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Wednesday, 30 November 2016

"December 1, 2015, an unforgettable day in my life"---Family Writers's journalist recounts brutality of Nigerian security agencies

"December 1, 2015, an unforgettable day in my life"---Family Writers's journalist recounts brutality of Nigerian security agencies

By Moses Agbo
For Family Writers

Did you guys know why I take that day so special?
That is because, on the 1st of December 2015, I was arrested after the court case of our leader while we were on our match from Magistrate court to somewhere in Jabi Abuja.

I spent seventeen days in Keffi prison without food and with my ears so blocked.

I was subjected to all manner of incarceration just because I'm a Biafran, they carried all of us to the presidency and obtained false judgment of life imprisonment.

I can never forget that very day in my life, I thank Chukwu Okike Abiama for making me a Biafran and a true disciple of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu De great.

I also thank IPOB Abuja,Nassarawa for bringing Barr.Ifeanyi Ejiofor to defend me and others on 17th December 2015.

That was how Chukwu Okike Abiama brought Barr. Ifeanyi into this struggle and I'm very glad for that.

One thing that surprised me is that I saw my arrest in the spiritual realms before heading to the court that very day, I posted it while on my way and it happened.

I remember my battle with the SARS officers while in their custody.
I also remember how they later succumbed to my argument and made me their friend.
I remember how they stole my forty three thousand naira in my pocket.

Finally, I remember the courage my father gave me on phone when I called him and told him that I'm in prison because of Biafra.

My father, the ex-Biafra soldier told me to be happy that I was among of the chosen hero.
When I told him that I have been charged and sentenced for life imprisonment, he laughed and told me that I will not even spend two months in the prison unless if I'm not fighting a good fight, of which  after everything, the whole thing happened.

After my freedom, I became more formidable, committed and ever ready to die because of my father land, Biafra.
I'm happy for who I am in this struggle today, and I will never relent until Biafra and entire Africa is been liberated.

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