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Biafra: Betrayal runs in Edwin Clark’s DNA, he sabotaged Jonathan – IPOB By Seun Opejobi 23rd July 2021 The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, on Friday, lambasted an elder statesman, Edwin Clark, for saying Niger Delta was not part of Biafra. IPOB said betrayal runs in Clark’s DNA because he allegedly worked against Igbos during the Biafran war in 1967 and also worked against former President Goodluck Jonathan. While appearing on BBC Pidgin, Clark had said the oil-rich Niger Delta is not part of Biafra. IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, said the group was disappointed with Clark’s position. In a statement, Powerful reads: “The attention of the global family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by our great leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has come across a statement credited to Edwin Clark during his BBC Pidgin English interview, where he said that Niger Delta is not part of Biafra. We are disappointed by such a statement coming from a supposed elder statesman like Edwin Clark. “Though he betrayed Biafra during the war of 1967-1970 against his brothers and sisters in and today where is Edwin Clark in the scheme of things in Nigeria, only the monthly salary Fulani slave masters placed him for betraying his people then. Biafra will come Edwin Clark will fail in his betrayal salary getting from the enemy and on blood of his people but he must know that he cannot stop Biafra with his inconsequential utterances cannot stop because he was paid to do so. We know his job and DNA is betrayal and sabotage even though he sabotaged his brother former President Goodluck Ebele Johnathan as president of Nigeria. He always takes sabotage and betrayal as norms. It is unbelievable and unfortunate he continues doing this until younger generations know that it is his hubby. “The likes of Edwin Clark are the reason Biafra is being treated as slaves in their own domain today. A man at the age of Edwin Clark is supposed not to be economical with the truth or deceive the young generation because of parochial interest. “It’s too appalling that Edwin Clark doesn’t know that those who own Biafra are those he referred to as South South or Niger Delta as the Case may be. How suddenly Edwin Clark has forgotten that it was an Izon man who brought the name ‘Biafra’ to the table for approval which Ojukwu and his Eastern Consultative Assembly approved without hesitation or debate!” Elder Clark Is Still Not Getting It Written by Oguchi Martins Egbujor 20th July 2021 Elder Edwin Clark in his BBC Piggin English said that he did not support the creation of Biafra; he and his compatriots did not support it in the 1960s and may not support it now. That is the beauty of democracy; everyone is free to say his opinion but majority carries the vote. That is what the North is using against the South. Edwin Clark will have the shock of his old age when the time for referendum comes. Igbos are not claiming to be Ijaw however there is nothing like South South. By creation, one is either in the East or in the South East. I wonder why the people of Ijaw hold dear to South South; there is nothing like it under the sun, it is just the creation of the military to silence the voice and the size of the East which was once bigger than the North and the West. It is obvious that the majority of the East, I meant the "old East" will resoundingly vote "yes" for referendum. I do not understand how anyone from the East would prefer Nigeria over Biafra, unless that person is under the influence of something personally beneficial to him. I will use this opportunity to ask Elder Edwin Clark to come and let me tell him what his compatriots who fought against Biafra told us about the lessons they learnt from it. Edwin Clarke should read from the publications of Elder Aliyi Ekineh. Edwin Clark should also seek advice from the confidants of late Ex Governor Melford Okilo; certainly he will learn a lot from them. Biafra is already achieved and there is nothing Edwin Clark can do about it. He is just one person, maybe with one thousand (1000) of his followers. The majority vote of the people of Ijaw will surpass that. The peoples of Ijaw and indeed, the so-called South South should ignore him. He is already belle full (enjoyed to the fullest) from the crumbs of corruption at the corridor of power in Abuja. Let me remind the so-called South Southerners, the Igbos "may be" the largest tribe in the so-called South South. Therefore, when Edwin Clark talks about South South he should bear that in mind. Elder Edwin Clark can say what he want out of the bounties of his corrupt enrichment. The people of East should ignore him; let him spend some of the wealth he acquired in betrayal of the East to build factories to enable gainful employment for his people. ON BIAFRA I STAND, DON'T YOU?
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Lt. General Tukur Buratia

