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Sunday, 6 August 2017

Ozubulu Massacre: Femi Fani-Kayode reacts to killings

Femi Fani Kayode wrote:

The horrific events in Ozubulu town in Anambra state that took place today are shocking and barbaric. Dozens of worshippers slaughtered in the Church and at the alter by unknown masked gunmen.

I do not buy the Fulani Commissioner of Police's version of events. He finished his investigation in record time and just a few minutes after the event he told us that those behind the attack were Igbos that were involved in a communal struggle which has its roots in South Africa.

I smell a rat here and I suspect that the government is trying to cover up the truth.
Until they show me the evidence I remain skeptical about the Commissioner's assertion.

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I believe that the usual suspects are behind these killings and the fact that they were carried out in a Church just one day after the Hausa song that called for the mass murder of Igbos was released all over the north is relevant and noteworthy.

Anyone that doubts that should read the lyrics of that shameful song and hear what those it was written by instructed their people to do.

This country has become ungovernable and I put the blame squarely on the shoulders of the Buhari/Osinbajo government who have encouraged this godless barbarity by refusing to arrest the Fulani herdsmen that have been butchering innocent people all over the country.

They have also refused to apprehend the Arewa youths who have openly threatened the Igbo with genocide if they don't leave the north by Oct. 1st..

May God deliver Nigeria!

READ: Ozubulu Massacre: See Complete Profile Of "Bishop" Nnamdi Ikegwuonu (the man whom the gunmen allegedly came looking for)

1 comment:

  1. This guy called Femi should shut up and stop this inciting comments.