It is a sad day for the family of the Ejiofor's who only two nights ago (31:11:19) buried one of their brothers. In Biafra traditional culture, today was slated for the condolence visit of friends and In-laws but shockingly, it turned out a bloody day.

As guests were still trooping in and out condoling with the family, like a gangster movie style, a combined team of Nigeria security Operatives piloted by the Army and Police stormed the family of the Ejiofor's shooting sporadically. The family members scampered to safety, jumping over the fence. This attack was neither provoked nor was Barr. Ejiofor given any form of invitation by any Security before Monday.

In 2017, the Director of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, was equally attacked in same manner. It is very clear that those who invaded Barr Ejiofor's home town, went to assassinate him just like those who invaded the home of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. When they couldn't get hold of the brilliant Lawyer, they opened live bullets on men who were in the premises and four Biafrans fell.

Question is, has NIGERIA become a military regime? Why is the military always given the assignment to invade homes of innocent people? First, the attack on Mazi Nnamdi Kanu to stop him from going to court which was days ahead. We all know how bloody it ended and 28 men were shot to death.

It is only in a dictatorship government that a tyrant President would use State security to terrorize her citizens. Only in a dictatorship would the President disobey court orders. Only in a dictatorship would a government dispatch the military personnel to terrorize a community and kill at will.

Sadly, Biafra has been under siege for a long time and the cries of the people has yielded nothing. Let the world be in the know that Biafrans are being exterminated and we are not going to fold our hands while we are killed like Animals on daily basis.


Written by:
Ojimba Tobias
For: Biafra State Media

Edited by:
Ngozichukwu Ada-Dav
For: Biafra State Media

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Biafra State Media

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