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Biafra Freedom and the Slave Master LE(1)

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Biafra Freedom and the Slave Master LE(1)
This is the Limited Edition of our video about a Freedom Seeking group in what was Negroland and Guinea looking for Freedom from the Colonial and slavery structures of the Slave master.
However, as you would expect in every Negro gathering, there must be saboteurs, disunity, snitching etc. In this case, the group called Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB) is currently looking for freedom from the colonial and Slave masters of Yoke of One Nigeria. As expected, the slave master connived with his slave hunting accomplices to abduct the leader of the Group.
However, in 2015 the same leader was arrested, and detained by the Slave master and his accomplices for two years without trial. Following the arrest, a leadership group called D.O.S was found to have compromised and the then Deputy Dissolved the DOS. The slave master and his accomplices then went back to the drawing board and this time got the deputy and afterwards the DOS. He then went ahead to kidnap the leader while having the D.O.S under him.
This video shows proof that the D.O.S is compromised and this is based on their action and utterances.
Full video is available on Patreon.com, Odysee.com, and crystalviews.net among others.
Please note that we did not restrict the full video to Patreon out of a desire to make money but because we observed that the descendants of the slave hunters flag our videos when the full videos are posted openly.
Full Videos can be found on odyssey.com and Crystalviews.net
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