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Sunday, 15 January 2017

THE ASSASSINATION OF A BIAFRAN CHUKS OKEBATA, A USA VETERAN BY SUSPECTED MEN OF THE NIGERIA MILITARY

THE ASSASSINATION OF A BIAFRAN CHUKS OKEBETE, A USA VETERAN BY SUSPECTED MEN OF THE NIGERIA MILITARY





Published by Family Writers

A respected US Army Veteran Chuks Okebata, Former Ship Navigator at USS Nassau (LHA-4) Former Navigation Petty Officer at US Navy was shot dead in an alleged case of ‘broad day light assassination’. According to the tip we got from Chima Ndiukwu who claims to be cousins with the late Chuks, ‘my Cousin Chuks Okebata, A USA Veteran, who has spent most part of his life working and defending the United States of America.

After a very long time living in the USA, and because of the love he has for his country Nigeria and his home town (Umuduruorie Umuomumu Mbieri in Mbaitoli LGA) he started building a house at home as a bond that make him to be frequenting his mother land. Just as he returned last Xmas to spend his vacation in Nigeria and also to move into his new home. At Exactly 5pm on the 12th of Jan 2017, some gun men abducted and shot him’.


He continued to say,‘for all I know about my cousin, he has always been a free, gentle, and relates to everyone irrespective of your age. He’s survived by his two lovely sons and a wife (he has been in a serious battle with his wife in the US). A bounty has been placed on anybody with any clue whatsoever that can lead to the arrest of the Hoodlums. .

Meanwhile intelligence gathering says that he might be killed by Nigeria government believing that his coming to Nigeria was to help the agitation for the restoration of Biafra. Intelligence gathering says that he might be monitored by Nigeria security forces from airport on that particular day he came into Nigeria





A sum of 2.5mil Naira reward as the family is out to seek Justice for the Assassinated son’. Already, friends of the late Chuks Okebata have since taken to social media with heart warming tributes to mourn his demise.



7 comments

  1. One more reason our dear nation BIAFRA has to be restored,may CHUKWU OKIKE ABIAMA accept your soul in his bossom,console your family for this lost,DISSINTEGRATE NIGERIA,and restore the nation of #BIAFRA.ISEH ISEH ISEH

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  2. I like biafra and I'm still biafran but dis article is full of shitty lies to believe that the reason why the guy was killed is bcos they assumed he came to help the agitators in fighting the Nigerian army, that's bullshit, there's no truth to that, is he the only person that will fight if fighting ensue lol nna biko nu kwuoo nu ife di real

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  3. I think Buhari and his killer agents killed this Biafran. They think he is one of those in Diaspora who might have come to assist in military defense of helpless Biafrans under attack. We can't rule out this possibility because Buhari is so desperate and confuse cus Biafra is winning the war

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  4. I am speechless. Anyone still asking why we need BIAFRA restoration by now should ask himself / herself serious questions bc BIAFRA related killings are everyday event. It will NEVER stop until BIAFRA is restored. The ONLY legacy our generation can leave for our children and their children's children is : BIAFRA Sovereign State. Complete BIAFRA FREEDOM.

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  5. I am speechless. Anyone still asking why we need BIAFRA restoration by now should ask himself / herself serious questions bc BIAFRA related killings are everyday event. It will NEVER stop until BIAFRA is restored. The ONLY legacy our generation can leave for our children and their children's children is : BIAFRA Sovereign State. Complete BIAFRA FREEDOM.

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  6. Chai! We have lost a gem. He should have been very helpful in building the Biafran military when the time comes. Let us learn from this. May his gently soul rest in peacce.

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  7. may his gentle soul rest in peace.chukwuokikeabiamama nara ndusing.

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