method deployed to aid the mockery.

To all this evidence I presented, you have denied everything saying it’s either fake news, wrong, jargons, and etc.

What we are doing is an academic exercise, people can see those that backed their argument with facts and references and those that just base their thinking on Ibo logic.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 3:49am On May 04
Iegendhero:


Lol, I don’t need anyone to teach me what to say at my level of exposure and resources at my disposal.

I have my integrity intact, gave you the image of the decree by Ironsi against people circulating ethnically motivated mockery in the North, a text image from the book and the rendering of the said example of the mockery.

Mind you, there are several examples of those mockery that were circulated. One can’t deny all this self-evident truth when you look at the nature and mannerism of the Ibo man. So this is left for the outside party to decipher.

So far on this thread, I have been able to prove a lot.
—Gave texts from an author that sources his evidences from a university in the same Igbo land giving credence to the fact that the Biafran army massacred the minorities.

—A pictorial evidence showing the destruction by the Biafran forces against the ethnic minorities.

—A video of folks in Rivers state commemorating How Biafran Troops massacred and Evicted Ijaw people in many Ijaw towns like Abonnema and Bakana during the Nigeria Vs Biafra Civil War.

— The decree from Aguiyi Ironsi specifically directed toward the Northern region to stop the mockery by the Ibos in the region. That you can deny something like this that is common knowledge says a lot about you.

—An extract from a journal presenting the findings of the mockery by the Ibos and a rendering of some of the method deployed to aid the mockery.

To all this evidence I presented, you have denied everything saying it’s either fake news, wrong, jargons, and etc.

What we are doing is an academic exercise, people can see those that backed their argument with facts and references and those that just base their thinking on Ibo logic.


- Texts that were very vague and did a good job not providing names of those killed , their villages, and the Biafran Commander or unit involved.

- A pictorial evidence that is contaminated and rendered with surival instincts kicking in , as Ikot Ekpene fell into the FG troops hand. Peeps had to do whatever it took to stay alive and FG had to use them to run their propaganda against Biafra.

- No where were Igbos mentioned in that decree. You are simply pulling that out of your ass. Your desperation is obviously palpable, Mr Fulani.

- A video made by a people who are suffering from pseudologia fantastica.
Let them provide names of people Biafrans massacred, their villages and the Biafran units involved.

All you have done so far was senselessly try to justify a genocide and failed woefully and pitifully.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 3:52am On May 04
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 .

-Asari Dokubo

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 3:57am On May 04
Igboid:


- Texts that were very vague and did a good job not providing names of those killed , their villages, and the Biafran Commander or unit involved.

- A pictorial evidence that is contaminated and rendered with surival instincts kicking in , as Ikot Ekpene fell into the FG troops hand. Peeps had to do whatever it took to stay alive and FG had to use them to run their propaganda against Biafra.

- No where were Igbos mentioned in that decree. You are simply pulling that out of your ass. Your desperation is obviously palpable, Mr Fulani.

- A video made by a people who are suffering from pseudologia fantastica.
Let them provide names of people Biafrans massacred, their villages and the Biafran units involved.

All you have done so far was senselessly try to justify a genocide and failed woefully and pitifully.

Hahahah lol. Now I’m even Fulani?

That is your new decoy of derailing the course of the thread?

So the Ijaw people in the video are suffering from pseudologia fantastica? Igbo logic!

So the pictorial evidence reeks of survival instinct? It is real but they did it because of survival instinct? I don’t even understand the Ibo logic here.

So why was the decree made then and why did he specifically directed it to the Northern region? Are the Northerners the one mocking themselves? How will he write Ibo on it? Even Buhari won’t specifically mentioned Ibo in the decree in that instance let alone Aguiyi Ironsi an Ibo man.

Xxxxx:
Do you know Azikiwe also gave credence to that assertion of Igbos mocking the Northerners in his book titled “The Origin of the Nigerian civil war”? Just 17pages sort of book.

When I get my hands on that actual book, I will scan it and upload this thread. The reference was mentioned in that text I uploaded but as a chronic denier that you are, you will need the actual hard copy of the book to believe.

Even when you have the hard copy, you might either say Azikiwe is an efulefu or he was pressured to write it at gunpoint.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 3:59am On May 04
Igboid:
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 .

-Asari Dokubo

The above explains what Happened in those Ijaw areas.
They had fierce civil war between pro Nigeria and pro Biafrans among them.
The pro Biafrans had upper hand initially and wielded it strong.
But when the region fell to FG forces, the pro Nigeria became strong and went for their own power grab.
The pro Biafra kings all fell to the sword or abdicated their thrones. The kingdom was disunited.
To reunite, they created a fallacy of Igbos coming to kill them, and exonerated their own brothers who were the pro Biafrans they were actually fighting with.
It's a narrative that brought peace to them, but at the expense of historical distortion.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 4:01am On May 04
Igboid:
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 .

