The false narratives by the Nigerian government that 1967-70 Nigeria civil war was a result of Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu’s call for Biafra secession, this was the major reason why history was obliterated from the Nigerian school curriculum with primary intense to deny those Nigerians information that will aspire them to know more what really transpired and the cause of the civil war.
After fifty-four  years, the same thing Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu saw is currently what many Nigerians are clamoring for today.
A practical unitary system of government with nothing to show for it, It’s a system the concentration of political power is bestowed in the hands of Fulani controlled oligarchy instead, of being shared or possessed to different component units or regions that made up the union as practiced in Britain, US, France, Russia etc.
Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu canvassed against the imbalanced practical unitary system in replacement of regionalism or confederation system to enhance each region manages its resources within its jurisdiction in return pays tax to the federal government. It’s equivalent to restructuring some folks are propagating in Nigeria today, which may likely be impossible as then Military Head of State, Gen. Jack Yakubu Gowon’s led government reneged, thwarted, and declined the Aburi Accord agreement in Ghana.
Aburi Accord agreement was made to restore normalcy and tranquility in the system when Nigeria’s coexistence was first threatened by a coup. Then Military Head of State, Gen. Jack Yakubu Gowon, was on the side of Nigeria federal government while, Dim Chukwuemeka Odimegwu Ojukwu was a government official representative of the Eastern region of Nigeria that houses Biafra, both were summoned for a peaceful dialogue with observers in attendance in Aburi, Ghana, for a lasting solution of lopsided structure and inequality in Nigeria. The agreement was signed and sealed, then British Prime Minister, Harold Wilson having understood the detrimental implications of the signed document on the side of Northern Nigeria, systematically discouraged Gen. Jack Yakubu Gowon, that the regional system of government will favour the Eastern region as the region is naturally endowed with a hardworking intelligent race, unlike primordial sterile Northern region.
Gen. Jack Yakubu Gowon, while ascertained the guidance given to him by Harold Wilson, he backed out and flouted the Aburi Accord agreement. To subvert the truth, falsehood was peddled to change the narratives that Ojukwu caused the 1967-70 genocidal war christened the Nigeria civil war, this is nothing but was a crystal lie from the pit of hell. Frontline world media preponderant more especially the British Broadcasting Company BBC garrulously turned the truth upside down with primary aim to continue having control of Nigeria as their colony. Fulani being a favorite British perfect house slave, Britain out of fear foresaw Biafra potentiality as a light of Africa continent and black race.
Many Nigerians are deform, disfigure to have firsthand factual information after obliteration of history from their school curriculum, it has negative impacts on them, verified information was skewed with distortion to know war crime committed against Biafra that led to the death of over five million Biafrans including starved children and women. War history was erased from the conscience of people that wished to know what really transpired during and after the gruesome civil war through complete destruction of every trace of war crime. Dim Odumegwu Chukwuemeka Ojukwu never call for war instead, it was then Military Head of State Gen. Jack Yakubu Gowon brought war to Biafra’s doorstep.
Biafra left with no option than to fight a defensive war against the marauded Nigerian military invaders. Nigerian government could have thwarted the narratives of Nigeria military air bombardment in Orlu, Imo State, If not for Indigenous People of Biafra’s resoluteness. Nigerian government lied that the sole purpose of military that ransacked Orlu, Imo state, was to raid Eastern Security Network’s camp. Contrary from the junk swallowed by the general public, Imo State Supreme Court made Fulani administrator, Hope Uzodimma and Ohaneze Ndigbo President Prof. George Obiozo, had an agreement with Fulani oligarchy to map out indigenous lands belonging to Imo indigenes for Fulani settlement before they were snuffed into power.
The Indigenous People of Biafra – IPOB, having observed the Fulani conquest strategy, says no to Fulani settlements and land grabbing, Federal Government of Nigeria in order to subdue Imolites collective interest, combined armed personnel such as police, army, and air force was invited through Hope Uzodimma, they were sent to kill every Biafran at sight. As the adage says, he who doesn’t withstand kettle heat doesn’t deserve to enter a kitchen. Expectation of those sent killer squads met their waterloo, some of them couldn’t live to tell the story.
Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu stood on Aburu Accord, over five million Biafrans were massacred. The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) now stands firmly on the United Nations self-determination charter for Biafra restoration project as they have crossed the rubicon and wouldn’t consider backing out come rain come shine.
Nigeria is inevitably about to witness what she hasn’t seen before, it becomes relevant for Middle Belt to rise up and queue up in the hovering freedom emancipation movement as ardent South Western Nigeria is not left out from agitating for Oduduwa nation. Had then Head of State, Gen. Jack Yakubu Gowon was reasonable enough, the spring up agitations for separate states could had been averted likewise, insecurity sucking deep in Nigeria, that resulted in the adoption and repeatedly gang-raped of a young girl, Leah Shaibu, by Fulani Boko Haram terrorists.
Leah Shiabu wouldn’t had encountered such an ugly experienced had Nigeria been well structured or scraped. Oduduwa nation is imminent let’s see how the Nigerian government will fight three war fronts at the time and survive it. Gen. Philip Efiong advised the Nigerian government after the civil war, to treat the surrendering Biafrans with fairness or risk their children rising again fighting the same ideology their fathers fought. Nigeria’s inability to adhere to that advise by Gen. Philip Efiong, prompted the reincarnated 1967-70 Biafran war victims’ consistent quest for the dissolution of Nigeria which becomes direct consequences of contemptuous disregard of the Aburi Accord.