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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by OfoIgbo: 3:23pm On May 04
Iegendhero:


Name the 3 million Ibo dead in the civil war and the unit that killed each of them.

If you can’t, then the killing of over 3 million Ibo is a propaganda manufactured by Ojuku against Nigeria government .

Ofoigbo do you support this my assertion?

First of all, accept responsibility and apologise profusely for the massacre of Isheagu people by Fulani, Yoruba and Benin troops, and I can list out the remaining millions.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 3:24pm On May 04
OfoIgbo:


First of all, accept responsibility and apologise profusely for the massacre of Isheagu people by Fulani, Yoruba and Benin troops, and I can list out the remaining millions.

I will accept responsibility after you accept responsibility for the Biafran military killing ethnic minorities in the civil war and causing them pain and agony.

I will immediately apologize after you do the same.

I’ll be on the lookout for the apology!

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by OfoIgbo: 4:13pm On May 04
Iegendhero:


I will accept responsibility after you accept responsibility for the Biafran military killing ethnic minorities in the civil war and causing them pain and agony.

I will immediately apologize after you do the same.

I’ll be on the lookout for the apology!

How can I accept responsibility for the bolded when you haven't offered any proof. The battalion responsible and the unit commander and the names of those massacred in Ikot-Ekpene. The Biafran chief of general staff's people.

Isheagu people already provided all these information, so it is now left for you accept responsibility for the Isheagu massacre, after which I will start supplying you with the names of the Biafrans massacred during the war by Fulani and Yoruba military men.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 4:27pm On May 04
OfoIgbo:


How can I accept responsibility for the bolded when you haven't offered any proof. The battalion responsible and the unit commander and the names of those massacred in Ikot-Ekpene. The Biafran chief of general staff's people.

Isheagu people already provided all these information, so it is now left for you accept responsibility for the Isheagu massacre, after which I will start supplying you with the names of the Biafrans massacred during the war by Fulani and Yoruba military men.

That is plain fake news.

The people of Isheagu were confused by Ojukwu in his numerous propaganda mechanism by lying that the Nigeria military killed them when in fact Ojukwu was the one that masterminded their death through the backdoor to pin it on the Nigerian army.

I will only accept responsibility if we can wake each of the victims and ask them to confirm if truly the people that shot them were Nigerian military.

Forget about the plaque and etc, anybody can attach the name of anyone to a piece of brick and say they were casualties of his enemies.

So until then, they should go and get their apology from Ojukwu.

Am I clear bro?

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Habeyy(m): 4:40pm On May 04
Iegendhero:


That’s because the Igbos don’t think before acting in their majority which is one of the greatest disadvantage you guys are encountering as a tribe.

You kill the tribesleader of other ethnic group and still have the liver for circulating pamphlets of the slain leader in the same North as a mocking mechanism in a very volatile North which had some past history of same.

Action beget consequences and you can’t simulate reaction of people to an injustice against them no matter how small you think it could be.

This is not about me supporting genocide, but I’m just telling you the situation and how human nature work especially when politics is mixed with hate.
this guy too get brain
You are so vast and objective
Kudos bro

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Habeyy(m): 4:42pm On May 04
Iegendhero:


Again you are making the mistake.

Whether Nigeria is fighting a Biafra that will come back to their fold OR a Biafra that might secede successfully, it is a war.

Whether the USA is fighting a different country Japan do not justify nuking civilians. It is just a decision they had to take to cripple the imperial Japan eveb at the cost of civilian lives (collateral damage).

You either condemn USA nuking Japan, Biafra army killing minorities civilians, Nigeria killing minorities civilian OR you support the three scenarios.

You can’t choose one to support or oppose. It’s not done like that.
hypocrites won't allude to this

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by OfoIgbo: 4:42pm On May 04
Iegendhero:


That is plain fake news.

The people of Isheagu were confused by Ojukwu in his numerous propaganda mechanism by lying that the Nigeria military killed them when in fact Ojukwu was the one that masterminded their death through the backdoor to pin it on the Nigerian army.

I will only accept responsibility if we can wake each of the victims and ask them to confirm if truly the people that shot them were Nigerian military.