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Biafra: Betrayal runs in Edwin Clark’s DNA, he sabotaged Jonathan – IPOB Written by Seun Opejobi 23rd July 2021 The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, on Friday, lambasted an elder statesman, Edwin Clark, for saying Niger Delta was not part of Biafra. IPOB said betrayal runs in Clark’s DNA because he allegedly worked against Igbos during the Biafran war in 1967 and also worked against former President Goodluck Jonathan. While appearing on BBC Pidgin, Clark had said the oil-rich Niger Delta is not part of Biafra. IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, said the group was disappointed with Clark’s position. In a statement, Powerful reads: “The attention of the global family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by our great leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has come across a statement credited to Edwin Clark during his BBC Pidgin English interview, where he said that Niger Delta is not part of Biafra. We are disappointed by such a statement coming from a supposed elder statesman like Edwin Clark. “Though he betrayed Biafra during the war of 1967-1970 against his brothers and sisters in and today where is Edwin Clark in the scheme of things in Nigeria, only the monthly salary Fulani slave masters placed him for betraying his people then. Biafra will come Edwin Clark will fail in his betrayal salary getting from the enemy and on blood of his people but he must know that he cannot stop Biafra with his inconsequential utterances cannot stop because he was paid to do so. We know his job and DNA is betrayal and sabotage even though he sabotaged his brother former President Goodluck Ebele Johnathan as president of Nigeria. He always takes sabotage and betrayal as norms. It is unbelievable and unfortunate he continues doing this until younger generations know that it is his hubby. “The likes of Edwin Clark are the reason Biafra is being treated as slaves in their own domain today. A man at the age of Edwin Clark is supposed not to be economical with the truth or deceive the young generation because of parochial interest. “It’s too appalling that Edwin Clark doesn’t know that those who own Biafra are those he referred to as South South or Niger Delta as the Case may be. How suddenly Edwin Clark has forgotten that it was an Izon man who brought the name ‘Biafra’ to the table for approval which Ojukwu and his Eastern Consultative Assembly approved without hesitation or debate!” Elder Clark Is Still Not Getting It Written by Oguchi Martins Egbujor 20th July 2021 Elder Edwin Clark in his BBC Piggin English said that he did not support the creation of Biafra; he and his compatriots did not support it in the 1960s and may not support it now. That is the beauty of democracy; everyone is free to say his opinion but majority carries the vote. That is what the North is using against the South. Edwin Clark will have the shock of his old age when the time for referendum comes. Igbos are not claiming to be Ijaw however there is nothing like South South. By creation, one is either in the East or in the South East. I wonder why the people of Ijaw hold dear to South South; there is nothing like it under the sun, it is just the creation of the military to silence the voice and the size of the East which was once bigger than the North and the West. It is obvious that the majority of the East, I meant the "old East" will resoundingly vote "yes" for referendum. I do not understand how anyone from the East would prefer Nigeria over Biafra, unless that person is under the influence of something personally beneficial to him. I will use this opportunity to ask Elder Edwin Clark to come and let me tell him what his compatriots who fought against Biafra told us about the lessons they learnt from it. Edwin Clarke should read from the publications of Elder Aliyi Ekineh. Edwin Clark should also seek advice from the confidants of late Ex Governor Melford Okilo; certainly he will learn a lot from them. Biafra is already achieved and there is nothing Edwin Clark can do about it. He is just one person, maybe with one thousand (1000) of his followers. The majority vote of the people of Ijaw will surpass that. The peoples of Ijaw and indeed, the so-called South South should ignore him. He is already belle full (enjoyed to the fullest) from the crumbs of corruption at the corridor of power in Abuja. Let me remind the so-called South Southerners, the Igbos "may be" the largest tribe in the so-called South South. Therefore, when Edwin Clark talks about South South he should bear that in mind. Elder Edwin Clark can say what he want out of the bounties of his corrupt enrichment. The people of East should ignore him; let him spend some of the wealth he acquired in betrayal of the East to build factories to enable gainful employment for his people. ON BIAFRA I STAND, DON'T YOU?
Unknown Gunmen Were Floated To Destabilize South- East And South-South Regions- -Mohammed Danmalla
The British Policy Prescription For Indigenous Peoples In Nigeria The Comprehensive Excerpt Of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Press Briefing With The Leader Of The Ambazonia Libration Of War, Dr. Cho Ayaba, On The 9th Of April 2021
“Mark My Words, War Will Soon Break Out in Nigeria” –Olusegun Obasanjo

Sins of Chief of Army Staff Lt.

General Tukur Buratia

40 Mortal Sins And Human Rights Atrocities of Buratai’s Era As Nigerian Army Chief Nigerian Army's 'war' against Boko Haram, Shiittes, IPOB, Others - The story of Buratai ANALYSIS: Buratai - A Legacy Blotted by Massacres, Extrajudicial Killings Buratai and Human Rights Records by Emmanuel Onwubiko
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