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Chxta Jan 14
Kano, 1963. Front (L-R): Tony, Paul, Ngozi, Grandma, Chibuzo (my Mum), Oseloka, Ubaka. Back (L-R): Ify, Chineze, Emma. Not in picture: Grandpa, Nduka, Louisa, Medua, Tata. Grandpa, Paul, Emma, were killed four years later during the .
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Chidi Odinkalu Oct 6
was not war. It was a . The human toll of the was dreadful. Today in Asaba, a monument remembers most of those who perished. Many more wounded on the day did not survive much longer.
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Chidi Odinkalu Oct 6
Today, all markets in Asaba, capital of Delta State in South-South are closed in memory of the 52nd anniversary of the over 1,000 men, women, children - all civilians - who perished in the of the in 1967.
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Àmọ̀tẹ́kùn🐆 May 3
In 2017, discontinued a show [] on anchored by , & [who was the guest] was sent off air for discussing . I was an ardent listener of that show. The doesn't want true history be told.
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Abuchi 9 Oct 17
Ibrahim Taiwo & Murtala Mohammed, Two Officers Involved In Paid Dearly For The Genocide 9yrs Aft But, What About Yakubu Gowon
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SPOT ON MEDIA (S.O.M) Jan 4
IPOB Volunteers in Delta State on a sensitization movement in the State, letting the people know that Delta is part of Biafra....
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Moses Agbo May 16
14 days to go We live to remember them forever..we owe them restoration as a price for their sacrifice. and others will pay for their crimes.
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ForReforms&Restructuring Oct 7
We cannot forget . Even after justice is done by the Nigerian federation as we are insisting, it will still remain a remembrance till the end of the world. Man's inhumanity to man, it was - a war crime.
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ThankGod Ukachukwu 5 Oct 17
Replying to @Chxta
- he has been lamenting the police state Nigeria has become under Buhari. He was yanked off air while discussing
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iSERVE 2050 | #LeadershipMatters Nwanyịbùífé🔥#ABC Oct 7
October 7 The Anniversary of a heinous & insidious crime against humanity Ka mkpụrụobi ha laa n'udo; ka ha zụrụ ike na ndokwa, Amen!🙏 Read more: "The Asaba Massacre: Trauma, Memory, And The Nigerian Civil War." |
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Amaka Ekwo 8 Mar 18
Replying to @UN_Women
I honour a great woman of , Mgboshi Okoli, the Omu of Asaba (the head of Asaba women), she was beaten to death and mutilated by Nigerian soldiers because of her spiritual powers & authority.
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Moses Agbo May 16
13 days to remember our heroes and heroines,Ohamadike will be live on air tonight by 7pm Biafra time. Come with your writing materials as always.
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Babanla 6 Oct 17
The memorial was extremely important. The organizers got the tone right: Remembrance, forgiveness and rebirth.
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Harun Elbinawi 7 Oct 17
I strongly condemned the inhuman of innocent Nigerians. That brutal slaughter…
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Amaka Ekwo 6 Oct 17
I guess have succeeded in making Biafrans talk about their history.
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@BiafraHouse Oct 7
Some of the Victims of 2nd Div of massacre at Ogbe-Osowa Village Square, , on 7/10/67 commanded by Murtala Mohammed & Ibrahim Taiwo. It shall never be well with and these Perpetrators! .
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The Guardian Nigeria 10 Oct 17
How much do you know about the Asaba Massacre of October 7, 1967?
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Vincent Nwonah Oct 7
Dad lost his dad in this massacre, affected his education/earning power. Affected the kind of education/opportunities he could give to his kids. So many cousins performing below potential because of the ripples. Nigeria continues to hurt us, but we move.
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Jeff Okoroafor 5 Oct 17
43. Nigeria, a beautiful land managed by extremely wicked, heartless and tribalistic evil vampires.
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ASIRI™ 7 Oct 17
Today is October 7, the anniversary of a painful day for a some Nigerians. The massacre of over 700 people in Asaba.
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