Friday, 26 August 2016

Genocidist Nigeria true to character in latest murder outrage in Biafra following John Kerry’s visit

Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe

Many newspapers in genocidist Nigeria have been reporting the latest in a stretch of the now routinized murder outrages that any of the tripartite wings of the state’s notorious killing machine (military, Boko Haram, Fulani militia) unleashes on the people in occupied Biafra.

Barely 48 hours after US Secretary of State John Kerry engaged that inveterate amalgam of Hausa-Fulani islamist north region Nigeria leadership in a 2-day tripartite summitry (23-24 August 2016) in Sokoto and Abuja – with Sa’ad Abubakar, head of Sokoto caliphate, Muhammadu Buhari, head of genocidist regime, and the heads of north region’s 19 administrative provinces, the Fulani militia struck ghastly in Ndiagu, northcentral Biafra.


In yet another bout of savagery that maps out its trajectory in Biafra, underscoring its ultimate existential objective to destroy Igbo people, the militia disembowelled an Igbo woman (name not yet published), six months into her pregnancy, and hacked to death Lazarus Nwafor, a 26 year-old student from a local seminary. (The very grisly, distressing still-pictures that carry this savagery have accompanied the story in the Nigeria media and are trending online.) The Fulani militia is an affiliate and cousin of Boko Haram, the world’s most ruthless terrorist organisation, a far greater murdering outfit than ISIS, as the Institute of Economics and Peace is keen to stress (, accessed 17 November 2015).


The world hardly requires reminding that both US President Barack Obama and ex-British Prime Minister David Cameron imposed Muhammadu Buhari as head of regime of genocidist Nigeria in March 2015. Both individuals are hopefully now aware of the Ndiagu savagery and the world will once again observe if they, and their associates, will break the now entrenched Anglo-US states’ catastrophic roles in the ongoing Igbo genocide, this most gruesome and foundational genocide of post-(European)conquest Africa (
(George Russell Sextet, “Thoughts” [personnel: Russell, piano; Don Ellis, trumpet; Dave Baker, trombone; Eric Dolphy, bass clarinet; Steve Swallow, bass; Joe Hunt, drums; recorded Riverside Record, New York, US, 28 May 1961])


  1. Great piece Prof.
    Thanks for getting the word out.

    1. Many thanks, Uche. With best wishes, Herbert