April 20 2020 | The Biafra Telegraph

It is a sad Day in Bayelsa as the people are forced into the streets weeping as the Government destroys one of their biggest markets without allowing them the chance to vacate and save their goods from the demolition carried out by Government under the supervision of armed military men. Traders ran out from their homes to see what they can salvage but to their shock, the destruction has gone too far and they are here rolling and wailing in pains.

In Bayelsa, there is a total Lockdown in compliance with Government directives to check the spread of Covid-19. This same insensitive Government did not make provision for her citizens in any way while the Lockdown lasts. It is over two weeks ago that the people have been shut down from their source of livelihood and they have been crying out from their respective houses for food. It becomes a most wicked, most worrisome and insensitive act by the State Government who could not raise a single palliative, to move bulldozers into the market where these hungry citizens depend on, to destroy their wares in their absence.

What is wrong with the human blood that runs in the veins of the Rulers in Government? Why are Nigeria Politicians the most callous in the World? Why are they so reckless with Power? To think that these people cannot get Justice in any Court of Law makes it even worse. To think that this act of lawlessness will pass without a word of apology or any form of compensation is to say the least.

Fellow, Biafrans Bayelsa! You must raise up to the occasion, understand that the Politicians in present day Nigeria don't have your interest at heart. They are after their selfish gains. They can inflict any level of pain on you just to amass wealth for their families. They don't care if a hundred of you die.

Join Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and fight for your Freedom from the cages of deprivation and subjugation. Stand up and join the leading voice to say Enough is enough. BIAFRA AND NO GOING BACK.
This wickedness must surely be revisited one Day.


Reported by:
Kingsley Uchenne
For: Bayelsa State Media

Written by:
Ngozichukwu Ada-Dav
For: Bayelsa State Media

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Bayelsa State Media

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