By Onumajuru Onyekachi MacSantos

Edited and published by Joseph Afokwalam

For decades, the Nigerian government has been using the deceitful slogan, "police is your friend", to lure the masses to mental slavery and brainwashing. Ironically, Nigerian Police "Force" is the pure definition of demonic practice and #evil act on indigenous people. Nigerian security agents have committed more atrocious acts than criminals and hoodlums. The government established those security institutions to suppress the masses by trick, intimidation, or killing. 

Their British masters know that the time will come when the masses will turn against the government. Just like Bob Marley said, "you can deceive some people for some time, but you can't deceive all the people all the time". After the nationwide #EndSARS protest, the government smartly changed the name from SARS to Rapid Response Security (RRS). Still, it didn't change the chronic killer policemen in uniform.

   According to research and statistics, Nigeria's security agents have killed more citizens than terrorists in Nigeria. They are specialists in killing the innocent and unarmed masses. At the same time, the security agents cowardly run away from terrorists and bandits in Northern Nigeria. Nigeria security agents have never recorded any victory against terrorists. They only remember where their triggers are when they see unarmed citizens. It is common knowledge that Nigerian security agents kill innocent citizens and rape women and girls without repercussion.

On 14th September 2017, countless Biafrans were gruesomely murdered and females raped by Nigerian security agents in various states in Biafraland. Twenty-eight able-bodied youths were killed in the compound of the IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. The killing festival is still ongoing in Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, Delta, Imo and Rivers states.

How about the #End SARS protest, which claimed the lives of thousands of youths in Nigeria, especially in Lagos State. The Nigerian army shot live ammunition directly at unarmed protesters with Placards at the Lekki toll gate.

A few days ago, pandemonium broke out in Abia state polytechnic, where members of the Rapid Response Security (RRS) gang-raped a student in the school hostel at gunpoint. This atrocious act triggered emergency protests by students where former SARS known as (RRS) indiscriminately shot at unarmed students at close range. Many were killed, and RRS bullets wounded uncountable. It was a black Friday in Aba Abia state. As it stands now, the students have abandoned the school. The police/security paid to protect them are the ones killing them without any form of provocation.

The Nigeria government successfully recruited wild animals with previous criminal records and injected them into security agencies. Many of them are the so-called repentant Bokoharam. Those policemen have been secretly killing innocent citizens, harvesting their kidneys, liver and body parts for business. A lot of indigenous people killed by (RRS) were buried without whole body parts. Women and girls were raped daily; the cases were swept under the carpet if they complained to the same police station. The worst part of it is that the governors are aware of these widespread atrocities. They still kept criminal silence because the people killed and raped are not their children or relations.


   It is high time citizens take the bull by the horn because the killing festival has resurrected and resurfaced. We see dead bodies with bullet wounds dumped on our forests with missing parts. Announcements of missing persons are everywhere on social media, newspapers, radio and television stations. This Fulani APC government is not doing anything to protect ordinary citizens. Anyone who travels is unsure of getting to their destination because of police menace on the road. People should defend themselves; the saying that police is your friend does not apply to Nigeria. They can't protect lives and properties, instead, they take lives in Nigeria.

In Biafra, we stand

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