President Putin Admitted The Culpability of The Defunct USSR In Biafra Genocide of 1967-1970

If there really should be at the moment any subject of international political discourse, that then should revolve around the Sudanese impersonating personality, Jubril Aminu Al-Sudani, that is laying claim to being the current President of Nigeria. In his recent visit to Russia, he openly stated that the defunct Union of the Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR), actually played a definitive role in the unfortunate genocide committed in Biafraland by the Nigerian military government led by retired General Yakubu Gowon and other foreign allies of  theirs from 1967 to 1970. The shameless Sudanese impostor which represented Nigeria in the infamous Russia/Africa Summit that took place in Sochi, Russia, reminded President Vladimir Putin of the worst genocide ever to be carried out against the black race in human history. He read as usual, a well doctored document prepared for him by the Aso Rock based cabals in Abuja. USSR actively participated in that sorrowful decimation drive. President Putin having been touched by such despicable acts of inhumanity and injustice, exhibited some measure of remorsefulness over his country's participation in the most cruel and annihilative war levied against innocent Biafran citizens. Beneath is a lifted brief of that Abuja prepared document as contained in paragraph 4. It reads:

"Nigeria's relations with Russia just like the rest of Africa, began during the Soviet era when diplomatic relations were first established in 1960. That relationship covered areas such as education, healthcare, solid minerals development and military assistance especially during the civil war".

For all those who may not have understood the full import of what the Fulani cabals managing Nigeria meant when they said....."military assistance especially during the Nigeria's civil war", it is important to take cognisance of the unfortunate genocide committed against Biafrans between 1967-1970. The gory military aggression was euphemistically tagged "NIGERIA CIVIL WAR", with over 3.5 million Biafran innocent civilians amongst whom were women, children and the elderly, got gruesomely massacred. The combined superior firepower of former President Putin of USSR, Prime Minister Harold Wilson of Great Britain, Egypt and other Arab countries, contended against the Biafra Defense Force which was led by late General Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu. These Biafran soldiers sacrificially and stoutly defended Biafraland and the innocent Biafra civilian population against the combined allied forces.

It is important therefore, for the good people and government of civilised nations the world over, to bear witness to lies and deception of how the much talked about Biafran genocide committed by the Nigerian government backed foreign military allies with Britain and USSR on the lead, were punctured. The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu have been globally vindicated. Now that the world leaders seem clearly enlightened that USSR which the Russian federation represents today, fully participated in the genocide through the mouth of the Nigerian President. It is now time for relevant global communities with particular reference to the United Nations, European Union and Government of Nations, to place demand for an apology from the Russian government under President Putin, to the remnants of Biafra who suffered the loss of great number of their loved ones.

World leaders must have to hold the Russian government accountable for failing to show remorsefulness for their dastardly act of genocide against Biafrans instead of approving delivery of additional military hardware for the Nigerian government to carry on with their mayhem and criminality against the same people. Biafrans' ancestral lands are presently under military siege on the air, land and sea. For the interest of the ignorant, President Vladimir Putin hypocritically gave approval for delivery of more military aircraft to the Nigerian government represented in the infamous Summit. This goes further to embolden the Sudanese impostor to blatantly carry on with the killing of Biafrans from where their USSR fathers stopped in 1970.

The Russian government must duly tender an. apology to the people of Biafra over the genocide committed by their fathers during the USSR era. President Vladimir Putin however, acknowledged the gruesome massacre of Biafrans during the recently concluded Sochi Summit but that falls far beyond what is expected.

Written by Mazi Onyebuchi Eze
Family Writers Press International Analyst
Edited by Peter Oshagwu,
For Family Writers Press International



More Questions And Lessons From The Visit To Russia by President Buhari

President Buhari and President Putin


Is the ghost of Biafra still haunting Buhari and his Cabal?

In his recent visit to Russia to attend Russia-Africa Summit convoked by the Russian President, Putin, the Nigerian President Buhari thanked Mr. Putin and people of Russia for helping Nigeria to defeat Biafra during the Nigeria-Biafra War (1967-1970).

Wonders Never End!!! So, almost 50 years after the Nigeria-Biafra War ended, Buhari is still being haunted by the ghost of Biafra?

However, Buhari's words to Putin confirms two fundamental things:

1. In the first place, Buhari had confirmed, through his words, what we all know already, but which Buhari, and other gate-keepers of Nigeria have refused to acknowledge all the while:

"Biafra was never defeated by Nigeria." Because, the Nigeria-Biafra War was NOT fought between Biafra and Nigeria, but rather between Biafra and the two Cold War super-powers: Britain and USSR (Soviet Union) and their allies.

