Attack Biafra

Buhari’s Govt. attacks Biafraland leaving Boko Haram.

Buhari’s Govt. attacks Biafraland leaving Boko Haram.

Intelligent reports are confirming that the Nigeria Air Force’s raid in Cross River was actually on a border community Ikot Obiokut of Biafraland.
The raid by Hind helicopter gunships using incendiary bombs massacred over three hundred villagers (300+) and about twenty militants(20)!
Uwem; one of the villagers who escaped the massacre by swimming across the creek reported that they were going about their normal business when suddenly the gunship flew over the village.
Villagers who were not engaged in any criminal activity came out to wave to the aircraft when suddenly the gunship opened fire. Those who ran into their houses were roasted when they gunship came back and napalmed the whole village.
Uwem; the survivor, is now living in fear of his life.

Meanwhile, the Nigerian military and police has cordoned the area not to investigate anything but to clean up the mess the same it was done in Odi during Obasanjo’s regime.

The question that may people ask is why they have not heard prior to this massacre the operations of the so called criminals.

However, in pursuit of mass deceit, here is the publication giving by the perpetrators of this dastardly act:

Air Force bombs militants’ hideouts in Cross River — Source: Daily Trust

On the orders of the Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshall Adesola Amosu, the creeks of Calabar were bombed yesterday, Daily Trust gathered.

The order followed frequent attacks on vessels, police stations, seafarers including market women by gunmen suspected to be pirates and militants on the Calabar waterways.

Amosu ordered deployment of the M17 gunship helicopter to survey and bomb  all suspected hideouts of militants and sea robbers along the creeks of Calabar.

This was disclosed by Commander of the 207 Special Mobility Group based in Calabar, Air Commodore Charles Ohwo.
A witness said the air attack  lasted over one hour.

Speaking to journalists, the commander said the exercise will be continuous.

He said they were able to bomb suspected targets in the entire creeks of Calabar waterways up to Bakassi and environs  and that the raid would extend to creeks in Akwa Ibom State.

He said the exercise was planned in conjunction with the Navy, Army and police, but led by the Air Force “because of reach and air advantage. Innocent lives were not affected.”

Biafra Radio

June 21st, 2015

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