Igbo Man Writes Open Letter To Biafrans In American Army

By KayCee April 23, 2016 16:41

Chijindu Ukah writes an open letter to Biafrans in American army, navy and air force asking to form a force and fight for the restoration of the Biafra.


“It is with a heavy heart I write you today our brothers in the American army, to let you know that your people back home in Biafra land are being massacred, humiliated and dehumanized on a daily basis. And the need for you to form a formidable force and fight for the restoration of our dear nation Biafra, with everything within your arsenal.
“The President of the Republic of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari and Hausa-Fulani cabals have vowed to wipe out Biafrans from the face of the earth and occupy our land with impunity. Right now, Biafra land is under siege. The Fulani herdsmen cattle rearers (janjaweed) are invading our rural communities with AK47 rifles, other types of guns, machetes and explosives, destroying our farmlands, raping our mothers and sisters, killing our fathers and youths, and razing our building.
“Over 500 people were massacred in Agatu village Benue state of Biafra land, and their properties destroyed. Many were also killed in Awgu village in Enugu state and properties destroyed by this janjaweed. This Fulani janjaweed is now all over Biafra land killing us and claiming our land belongs to them.
“When we came out to peacefully protest the illegal detention of our leader Nnamdi Kanu who is still in prison till now and the restoration of Biafra, the Nigeria army, police and navy shot many of us dead and got many of us wounded.
“On February 9, the Nigerian army collaborated with police to massacred our people who were singing and praying for the release of our leader Nnamdi Kanu and the restoration of Biafra, at National High school Aba, and whisked away many of us who are yet to be released or seen, and carried away the corpses of those of us they killed on the spot to clean up evidence, but little did they know that we are wiser because the video of that pogrom is all over the internet. They are killing us in our land and yet trying hard to tag us, terrorists. It is that bad.
“Currently, in Biafra land, the Nigerian army, DSS, police and SARS are secretly kidnapping our youths and killing them. Everybody is living in fear as no one knows who is next. Our principal officers are hunted like criminals because they are working for the restoration of our dear nation Biafra, even when self-determination is a universal law.
“Hausa/Fulani and Yoruba oligarchy have conspired against us again like they did in 1967 to 1970. They have vowed to frustrate our businesses since we are the most enterprising people in the contraption called Nigeria. Markets where Biafrans trade, are razed down or demolished at random. In Lagos State, Yaba market, Ladipo market, Oshodi market were demolished by Lagos state government without prior notice to the Biafran traders who make up over 90% of the traders in those markets. Ikosi area of Ketu market was burnt down. In Abuja, Gwagwalada market was demolished, and in Kano Sabongari market has been razed down twice. Even today April 21, 2016 , in Lagos, not less than 50 shops of Biafrans has been razed down. One Nigeria is dead already.

‘It is no longer news that Boko Haram is killing our people who are living in the northern Nigeria in hundreds of thousands and destroying their properties, but the worst news is that Nigerian government does not allow us to carry our dead and bury them in Biafra land rather they are buried in mass grave in Hausa/Fulani land. This, you know is a sacrilege in Biafra land because Biafrans do not bury their dead in a foreign land.
“I call on all the indigenous people of Biafra, serving in US army, navy, and air force to stand up and add your voices in the fight for the restoration of our dear nation, Biafra. Stand shoulder to shoulder with our leader Nnamdi Kanu, who is a prisoner of conscience (POC).
“If you are from Izon, Itsekiri, Igbo, Ibibio-Efik, Igala, Idoma, Igbanke, Ogoni, Kalabari, Ikwere, Okirika, Igbo-Akiri serving in the US military, know that time to restore Biafra is now and all hands need to be on deck. For the sake of our fathers, mother, brothers and sisters that died during the war from 1967 to 1970 and those being killed and massacred now, and our yet unborn generation, come let us restore Biafra. If we fail to restore Biafra now, we shall all become history.”



By KayCee April 23, 2016 16:41