On Monday, Nigerian president Mahammadu Buhari condemned Biafra rebels’ call for secession in his first live broadcast on state television after returning from a 3-month medical leave in Britain.
During Gen. Buhari’s absence from country, the rebels and their Judeo-Christian supporters held several protest rallies against Buhari’s, nicknamed Shari’ah General by western Jewish groups, government.
Buhari said that he is open to dialogue with the rebel leaders but that Nigeria’s unity was settled and non-negotiable adding that ethnic violence was being fueled by political mischief-makers.
On April 23, 2017, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu whined at the Yad Vashem museum to revive Zionist Holocaust myth. He said that the Allied Forces could have saved 4 million Jews in 1942 by bombing Nazi concentration camps. One wonders how could the suggested bombing would have saved Jews inside the camps while killing tens of thousands of Christian and Gypsy inmates.
It’s amazing that while Israelis hate African people (watch video below), and Netanyahu is known for courting African mass murderers such as Paul Kagame, the Rwandan dictator, would feel sorry for the African people of Biafra, Nigeria. Netanyahu, during his speech at the Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, mentioned Biafra as a sad case in history where the world turned a blind eye to the orchestrated murder of millions of innocent civilians.
Emmanuel Powerful (Jew), leader of Biafra rebels thanked Netanyahu for his support by saying: “Yesterday, 23 April 2017, marks the first day the name Biafra has been mentioned in public by a major world leader. Mentioning Biafra in Jerusalem during his speech, the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reinforced holocaust signified the our belief in the inevitability of the restoration of Biafra in the near future.”
50 years ago, Igbo people living in southeastern Nigeria revolted against central government seeking independence from Africa’s most populous (180 million) country. Several groups in the US, Britain, Israel and Canada supported the separatist movement in oil-rich Biafra state. The Biafra-Nigeria war lasted for nearly 30 months during which over one million people were killed.
On February 4, 2013, the CNN announced the discovery of the so-called Lost Tribe of Jews among the Igbo people.
The leader of Biafra secessionist movement Nnamdi Kanu claims to practice Judaism. Many of his supporters call him Jewish Messiah (Jesus). Nnamdi Kanu who was released from jail in April 2017 on bail by an Abuja Federal High Court presided over by Justice Binta Nyako. “The court’s bail conditions were outlined by the court was that Kanu should produce three sureties one of whom must be a highly respected Jewish leader. Justice Nyako said she had to attach this condition since Kanu claims Judaism as his religion. The bail conditions also require that a senior Igbo in the rank of a senator will have to stand surety for Kanu.” reported by The Sun, April 27, 2017.
The majority of Igbo people are Christians and animists. However, a few years ago, Sylvester O. Dimunah, Vice Chairman of the Council of Village Heads in Imo state announced his conversion to Islam. “I did not accept Islam. I only reverted to the religion that our forefathers practiced and the universal religion of humanity,” he said.