Forget about the plaque and etc, anybody can attach the name of anyone to a piece of brick and say they were casualties of his enemies.

So until then, they should go and get their apology from Ojukwu.

Am I clear bro?

A few of the wounded victims recovered. They helped to fill in the details of the massacre. So the condition you are seeking is well satisfied. Recovered VICTIMS contributed in drawing a literary picture of what happened. Ogbemudia was also identified, and it is easy to know those who were under Ogbemudia's command. A huge chunk of them were Yorubas.

I know you thought all the victims died. Well some of them survived, and VICTIMS were involved in putting together what happened, so this tale is from the horse's mouth.

Now that this your condition has been satisfied, will you now acknowledge and apologize for the crimes that your people were involved in.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 6:07pm On May 04
OfoIgbo:


A few of the wounded victims recovered. They helped to fill in the details of the massacre. So the condition you are seeking is well satisfied. Recovered VICTIMS contributed in drawing a literary picture of what happened. Ogbemudia was also identified, and it is easy to know those who were under Ogbemudia's command. A huge chunk of them were Yorubas.

I know you thought all the victims died. Well some of them survived, and VICTIMS were involved in putting together what happened, so this tale is from the horse's mouth.

Now that this your condition has been satisfied, will you now acknowledge and apologize for the crimes that your people were involved in.

Those that you claim got injured might actually be hallucinating or fronting for Ojukwu propaganda. What is the type of bullet used to shoot them? What is the name of the soldier that shot it? Is it a Nigerian military bullet stolen by Ojukwu to impersonate them? We can only get the right thing that happened by waking those that were dead to seek the truth, coz the dead dare not lie.

Back to your mention, Well some of the families of the victims of Igbo killings of the minorities are also speaking up and one of them is on this thread and we have more of them in the video of people commemorating the Biafran massacre of their fathers/brothers/sisters etc.

They already made their voices known in that video and that is enough to get the apology needed from Ibos to the minorities.

As an Ibo man that you are, you owe those people the apology. So proceed to do that now!

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Iegendhero: 6:08pm On May 04
Habeyy:
this guy too get brain
You are so vast and objective
Kudos bro

Thanks bro.
Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 7:02pm On May 04
Efewestern:


Can you provide proof of the Urhobo's involvement in the Massacre of innocent people in Anioma? Provide names of Urhobo generals, Soldiers, commanders who carried out these crimes. We won't accept such false allegations from your likes.

Let's honor the lives of those who were massacred without you trying to demonize larger ethnic groups in the Delta. Thank you.

Ok.since you accept that Igbos in Delta were massacred by the FG, I think that would do.
We let the Urhobo part be.
It only came up because someone was already here trying to write on behalf of your Urhobo people.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 7:06pm On May 04
Iegendhero:


Those that you claim got injured might actually be hallucinating or fronting for Ojukwu propaganda. What is the type of bullet used to shoot them? What is the name of the soldier that shot it? Is it a Nigerian military bullet stolen by Ojukwu to impersonate them? We can only get the right thing that happened by waking those that were dead to seek the truth, coz the dead dare not lie.

Back to your mention, Well some of the families of the victims of Igbo killings of the minorities are also speaking up and one of them is on this thread and we have more of them in the video of people commemorating the Biafran massacre of their fathers/brothers/sisters etc.

They already made their voices known in that video and that is enough to get the apology needed from Ibos to the minorities.

As an Ibo man that you are, you owe those people the apology. So proceed to do that now!

We have names of Igbo victims, we have their first hand stories, we know the commander involved, we know their villages, any private investigator can independently go to these villagers and compare notes.


Beyond vague stories of *my father elder brother was shot by Biafrans* and all other rooster and bull stories, can you provide any evidence in form of names of victims, their names and Biafran units and commanders involved in your made up stories of Igbo killing Minorities.
It's been almost a day now and you are still running in circles.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by 2elliot: 11:39pm On May 04
Iegendhero:


That’s because the Igbos don’t think before acting in their majority which is one of the greatest disadvantage you guys are encountering as a tribe.

You kill the tribesleader of other ethnic group and still have the liver for circulating pamphlets of the slain leader in the same North as a mocking mechanism in a very volatile North which had some past history of same.

