|Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New|
Stats: 2,741,055 members, 6,501,105 topics. Date: Wednesday, 22 September 2021 at 04:37 AM
Tony Momoh: Obaseki Should Be Blamed For His Disqualification, Not Oshiomhole / Buhari, Not Jonathan To Be Blamed For $9bn Judgement Debt, Says P&ID / 2019: Buhari Will Be Remembered For Bloodshed In Nigeria — Atiku (2) (3) (4)
|Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nobody: 1:04pm On Jun 20|
Nnamdi Kanu has made some really provoking speeches which sometimes have made me cringe, but he has always stayed on the message of asking for a national referendum for self-determination and had always promised to accept the results. If Igbos in the majority say NO to Biafra, he will resign from IPOB and move on. He has always insisted on a democratic path to self-determination.
IPOB was always peaceful until the army and police carried out extrajudicial killings of unarmed Igbo Youth and in total over 2000 have been killed on various occasions. On one such event, the soldiers poured acid on their murdered victims to dissolve the bodies and hide the evidence. Now, remember we are talking about human beings here; brothers, sisters, fathers, mothers, uncles etc. Imagine the bereavement that the families went through and in many cases the poverty they had to endure.
Should we talk about the notorious rogue SARs police? Ok. SARs was responsible for the death of hundreds of Igbo Youth for crimes they did not commit. Many were locked up without a trial and many more were killed and labelled armed robbers while their body organs were harvested and traded for profit. Shamefully, one of the kingpins of this rogue organisation was appointed into a top government security position before removal on protest.
How about the spate of ritual killings, kidnappings, armed robberies, and all manner of evil that occurred over a decade in Igbo land with no security, no serious convictions, and no respite for the suffering of the people. Plenty of death but very few trials or serious attempts to bring the culprits to justice because the police and courts were bribed to coverup the crimes and hide the innocent blood. You never hear of so called Igbo leaders doing anything about these killings or visiting the bereaved families or lending them a helping hand.
Our governors and LGA chairmen with a few exceptions specialise in nepotism, corruption, stealing from the state treasury, denying pensioners their hard earned pittance and depriving civil servants and teachers of a consistent stream of earned income. They are heartless, cruel and evil. God punish them.
Okay, let me take a deep breath and move on the final straw that broke the camel’s back. Yes, you got it right, Fulani Herdsmen!!!! When Fulani Herdsmen invaded our villages, setup camp in our bushes and grazed their cows on our farms, not a word was heard from our so called leaders. When they raped our mothers, daughters and sisters, no serious plan was made by Igbo leaders to counter these attacks and provide much needed security. When whole villages were attacked at night and all its inhabitants cut down with machetes, their houses burnt down, no serious plans were made to improve security.
Suddenly, our people could no more farm, the next harvest was threatened, and desperation drove farmers to salvage what was left of their farms. Still, they were killed, maimed and chased away from their ancestral land by foreigners. Their lands were under illegal occupation. We cried, lamented, complained, and protested but our voices were drowned out by a surge of promises, vain and vague statements and wish washy moves to enhance security in the affected areas.
The ESN was setup by Nnamdi Kanu to counter these attacks within a very short period and produced instant results. A large number of invaders were killed, and their camps were dismantled. Farms were freed and villagers could now farm in peace and expect another bountiful harvest of crops.
To our surprise, ESN was not commended by the Igbo leaders, they were condemned, castigated, and declared an illegal outfit. Now remember these same bastards called leaders were unable and, in many cases unwilling to protect their own people, yet they came out to condemn those who took the initiative and provided a solution. You know why? Because of jealousy, jealousy that they were now seen as the cowards that they were, the miscreants who have no heart and mind for the Igbo people of their kin.
So, they colluded with the enemy to dismantle the structures of the ESN and planned to undermine this indigenous security outfit that was and still, is much loved by the people. An outfit of volunteers who sacrificed BLOOD for their motherland with no thanks. Did we even deserve them and their heroic achievements? I am beginning to think maybe not.
These so called leaders could have called for a dialogue, officialised ESN, armed them and given them salaries and maybe called them forest rangers. Instead they formed a counter comedic security outfit that was dead on arrival and barely made if off the ground.
ESN began to retake land that was illegally given to the Fulani Herdsmen for RUGA and intensified efforts to defend their mother land. Then our Igbo leaders brought in the military to use helicopter gunships, tanks and all sorts of heavy weaponry to dislodge and destroy ESN. Well, it did not work and it only made ESN stronger and more determined.
This is when we moved into the era of UGM which intensified after the butchering of Ikonso and his men who were SLEEPING in their bedrooms before the cowardly Nigerian Army killed them and faked a gun battle. No capture, no trial just cold blooded murder by savages in uniform. I am 100% sure that many of the attacks on police stations and military formations after this event were led by ESN but there were miscreants and criminals who took this great opportunity to commit crimes under the cover of ESN and perpetrate atrocities against here own people, many of whom were police men and women.
