Biafra for Trump
This week, we bring to you our weekly digest to enable your news week end with a bang; events in and outside Biafra land will ensure our week- ends on a note of awareness.

Bloody week as a result of Trump’s inauguration will not easily leave the memories of the people of Biafra. The celebration of Trump’s emergence ensured murder of the indigenous People of Biafra. Nigerian army commanded by Muhammadu Buhari unleashed terror that turned the feast of joy into a feast of sorrow. Over 20 Biafrans have been confirmed dead; 11 died at a spot while nine died as a result of injuries sustained. The murder of over 20 Biafrans will make our signature headline for this week.

Muhammed Buhari has not shown his real identity as Christian-aid workers in the North were bombed severally; killing over 100 civilians and not one aid worker spared. Buhari has claimed the bombing was a mistake while critical scripts shows doing the work of Boko Haram for them.

Gambian Dictator, Jammeh has stepped down after ECOWAS wisely picked different mediation team. Muhammadu Buhari had gone to mediate but woefully failed as his moral status was questioned; he looked towards a war path which was averted by the intervention of other African leaders that mediated.

Christian religious leaders are beginning to wake up as killing of Christians is becoming an easy thing of joy, with significant leaders today ordering members to kill any Fulani herdsman seen near the church or home. The order became imperative when the Government looks supportive of the terrorist group.

For the first time in history of Africa; an Institution got the attention of Donald Trump and got invited to the inauguration of American President. Nnamdi Kanu (IPOB) was given a V.I.P slot for IPOB to be officially represented. This is a move that shows that Biafra agitation is gaining the needed momentum to be restored.

Everyday, Muhammadu Buhari celebrates victory over Boko Haram but the next day he is dropping bombs and fighting Boko Haram. Oby Ezekwesili has dispelled the Sambisa capture claim by Muhammadu Buhari. When has Camo Zairo become Sambisa Forest? Muhammadu Buhari is nothing but a deceit.

Paul Arkwright has said he supports united Nigeria; why won’t he support it when his children are living comfortably in England while our own die every day here. Does he know the pains one Nigeria brings to us? He is only after oil at the detriment of the people.

As earlier prophesied by the leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi kanu, the Lagos State government has marked the Ladipo Market for demolition in two weeks time. Biafrans in Lagos are already shedding tears and lobbying which would later be futile. Go back home and build your business where you will be safe; that is the lesson so far and we can’t wait for the market to be demolished. Our people need to learn the hard way.

The new leadership of Ohaneze Ndigbo has promised to support the struggle for Biafra restoration championed by Nnamdi Kanu. Who knows if this is not a mere word because Buhari is capable of buying them any time. Will they ever see money and reject it? That is the big question there; because the people have lost confidence in Ohaneze Ndigbo.

The River line People of Biafra staged a walk out as a result of abuse from Nigerian government; Buhari had come to beg so that there would be free flow of oil to continue developing the North but less than 24 hours he left; a crude oil pipeline in Ughelli was vandalized which is a clear message that his visitation is futile.

The staunch supporters of a dictator who has a prisoner of conscience in his facility are beginning to feel the heat of dictatorship. They have taken money and thought they are safe with him; they report everything to support the dictator but he has turned against them. The Journalists and Publishers of Sahara Reporters and Premium Times are under attack, arrested and detained simply for going against the agreement that they should never publish what is against the government.

We bring to an end this week’s digest and will be coming your way next week. We set the pace and others follow.

Editor/Publisher: Chinwe Korie
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