21st May 2018
Honestly, in Awka today, Nigeria has witnessed a historical and unforgettable moment in history. Todays event in Awka, Anambra State, has a place in the history of mankind. On this day, Biafrans on invitation stormed Ekweme Square on their countless numbers where the Ohanaeze Ndigbo scheduled the unacceptable restructuring summit -meeting that is mapped out to decimate and get Biafra land sold to the Hausa Fulani caliphates across the northern part of Nigeria and beyond.
The Restructuring summit was a game plan by the men of Nigeria security agencies, northern elders, Ohanaeze Ndigbo and other political murderers to possibly enslave Biafrans more into unmerited entity called Nigeria which will never be condoled by Biafrans and across the globe. That is the reason why they have matched out in their numbers to say enough to the unwanted coalition of the so called Igbo elites (Ohanaeze Ndigbo) and their pay masters.
Furthermore, there is still more reports reaching our news desk from Family Writers’ Journalists on ground, that the Nigeria Security agencies were deployed by the puppet masters (Ohanaeze Ndigbo) a social-cultural group that claims to be the leaders of Igbo people in general with their weapons to decimate innocent lives that did nothing but just the fact that they asked for their right to freedom of speech. The report is that many had been seriously wounded including a Journalist who explained further, that he was there to give accurate report to the citizens but his right was equally violated and he got himself in a terrible situation by the Nigerian Army.
Family Writers Press correspondent has reported that, a serious protest has erupted in the venue where the so called Ohanaeze Ndigbo scheduled for their restructuring summit. He therefore condemned the unjust and such cruel act against the innocent Biafran citizens who honored the invitations as sent by the Organization.
The indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) have right for self-determination, Self-defense, Freedom of Speech and equally have right for self-expression as enshrined in the 1999 Nigerian constitution (as amended). And African charter on Human and peoples rights, which was adopted on June 27th 1981 by the OAU and entered into force on October 21st 1986, of which Nigeria is a signatory to. Nigeria is not equally an exception to United Nations declaration on human and peoples rights of indigenous people. The puppet master Nnia Nwodo is seriously planting a time bomb that will consume him and his entire generation in time to come.