Biafra: What God Will Do To Gowon - Fani-Kayode
Former Head of State, Gen Yakubu Gowon briefing State House Correspondents after a Close Door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Tuesday (4/4/17)
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God will not answer the prayers of a former Military Head of State, Gen. Yakubu Gowon except he apologises to the Igbo for the 1966 Civil War, Concise News reports.

The online news medium understands that the Biafra War led to the death of several Igbo with a former Aviation Minister Femi Fani-Kayode claiming Gowon committed genocide against the Igbo.

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In a statement on Monday, he said 300 Igbo army officers, including an Igbo Head of State, were killed on July 29th, 1966 by northern army officers.

“Finally 3 million innocent and defenceless Igbo civilians, including one million children, were targeted and butchered by the Nigerian Army and the northern ‘Gwodo-Gwodo’ auxiliaries and militias during the Nigerian civil war between 1967 and 1970,” he said.

“General Yakubu Gowon can conduct all the prayer sessions that he wants for Nigeria but until he acknowledges the fact that the genocide that the Igbo people were subjected to under his watch between 1966 and 1970 was unacceptable and until he appeals to the Igbo nation to forgive Nigeria for what we did to them, things will get from bad to worse.

“Though it is unknown to most, our nation has been afflicted with a deep spiritual wound which was inflicted as a consequence of our barbaric actions over the years and particularly before and during the civil war.

“This is a spiritual matter and sadly and regrettably we see its consequences unfolding in the physical realm before our very eyes every day.”

According to him, “The shedding of innocent blood always results in divine retribution and it goes from generation to generation.

“Unless remorse is displayed, forgiveness sought and national repentance is established the cycle of divine retribution and judgement will continue unabated and affect the lives of millions.

“The civil war “Gwodo-Gwodo” militias, made up of savage, bloodthirsty, heartless, godless, dark and evil men from Chad, Niger Republic, Mali and parts of north-western Nigeria are the spiritual forefathers and the same dark forces that have resurrected as terrorist and killer herdsmen that are slaughtering our people ALL over the country today.

“The whole thing has come back to torment and haunt us and only God can deliver us from their hand.

“The fastest way to make your nation the land of the accursed and rejected is by continuously shedding innocent blood and showing no remorse for it.”