By Tim Tochukwu
For Biafra Choice Writers
Biafra Genocide Exhibition (BGE), which drove daggers of fear into the hearts of Nigerian officials, was concluded on Sunday, March 12, 2017. To Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), which organized the three-day event in Vitoria Spain, it was a huge success.
It was a meeting that saw leaders and coordinators of IPOB from more than 60 countries of the world converge in Spain to show the Biafra genocide to the world, and then to plan strategies for the next stage of the struggle. They did all successfully.
The Biafran leaders came from all corners of the world – from such countries as United States of America (USA); Canada; United Kingdom; Switzerland; Malaysia; Germany; France; India; Australia and several others. Africa countries were not left out, who came from Ghana; Congo; South Africa; Cote d’Ivoire; and several others.
Among the Biafran leaders that attended the exhibition was Uche Mefor, Deputy Leader of IPOB, and Deputy Director of Radio Biafra and Biafra Television; Uche Asiegbu, head of Directorate of State; and others. The intention of the Biafrans was to use the exhibition to expose to the world in greater details, the atrocities Nigerian government – and its wicked and unkind population – had unleashed on the Biafran people under the guise of a civil war (urged on by British government). The war was fought from 1967 - 1970. Biafrans wanted the world to know how women, children and the aged were starved to death, courtesy of Obafemi Awolowo's doctrine of “death through mass starvation”. Gowon (chief controller of the Nigerian government at the time) sought to annihilate Biafrans through bombing of hospitals, schools, train stations and bus stations. He encouraged his vandal army to rape young Biafran girls, which he hoped would help to contaminate Biafra blood and populate Biafraland with Northern “almajiri” bastards. That was the genocide perpetrated against the Biafrans during the Biafra/Nigeria war, supervised by the Fulani/British stooge and house-slave, Yakubu Gowon. Gowon was, and remains a semi-literate and blood-thirsty dictator. Together with Awolowo and Theophilus Danjuma, they weaved a network of evil that saw more than 3.5 million Biafrans (mostly women, children and the aged) killed in the most brutal manner.
Then, Biafrans also wanted the world to know about the current genocide being perpetrated against them, since the pedophile and religious bigot, Buhari, took the reins of power. They wanted to tell the world about the Fulani herdsmen that Buhari unleashed on Biafra communities to kill, annihilate and take over their lands; the Boko Haram which he trained, funded, and unleashed on the people together with other Northern Muslim rulers; as well as the atrocities of the so-called Nigerian military – which is nothing but Fulani Army of occupation in Biafraland.
But the Nigerian government, its officials, and most expectedly the British government, did not want the world to know about these things. That was why they played; and told lies either to take attention away from it (since they could not stop it); or to limit its reach. They equally tried to shape public opinion against it. But they failed.
One of the ways they tried to do this was to fix the “movie” they called “the return of their President Buhari” on the first day of the exhibition. They hoped that the reportage of it by their Lagos/Ibadan media would be able to drown out the news. They also commissioned the drunkard Governor of Anambra State, Willie Obiano to hold a “stand with Buhari” rally in Awka, the Anambra State capital. Next, they bribed French Ambassador to Nigeria, Denys Gauer (as Nigerian government has always done with ambassadors of countries sent to it), to speak against Biafra. The attempt was to douse the moral fiber of the Biafra agitation. In addition, the Nigeria Army chief, Tukur Burutai, took a platform to rant nonsense against Biafrans and their Biafra aspirations. He said Biafra will not be independent in his time.
Unfortunately for Nigeria government, Gauer, and all other one-Nigerianists, all their plans failed colossally. The exhibition sailed through with unparalleled success. What they were not aware, ab initio, was that the Biafra Genocide Exhibition (BGE) was not a one-off event. Instead, it was one that would eventually be replicated in other countries of the world. The strategy was that from Spain, it would fan out to other countries of the world. Indeed, what the leaders did in Spain was to light the touch of the exhibition which they would take to their countries of abode.
As a matter of fact, the next stop for the exhibition will be France – Denys Gauer’s country. Biafrans, who spoke to Biafra Choice Writers, said their target would be the good people of France – to drive home to the French people – the need for them to support Biafra. They said they were not interested in corrupt politicians like Gauer whose only interests were always to feather their selfish nests.