Open letter to His Excellency General Yakubu Gowon - On the Killing of Your Own People in JOS

Open letter to His Excellency General Yakubu Gowon - On the Killing of Your Own People in JOS

Your Excellency General Yakubu Gowon, I want to appreciate you. Even in the face of provocation, you are calm and supportive. It shows the father you are.

I feel like shouting your name on the rooftop. I feel great each time I remember that you said that your name GOWON means -  Go On With One Nigeria.

Sir you're the best thing that happened to our country Nigeria. I want to ask that you ask your people; the people of Plateau state not to retaliate in the face of what is happening today. It is all part of our history.

It was the Igbos in the late 60s; 1966, 1967-1970. Whatever that happened to the Igbos are just part of the history of our great nation. Today, the focus is on your people; the people of Plateau state and the greater North Central people of Nigeria. What is happening today is just a rewrite of our history as a country. After all these, we must remain a country. Go On With One Nigeria. Inugo?

I know how happy you are today irrespective of where we find ourselves. It shows how great a statesman that you are.

Your Excellency sir, we must keep Nigeria as one. To the above, I want to ask that your people; the people of Plateau state and the greater North Central Nigeria should remain calm, bury their dead and move on with one Nigeria.

The people of Eastern Nigeria lost over three million people and in estimated valuable properties in an attempt to keep Nigeria one, so what is happening today shouldn't divide this country. It is another sacrifice in keeping a great nation such as we find ourselves.

Your Excellency sir, pardon me to say that my problem with Nigeria is our lack of respect for human lives. I would like you to use your good position to effect reasonable change in this area. A little respect to the sanctity of life will do, because we don’t know who will be next. 

To my people: The Igbos- I urge you to also devote your praying effort in praying for our estimated 3 million loved ones who we lost during the war as well.  A war that most family never recovered from. 

Your Excellency sir, I don't know the possibility of you reading this letter, but if you do, I just want to appreciate you.

Thank you for your understanding on this letter.
Author: Sunday Nnajiude 
Edited by:  Igbo TV - Editorial Team
Washington, DC, USA

Ndewo nu!

 

 

 

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LETTER TO BECO:-(Tell Gbong Gwom)

I write this from a thousand miles away from Home...
 

I have heard the pains and agony of my people...

I see the cleansing of my Nation...
I have no more tears left in my eyes...  
Tell Gbong Gwom...
The land that he rule, is red with the Blood of his own people...
The people he rule have become desolate... They are without a Home...
The Home they once call theirs, has been burnt and destroyed...

Tell Gbong Gwom:-
Husbands have become widowers...
Wives have become widows -
Children have become Orphans...
No one to rescue them...
Tell Gbong Gwom...

Fathers are burying their Wives and Children
Mothers are burying their husbands and ChildrenChildren are burying their Fathers and Mothers...
Some have no one to bury them, all families slaughtered...

 

 

 

 

 

Tell Gbong Gwom...
Those who came to celebrate Nzem Birom, have been killed...
Those who joyfully displayed our cultural dance before him, have been slaughtered - Those who came from the villages of Riyom and B/Ladi to showcase our traditional delicacies have been roasted..
Those who came out to pay him homage have been buried...

Tell Gbong Gwom...
That the Strength of his Kingdom lies on the shoulder of his People...
The bodies of his subjects are littered on the street of their homes..
That his throne is growing weaker and weaker with the death of a single subject...
Soon, his Kingdom and Nation will go extinct...

Tell Gbong Gwom...
Those that were killed, have gone to the graves with the culture...
Those that will preserve the culture, are gone
Those who are killing his subjects, will surely come for his head..
Sooner or later he will have no subjects to rule
Tell Gbong Gwom, I have no more tears, left in my eyes..

 

 

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