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Sunday, 22 November 2015

BIAFRA: After breach of contract, Amos 5 satellite mysteriously gone missing in the Orbit

BIAFRA:  After breach of contract, Amos 5 satellite mysteriously gone missing in the Orbit

Information reaching us from Israel says that Amos 5 satellite the initial carrier of Radio Biafra signal has mysteriously gone incommunicado. The Israeli satellite company illegally terminated their contract with Radio Biafra 3 months ago when Nigerian government approached them with millions of dollars and ask them to terminate the contract they had with Radio Biafra. After accepting the offer from Nigeria government and the illegal termination of their contract with Radio Biafra, report reaching us from Israel says that the satellite has mysteriously gone completely incommunicado.  A mos 5 satellite owner Spacecom said he had no explanation for what specifically had caused it to lose contact with the satellite in the Orbit.

Amos 5, which was launched in 2011, includes 68 segments and covers the Middle East, Europe, and Africa. According to Spacecom records, Amos 5 has generated a total of $140 million in service orders. The satellite generates some $40 million in revenue annually and its worth is assessed at between $190 and $160 million.
The news that contact with Amos 5 has been lost comes as Eurocom, which owns 64.5% of Spacecom, is in the process of selling the company, whose market value recently stood at 1.1 billion shekels ($280 million).

4 comments

  1. Who can fight chukwu okike abiama and still remain?

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  2. Locust is coming to devour the Zoo ( Nigeria ) just watch out about the movement (Biafra ) which the the Leaders doesn't know that the movement this time around is bigger than them .

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  3. I told the company in a tweeter then that something is about to happen to them and today my words has happened. This is the beginning because I equally told them that they would be out of business.

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  4. chukwu okike abiama is our battle warrior he will vindicate us sooner than later they will remain jobless.

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