Biafra: As the Cowardly Nigerian Army/ Python Continues To Dance in Biafraland, Boko Haram Gains Ground In Arewa
By Chinedu Ewulu
9th December 2016
A twin bomb blasts that was detonated by two female suicide bombers in Madagali town market, Adamawa State, have claimed the lives of 70 persons, with over 200 persons injured in the incident.
Madagali town Market records it's highest weekly traffic on Fridays and the suicide bombers detonated their bombs in a densely populated grains and second hand clothes sections of the market.
Hours after the twin blasts, the Nigerian military came out with their "Copy and Paste" aftermath speech - which is always inaccurate and falsified.
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According to the military spokesman, Major Badare Akintoye, he claimed that "at least 30 persons have been killed... and several other people injured." More to this falsehood, her "Main Gutter Media", Channels TV, reported that only 4 persons died in the incident; Guardian reported 30, news24.com - 56, naij.com - 32, thesummary.com - 56, while CNN reported that over 50 persons were killed.
Without any doubt, Muhammadu Buhari's government has resorted to media propaganda (what Hillary Clinton tagged as "an epidemic"), as a potent means of deceiving gullible Nigerians. In the real sense, Boko Haram has continued to unleash mayhem in the north eastern part of Nigeria 10 times more than the media reports it since May 2014 till date.
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To validate the above claim, the United Nations warned recently that the north eastern Nigeria faces the "largest crisis in Africa." The report also estimated that about "40 million persons will need outside help in 2017 because of the ongoing violence, particularly in Borno State, the epicentre of the rebellion." This assertion cannot be true if this Islamic sect has been technically defeated.
Despite this scenario that can best be described as a state of emergency in the North, Jihadist Buhari, president of the British republic of Nigeria, has preferred to engage over 60% of Nigeria's military force to Northern Biafra for a "python dance."
Reports have revealed that the Nigerian soldiers have erected countless military checkpoints in Northern Biafra as they harass, intimidate, extort, and torture Biafrans perceived to be IPOB's (Indigenous People Of Biafra) principal officers; all in their bid to frustrate the restoration of Biafra.
To this end, IPOB encourages the cowardly Nigerian army to keep "dancing" in Northern Biafra: at the end of the disco dance, she might be going back to meet an Islamic State of Arewa in northern Nigeria.
Written By Chinedu Ewulu
Published By Nwosu C.S
For Biafra Writers.
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