The Igbo leaders had a great opportunity to call for a dialogue with IPOB and other Biafran Youth groups and perhaps a solution may have been reached. But no, these demented saboteurs whose purpose in government is personal interest and enrichment, issued daily threats and insults to Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB, often using the police to arrest innocent youth and kill them in detention without trial. Then to make matters worse, they colluded with their Fulani murderous masters in Aso Rock to bring in a terrorist compromised military to massacre their own people, dehumanise them and unleash terror in Igbo land.
Now we have so called educated elite and a range of self serving hypocrites in Igbo land blaming Nnamdi Kanu for all the bloodshed in Igbo land. These self-professed intellectuals often use substandard English grammar to confuse the youth and they label IPOB as thugs, miscreants, never do wells, illiterates and other unmentionable names which one will not use against an enemy talk less on a family member.
These idiots have never proffered a single solution to resolving the plethora of problems we have been and are still enduring in Igbo land; of course they are beneficiaries of a corrupt system, often scavenging on bread crumbs from the table of their Fulani masters while intentionally or unwittingly selling their own brothers and sisters into perpetual slavery. Are they not cursed?
These Fulani stooges and beneficiaries are now blaming Nnamdi kanu for all the death in Igbo land while turning a blind eye to.
• SARS extrajudicial killings
• Military led massacres
• Government led criminality and murders
Every fvcking crime, murder, arson, assassinations, political hack jobs and robberies are blamed on IPOB, yet these things existed eons before IPOB came into being. Are these so called intellectuals not disingenuous in their judgement and discriminatory in their pronouncements against IPOB. Why don’t these compromised gluttons use the same energy and effort to protest the plight of their people and fight for a just cause.
So you want to try Nnamdi Kanu for crimes against humanity, but the thousands upon thousand of our youth who have been killed by the army and police before the creation of IPOB and MASSOB do not matter? The killers who are currently in high positions in the military and police can walk freely and enjoy life to the fullest while the families of their victims live in pain and a huge sense of loss. How about an effort to declare the genocide of over 2 million Igbos during the Biafran war and make it a global historic fact with measures put in place to prevent a recurrence. Afterall, this is what happened in Rwanda and far less people were killed in that genocide.
Some Igbos are shameless, they bask in their intellectual stupidity, they add not one iota of value to the progress and prosperity of the Igbo race. They only creep out of the woodwork like the worms they are when their businesses are threatened or when their Fulani masters tell them to. Are they not shameless people? Did they protect your mothers and daughters in the farms ? NO. Did the remove checkpoints in Igboland? NO. They were busy feasting and partying and talking crap. Their courage and power is only when it comes to attacking their own people.
Note: I am 1000000000% against the activities of UGM especially against our innocent Igbo soldiers and police.
So I say to those asking for Nnamdi Kanu to be tried to first of all call for the trial of the following people;
• SARS killers aka human organ harvesters and traders
• Military murders
• All the state criminals called governors
• All the corrupt leaders, elders, and local government officials
5 Likes 1 Share
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nobody: 1:08pm On Jun 20|
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by gidgiddy: 1:13pm On Jun 20|
Nigerians are the only people in the world who expect that there will be peace, while living on a mountain of injustice
2 Likes 1 Share
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Commentor: 1:19pm On Jun 20|
Be looking for excuses up and down.
I'm sure it has dawned on you that the people are realising what ill-wind and calamity you've brought home.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nobody: 1:24pm On Jun 20|
We will watch and rejoice when your shit hole disintegrates into hell ; don't come to us crying for help.
Your Northern Nigeria is already a HELL on earth worse than Somalia and the terrorists now surround your forests in the West, Keep taking crap, coward.
Not even Africom that desperate Buhari was begging for will save your a$$ when ISIS, ISWAP and the other angels from hell take over your land.
1 Like 1 Share
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Ojiofor: 1:27pm On Jun 20|
Note:You are not against UGM rather you are one of them.
Taqqiya is the language terrorist usually employ to deceive the masses.I did not say you are terrorist,don't misunderstand me o.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nobody: 1:30pm On Jun 20|
Yes, I am a UGM operating from diaspora -LMAO
On a more serious note we are all vehemently against the murder of our police men and women in uniform and on duty. Please read my other articles in which I have condemned these dastardly acts.
And you are definitely not Igbo, so SCRAM outta here.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Ojiofor: 1:40pm On Jun 20|
Both UGM at home that pull the triger that kills Igbo police and army officers are same with those in abroad who sponsor them either through their monetary contributions or moral/propaganda support like yours here in nairaland.
For you to say I am not Igbo have confirm my suspicion that you are a UGM bandit.That is their narrow way of reasoning.
