FAMILY WRITERS PRESS:BIAFRA: OUR HEROES AND HEROINES WE CELEBRATE, AND WHY WE CELEBRATE THEM



Biafra our heroes and heroines we celebrate and why we celebrate two part one the riots for the war led by boyfriend women in the provinces of Lavar and ovary and Bovril and in november in december of 1929 which was termed at the women right of 1929 but in a real sense i chose to call it Biafra women genocide 1929 or abbott women and resistance of 1929 thousands of Biafra women organized a massive insurrection against the policies imposed by british colonial administrators enviable and touching off the most serious challenge to British rule in the history of humanity the riot broke out among the thousands of big bull women from a bad district of new a and other places in eastern Nigeria traveled to the town of a lucrative protest against the war and Chiefs whom they accused of restricting the role of women in the government colonial police and troops were called in they fired into the crowds that had gathered at the Lavar & Overy killing more than 50 women and wounding over 50 others during the month war at least 25,000 a people women were involved in the protests against British officials these are the people we celebrate my same may their souls rest in the bosom of the Lord they will never be hated by evil British again and another episode in which to the massacre of evil indigenous people took place in Nigeria wasn't Jo's on 22nd of June 1945 hundreds of vehicles were slayed by the house of Fulani during the devastation and tens of thousands of pounds sterling worth of their belongings either ransack or devastated no single person and was detained or charged by the British regime nor an investigation set to determine the official cause of this grisly act ii denounce killing away people's and other boyfriends happened in Nakano in 1953 and in both cases thousands of bio foreign people with their families were ferociously herded into property plundered we celebrate the man women and the children of these victims between men October 1966 more than 30 thousand a people's and an other bar friends were killed in northern Nigeria and in between October 1966 and to 1967 more than 100,000 more were massacred in some instances pregnant and women were killed unborn babies pulled out of their wombs and murdered as well many of the victims were beheaded I saw the massacre will never be forgotten on October 5th 1967 during the bloody Nigerian by a French civil war federal troops occupy the peaceful town of asaba on the west bank of the Niger River they accused the people of supporting the retreated by for an army and for two days rampage the town killing hundreds of innocent unarmed citizens they are the people we celebrate they deserve our respect and homage then from July 6 1967 January 15 1970 more than the 3.5 million by friends were killed in Nigeria he had warned many civilians died mainly from starvation as a result of the federal blockade hundreds of live friends were killed again between 1993 to 1998 in northern Nigeria because of Masad Abiola the winner of June 12th elections in the same vein boyfriends were also massacred when abaca and Avila died between a June and July 7 1998 respectively on November 20th 1999 Nigerian military attack the avodah bails the state as part of the conflict resolution in the Niger Delta over 2500 men women and children were killed under the supervision of Nigerian government led by President Olusegun Obasanjo religious rights between Christians and Muslims over the introduction of Sharia law in Kaduna State in the year 2000 which was called Kaduna 2000 over 5000 by our friends were killed by murderous full-on ease we celebrate the people I say may your souls rest in peace because article in the news about the 2002 Miss World beauty contest to be held in Abuja in which Muslims took offense over 200 bf for a man women and children remelted knocked down by Hausa fool meek and the northern Nigeria Reverend Father Adam said to the Dead those who received on our behalf the death brought to our doorsteps I say rest in the peace you will not experience injustice and hatred again you will not be discriminated against of your tribe nor will you die anymore you are now with the righteous King to the Buried my fellow by a French I say be consoled your loved ones didn't die stealing or raping neither did the die kidnapping there's King as a belief that there is a limit to oppression that there comes a time in life when death is nobler than slavery they believe that freedom is never given but turned like historic Freedom Fighters they died on the road because their types never get to the promised land they only feel its view from a distance look at the biblical Moses look at Martin Luther King jr. in America they could only point at the promised land from the mountain distance written by a bellows shoddy beer an edited by Peter non so I can for family writers press

2 thoughts on “FAMILY WRITERS PRESS:BIAFRA: OUR HEROES AND HEROINES WE CELEBRATE, AND WHY WE CELEBRATE THEM

  1. WE WILL REMEMBER THEM NO MATTER WHAT OR WHO WE WILL REMEMBER THEM.

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