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Ulasi ‘A Soldier With Tears In His Eyes Told Me These Are People They Told Us Are Very Bad People’

Former Anambra State PDP Chairman Dan Ulasi had an emotional meeting with a Nigerian soldier who sobbedly disclosed that they had first been told that the people from the South East were “very bad people.” He emphasized that every checkpoint in the South East had between ten and twenty soldiers stationed there...READ THE FULL ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE▶▶

In a paradoxical statement, he said that these soldiers frequently show a lack of awareness regarding the identity of the local people, attributing it to the extreme kindness of those who give them basic necessities like bread and water.

He said in an interview with AIT, ”In every inch of the South East, you see 10 to 20 Soldiers at Checkpoints. But what is exciting also about this occupation is that these same soldiers tell you that they don’t know that these are the Igbos, contrary to the instruction they were given.

Because they are overwhelmed with bread and water and a lot of things people are giving them on the road. And for me personally, there is no place I pass where there are soldiers and policemen that I don’t give at least a N1000, for me it’s mandatory. A Soldier with tears in his eyes told me these are people they told us are very bad people. Transporters give them money, they give them water and bread.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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