Friday, 22 April 2016

THE SHEEP HEARS THE VOICE OF THE SHEPHERD AND FOLLOWS HIM..By Uzor King Solomon.


A new born biafra saboteur Dr. gozie ifedi and co.

In all truth I tell you, anyone who does not enter the sheepfold through the gate, but climbs in some other way, is a thief and a bandit. That is what the likes of Dr Ikeddife have come to do with ‪#‎IPOB‬.. He who enters through the gate is the shepherd of the flock; and the ‪#‎Shepherd‬ of IPOB worldwide is ‪#‎NnamdiKanu‬.. the gatekeeper lets him in, the sheep hear his voice, one by one he calls his own sheep and leads them out.
Nnamdi Kanu has brought out all those that are his, he goes ahead of them, and we that are his followers follow because we only knows Kanu voice. IPOB will never follow a stranger, but will run away from the likes of Dr Ikedife and Okorocha because we do not recognise the voices of these strangers.'
The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. Many had in the past come, but their voices were not heard.. Nnamdi Kanu have come so that we may have our FREEDOM from our OPPRESSORS and have LIBERTY to the full. #NnamdiKanu is the shepherd of IPOB all over the world, He has laid down and put his life for ‪#‎Biafra‬ to be liberated.. And under his voice and command, Biafra shall be restored..

The hired man, Ikedife and his cohorts since they are not the shepherd and IPOB do not belong to them, will abandon IPOB as soon as they sees a wolf coming, and runs away, and then the wolf attacks and scatters IPOB; they will run away because they are only a hired criminals and has no concern for IPOB. But we know our Shepherd, when he calls us, we hear his voice and follow him.. Nnamdi Kanu know his own and his own knows him, just as the Father knows everything even the secrets in the heart of men; Nnamdi Kanu is ready to lay down his life for IPOB, and IPOB is ready to make any sacrifice for Him.

There are other sheep Kanu have that are not of this fold, and he must bring them back to this FOLD.. They too will listen to his voice during the call for REFERENDUM and there will be only one flock, one shepherd.
This generation has been mandated to restore that which was promised by the Father to be restored upon the face of the earth, #BIAFRA. because we would lay down our life's in order to RESTORE that which was stolen from us.. No man born of flesh will stop us.. All hail Biafra‪#‎FreeNnamdiKanu‬

Who Cares About Biafra Anyway?By JEFFREY D. BLUM, February 25, 1969







(This is another story about Biafra. We all know about Biafra--it's where a million people have starved to death in the past six months. One million people. Think about that for a minute. There are almost five thousand Harvard undergraduates. If each one of us died two hundred times, that would be almost a million deaths. Almost, but not quite. Yes, we all know about Biafra.)


THE UNITED STATES government never meaningfully recognized that the Biafran situation existed until this month. The government had not even breathed the possibility of official U.S. recognition of Biafra as a nation, predominantly as a result of the archaic "one-Nigeria" policy which America inherited from Britain and has guided State Department attitudes toward West Africa for years.

Earlier this month the State Department sent a six-man fact-finding mission to examine the needs of both Nigeria and Biafra and to make recommendations to the U.S. government about the necessary forms and amount of possible aid. Senator Charles E. Goodell (R.-N.Y.), accompanied by his administrative assistant--Charles W. Dunn--was in charge of the mission's diplomatic aspects.

Four experts on African problems, led by Jean Mayer, professor of Nutrition at the School of Public Health, also treked to Biafra. They made detailed studies of the supplies and health of both sides of the conflict, but they concentrated on Biafra because of the huge gaps in America's knowledge of the situation there due to the lack of diplomatic links with that area. Mayer said "At least this (the mission) means the State Department realizes that Biafra will probably survive for at least the immediate future."

The Mission has prepared a 36-page report, edited by Mayer, which calls for an immediate ceasefire as the only way to provide adequate food and medical supplies, a halt of the atrocities being committed against Biafran civilians, and a huge increase in the amount of relief supplies. The report blasts the United States and the United Nations, except UNICEF, for their failure to aid the Biafrans. In a foreward to the report, Sen. Goodell states "It was our purpose to fill America's factual void" on Biafra. "May these findings bestir the world's leaders to prevent an indirect form of genocide."

