Monday, 6 April 2015

That Saturday 28 March 2015 “election” in genocidist Nigeria: No finer hour indeed for the reaffirmation of Igbo freedom since 12 January 1970

Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe

FOR THE RECORD: On Saturday 28 March 2015, almost 49 years to the day of the launch of the Igbo genocide by Nigeria, 29 May 1966-12 January 1970 (phases I-III), the Igbo electorate in occupied Igboland, Biafra (Abia, Anambra, Delta, Ebonyi, Enuugwu, Imo, Rivers administrative regions), and Nigeria, is presented with the “choice” of voting in a “poll” for “president” of Nigeria between Muhammadu Buhari, a representative trooper of the Nigeria genocidist military, and Goodluck Jonathan, the Ijo zoologist untainted by this genocide. 

The Igbo voter, across the entire participatory electoral districts and precincts of the exercise, votes overwhelmingly against the génocidaire transcendence. In this foundational genocide of post-(European)conquest Africa, Nigeria and co-genocidist Britain murdered 3.1 million Igbo or 25 per cent of Igbo population. Millions of the 28 March electorate are of the “post”-genocide generation.

THERE has indeed been no finer hour of Igbo resilience and liberatory affirmation since 12 January 1970.  The determined march towards justice for the Igbo and restoration of sovereignty have been brought several months forward as a result of the Igbo collective testament of 28 March 2015.
(Ornette Coleman Quintet, “The sphinx” [personnel: Coleman, alto saxophone; Don Cherry, pocket trumpet; Walter Norris, piano; Don Payne, bass; Billy Higgins, drums; recorded: Contemporary’s Studio, Los Angeles, US, 10 February-24 March 1958])
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