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Monday, 7 January 2019

THE CALAMITOUS PERIL OF OPERATION PYTHON DANCE III AT SUCH A TIME LIKE THIS

THE CALAMITOUS PERIL OF OPERATION PYTHON DANCE III AT SUCH A TIME LIKE THIS

There has been trending news in the contraption called Nigeria, announcing the commencement of another misguided military expedition code named "Operation Python Dance III, by the fulanised Nigerian army within Biafraland. The ongoing criminal expedition in a relatively peaceful region, has recorded yet another round of forceful disappearances of some prominent hardcore Biafrans. Abducted so far are: Mazi Justice Ude and Mazi Emmanuel Chigbo whose homes were respectively and murderously invaded on Sunday 6th and Monday 7th of January 2019. Consequently, their whereabouts have remained mysterious.

Recall that in 2016 and 2017, Operation Python Dance I and II were dastardly perpetrated against Biafrans in Biafraland. That led to the colossal loss of innocent, young Biafrans, with an unforgettable account of the vampiric invasion of the residence of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in Afara-Ukwu Ibeku, Umuahia, Abia State. Over twenty eight (28) unarmed citizens were brutally murdered with properties worth millions of United States dollars, wantonly destroyed in that raid. Amnesty International in it's detailed investigation, reportedly accused the Nigerian army of killing at least one hundred and fifty (150) Biafran activists. Blood flowed ceaselessly across Biafraland as that despicable act of decimation lasted. This orgy of genocide orchestrated by the British aided Fulani Islamic servants in concert with their Yoruba slavish accomplices, dates back to 1967-1970 gruesome war. Nevertheless, it is painfully unfortunate to state here that no single individual has been held accountable for these horrendous carnage meted on the Biafran people with temerity.

 Within the last four years, 2015 - 2019, Boko Haram terrorists with their counterparts in Fulani killer herdsmen, have unabatedly slaughtered quite an unspecified number of Nigerian population and have equally taken over territories of rightful indigenous land owners. The Nigerian government, fully backed by it's nomadic military, ostensibly derive strength and pleasure at the mere sight of law abiding civilian population who bear the brunt of these terroristic onslaughts. This is disgustingly pathetic. Meanwhile,  the global community has stood aloof, watching and feigning ignorance as the Islamic government of Nigeria and it's military, criminally supported by the treacherous Southeast governors cum crass egocentric politicians, victimize, kill and maim their own people. This they do,  to maintain their relevance in Nigeria as they scheme to perpetrate yet another round of genocide in Biafraland in preparation for the ill-conceived and self-serving 2019 general election. This is the same country where her soldiers are steadily being sacrificed on the altar of Boko Haram terrorism in the Northeastern region. Their barracks are being overrun and taken over by the insurgents. The Nigerian army is shamelessly running away from the battle fronts with terrorists  under the flimsy excuse of inadequate weapons. But in Biafraland, they brazenly roll out armored tanks and brandish other military hardware against innocent Biafran citizens. What a shame of a country! Unity by force will never ever stand.

It is therefore important here to state that the international community should compel the Nigerian government to immediately and totally call off the planned 3rd phase of Operation Python Dance to avert the pending doom. Biafrans have patiently waited these past years for decency and common sense to prevail but to no avail. It should be noted that the Biafran people have reached elastic point of patience and can no longer condone further provocations.

A word is enough for the wise!

#FreeJusticeUdeNow
#StopOperationPythonDanceIII

Written by Godswill Leeleebari Gabriel

Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press

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