Action beget consequences and you can’t simulate reaction of people to an injustice against them no matter how small you think it could be.

This is not about me supporting genocide, but I’m just telling you the situation and how human nature work especially when politics is mixed with hate.
Are you aware that there were more than 25 non igbo participants in the supposed igbo coup, and that a good number of them were northerners?

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Allen102: 2:12am On May 05
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.
Igbo people invade our community, rape,kidnapped and kill our people unprovoked! No sane Rivers ijaw man will tell you otherwise,because it is the hard-core truth you igbos don't want to accept. No body decide to blame anybody it is the gospel truth you igbos don't want to hear.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by horsepower102: 2:45am On May 05
Allen102:
Igbo people invade our community, rape,kidnapped and kill our people unprovoked! No sane Rivers ijaw man will tell you otherwise,because it is the hard-core truth you igbos don't want to accept. No body decide to blame anybody it is the gospel truth you igbos don't want to hear.

Evidence?

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by IGBOSON1: 2:52am On May 05
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.

Bros, the guy you're exchanging posts with is a wicked, incurable igbo hater! He's either Fulani or Yoruba, and his job on this thread -and in fact on nairaland as a whole- is to TRY and absolve the Nigerian forces of the time of any blame for war crimes while trying to justify the mass murder of non-combatant Igbos!

Funnily enough, you never hear his ilk call for and actively support either the dissolution of 'one Nigeria' or support the secession of Biafra/Igbos so they can continue their lovefest without us! A worse two-faced hypocrite i'm yet to see! Just pure evil!

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by OfoIgbo: 3:31am On May 05
Iegendhero:


Those that you claim got injured might actually be hallucinating or fronting for Ojukwu propaganda. What is the type of bullet used to shoot them? What is the name of the soldier that shot it? Is it a Nigerian military bullet stolen by Ojukwu to impersonate them? We can only get the right thing that happened by waking those that were dead to seek the truth, coz the dead dare not lie.

Back to your mention, Well some of the families of the victims of Igbo killings of the minorities are also speaking up and one of them is on this thread and we have more of them in the video of people commemorating the Biafran massacre of their fathers/brothers/sisters etc.

They already made their voices known in that video and that is enough to get the apology needed from Ibos to the minorities.

As an Ibo man that you are, you owe those people the apology. So proceed to do that now!

It is clear you are moving the goalpost helter skelter.

So far you haven't conclusively proven that Efiong deployed Biafran troops to go massacring his people.

But Adekunle your war commander was busy KILLING ANYTHING THAT MOVED. He was proud of this. So he was killing the innocent, because they moved.

Isheagu people have provided proofs of the massacre which include the unit commander, the group, names of those massacred.
I will also add that Col. Adekunle's KILLING ANYTHING THAT MOVED mantra of the Nigerian larky also tallied with what happened at Isheagu.

But as a typical Yoruba man you've been running from pillar to post changing goalposts. Concocted videos won't cut it.

Red Cross substantiated genocide against Biafrans. So did the Vatican and Medicin San Frontier.
Tell us one neutral international body that even ALLEGED massacre or genocide against eastern minorities by Biafrans

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by christistruth01: 8:26am On May 05
Iegendhero:


Read this from How 32:
https://encompass.eku.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1017&context=jora

The Forgotten Victims: Ethnic Minorities in the Nigeria-Biafra War, 1967-1970
Arua Oko Omaka
McMaster University, omakaao@mcmaster.ca

Ken Saro Wiwa wrote that over 30,000 Ogoni alone were Murdered by Ojukwu's Supporters during the Civil War in an attempt to takeover their Oil rich Lands.

Ogoni were deported away from their homelands

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 8:59am On May 05
Allen102:
Igbo people invade our community, rape,kidnapped and kill our people unprovoked! No sane Rivers ijaw man will tell you otherwise,because it is the hard-core truth you igbos don't want to accept. No body decide to blame anybody it is the gospel truth you igbos don't want to hear.

No one killed and raped your people, those were lies your shameless parents made up and passed on to you.
Asari Dokubo had to admit that your parents told you lies and he went on to narrate the real truth about what took place in Minority areas.
I had already posted it.