-Asari Dokubo

Is this a rebuttal to the video?

Don’t tell me it is please coz even my bro 6year old boy won’t present this primary school rebuttal.

So you mean the numerous people celebrating below are stupid or what?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2f8tSrnWSY0

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 4:05am On May 04
Igboid:


The above explains what Happened in those Ijaw areas.
They had fierce civil war between pro Nigeria and pro Biafrans among them.
The pro Biafrans had upper hand initially and wielded it strong.
But when the region fell to FG forces, the pro Nigeria became strong and went for their own power grab.
The pro Biafra kings all fell to the sword or abdicated their thrones. The kingdom was disunited.
The reunite, they created a fallacy of Igbos coming to kill them, and exonerated their own brothers who were the pro Biafrans they were fighting with.
It's a narrative that brought peace to them, but at the expense of historical distortion.

You will do well with a career in comedy with this your lame approach.

These guys even carried speakers and mentioned that the Nigerian army was their liberators against the barbaric Biafran army that killed them mercilessly.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2f8tSrnWSY0

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 4:10am On May 04
Igboid:



I can see your alternative moniker Ofoigbo viewing the thread.

I recognize that moniker.
Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 4:12am On May 04
Iegendhero:


Hahahah lol. Now I’m even Fulani?

That is your new decoy of derailing the course of the thread?

So the Ijaw people in the video are suffering from pseudologia fantastica? Igbo logic!

So the pictorial evidence reeks of survival instinct? It is real but they did it because of survival instinct? I don’t even understand the Ibo logic here.

So why was the decree made then and why did he specifically directed it to the Northern region? Are the Northerners the one mocking themselves? How will he write Ibo on it? Even Buhari won’t specifically mentioned Ibo in the decree in that instance let alone Aguiyi Ironsi an Ibo man.

Xxxxx:
Do you know Azikiwe also gave credence to that assertion of Igbos mocking the Northerners in his book titled “The Origin of the Nigerian civil war”? Just 17pages sort of book.

When I get my hands on that actual book, I will scan it and upload this thread. The reference was mentioned in that text I uploaded but as a chronic denier that you are, you will need the actual hard copy of the book to believe.

Even when you have the hard copy, you might either say Azikiwe is an efulefu or he was pressured to write it at gunpoint.

- Yes!They know they are lying to themselves, but the lies are just too sweet than the bitter truth. So yeah.

- Of course you are a Fulani. Lol! You are not as hidden as you think you are.

- Yes! The kind of Carnage FG troops wrecked in captured territories in East and in Midwest is better told than felt.
It was in surival instincts mode that those Igbo communities in Delta started denying their Igbo identity, which has continued till today. It's a surival instinct. If helping Nigerian troops make videos and pics claiming that the atrocities they committed in Ikot Ekpene helped save that man and the remnant of his family, then it's a reasonable thing to do to stay alive.

- You are beating around the bush. You quote Jesus or Allalh if you like, but make sure that person shows me where Igbo is written in that edict. Because anything else would be subjective opinions.

On why it was directed towards the North, i wouldn't know.
Only Ironsi would know.

So far all evidence you have presented to prove Igbos taunting the Northerners all were busted.

- Ewu na ebe Akwa was composed by Igbos to mock Saraduna death. Turned out song was sang by an Ijaw man and was made years before Saraduna death. Propaganda epic failure.

-Igbos printed bread to mock Saraduna- Bursted since 2015, so they have resorted to saying it's a mere "rendition" , they can't provide the original because it doesn't exist. Another propaganda failure.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by OfoIgbo: 4:19am On May 04
Igboid:


The Massacre of MASOB and IPOB members by Nigerian military and police for waving Biafran flag was justified by these evil people, until they went on their senseless SARS protest and got served by the same monsters they made.

Thank God that today the monsters they made are now exiling them to Benin Republic also. So it is not just Igbos that are suffering.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 4:20am On May 04
Igboid:


- Yes!They know they are lying to themselves, but the lies are just too sweet than the bitter truth. So yeah.

- Of course you are a Fulani. Lol! You are not as hidden as you think you are.

- Yes! The kind of Carnage FG troops wrecked in captured territories in East and in Midwest is better told than felt.
It was in surival instincts mode that those Igbo communities in Delta started denying their Igbo identity, which has continued till today. It's a surival instinct. If helping Nigerian troops make videos and pics claiming that the atrocities they committed in Ikot Ekpene helped save that man and the remnant of his family, then it's a reasonable thing to do to stay alive.

- You are beating around the bush. You quote Jesus or Allalh if you like, but make sure that person shows me where Igbo is written in that edict. Because anything else would be subjective opinions.

On why it was directed towards the North, i wouldn't know.
Only Ironsi would know.

So far all evidence you have presented to prove Igbos taunting the Northerners all were busted.

