The same pattern, the same magnitude; what is going on?

In the early hours of today being 27th March 2020, another explosion hit Ilu Abo area of Akure, the Ondo State capital.

It has been confirmed that over hundred houses were affected in the explosion including churches and schools.

A reliable eye witness account reported that a truck carrying the explosive feigned to have been spoilt on the road. While pretending to be making efforts to extricate the truck from the point at which it was stuck, all of a sudden, a spark started coming under the truck, and what happened next was a deafening explosion.

As this happened, the truck and those it was conveying were all buried in the ground, as recounted by our reliable eye witness.

Not only that the truck and all that were on board were instantaneously buried in the ground as the explosion took place, but roofs of near and distant houses were blown off, houses were chattered, and lives and properties also destroyed.

When we juxtapose this Akure incident with what happened at Abule Ado in Lagos, it can be seen that both incidents followed a similar laid out pattern.

It may be recalled that a truck was also said to have been stuck, and that at the same place the truck was stuck, the explosion took place. Roofs were blown off and hundreds of houses were destroyed as well. The magnitude went as far as 5km away to destroy houses.

Now, same script has been rehashed in Akure. This incident has in no small measure totally and completely vindicated all those who stated, without any iota of doubt, that it was a bomb explosion that took place at Abule Ado.

May we, at this juncture, remind the world, that the Fulani nation, under the umbrella of FUNAM, did not mince words to claim responsibility for the Abule Ado bombing, even as they mocked the Yoruba for their foolishness in forming AMOTEKUN, for which they vented their anger on the West, by bombing Abule Ado.

Let it not be forgotten too, that a few weeks before the Abule Ado bombing, Nigeria's Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Tukur Buratai, had, in a very sinister way, informed, and indirectly warned the South Western part of Nigeria, about the presence of Boko Haram in the west, and the imminence of their terror attacks. It was not long after this warning from Buratai that the Abule Ado bomb attack happened.

We can equally recall that after the Abule Ado bomb attack, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, said it was the Nigeria Military that planted that bomb, and what they used in that attack was a gravity bomb, which it is only the military, that are capable of accessing.

He furthered warned that more of such attacks are still to come. Now, the same attack is coming from another state that supports AMOTEKUN.

It must be pointed out clearly, that after the Abule Ado bomb explosion, the Federal Government started reclaiming the lands that were said to have been acquired for the military some years back, which points to the fact that the government of Nigeria is certainly complicit in the bomb attack.

While the Fulani Janjaweed terrorists called federal government of Nigeria uses bomb attacks to terrorize the South western part of Nigeria, as an expression of the Fulani anger for the establishment of AMOTEKUN, in Biafra land, the same Fulani terrorists, under the cover and protection of the federal government of Nigeria, uses fire outbreak and petroleum products tanker explosion to attack Biafrans.

All these highlight the level of incompatibility and irreconcilable differences that exist among the three major national blocks within the fraudulently concocted contraption and criminal enterprise called Nigeria. It therefore boils down to the fact that the only solution remains the immediate dissolution of the evil entity called Nigeria.

The restoration of our dear nation, Biafra, remains the only way out.

Biafra has come!

Reported by:
Mazi Emeka Nwankwo
For: Lagos State Media

Written by:
Mazi Chukwudi Okeke
For: Lagos State Media

Edited by:
Okwunna Okongwu
For: Lagos State Media

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Lagos State Media

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