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    Biafra Independence Movement

     

    Helo CNN, we wish to inform CNN that the Biafra Zionist Movement have sheduled to inaugurate the Government of Biafra on 20 february 2013. Biafra was a country that existed only 3 years and she lost her sovereignty to Nigeria after a 30 months bloody civil war that led to the death of 3 million Biafrans, Nigeria committed genocide against Biafrans, Biafrans surffered from kwashiokor, and starved to death as a result of the total blockade declared against Biafrans in 1967-1970 when the war ended. When the Government of Biafra could not witstand the sufferings of the people, they surrendered to the Nigerian Government. Since then, Biafrans have decided to keep their dream alive, in the year 2000,a non-violent group known as the Movement for the actualization of the sovereign state of Biafra began the struggle for separate state from Nigeria,but Nigeria security killed most of the activists and some are still languishing in prison. In November 5 2012, another group, Biafra Zionist Movement which appears to have taken the front seat in championing Biafra sprang a supprise in the nation by re-declaring Biafra base on that mandate given to the former Biafran leader General Ojukwu. The Government of Biafra will wake up on 20 february 2013. Courtesy: Obuka Prince Chimezie, an independent activist. +2347030676598. I love CNN. Shalom Sent from my BlackBerry wireless device from MTN

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