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Brig. Gen. FRANCIS OMATA, Lagos Garrison, was at home when people started calling him that soldiers were at the Toll gate shooting.
He rushed to the scene and arrived about 39 mins after.
Shouting loudly, identifying himself to avoid “friendly fire”, he immediately moved to pull back the soldiers, who were from 65 Battalion Bonny camp, led by their commanding officer, one Lt Col S. O. Bello.
Lt Col Bello & his men are still writing reports as authorities
want to know who authorised this military action.
Pls IMMEDIATELY spread this. GEN. OMATA IS A HERO, NOT A KILLER! He deserves a medal, not condemnation! Don’t let an innocent man suffer for doing good! Already, even photos of his family are in circulation!
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So today we're going to do some focus on Africa.

Africa as we all know is home to over a billion people (approximately 1.3bn people).
It's a greenhouse of nature and hosts minerals in huge reserves never seen anywhere on Earth. (The biggest Coltan reserve is in Congo)
Nigeria alone is home to over 40 minerals, Congo as I like to put it is the mineral royalty in Africa.
Africa is indeed very rich. Image
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Behold the Idi Amin of Awkuzu Sars CSP James Nwafor

Under the Anambra state government modus of public bidding for motor parks, James Nwafor participated in the process while on active duty.

There is a motor park at the Upper Iweka of Onitsha called the Ogbaru park.
James Nwafor, in partnership with another private individual ( I do not want to mention his name) secured the management of the very motor park. One man named Darlington from the same town as James Nwafor that resides at Asaba, represented the interest of James Nwafor.
Now, within the very period, the Ogbaru youths resented the contracting of the park to a non indigen and hence, regular disturbance in the park was the norm. What James Nwafor did was to dispatch a team of his officers to the park and a number of the Ogbaru youths were killed
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This is Adekunle Adepeju, the 1st Undergraduate Victim of Police Shooting in Nigeria, he was a second-year Agricultural Science undergraduate of the University of Ibadan.

He was shot dead by the Police on Monday February 1, 1971, during, a police student riot at the University of Ibadan. Some others were wounded. Students were protesting the de-humanizing feeding and welfare conditions of Zik’s Hall in particular, and the entire campus in general.
The Vice-chancellor had invited the police to help contain the students action, which started on Saturday January 30, 1971, when a major confrontation ensued.
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