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BiafraSay Forum | BiafraSay General | #Politics* | OPERATION PYTHON DANCE, AND THE REAL DANCE-STEPS OF THE PYTHON. (256 Views)

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In one Igbo proverb, someone (A) , may be heard admonishing another person (B), saying: " the mother of that he-goat you are dragging to the market, was sold by me". In essence, 'A' is telling 'B' that whatever game he may be trying to play, that he 'A', knows how to play it BETTER.

This proverb played out 'live' during the "Operation Python-Dance episode in Biafraland". The COMBINED Security Forces of Nigeria ( the self-acclaimed GIANT of Africa) thoroughly planned and executed an Operation Python Dance in the South-East; fully equipped with Armoured Tanks and Fighter-Planes, under the guise of ensuring peace in the land. Their major mission, however, was to INTIMIDATE the Biafran agitators with a show of Force; and the principal Target Was the Leader- NNAMDI KANU who they went to kill.

Most unfortunately for the Nigerian aggressors in combat outfit, Nnamdi Kanu demonstrated that he knew the DANCE-STEPS of the Python much better than his assailants. Kanu, an ordinary CIVILIAN, expertly 'Waltzed' through the midst of the invaders, and meandered his way out of the country through the real, and typical manner of the body-movement of the PYTHON.

Today, rather than being intimidated, Kanu and IPOB have become even more ferocious in their Diplomatic Fight for the restoration of the sovereign State of Biafra.

What a shameful embarrassment to the Armed Forces of the "GIANT OF AFRICA"!

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