2. Secondly, Buhari's words to Putin in Russia, confirms the fact, that the much-touted Gen. Yakubu Gowon's end of war declaration, "No Victor no Vanquished", was anything but a fraud and lie. Otherwise, how come it that Nigeria's President, would, in 2019, almost 50 Years after the war ended, be thanking president of a foreign country (a former Cold War super-power, Russia), for helping Nigeria to defeat Biafra? " So, there was a 'Victor and Vanquished' in the Nigeria-Biafra War?

I hope Buhari understood the full implications of his words to President Putin. Because, Buhari's statement means that:

"Nigeria and Biafra are two different countries which have been at war with each other." There was a genocidal war between the two rival countries (Nigeria and Biafra). Biafra was having upper hands in that war. But low and behold, some foreign powers were invited to come and to help Nigeria. In fact, two Arch-enemies of the Cold, Britain and Soviet Union, came together (because they wanted the "spoils" of the Petroleum reserves in Biafraland), and so helped Nigeria to fight Biafra to a "standstill?

This was what happened. Not that Nigeria defeated Biafra. Otherwise, Buhari would not be haunted still in 2019 by the ghost of Biafra, 50 years after the end of open combatant of the war, if Nigeria really defeated Biafra?

Again, Buhari forgot in his speech to Putin, that the Soviet Union authorities, before agreeing to work with Nigeria, had earlier approached Gen Ojukwu, Biafra's head of state. But Ojukwu refused them since he didn't want to drag the Biafran people and struggle into the Cold-War two contending ideologies - US/EU-USSR "Capitalism versus Communism" Blocks. Ojukwu, being a historian, knew the danger in giving the Biafran struggle a 'Communist's colouration.' The Biafran war was a war of survival of a persecuted people of South Eastern region. It is not a war fought on the basis of ideological differences. Thus, Ojukwu had to refuse all military assistance and wooing coming from the Soviet Union. Because, he didn't want to push his people of Biafra into the Communist Block or the opposing Capitalist ideology of the Cold War of the Super-powers, US/EU-USSR.

Had Ojukwu accepted the offer and wooing of Soviet Union during the war, the Biafra struggle could have been seen in another way, and interpreted at the International arena, as an offshoot of Communist war against the Western interest in Africa. That alone could have cost Biafra, the loss of the good will of all his friends and admirers in the West and elsewhere. And the story of the war could not have ended the way it did.

These were the facts that eluded Buhari in his speech to Putin in Russia this week at Moscow. However, Putin and Russians in general, are very intelligent people. They know the history of their many years of friendship and good relationship with the Biafran people, before and after the Nigeria-Biafra War. Today's Russia, is one of the closest and Frontline states-friends of the new phase of the Biafran struggle. This friendly disposition of Russia towards the new phase of Biafra struggle is what Buhari is very much worried about. It was what made him to deliver such an undiplomatic speech to Putin early this week in Moscow.  However, "History, like conscience, is an open wound. Only truth can heal it." -Nedum C Nedum

I have said that I would have not faulted this masterpiece if the author did not address the masquerade (impostor Jubril Aminu of Sudan) of the gangsters and bandits at Aso Rock, led by Abba Kyari and Mamman Daura, as Mohammadu Buhari.

Of course, Buhari had long been dead. The criminal that is doing the bidding of the criminals at Aso Rock, on behalf of the satanic Britain, was just hired by the exploitative, parasitic, and predatory Britain, for the purpose of ensuring their continuous hold on the Biafra oil and gas, which is the backbone, the spinal cord, and the very life of the murderous Britain's economy.

In the attached pics, you see the moronic zombie, Gowon, who Britain used to murder over 6 million Biafrans, and later turned him to a praying mantis, while watching his people sent to IDP Camps, and their communities occupied and renamed by the imported Fulani.

You can also see the imported impostor, Jubril Aminu of Sudan, who was hired to impersonate the dead Mohammadu Buhari, with either his legitimate wife, or the woman that is being prepared for him as a replacement for Aisha, the wife of the late Buhari.

You can also see the pictures of the late Buhari, in comparison with that of the boy Britain hired from Sudan to hoodwink the gullible Cowgerians.

Biafra has come!

Written by Okwunna Okongwu
For: Lagos State Media

Edited by Oby Mboma
For: Lagos State Media

Published by Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Lagos State Media






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