We are filled with pains, sorrow, agony, about the genocides committed against the Biafran populace during the gruesome war. We the younger generations heard everything that happened during the 1967-1970 bitter civil war. We knew about how 6.2 million of our people were massacred by the government of Nigeria led by General Yakubu Gowon and the government of Harold Wilson of Britain. We knew how they blockade the air, land and sea and starved our people to death.

We knew about the global conspiracy against the Biafra populace. Even our elders at the ruler areas explained and narrated what they saw during the bitter war. How innocent bloods were shred on the streets of Biafraland. The marginalization, subjugation, tortures, intimidation by the military men, killings, abduction etc. against the great people of Biafra.

Even till this very moment, our wounds are yet to heal because of the height of Injustice in the land. Others are calling for peace in absence of justice, others call for unity while Fulani’s are killing on daily basis, Radio Biafra was declared a pirate radio station while the same government sets to open Fulani radio station for easy dispatching of information to Jihadist terrorist. The world is silent, even the Prime Minister of Britain has just announced her resignation because she couldn’t deliver her promise on Brexit.

We are lamenting that the Fulani’s terrorists have invaded our homes to massacre our people yet again and our alleged elites are doing nothing about it. Our Activists in Enugwu State on their way to sensitize our mothers, fathers, siblings about the need to reflect and honour our fallen heroes and heroines; they were abducted and held hostage for days now. A people without arms or stick but they are put behind bars. What an entity filled with uncultured animals in human form.

It is our right to honour and remember those who gave their precious lives for us to live. They deserve to be remembered, other nations of the world who fought for their Freedom; often remember their heroes and heroines every year. Why can’t the Biafrans do likewise? We must shutdown every shop, schools; banking institutions, transport companies, roadside sellers, motorcyclist etc all must SIT-AT-HOME come 30th May 2019.

One day of SIT-AT-HOME wouldn’t kill you nor close down your various businesses. Biafra freedom is inevitable and come 30th May 2019; we must remember about 6.2 million Biafrans slaughtered at the streets of Biafraland and beyond. May Chukwu Okike (the supreme creator of the universe) bless us as we reflect on their memories, bless the good people of Biafra, bless the leadership of IPOB worldwide and most importantly bless Biafra. Iseeeeee iseeeeee iseeeeee (Amen)

Written by:
Mazi Dimkpa Ikenna Ikenga Amadioha-Gbo
For: Rivers State Media

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Rivers State Media

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