Showing posts with label genocide. Show all posts
Showing posts with label genocide. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Buhari’s Survival Saved Nigeria From Genocide

Human Rights activist and Co-ordinator of Ijaw Monitoring Group has said former Head of State, General Muhammadu Buhari’s survival in a bomb blast in Kaduna saved Nigeria the genocide that would have been worse than what happened in Rwanda.

Speaking to Vanguard in an interview, the former Publicity Secretary of Ijaw National Congress (INC) said the survival of Buhari was the greatest miracle from God this year.
“It was not General Buhari that was lucky, it was Nigeria that was actually lucky that Buhari survived the attack.
“Some people don’t know the implications because they are ignorant of history. The killing of two political leaders in a plane crash that was bombed in Rwanda was what led to the worst genocide in Africa history.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Genocide of the highest Order: Boko Haram kills 106 people in fresh attack in Borno state.

According to reports, Boko Haram members launched a fresh attack on indigenes of Izghe, a Christian community in Gwoza LGA of  Borno State, killing 106 people on Saturday February 15th.   According to eye witnesses, the men who came dressed in military attire, chanted Allah is great as they slit the throats of the people they came across and also fired gun shots at them. Some of the victims were made to come out of their homes and were then killed in an execution like manner.

Confirming the attack, Senator Ali Ndume who represents that senatorial district in the National Assembly says 106 people were killed including an old woman.
"106 people, including an old woman, have been killed by the attackers, suspected to be Boko Haram gunmen. Sixty of the dead have been buried while the rest are awaiting burial,” he said.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

President GEJ seeks immunity for African leaders from ICC prosecution for war crimes, genocide

Nigeria’s President, Goodluck Jonathan, has called for an amendment of the laws governing the International Criminal Court, ICC, to allow serving African leaders to enjoy immunity from prosecution for war crimes, genocide, and war against humanity. Two serving African presidents, Sudan and Kenya, have been accused of war crimes by the ICC. Mr. Jonathan stated this on Saturday in an address at the Extraordinary Session of African Union Heads of State and Government, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 

Friday, September 6, 2013

U.S Guilty Of; War crimes, genocide, aggression and crimes against humanity.(QOD: Who will prosecute?)

As the world sits glued to their radios and TV screens and their other sources of information waiting for news of an attack on Syria other events are taking place that the nefarious planners in Mclean Virginia and Washington have successfully distracted the world’s attention from. At the cost of a couple of hundred Syrian lives, which in reality mean nothing for the Americans and their Al-Qaeda elements in Syria, the US has perhaps yet failed to launch another act of aggression and commit another crime against peace, but it has succeeded in accomplishing several other objectives.
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