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#Quitnotice: Fear of genocide looms as unknown group aims for Igbos in hate song

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The much-debated inciting and divisive October 1 quit notice issued Igbos resident in the north has assumed a new frightening dimension as a hate-filled audio targeting Igbos is said to be in circulation.

The audio raises fears of genocide, reignites bitter recollections from Nigeria’s dark civil war chapter, and re-echoes the impassioned hate speech that fueled and sustained the massacre of close to one million people in the 1994 Rwandan genocide.

Many advocates for strong and decisive intervention over the quit notice threat may observe that the palpable inaction of the federal government is a major contributor to the continuation and escalation of the threat.

Read also: QUIT NOTICE: ‘Where do you want us to go?’ Igbo residents ask, as they disown Kanu

They will note with dismay that the issue, which had all along been a matter of urgent national security, is now spiraling out of control and must immediately be dealt with if the country will be spared the manifest horrors of hate.

 

Audio:

 

Transcript:

First I want to appeal to Almighty Allah to help me in this song not to deviate, these useless children of thieves and unemployed. Igbos in Nigeria have no sun.

Chorus:

Igbos (Inyamirin) are ungrateful people and fools.

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

 

Let’s drag and drag and see who will sleep in the sun,
Igbo land, in the beginning, has no name, they were helped to get name and identity. And that’s the beginning of their trouble.

 

Chorus:

Igbos (Inyamirin) are ungrateful people and fools

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

 

Please let’s ask, who is an Igbo, it’s Igbo that suffered and said he needs water and that’s how we started calling them Inyamuri.

 

Chorus:

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

 

Igbos who are doing rubbish work, they tried us in the past but couldn’t succeed. Your leader who led the rebellion told you to repent and don’t venture into fruitless war.

 

Chorus:

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

 

A child doesn’t know fire until he marches on it and realizes, you will not be able to quench this fire you ignited. Stupid and shameless boy if you fit we are waiting. Let the country be divided and let’s see who will cry.

 

Chorus:

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

 

We knew they have nothing since their origin, it was with the money of the north, that oil was explored and found. We are farming and grazing with our cattle and knew they have nothing.

 

Chorus:

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

 

We northerners farm beans and they have nothing, we farm rice and they have nothing, they neither farm potatoes nor cocoa yam. They don’t have wheat, pepper, no grains and nothing. No onions and groundnuts, we eat surplus and gave southerners food. Let the country be divided, let the country be divided, we northerners are saying let the country split.

You said you don’t want us, we too we don’t want you anymore. This is our land and not someone father’s land, brothers and sisters. We have all it takes.

Igbos are the ones that ruined this country, we all know that they are the ones disguising as Fulani killing people and committing armed robbery, they are the ones blocking roads and also disguising as Boko Haram killing people without shame.

They are the ones destroying our youths and children with drugs, let the country be divided because Igbos have no any day.

They did not support our President but rigged him out. Only Yorubas supported and collaborated with us. Hausa and Fulani too collaborated but Igbos refused and we don’t want them anymore.

They inherited nothing but useless things from their origin, they did so many atrocities in the past. They killed Sardauna, Sir Ahmadu Bello our hero, they did same with Sir Abubakar Tafawa-Balewa.

 

Chorus:

Igbos are a curse to Nigeria, whose existence and birth as a people in Nigeria is useless, that abortion is greater than the birth of the bastards.

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  1. Animashaun Ayodeji

    August 6, 2017 at 11:30 am

    This song is an aberration to the law! A country with government should not allow the composer, singer and producer of this song without being punished. The federal government needs to react before international media gives too much attention to it.

    • seyi jelili

      August 6, 2017 at 2:55 pm

      The igbos are the cause of all these nonsense ,kanu is to be blamed for everything. Why did they talk of Biafra in the first place?

      • Oise Oikelomen

        August 7, 2017 at 7:32 am

        But your own people have talked of Oduduwa Republic, and my people are clamoring for N’Delta Republic, and nobody is threatening to slaughter us. The issue here is not Biafra or Nnamdi Kanu, the issue here is age long, deep seated hatred and distrust between two tribes. This is something that the government should take charge of before things spiral out of control

  2. Anita Kingsley

    August 6, 2017 at 11:33 am

    This song won’t move us an inch! The federal government should conduct referendum for us and allow Biafra reign peacefully then we’ll see if the Igbos or Hausas will be the ones to shed hot tears.

  3. Abeni Adebisi

    August 6, 2017 at 11:54 am

    What is the government doing to stop the circulation of this song? Nothing! This is how war starts, the lyrics of the song are full of hate and insulting words than can lead to war between the Igbos and Hausas.

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