Top Social Icons

Responsive Full Width Ad

Left Sidebar
Left Sidebar
Featured News
Right Sidebar
Right Sidebar

Monday, 25 April 2016

CIVIL WAR AFTERMATH, BABANGIDA CRIES OUT IN CLINIC



BIAFRA

Boomerang has catch up with Ibrahim Babangida, former head of state, as He finally broken silence about his illness. He was speaking with some reporters on April 24, Sunday, in his home in Minna, the Niger state capital. Babangida today is suffering over atrocities and pigeon committed against Biafrans between 1967 - 1970 Nigeria civil war that consumed almost 3.5 million Biafrans. Every bit of roll played during the massacre of Biafrans must catch up with people involved. Former military president debunking the rumours surrounding his indisposed state by his fellas, he made a surprising and shocking statement which he made available to recorders. “It is true I have minimised my appearance at public functions because of my ill health, but not to the level of incapacitation as being widely circulated in some media.” “For me, it doesn’t shock me neither bother me because I know I must go and meet God my Creator,” he added. “There is nothing really to worry about, my religion has told me. “Well, as a Muslim I strongly believe everybody will die. “Everybody will die and everybody has to die. “It could be now or in 100 years time or two days to come. “But it doesn’t matter. “Everybody must die. “You can see me attending to people, after which we all go in for our lunch and have our prayers before I retire for my siesta. “I am not incapacitated. “Nobody is above sickness or death because nobody is above what God has destined. “Everybody will fall sick or will die or either of their relations must die.” IBB further added that the future of Nigeria is bright and the dreams of Nigerians to declare their independence was worthwhile. “I still believe very strongly in this country, which is further demonstrated by the people of these great nation because they are very industrious people, hardworking,” former head of state added.
“That gives me the hope for Nigeria.” Babngida also disclosed that the injury received in his right leg as a result of the piercing of a bullet during the Civil War has been with him for quite sometime and its regular relapsing as an expected phenomenon. “When I was the president of the country, I had to travel to Germany where the sickness was diagnosed as Radiculopathy, which has troubled me since and as such relapses,” he said. In 2014 Babangida spent two months receiving treatment in Germany and there were many rumours that he wouldn’t return to Nigeria. Muhammed Babangida, his son, has recently confirmed his father’s illness, saying that IBB underwent surgery and is recovering. The illness of ex-president became public when he attended the valedictory dinner for Justice Fati Lami Abubakar, the former Niger state chief judge, was helped out of the event before the end".
Any one that thinks Chiukwuokike is not involved in defending his children (Biafrans) over the oppression and marginalization of Hausa/Fulani and Yoruba is making a very big mistake. General Gowon should take note of all these confessions and try to make or take drastic measures in correcting them. Gen. Gowon, I urge you to advice Buhari to give Biafrans Biafra to cut your roots short. BY Prince Richmond C. Amadi
Editor Udeagha Obasi
For UmuChiukwu Writers

2 comments

  1. Like he rightly said everyone shall die one day and thereafter face his creator. Now that you have agreed that death is inevitable and seems close, go ahead with your confession followed with restitution. Open your treasury and release our wealth in your custody as someone who wishes Nigeria well.

    ReplyDelete
  2. It is not enough to remember one's sins but to repent and make restitution before you meet the creator.

    ReplyDelete

Responsive Full Width Ad

Copyright © 2016 The Biafra Herald