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Henry Shield May 30
Complete healing will come for all parties when we are finally bold enough to address what caused the war.
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Ebube The Statesman Jun 1
Don't worry, Ohimai. never mind. We thank God for social media. They can intimidate journalists to suppress facts but they can't stop Twitter Trends. has already been seen by the world and a million NBC can't delete it from our minds.
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Jude C. Ndukwe ANIPR May 30
During Biafran War No IDP camps anywhere Today, elsewhere Though no war But they have IDP camps everywhere We're Ndigbo We cannot be conquered Not yesterday, not today,not tomorrow Just say "sorry" & Nigeria will breathe again
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AyeMojuba 🇳🇬 May 30
I am not ashamed to say this as a native of Yoruba tribe, Igbos have done more good than they are being treated and being rewarded. Hausa tribe have been the beneficiary of the labour of other tribes while they do little.
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Tony 007 Jun 1
The East remembers.
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BIAFRA FIRST Jun 1
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Changing Faces May 30
I remember a few years ago when people would try to shut down the May 30 remembrance and conversations on SM. Today, it looks like many have realised it's a part of our history we can't runaway from!
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Ikenna Ronald Nzimora May 30
Biafrans built bombs, fitted aircraft, tech and research was top notch. Guess what Nigeria did after the war? Burn all the papers and labs, Imagine if those were improved upon from 1970 till now?
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ANIEKWENA CHUKWUEMEKA Jun 1
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UKPAKA May 30
Give it to Kanu and IPOB for waking up the consciousness of young Igbos and Nigerians in general on history.
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Jude C. Ndukwe ANIPR May 30
You did all this to us! U thought u were killing them to exterminate us, but today, their blood has become d nutrient that waters our determination to succeed & prosper in all that we do. We'll NEVER forget them, NO, we won't!
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Ikenna Ronald Nzimora May 30
They killed us and those they could not kill, they stripped of everything; then they tried to bury us all. Alas we were seeds!
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Eric Uzoma May 31
My three kids did not go to school and when their teachers called me to ask why, i proudly told them its sit at home, cos we are biafrans
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France 77 May 30
So long as the injustice(s) of the Nigerian civil war is not addressed by those at the corridors of power, the ghost of the more than 6Million Igbos killed during the war will continue to hunt this Country & fuel the agitation for sovereign State of Biafra.
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Obi Of Onitsha🇨🇦 May 30
I remember the Children who straved. I remember the women who were raped. I remember the Men who stood Brevely for what they believed in. Today, I join millions of Ndi Igbo to celebrate fallen Biafra Heroes. Proudly Igbo! Chukwu biko 🙏🙏
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Atowa May 30
Do you know it was the Biafran war that gave rise to stockfish in Nigeria. Stockfish which is rich in protein, vitamin & minerals was a relief supply from Norway to combat hunger, kwashiorkor & acute malnutrition during the war
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Dr.Joe, LEARNED OMO ONILE in LAGOS 🇳🇬🗨 May 30
Replying to @ronaldnzimora
My late dad( NOT an Igbo) unfortunately found himself at one of the post office to send letter to my mum to come down his place for safety; jet flew in and dropped bomb there. Like he often say "heads roll lò gan Omo mi". Both survived I joined to say
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Anambra 1st son💭 May 31
Nigerian. State. Has. A. Date. With. The. Truth. How long is she going to hide the conversation with Propaganda? There was a country called Biafra. Nigerian State carried out genocide on them.
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Chinedu May 30
As a son of a biafran soldier, my dad told us stories about the war that will forever remain indelible in our hearts but he also told us not to join those calling for war.they are being extorted In Enugu as a way of them getting their compensation later.
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One.acre May 30
Years back, I would have foolishly ignored hashtag. But I’m wiser now. Who feels the same way ?
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