3 Likes 1 Share
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Commentor: 1:47pm On Jun 20|
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nobody: 1:48pm On Jun 20|
For you to call me UGM when I am not even an IPOB member suggests to me that you are one of the self serving Igbo men who feed from the crumbs that fall off their masters tables while selling their own kin for a few miserable $$. To have avoided the crux of this article and narrow it down to UGM reveals your guilt in the plight of Ndi Igbo.
People like you are shamless, gutless and cowards.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nobody: 1:48pm On Jun 20|
Its a case of wait and see, keep your eyes on the news. The storm is gathering in strength.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by mekaboy(m): 1:49pm On Jun 20|
2 Likes 1 Share
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by nlreserve: 1:52pm On Jun 20|
Summarily, Nnamdi Kanu only created security outfit when Fulani was killing his people and the government refused to protect the people. Not his fault.
Army started attacking ESN instead of herdsmen and you expect ESN to Sidon dey look?
Nigerians are the problem abeg
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Commentor: 1:59pm On Jun 20|
You guys have been talking for years.
Fleecing the gullible in Alaigbo whilst living large abroad.
The public has cottoned on to the scam.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Ojiofor: 2:01pm On Jun 20|
To apply common sense is not self serving rather it's self preservation and self annihilation as IPOBians strategy is not patriotism but foolishness.Ndi Igbo si agbacha oso aguo mile.After six years of IPOB blood bath in Igboland what have they achieved?
Isn't it time for you all to start counting miles?
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nobody: 2:02pm On Jun 20|
You must be proud of your improverished shit hole. It going to get worse -
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Monogamy: 2:03pm On Jun 20|
Hamas should be blamed..
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by mekaboy(m): 2:03pm On Jun 20|
How can a registered radio station in london create a security outfit in another country and arm them without any laws backing them?
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nobody: 2:05pm On Jun 20|
To my immediate knowledge IPOB only formed an armed wing called ESN last December, the UGM ( many of their actions which we condemn ) only began about 3-4 months ago. So are you talking about 6 years of blood bath by the Nigeria government against IPOB and MASSOB members or is there something I am missing here ?
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nobody: 2:07pm On Jun 20|
Only an idiot will do nothing when his people are being massacred without any means of defence.
Only a blatant and ignorant fool will condemn those who defend their people.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Skillsnigeria: 2:08pm On Jun 20|
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by mekaboy(m): 2:10pm On Jun 20|
More of his people have been massacred in addition. The criminals he released from prison are going about robbing, assasinating and kidnapping his people.
So i suspect kanu is working for the fulani.
Yoruba formed amotekun backed by law. Enugu formed forest guards backed by law.
The fraudster sent igbo youths to die for nothing, so that he can get more donations.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by gidgiddy: 2:13pm On Jun 20|
Agitating for self determination is recognised in international law Nigeria has signed up to. The Nigerian constitution gives everyone freedom of expression. Even if I dont like what people are protesting about, I can never deny them their constitutional right to protest. But what did your Nigerian government do to unnarmed Biafran protesters? Your government sent the Army and Police to shoot, kill and brutalise innocent people. For years, this injustice continued because the Biafran protesters refused to retaliate. But there is a limit to how much injustice one can take before the react.
I dont encourage violence but I have no sympathy fir the Police and Army who are killed, they brought violence into a peaceful agitation by killing unarmed protesters
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nobody: 2:13pm On Jun 20|
Fvck off man , you know nothing. Take your quota system aboki reasoning and focus on your Northern Nigeria somalia or Western forests, whichever is applicable.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by mekaboy(m): 2:17pm On Jun 20|
Go and tell that to ikonso's children. Tell them their father died for a fraudster in UK, while his own son still has a father.
Biafra or death, when army came he ran to UK. Sending illegally armed igbo youths to go and fight the army and police.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Nwaide01: 2:17pm On Jun 20|
It's only the Efulefus in Igbo land and those who were previously mocking the Igbo nation about the extra judicial killing of armless Igbo citizens are blaming MNK. As for the true Igbo sons and daughters we know it is a pay back time.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by Ojiofor: 2:23pm On Jun 20|
Now that you are armed what is the scores?
Who is losing,federal government or ndi Igbo?
Btw,everywhere seems to be silent and calm past few days.Have you achieved your referendum agenda?Have your demands been met,signed,sealed and delivered for the second time?
what is the reason for the cease fire? Fight on, it is Biafra or death.If you guys stop shame on you.
|Re: Advice - Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Blamed For Bloodshed In Ala Igbo by mekaboy(m): 2:24pm On Jun 20|
Paying back with more igbo blood? Why dont you go and join them to pay back? Are u not ready to give your life for biafra?
|Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health |
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket
Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2021 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 291