Many people don't know that Saro was killed by Abacha because he murdered in cold blood Ogoni chiefs who were pro Biafra during the war, who never saw things in same as him in post Nigeria, using his violent followers. He wanted them to support his Guerilla warfare against his former friend Abacha, but Kogbara and co were not going to approve Saro Wiwa plans to turn Ogoniland to war zone with Nigerian Army. They were rather incensed that Wiwa short-sightedness in helping FG defeat Biafra had already caused enough damage to Ogoniland, they were not going to let the lunatic cause more harm to Ogoniland.
Their opposition didn't go down well with Saro Wiwa and his followers who tagged them saboteurs and summarily got them murdered in cold blood.
This is the story of Saro Wiwa that minorities will not tell you. Because they are more interested in fables.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Allen102: 9:50am On May 05
Igboid:


No one killed and raped your people, those were lies your shameless parents made up and passed on to you.
Asari Dokubo had to admit that your parents told you lies and he went on to narrate the real truth about what took place in Minority areas.
I had already posted it.

Many people don't know that Saro was killed by Abacha because he murdered in cold blood Ogoni chiefs who were pro Biafra during the war, using his violent followers.
Igbo people invade our community rape, kidnapped and kill our people unprovoked,no matter how hard you try to defend the actions of your fathers the truth still remains that igbos terrorize my people for no reason.
Someone of us still have relatives to this day who are a living witness,so you using a confused hungry clown like Asari or calling my fathers liars will not,can not change the truth you igbos love to hate.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 9:57am On May 05
Allen102:
Igbo people invade our community rape, kidnapped and kill our people unprovoked,no matter how hard you try to defend the actions of your fathers the truth still remains that igbos terrorize my people for no reason.
Someone of us still have relatives to this day who are a living witness,so you using a confused hungry clown like Asari or calling my fathers liars will not,can not change the truth you igbos love to hate.

You are nothing but cheap liars.
All you have to back your stories are lies.
No one takes you serious.

This was how Saro Wiwa went and killed his fellow Ogoni people because they were pro BIAFRA and never saw things through same prism as him, only to later turn around and start blaming Ndiigbo for crimes that never happened.

Good a thing Abacha is unforgiving type. If not he (Wiwa) would still be alive and be corrupting the more Ogoni youths with lies in the name of being an elder.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 10:06am On May 05
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.independent.co.uk/voices/ken-sarowiwa-was-never-a-saint-1351981.html%3famp

This article by Kogbara daughter, Donu Kogbara threw light on complex violent relationship Minorities who were pro Nigeria had on their kinsmen who were pro BIAFRA.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by OfoIgbo: 10:12am On May 05
Igboid:


No one killed and raped your people, those were lies your shameless parents made up and passed on to you.
Asari Dokubo had to admit that your parents told you lies and he went on to narrate the real truth about what took place in Minority areas.
I had already posted it.

Many people don't know that Saro was killed by Abacha because he murdered in cold blood Ogoni chiefs who were pro Biafra during the war, using his violent followers.

Words on marble!!

The Biafran representative in the UK was an Ogoni man.

He was one of those murdered by Ken Saro Wiwa and his violent thugs

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 10:24am On May 05
OfoIgbo:


Words on marble!!

The Biafran representative in the UK was an Ogoni man.

He was one of those murdered by Ken Saro Wiwa and his violent thugs

Yes! His name was Chief I.K Kogbara
The naive man ( Wiwa) got his Ogoni elders who supported Biafra murdered in post civil war era when he fell out with his FG friends and want the pro Biafra elders to join him in his ill advised war against the FG.
The elders were disappointed that Saro Wiwa stupidity had rendered Ogoniland a cash cow to Hausa Fulanis and their Yoruba accomplices, now the lunatic want to bring war to Ogoniland.
They refused to support him, and he labelled them saboteurs and traitors and rilled up his gullible followers who went and murdered those chiefs in cold blood.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Allen102: 10:28am On May 05
Igboid:


You are nothing but cheap liars.
All you have to back your stories are lies.
No one takes you serious.

This was how Saro Wiwa went and killed his fellow Ogoni people because they were pro BIAFRA and never saw things through same prism as him, only to later turn around and start blaming Ndiigbo for crimes that never happened.