- Ewu na ebe Akwa was composed by Igbos to mock Saraduna death. Turned out song was sang by an Ijaw man and was made years before Saraduna death. Propaganda epic failure.

-Igbos printed bread to mock Saraduna- Bursted since 2015, so they have resorted to saying it's a mere "rendition" , they can't provide the original because it doesn't exist. Another propaganda failure.



Are you not the same Ofoigbo? So I’m now Fulani?

Remember the time you were all around Nairaland trying to defame pa Awolowo and I had to beat you on your own thread such that you cried to the mods to delete your thread?

Remember? So now I’m Fulani lol?

You engaged me as a Yoruba that day but you must derail the thread today by using the “He is Fulani” tactics lol.


Iegendhero:


Lol, I don’t need anyone to teach me what to say at my level of exposure and resources at my disposal.

I have my integrity intact, gave you the image of the decree by Ironsi against people circulating ethnically motivated mockery in the North, a text image from the book and the rendering of the said example of the mockery.

Mind you, there are several examples of those mockery that were circulated. One can’t deny all this self-evident truth when you look at the nature and mannerism of the Ibo man. So this is left for the outside party to decipher.

So far on this thread, I have been able to prove a lot.
—Gave texts from an author that sources his evidences from a university in the same Igbo land giving credence to the fact that the Biafran army massacred the minorities.

—A pictorial evidence showing the destruction by the Biafran forces against the ethnic minorities.

—A video of folks in Rivers state commemorating How Biafran Troops massacred and Evicted Ijaw people in many Ijaw towns like Abonnema and Bakana during the Nigeria Vs Biafra Civil War.

— The decree from Aguiyi Ironsi specifically directed toward the Northern region to stop the mockery by the Ibos in the region. That you can deny something like this that is common knowledge says a lot about you.

—An extract from a journal presenting the findings of the mockery by the Ibos and a rendering of some of the method deployed to aid the mockery.

To all this evidence I presented, you have denied everything saying it’s either fake news, wrong, jargons, and etc.

What we are doing is an academic exercise, people can see those that backed their argument with facts and references and those that just base their thinking on Ibo logic.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 4:21am On May 04
OfoIgbo:


Thank God that today the monsters they made are now exiling them to Benin Republic also. So it is not just Igbos that are suffering.

At least Benin is still home to the Yorubas and they are back in their various houses in Yewa eating Amala and Ewedu.

Same cannot be said of the several people massacred by the Fulanis in Ebonyi recently. Last I heard, the dead don’t eat isi-ewu.

RIP to them tho, anyone killed by the terroristic Fulani herdsmen deserves a RIP.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 4:22am On May 04
Igboid:


The Massacre of MASOB and IPOB members by Nigerian military and police for waving Biafran flag was justified by these evil people, until they went on their senseless SARS protest and got served by the same monsters they made.

OfoIgbo:


Thank God that today the monsters they made are now exiling them to Benin Republic also. So it is not just Igbos that are suffering.

Lol you are now replying yourself hahahahaha.

See me see trouble o.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by OfoIgbo: 4:36am On May 04
Igboid:


Your picture is senseless.
Nigeria had their own propaganda too during the war, and part of it included such pictures you posted.
Most of those communities had to do and say whatever they are told to say to avoid similar thing like what happened to Isheagu happening to them, once their towns fell to federal troops.
I mean it's so worst that Igbo communities in Delta were denying their Igbo tag to avoid massacre.
Ikot Ekpene was under FG occupation when the picture you uploaded occurred, how do we verify the authenticity of the report?

Efiong was Ojukwus second in command.

Militarily he was the chief of general staff, which meant he was the boss of the chiefs of army staff, naval staff and airforce staff.

So they are trying to insinuate that Efiong, authorised the massacre of his people at Ikot-Ekpene.

NU Akpan was the secretary to the Biaf an government and also from the Akwacross area. He was just as powerful as Garba Shehu in this government. So these historical 419ners are trying to claim Akpan took part in the meetings where arrangements were made to massacre his people.

False propaganda has short legs. They can't walk far

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 4:40am On May 04
OfoIgbo:


Efiong was Ojukwus second in command.

Militarily he was the chief of general staff, which meant he was the boss of the chiefs of army staff, naval staff and airforce staff.

So they are trying to insinuate that Efiong, authorised the massacre of his people at Ikot-Ekpene.

NU Akpan was the secretary to the Biaf an government and also from the Akwacross area. He was just as powerful as Garba Shehu in this government. So these historical 419ners are trying to claim Akpan took part in the meetings where arrangements were made to massacre his people.

False propaganda has short legs. They can't walk far

Lol. Now you are resorting to Ibo logic.

Every evidence is a lie except the Ibo man logic.

What even amaze me is how you are replying your
Same self? Ofoigbo and igboid are one and same.

I love these Ijaw guys, if they had not provide a video evidence, Ofoigbo might have said the people are Yorubas masquerading as SS minorities.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2f8tSrnWSY0

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