Right now, with the report still at the printer's, it's a moot point whether or not America will carry out the report's recommendations. Chances are good when you consider that Goodell is a leading Republican and that Nixon seemed to smile at the Mission's purposes. On the debit side is the influence of Great Britain, who, along with the Russians, are arming the Nigerians. No matter what the State Department does with the report, or doesn't do, if this report of starvation doesn't stir well-fed America, perhaps, as E. E. Cummings once suggested, we'd better "Burry the Statue of Liberty because it begins to stink like hell."

BEFORE the civil war, Biafra differed from most developing nations because it had a good supply of food and water, and sound public health policies with many physicians, nurses, hospitals, and clinics. Following the slaughter of 40,000 Ibos in 1966, about two million Ibos and other minority groups left their positions throughout Nigeria and fled to Biafra. Additional refugees continue to pour into Biafra to avoid capture by the Nigerian troops who have gained a reputation for slaughtering whole villages.

While Biafra originally encompassed 29,000 square miles, present boundaries now enclose only about one-fourth of that area. This remaining territory is totally landlocked and does not contain the former Biafra's most fertile land. The Mission asserts that somewhere between eight and nine million Biafrans live in this area, although many previous estimates have been as low as four million.

THE PREVAILING shortage of foods is likely to reach famine proportions during the next few months. Before the war Biafra was not only self-sufficient in food production, but the area exported some items to the rest of Nigeria. Proteins, however, have always been a problem, with 80 per cent coming from northern Nigeria and Europe. The land, sea, and air blockade imposed on this area by the Nigerians early in 1967, even before Biafra declared its independence, cut off normal food sources of proteins.
starving biafra children as a US foreign policy

Diversion of able-bodied Biafrans to defense has weakened further Biafra's agricultural output. Dislocation of markets and transportation snafus have spurred inflation to astronomical heights.

To remedy the situation as best as possible, Biafra has established an Emergency Food Production Program, aimed at the total mobilization of all available resources for increased food production. To expand production, a special unit of males between the ages of 12 and 35 who are not in military service receive farming training. Their goal is to clear 100 acres for agricultural use in each village.

The smuggling of food from Nige- rian-held territory into Biafra has been discouraged severely by both armies. Only a trickle of food reaches Biafra from this route anyway, but some of the smuggled food was found to contain poisonous ingredients. Deliberate poisoning of food supplies was suspected first in 1967 when several deaths were thought to be caused by toxic foods. Of 1487 samples of salt--the principal item being smuggled in--which were tested by Biafrans during the last part of 1968, 20 samples contained toxic quantities of arsenic and 50 contained cyanide.

Mayer said that several samples collected by the Mission which could not have been "fixed" by the Biafrans were submitted to the Food and Drug Administration upon the group's return. "The samples contained arsenic, the Administration confirmed the Biafran reports." Mayer said.

Right now there are outright starvation conditions among the refugees. Acute protein deficiency is widespread among all Biafrans. The Mission's members reports that, they never saw one child in satisfactory nutritional condition in any of the camps they visited. Mass feedings must be made under the most difficult of situations: distribution centers and refugee camps are bombed and strafed if any large numbers of people are visible in the daylight. Red Cross insignias are singled out for special attention by Nigerian bombers. Mayer saw one European engaged in working on the Biafran side of the war front carry 117 dying children in his truck to a hospital in a single night.

"WHILE visiting several hospitals," Mayer reports, "we saw children on the floor between the beds, along the outside corridors, and often two or ore to each bed. There was not one well nourished child among the 80 seen in one 20-bed ward. Particularly disturbing to witness was one small girl with the arm in a cast, the victim of a bombing attack, who refused to come out from beneath her bed, afraid of the bombs. Children as young as 16 months of age were observed running into bunkers when they heard the first warning shots before the bombs fall."
starving biafra children.













http://www.thecrimson.com/article/1969/2/25/who-cares-about-biafra-anyway-pithis/

OPEN LETTER TO BIAFRANS IN AMERICAN ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE, EVERYWHERE ALL OVER THE WORLD.

It is with a heavy heart I write you today our brothers in the American Army, to let you know that your people back home in Biafra land are being massacred, humiliated and dehumanized on a daily basis. And the need for you to form a formidable force and fight for the restoration of our dear nation Biafra, with everything within your arsenal.


The president of the republic of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari and Hausa-Fulani cabals have vowed to wipe out Biafrans from the face of the earth and occupy our land with impunity. Right now, Biafra land is under siege. The Fulani herdsmen cattle rearers (janjaweed) are invading our rural communities with AK47 rifles, other types of guns, machetes and explosives, destroying our farmlands, raping our mothers and sisters, killing our fathers and youths, and razing our building. 

