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Raphael Nwazurike Testimony On Radio Biafra


"MASSOB had existed for 18 years without violence, but in 2009, I went to London and opened Radio Biafra and handed it over to Nnamdi Kanu as the director. Soon afterwards, politicians hijacked him, and he started working for them.
The radio that was meant to educate our people and advise our people was turned into the source of hate messages, blackmail, intimidation and others.
The resultant effect was that the northern youths came up to challenge us, to say that they are not happy with the hate messages and the insults they receive from the same radio.
I am here today to say that the main purpose of floating the organisation called MASSOB was not to cause crisis in Nigeria.
I assured the late Odumegu Ojukwu when he was alive that there would be no other civil war in Nigeria"
&           Chief Raphael Uwazurike

Our take at Soji Graphics:

Hate broadcasts from Radio RTLM - Radio Micollines, preceded the infamous Rwandan Genocide of 1994. No one would have known the gravity of the barbarity of Africans against their fellow Africans until you watch the films, 1. Hotel Rwanda

2. Sometimes In April

And

3. Shooting Dogs.

In as much as these films have to abide by both international and local censorship laws, in what they showcased, it is simply a proof that something worse more than what any watch in all these 3 films put together happened in Rwanda in 1994.

Africa has had enough of bloodshed. Ojukwu himself said he don't want war in Nigeria again, according to Nwazurike

At Soji Graphics, our memorandum of understanding is; enough is enough of bloodshed on the soil of Africa.

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