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Thursday, 11 January 2018

LIKE OMOKU, LIKE OZUBULU, ALL IN BIAFRALAND

LIKE OMOKU, LIKE OZUBULU, ALL IN BIAFRALAND

By Benjamin Nnanna
For Family Writers Press

The ugly incidents of gruesome massacres that took place at Omoku - Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area (ONELGA) of Rivers state on the 31st of December 2017, after a crossover church service that ushered in the new year 2018, and that of Ozubulu church attack earlier in 2017 in Anambra state, give definitive similarities of the murderer's agenda. It can never be a matter of coincidence. The two accounts register targeted victims are just Christians. Omoku group of Christians were mowed down on their way home after church service while the Ozubulu group were killed in cold blood right inside the church auditorium during service.

There was absolutely no grouse with these innocent people with their killers. There was no record of kidnapping or robbery incidents.

ACTIONS OF THE SECURITY OPERATIVES

It surprises nobody that true to the antecedents of the Nigerian Security Officials, a whole lot of underground masquerading went into play and at last, the gullible had no option than to fall with tainted admiration for their lies and deceits which were ably aided by the politicians. In both the Omoku and Ozubulu killings, the security operatives in less than 24 hours dished out their analytical reports (Press statements) linking the masterminds to the activities of kidnappers, cult kingpins and drug lords resident in South Africa amongst others. There has not been any report of arrests of perpetrators of the Ozubulu church attack whilst the Omoku killings have the security report of suspects tracked down, rounded up and the notorious kingpin and his two other members instantly killed in his Enugu residence. There was no room for arrest for any significant questioning but rather, a commando kind of operation was employed against the suspects.

POLITICAL RESPONSE

It is really disappointingly amazing to note the irresponsible responses of the two State Governors in whose domains the two incidents occurred. In the case of the Ozubulu killings, the State Governor - Willie Obiano said that the suspect (drug lord) known as "Bishop" was actually in Ozubulu when the incident occurred, but question is, why didn't the Police in their professional training that is if there is any, invite him for interrogation having been in possession of this information? There was no record of any arrest at all. Even when there was a purported suspect in Police custody, the governor yet guffed by saying that he only reported in his statement what the Inspector General of Police told him. And we know the rest of the story. This is supposedly, the State Chief Security Officer. What a shame! In the same vein, the Governor of Rivers State - Nyesom Ezebunwo Wike, came out to tell the rather confused public that the kingpin responsible for the murder of the over 20 innocent Christians in Omoku, has been rounded up and eliminated. We anxiously await the unfolding stories trailing the killing of the so-called suspect -  Don Wanny and two of his members, in the coming days.

Biafrans should wake up from their slumber and confront this systemic genocidal war being waged against Christians in the evil enclave called Nigeria and especially in Biafraland. There is more to all these than meets the eye. The Islamic Sharia jihad has commenced under different colorations and plots and ably coated and escorted by our supposed political representatives who have shamelessly sold out to whims and caprices of their caliphated Hausa-Fulani slavemasters. We must resist this raging storm of the Islamic North under the murderous agenda of the tyrannical Muhammadu Buhari and his vampiric brothers. It is a battle that must be waged in defense of our lives and that of our posterity.

Biafra Referendum is the only Panacea!

Nnamdi Kanu we must all support!!

Biafra must live!!!

Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press

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