Aisha Yusuf, Convener of the #Bringbackourgirls campaign has said she is a Biafran, stressing that “we are all Biafrans.”
Eye9ja reports that the convener of the BBOG campaign told the Department of State Security Services (DSS) and President Muhammadu Buhari that “we are all Biafrans.” She made this known in a viral video obtained by Eye9ja on Saturday.
Aisha made this known when she was reacting over the arrest of a Nigerian Journalist, Chido Onumah by the DSS.
Onumah, a Nigerian journalist and rights activist who was arrested and
detained by the Department of State Services on Sunday evening, revealed that
he was arrested for wearing a T-shirt with the inscription: ‘We Are
While speaking on the arrest of the Nigerian journalist, Yusuf said what we have is Political DSS.
She noted that the Vice president of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo was present during the time the journalist launched a book entitled “We Are All Biafrans”.
She revealed that she is a Biafran too and the DSS can never shut her down to stop talking about President Muhammadu Buhari’s that has failed in all ramifications.
“DSS picked Chudo Onumah at the airport apparently because he was wearing a t-shirt that says “We Are All Biafrans”.
“Are we not all Biafrans? Are we not refuges right now in our country? So, DSS that is supposed to be an intelligent gathering organization, protecting Nigeria, picks up a man, wearing a t-shirt that says we are all Biafrans, a man who wrote a book with the same title that the vice president was at the book launch. For what? Is it this same DSS that we rely on to gather information? Is it this the same DSS that we rely on to arrest Boko Haram leader, Shekau?,” she asked.
She furthered that everyone is a Biafran including her.
” In case you don’t know, my name is Aisha Yusuf, I am a Biafran, we are all Biafrans. We are not living in our country, we are merely surviving and we deserve better”
Watch her video below;
“My name is Aisha Yesufu, I am a Biafran, we are all Biafrans”#radiobiafra #anaedoonline
Gepostet von AnaedoOnline am Freitag, 4. Oktober 2019