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Tuesday, 19 January 2016

What can people do when peaceful protests turns bloody?

What can people do when peaceful protests turns bloody?
By Sammy Idika

HOW MANY WILL DIE BEFORE THE WORLD WILL SEE?
What can people do when peaceful protests turns bloody?
Why are we not accepted in Nigeria and at the same time we are not allowed to go?

What have we done to deserve all these?

What is the definition, value and sanctity of life in the Nigerian context?

I suggest that since this Protest is no longer peaceful and lives are being lost daily. Let the ‪#‎IPOB‬ get option B, C, or D . But if there is no other option left than to come out to die like cows, then we better rethink.

To me, definition of peaceful is not when I am dying and the other is happy. We are trying to be peaceful according to #IPOB so that the world will know that we are civilized, but in a situation where the world is not paying attention to the dying unarmed youths of ‪#‎Biafra‬, what point are we then trying to make?

This is annoying and pathetic. #IPOB should go to plan "B" (if they have any) because this "Peaceful=Bloody" Protest is no longer encouraging.

‪#‎FreeNnamdiKanu‬ ‪#‎FreeBiafra‬
—feeling annoyed.

6 comments

  1. Yes,people should not be murdered for been peaceful.

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  2. It has come to where peaceful protest is no longer a course to follow so I suggest we start killing them back. William Wallace fought for freedom though he didn't witness it but it was achieved. It's time we stand up against Nigeria defend our course for the sake of our children and future. IT'S Time to fight now not tomorrow.

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  3. The bible recognised that we should watch and pray. We will longer close our eyes because we are praying Biafran let's watch and play. It come to a time were Jesus has to be angry against people not His father's house accordingly and Jesus weep them and chased them out. Nigeria will not hear anything except we begin to take over military base, police stations. If you didn't cast away the devil they will never go. Someday I will die weather am peaceful or not, in fact I have find out that peaceful people don't go far. The bible says those that save their lives will lose and those ready to lose it will save it.
    My community alone has more than 78 oil whale but none of worked in oil companies. This is no time to cry for any deaths let's face the death and see if it can take us once. Biafra has come to be and weapon can stop. God be by our side because God is not a partial God. His is God of freedom that's while he tell phaloh to let the israelit to go.

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  4. You're correct.. that's when people like me will come and join.. I can't use bare hands to protect when I know this heartless Nigeria hates me as a Biafra.. sorry no arms no me.. I prefer to fight to death than kill for nothing

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  5. Let the plan B begins, i am tired of watching my brother die like chiken just because they are being peaceful........ Let the plan B begins and let the world come to an end.

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