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The Needle in a Haystack for Negroes-A Reply_FE(1)

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The Needle in a Haystack for Negroes-A Reply_FE(1)
This is the Full Edition of our response video to some comments we received from our previous video-The Needle in a Haystack for Negroes-(1) which seeks to examine the slave masters technique of mixing up lies with the truth such that it becomes difficult to identify those lies even when they are his intended interest to sell to the Negroes. We got some comments from the Descendants of the Slave hunters suggesting that the Aro Priests could have sold the slaves without military power. It also examines how the slave master and his accomplices have infiltrated the Negro struggle for Freedom in Biafra and Ambazonia and the efforts they are making to destroy the movement.
We aslo tried to show that the woman called Nelly Ofoegbu who is an instrument of the slave master to divide the Negroes in Biafra looking for freedom with Iduu and also for the slave master to use it to deceive the Ambazonians that the so called Igbos are coming to steal their land.
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