Aguiyi Ironsi, a former Nigerian Head of State, was killed during the coup d’etat before the 1966 civil war between Nigeria and old Eastern Region.
“I start this evening by asking each and every one of us to remember the price the class of 67-70 paid for us to be alive today,” he said in a live broadcast on Thursday.
“We must remind ourselves about how we got to where we are today. Allow me to introduce a perspective to guide our thoughts this evening.
“Let us consider this: The late Aguiyi Ironsi from Ibeku as myself, was a former head of state in Nigeria, a Biafran and an Igbo man.
“The first battle-tested military general not the generalship of the likes of Buratai earned purely as a result of Fulani quota system and killing unarmed civilian protesters.
“Ironsi was killed by the same Fulani people whilst sitting as a head of state and nobody remembers him today.
“He was killed alongside a Yoruba man called Fajuyi who it may surprise you to know is still honoured by Yoruba people annually.
“Another Yoruba man, MKO Abiola was not even a president of Nigeria. He was not sworn in as a president, he never took over power. He was killed by the same killers of Ironsi the Fulani caliphate.
“Yoruba political class with their media hegemony and the ever treacherous Igbo Efulefus pushed and pushed until the FG of Nigeria declared June 12 a remembrance day to honour MKO Abiola while nobody remembers Aguiyi Ironsi a former Head of state because he’s a Biafran of Igbo extraction.
“They passed a bill today to recognise and honour June 12 because of one man, then turn against IPOB for honouring 6 million victims of genocide and those that fought to save those of us who are alive today.
“They must be mad and insane. Anybody who fails to sit at home on May 30th deserves to be stoned to death.
“Now the same band of God forsaken Fulani slaves in our midst is telling us not to honour over 3.5 million victims of genocide and the brave men that fought to keep us alive.
“What a bunch of soulless evil men. They are telling us not to honour our own people because an Igbo man or any Biafra for that matter is not worthy to be honoured in Nigeria.”