Good a thing Abacha is unforgiving type. If not he (Wiwa) would still be alive and be corrupting the more Ogoni youths with lies in the name of being an elder.
When it dose not suit your purpose it's all lies, typical igbo man with inferiority complex who thinks he knows better than everyone.
Like I said,some of us still have relatives who witness the horrors cause by your fathers to this day,So this your attempt to defend or should I say paint your father's in a positive light or try to remove them from the genocide they carry out against my people will not fly.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by OfoIgbo: 10:32am On May 05
Igboid:


Yes!
The fool got his Ogoni elders who supported Biafra murdered in post civil war era when he fell out with his FG friends and want the pro Biafra elders to join him in his ill advised war against the FG.
The elders were disappointed that Saro Wiwa stupidity had rendered Ogoniland a cash cow to Hausa Fulanis and their Yoruba accomplices, now the lunatic want to bring war to Ogoniland.
They refused to support him, and he labelled them saboteurs and traitors and rilled up his gullible followers who went and murdered those chiefs in cold blood.

And these are the same people who will go indoctrinating their kids that Biafra killed them, while in actual fact they are the people killing their people.

You may not know this, but Ken Saro Wiwa got properties belonging to Chief Z.C Obi, the then chairman of Igbo State Union. An Nnewi man. He's the father of late Senator Onyeabo Obi. He got it as part of the abandoned properties brouhaha. These are the false moral compasses people want me to look up to. God so arranged it that his accomplices in crimes against humanity, eventually sent him to the Lord.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 10:35am On May 05
Allen102:
When it dose not suit your purpose it's all lies, typical igbo man with inferiority complex who thinks he knows better than everyone.
Like I said,some of us still have relatives who witness the horrors cause by your fathers to this day,So this your attempt to defend or should I say paint your father's in a positive light or try to remove them from the genocide they carry out against my people will not fly.

You are just too empty and obviouslyhas nothing to offer to this discussion.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by OfoIgbo: 10:38am On May 05
Allen102:
When it dose not suit your purpose it's all lies, typical igbo man with inferiority complex who thinks he knows better than everyone.
Like I said,some of us still have relatives who witness the horrors cause by your fathers to this day,So this your attempt to defend or should I say paint your father's in a positive light or try to remove them from the genocide they carry out against my people will not fly.

You obviously do not know this, but a good chunk of the Biafran officers were from Ijawland. A lot of them were in the army.
Senator Ben Bruce's elder brother was at some point, the head of the Biafran Airforce.
And you want me to believe these people ordered the massacre of their people.

Gen. Efiong who was the chief of staff could never have condoned such actions. He was a gentleman and a dove personality-wise.

We have heard so much of these concocted stories.

How come Red Cross or any other reputable global organisation haven't authenticated these your massacre claims?

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Igboid: 10:43am On May 05
OfoIgbo:


And these are the same people who will go indoctrinating their kids that Biafra killed them, while in actual fact they are the people killing their people.

You may not know this, but Ken Saro Wiwa got properties belonging to Chief Z.C Obi, the then chairman of Igbo State Union. An Nnewi man. He's the father of late Senator Onyeabo Obi. He got it as part of the abandoned properties brouhaha. These are the false moral compasses people want me to look up to. God so arranged it that his accomplices in crimes against humanity, eventually sent him to the Lord.

Yes. I'm aware of the property of Chief Z.C Obi Saro Wiwa took as part of his national cake.
He was also said to usually host Abacha in that same house as both of them were padi padi, whenever Abacha visited PH, long before Abacha became the head of state.

