Videos: Debunking the AFP Bribed Reports over the Ongoing Army Genocide in Igboland
It beats imaginations to believe that a prestigious company as Agence France-Presse (AFP) could downsize her standard to publish lies at the expense of lives lost to the carefree Nigerian government who uses her military and police to indiscriminently kill the Igbos of the Eastern part of the country.
Agence France-Presse is a French private international news agency headquartered in Paris, France. Founded in 1835 as Havas, it is the world's oldest news agency. AFP has regional headquarters in Nicosia, Montevideo, Hong Kong and Washington, D.C., and news bureaus in 151 countries in 201 locations. Wikipedia.
AFP claims their publications are "Fact checked", but I stand to prove to the world that AFP was heavily paid by the corrupt Nigerian government to shift the attention of the world from the truth about the purported killings of the Igbo in Nigeria. My findings show that AFP did not conduct any finding, instead they had written bemusedly based on the false information that the corrupt Nigerian government gave them.
To be precised, I had to travel through Orlu in Imo State after the Easter Sunday massacre of the indigenous on the 17th day of April 2022. I saw the torture and inhuman treatment the people of Orlu are subjected to by the Federal army. Here are some of the videos as evidence that Nigerian army truly invaded Orlu on the said date.
It is very pathetic to point out that the Nigerian government has a tactical way of diminishing the reports and videos shown by the victims of military inversions in Igboland. They hired an Igbo person in the army to thwart these reports. That was how Ukpabi Ukpabi was hired to diminish the first Igbo genocide of the 1960s. This time, Onyema Nwachukwu feom Delta State was hired to refute the killings with flimsy excuses.
According to the report published @ Humanglemedia.com on Nigerian army Easter day's shoot-at-sight in Igbo land, the 'Efulefu' Onyema Nwachukwu, claimeed that the army encountered Biafran agitators during a routine patrol at Banana Junction while “enforcing the illegal sit-at-home order on law-abiding citizens going about their legitimate businesses.” unfortunately, the paid army businessman could not differentiate between Sunday and Monday. A lier will always stumble upon words and stammer beyond recovery.
I know that soon, the Nigerian army will attempt to lobby, bribe or, at worse, attack these news media to delete all these evidences. Yet the videos shall stick like blood. Here is another video of 13 and 14 years boys killed cold-bloodedly by the Nigerian army at the Orlu shoot-at-sight.
It is also expedient to note that, prior to this Orlu shoot-at-sight, the army had been busy burning different homes and shops belonging to the Igbos in different parts of Imo state. Some of these activities did not show up on news headlines because approaching the affected areas is usually welcomed with uncontrolled torture and sometimes death by bullets. Few areas captured by some news outlets are shown below.
The image above was captured by BBC News showing buildings containing goods worth of over N300 billions burnt beyond recognition by the Nigerian army in the claim that IPOB members are hiding in them. On the same attacks that claimed over 40 lives, BBC News also pictured people's residential buildings burnt down by the Nigerian army. You can see the man in the picture below.
In February, the Vanguard Nigeria covered another burning of people's houses as shown below.
Accordig to the Vanguard on this inversion, "Hundreds of military operatives yesterday launched heavy attacks on the camps of the Eastern Security Network, ESN, in some parts of the forest Umunna in Orlu and Orsu local government areas of Imo state." The result of this operation was a retreat to burn the houses of the poor indigenous Orsu. That has been the story.
Just imagine the huge crime against humanity which AFP preferred to sweep under carpets because of the huge amount of money the Nigerian government used to lure them away from the truth. It was also this fat account boosting by the Nigerian government that had held CNN and UN from showing concern about the lives lost in Biafra land on dailies. Pathetic!