Over 500 people were massacred in Agatu village Benue state of Biafra land, and their properties destroyed. Many were also killed in Awgu village in Enugu state and properties destroyed by this janjaweed. This Fulani janjaweed is now all over Biafra land killing us and claiming our land belongs to them.
When we came out to peacefully protest the illegal detention of our leader Nnamdi Kanu who is still in prison till now, and the restoration of Biafra, the Nigeria army, police and navy shot many of us dead and got many of  us wounded. 

On the 9th February 2016, the Nigerian army collaborated with police to massacred our people who were singing and praying for the release of our leader Nnamdi Kanu and the restoration of Biafra, at National High school Aba, and whisked away many of us who are yet to be released or seen, and carried  away the corpses of those of us they killed on the spot to clean up evidence, but little did they know that we are wiser because the video of that pogrom is all over the internet. They are killing us in our land and yet trying hard to tag us, terrorists. It is that bad.
Currently, in Biafra land, the Nigerian army, DSS, police and SARS are secretly kidnapping our youths and killing them. Everybody is living in fear as no one knows who is next. Our principal officers are hunted like criminals because they are working for the restoration of our dear nation Biafra, even when self-determination is a universal law.

Hausa/Fulani and Yoruba oligarchy have conspired against us again like they did in 1967 to 1970. They have vowed to frustrate our businesses since we are the most enterprising people in the contraption called Nigeria. Markets where Biafrans trade, are razed down or demolished at random. In Lagos State, Yaba market, Ladipo market, Oshodi market were demolished by Lagos state government without prior notice to the Biafran traders who make up over 90% of the traders in those markets. Ikosi area of Ketu market was burnt down. In Abuja, Gwagwalada market was demolished, and in Kano Sabongari market has been razed down twice. Even today April 21, 2016 , in Lagos, not less than 50 shops of Biafrans has been razed down. One Nigeria is dead already.

It is no longer news that Boko haram is killing our people who are living in the northern Nigeria in hundreds of thousands and destroying their properties, but the worst news is that Nigerian government does not allow us to carry our dead and bury them in Biafra land rather they are buried in mass grave in Hausa/Fulani land This, you know is a sacrilege in Biafra land because Biafrans do not bury their dead in a foreign land.

I call on all the indigenous people of Biafra, serving in US Army, Navy, and Airforce to stand up and add your voices in the fight for the restoration of our dear nation, Biafra. Stand shoulder to shoulder with our leader Nnamdi Kanu, who is a prisoner of conscience (POC). 

If you are from Izon, Itsekiri, Igbo, Ibibio-Efik, Igala, Idoma, Igbanke, Ogoni, Kalabari, Ikwere, Okirika, Igbo-Akiri serving in the US military, know that time to restore Biafra is now and all hands need to be on deck. For the sake of our fathers, mother, brothers and sisters that died during the war from 1967 to 1970 and those being killed and massacred now, and our yet unborn generation, come let us restore Biafra. If we fail to restore Biafra now, we shall all become history.
Written By Chijindu Ukah 
Edited By Ikechukwu Nwaorisa
For Biafra Writers

Biafra: We are almost there – Nnamdi Kanu tells supporters.


Leader of the indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu has commended his followers for continuing with the pro-Biafra agitation.
Kanu, who is facing criminal charges before a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja delivered his message through the group’s spokespersons.

According to IPOB spokespersons, Dr. Clifford C. Iroanya and Barr. Emma Mmezu, the detained Radio Biafra director gave the message during a solidarity visit to him in the prison.

They quoted him as saying:
“I wish to commend and congratulate millions of IPOBians the world over, whose tenacity and exemplary steadfastness to the course is and will always remain a great source of joy and inspiration for me.

“It is noteworthy and very commendable, that despite the spirited antics of our adversaries, the struggle has gathered the desired, awareness, momentum, sympathy and outright support, way beyond our expectations.

“Your total commitment to the struggle and your determination and focus as a well disciplined mass movement has gotten the attention of the world and frightened the enemy stiff.

“As our journey to the promised land progresses beautifully, since we left Egypt, it is important to always remind ourselves that our progeny will forever remain grateful to us for our many sacrifices today. We are almost there.
“As the oppressor panic, they unwittingly wobble from one blunder to another, time is running out and Pharaoh and his army clearly has no choice than to let my people go. I remain very proud of you all. Thank you.”

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Heroes never die.