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The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes-A Reply_FE(1C)

The Forbidden Fruit for Negroes-A Reply_FE(1C)

This is the FE of our response video to a comment we received from one of our previous videos examining the forbidden fruit of knowledge contained in the slave masters’ story of Adam and Eve in the Bible and Alcoran of Mahomet. However, we received a comment from a descendant of the slave hunters suggesting that Simon Ekpa(fake name) an agent of the slave master to destroy IPOB could be genuinely fighting for Biafra freedom.
C. Ugomba wrote:
“I thought you were a neutral towards the leadership"crisis" in IPOB until I listened to this broadcast. You are obviously very biased and literally commending the misdemeanour of the corrupt principal officers in the movement.
IPOB is not a government body or represents Biafra government. Never! IPOB is one of the few agitation groups in Biafra land and do not own Biafrans or Biafra…”
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