Igbo man claimed he was banned from Facebook because he support Biafra

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Young Igbo man claimed that he was banned from posting anything on his Facebook wall, because he support Biafra.

According to him, " I was banned from making posts on my Facebook wall by Facebook administrators because I support Biafra and expose corrupt Nigeria- Will Smith Livingstone.

Why Mark Elliot Zuckerberg deleted the precious post I made for my arrival and banned me from posting about Nigeria or Biafra since two weeks ago is because, he claimed that, "What he requested from me was confidential and I recalcitrantly made it public. According to Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook operatives, this is what brought the sudden attacks and horrible witch hunt to me. Read and be the judge.

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"I spoke with Mark Elliott Zuckerbeg, the Chief executive officer of Facebook. He told me that Nigeria must remain one "at all costs" that I will make more money when I agree to work with the government. That all education ends in politics. He said, When he visited the Aso Rock, He agreed to work with Nigeria, and Nigeria gave him $70,000 000 U.S. dollar, and that's why he is blocking and deleting those who stand against the government of Nigeria.

"I told him that before he lectures me about Nigeria, the UK should ask Northern Ireland to reunite with Ireland, give the Scotts and Welsh their freedom, Apologize to India for raping and pillaging their centuries, Britain to confess their sin about the black Africans, then return back their stolen oils, Beg Africa for enslaving and destroying our continent, Apologize to the Chinese for the opium Wars! Scrap the British commonwealth and stop trying to promote WW3 With Russia.

He dropped the phone and switched off!" End of the content of the post that made Facebook ban my account."

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