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Biafra Fallen Heroes’ Day Not An Igbo Affair – IPOB

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​THE Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has said that the May 30 remembrance day for Biafra fallen heroes cannot be reduced to an Igbo affair.

In a statement by its Deputy Leader, Uche Mefor, IPOB, maintained that the spirit of the dead victims of alleged state killings in Igbo land had been invoked to haunt their killers and accomplices.


The statement said, “The souls and spirits of 140 unarmed, defenceless, non-violent and innocent citizens of Nigeria of southeast and south-south extractions, mostly composed of Igbo sons and a number of Igbo daughters between the ages of 20 and 35 years, who were brutally massacred in broad day light on May 30, 2016 have been invoked to eternally go after their killers and enemies of the Igbo nation as well as those who aided and abetted the gruesome massacre until they pay for their heinous crimes and atrocities committed.

“Other victims of Igbo killings in Igbo land including those killed during the IPOB non-violent protest and jubilation marches on December 2 and December 17,2015 in Onitsha; and IPOB peaceful protests in Aba on January 18 and 29, February 9, 2016 as well as the Ukpabi-Nimbo massacre of April 25, 2016 by the Fulani Janjaweed; were also remembered using the Igbo’s four sacred traditional market days/birthdays of Nkwo, Eke, Orie, and Afor.”

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The statement added that their spirit and those of Mrs. Chika Ibenemewere, have been invoked to go after their killers from generation to generation with afflictions of their own choice until those who massacred them or conspire to massacre them paid for then heinous crimes and atrocities.

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