Tuesday, 26 December 2017

For the genocidist Nigeria regime which spends most of its time murdering Igbo people in Biafra, abducting/detaining their creative entrepreneurs and smashing up their economy, it isn’t really a surprise that it lacks the capability to provide a basic, efficient petrol/gas delivery service to the peoples domiciled in its territory (see pictures below)

(predictable scenes that highlight the gross indolence and incompetence of regimes in genocidist Nigeria, December 2017)

Herbert Ekwe-Ekwe

EVEN AT the apogee of the Igbo genocide in Biafra (phase-III) as the Hausa-Fulani/islamist-led Nigerian gruesome genocidists slaughtered to the hilt (August-December 1969), the Biafrans, under a comprehensive land, aerial and naval siege unprecedented in Africa, refined their petroleum oil ingeniously. There were never such distressing queues in Biafra as evident in the pictures (above) in Nigeria, in December 2017, 48 years later! Biafrans definitely couldn’t have had such queues for petrol during the genocide as they would have constituted a set target for the squadrons of Egyptian pilots which the génocidaires had rented to carpet bomb Biafran population centres, another pivotal feature of the savagery in vogue.

BIAFRA is on its way back to teach basic lessons on competence, overcoming challenges, exercising transformative initiatives…
(John Coltrane Sextet, “The Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost”, part-I of the five-part suite Meditations [personnel: Coltrane, tenor saxophone, percussion, Pharoah Sanders, tenor saxophone, tambourine, bells; McCoy Tyner, piano; Jimmy Garrison, bass; Elvin Jones, drums; Rashied Ali, drums; recorded: Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, US, 23 November 1965])
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