Nigeria Is An Animal That Feeds On Her Own Children For Survival

Nigeria Is An Animal That Feeds On Her Own Children For Survival

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Nigeria is really a childless female animal who was forced to adopt children from different mothers as her own. In other words, she is a stepmother and not a biological mother.

A mother is someone who gives birth to a child. A mother is a very LOVING, CARING, SELF SACRIFICING semi-god one has. A mother's happiness is the well being of her child. All her strives and toils are for the betterment of her child. But there's this mother I know, she loves her children so much. In fact, she lives on them. 

Their flesh is a delicious meal and their blood a sweet wine. She can do anything to get drunk in it. The thought of her ever-ready delicious meal takes her away to the distant world.

She's a lady constantly being raped by her husbandman (Britain), who forced an adoption on her since she doesn't have children of her own. The poor children have been snatched away from their MOTHERS "Biafra, Arewa and Oduduwa" and given to the wicked witch, knowing fully well that she's a cannibal. 

This wicked step-mother since 1945 started feeding on her step children, especially the most beautiful and smart ones (the children of Biafra). 

MASSACRE (City/Town and Year)

The 1945 massacre from 1945, Kano genocide in 1953, the 1966 pogrom where over 60,000 Biafrans were killed, the May 29th 1967 where over 200,000 Biafrans were killed, the 1967-70 where over 3,100,0000 killed during the bloody civil war (Including the Asaba Genocide), the Kano killing in 1980,  the Maiduguri killing in 1982, the Jiamenta killing in 1984, the killings in Gombe in 1985, Zaria 1987, Kaduna and Kafanchan 1991, Bauchi and Katsina 1991, Kano 1991, Zangon-Kataf 1992, Funtua 1993, Kano 1994, Kaduna 2000, Kaduna 2001, Maiduguri 2001, Jos Maiden Crisis-Setember 2001, Kaduna 2002, Jos-November 2008, Beheading of Gideon Akaluka in December of 1996 in a POLICE STATION in Kano, Saint Moritz killed December 2001, 

Post April 2011 Presidential Election: 10 youth-corps men & women and numerous citizens murdered because a Christian Southerner was elected, Jos Christmas Eve 2010, Madalla Christmas day 2011, Mubi January 6 2012, The many Igbo deaths caused by Boko Haram (which of course has the full backing of the northern elites), the various killings of Biafra peaceful protesters in various States that amounted to over 10,000 deaths of innocent Biafrans and so on. 

Fulani herdsmen have become another measure adopted by the northern elites, and they are killing at will; no one is talking apart from the Indigenous People of Biafra. 

So far so good, the suppressed LOVING mother BIAFRA is right here to take her children home and back into her arms where they belong and nothing is going to stop it.







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