You know the funny thing is that during the war, Saro Wiwa and his pro Nigeria supporters in Ogoni were extreme minorities in Ogoni land, the majority of Ogoni people steered by I.K Kogbara who was the real political leader of Ogoni in those era were pro BIAFRA.
It was only when BIAFRA fell,Kogbara was declared a wanted man, Saro Wiwa and his pro Nigeria Ogoni followers consolidated power and went about rewriting history is where they claim Biafrans massacred his Ogoni people.
It was when Saro Wiwa was facing Nigerian firing squad, in his last moments that he cried bitterly about how Nigeria betrayed him, despite the fact that he fought for one Nigeria, against majority of his Ogoni people who were pro Biafra.
These people live for lies, but we thank God that our parents were upright and just in all their interactions with these people. For this, we would always be justified in the end. Lies run sprints, but the Truth is a tiredless marathon runner and would always one day surpass lies.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Allen102: 10:44am On May 05
Igboid:


You are just too empty and [/b]obviouslyhas nothing to offer to this discussion.
Isn't it obvious? I'm not here to have any discussion.
I'm only here to set the records straight which you are trying so hard to rewrite.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Mightyhaiz: 10:50am On May 05
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.

No bro,they actually provided one,...





One that bore a millennial type font and graphics.. I have it stored in one of my devices.dont know the particular one now..



These daft demons actually went to print and designed a St Michael type image and write up and inserted names..in the hope of fooling their daft followership here.. a fifth or sixth poster however pointed out the daft move which the zombie mob had already run off with

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by Uchek(m): 10:58am On May 05
At your age, education, exposure you still suffer from debilitating ahistorism. Imagine the state of younger Yorubas who don't have the level of education and exposure.

"Propaganda can only last for a while, you can’t win a war based on propaganda because reality is different from fantasies"


Q#1
Why did Yoruba fight the Nigeria-Biafra War?
Q#2
Why did Awolowo and Yorubas align with the North to fight against Biafra?
Q#3
Did Yoruba and Hausa/Fulani fight in the Nigeria-Biafra War for the same political reasons. If "YES", what was the political reason behind their alliance to fight Biafra's independence?
Q#4
BETWEEN THE HAUSA/FULANI AND YORUBA, WHO is the real winner or real loser of the Nigeria-Biafra War?
Q#5
Between the Yoruba and Ndigbo, who is the real winner/real loser in the Nigeria-Biafra War?
Q#6
After over 5 decades of aligning with Arewa North to "defeat" Biafra, in the Nigeria-Biafra War, are Yoruba of Nigeria better off - economically, politically, educationally, psychological, scientifically, emotionally, individually and collectively - in Gowon's post-Biafra Nigeria than they would have been in Aburi Accord- restructured Nigeria?

Iegendhero:
Ojukwu really bleeped up by using his people as a shield for a war he isn’t that prepared for.

Propaganda can only last for a while, you can’t win a war based on propaganda because reality is different from fantasies.

There are cases where the Biafran army massacred some south-south minorities during the war too so I think this is a case of the devil with the strongest kill power.

This should be a lesson to this generation, before you commit to a full blown war, be prepared with the necessary alliance so you won’t sent your people in their millions to Hades due to hasty decisions.

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Re: Remembering The Isheagu Massacre Of May 1968 by BKayy: 11:10am On May 05
Uchek:
At your age, education, exposure you still suffer from debilitating ahistorism. Imagine the state of younger Yorubas who don't have the level of education and exposure.

"Propaganda can only last for a while, you can’t win a war based on propaganda because reality is different from fantasies"


Q#1
Why did Yoruba fight the Nigeria-Biafra War?
Q#2
Why did Awolowo and Yorubas align with the North to fight against Biafra?
Q#3
Did Yoruba and Hausa/Fulani fight in the Nigeria-Biafra War for the same political reasons. If "YES", what was the political reason behind their alliance to fight Biafra's independence?
Q#4
BETWEEN THE HAUSA/FULANI AND YORUBA, WHO is the real winner or real loser of the Nigeria-Biafra War?
Q#5
Between the Yoruba and Ndigbo, who is the real winner/real loser in the Nigeria-Biafra War?
Q#6
After over 5 decades of aligning with Arewa North to "defeat" Biafra, in the Nigeria-Biafra War, are Yoruba of Nigeria better off - economically, politically, educationally, psychological, scientifically, emotionally, individually and collectively - in Gowon's post-Biafra Nigeria than they would have been in Aburi Accord- restructured Nigeria?

He won't dare answer question number 4 because the answer is obvious grin
Same with Ijaw. Ijaw will run away from question 5 if it is thrown to them because reality doesn't need propaganda. Theirs is worse. A whole nation looking like a village while sultan of sokoto owns 26 oil Wells

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