A WALL IN HONOUR OF THE FALLEN HEROES OF OPERATION PYTHON DANCE

A WALL IN HONOUR OF THE FALLEN HEROES OF OPERATION PYTHON DANCE

A MEMORIAL WALL FOR OUR FALLEN HEROES

IN HONOUR OF THE FALLEN HEROES OF OPERATION PYTHON DANCE.

“ONE YEAR ON”

17th August 2018

Barrister Austin Okeke Writes From South Africa.

Our struggle hero Nelson Mandela once said the following:

“I was called a terrorist yesterday, but when I came out of jail, many people embraced me, including my enemies, and that is what I normally tell other people who say those who are struggling for liberation in their country are terrorists”

Let us remember the innocent victims that Buhari and Buratai slaughtered last year in Alaigbo. Some of them are still being held at unknown locations,  while mass graves of the dead are being discovered.

I suggest we all converge at the flashpoint and turn it into a sanctuary. A night vigil before the fateful day would be befitting.

Holding a church service at the ground zero to mark one year anniversary,  in the presence of local and international media will be a memorable event.

We should, in addition, Immortalize their names by engraving them on a remembrance wall, that we shall put up in their honor.

We should erect a memorial wall in remembrance of those mauled to death in the name of Operation Nondescript Beast Dance.

By so doing,  we would have sent out a strong message that our spirits are indestructible,  no matter the type of dance they come to exhibit on our soil.

I thank you

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