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Biafra Freedom and the Autopilot subterfuge_LE(2)

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Biafra Freedom and the Autopilot subterfuge_LE(2)

This is the Limited Version(LE) of our video examining the response of the Slave Master to the Freedom agitation in Biafra and how it compares to his response in the years before. It looks at their latest subterfuge of Autopilot and using people like Simon Ekpa to seek to destroy the Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB) and the agitation for Negro Freedom in Biafra.


The video aims to show how Simon Ekpa is clearly a saboteur of the Biafra Freedom Struggle along with people like Nelly Ofoegbu and Rita Eze aka Madam Oyibo.Simon Ekpa’s work in pulling down Nnamdi Kanu’s efforts to get Biafra freedom clearly shows why the slave master believes that Negros are not human. The mental state of the slave is also shown as a key factor in the slave masters ability to enslave the Negroes.

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