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NewsReel 16/9/14 - Excerpts from my book, Ojukwu: The Last Patriot (2006), where Gen. Benjamin Adekunle was mentioned

NewsReel 16/9/14 - Excerpts from my book, Ojukwu: The Last Patriot (2006), where Gen. Benjamin Adekunle was mentioned

[ Masterweb Reports: Valentine Obienyem reports ] … Complementing and strengthening the public opinion of Ojukwu are the general opinions from his comrade-in-arms.  Brigadier Adekunle Benjamin formed and led the defunct “Third Marine Commando” during the war.  He was known for his anti-Igbo activities.  His singular ambition during the war was the annihilation of the Igbos and the only words meaningful to him or his soldiers were: rifle, fighter, death, kill, shoot, rape, rapine, pillage and ethnic cleansing.  He commanded his soldiers to shoot at everything that moved, apparently believing, like a Roman emperor, that “The corpse of an enemy smells sweet.”  There were other tales of incredible barbarities associated with Adekunle.  It was said, for instance, that being callously cruel, he grew flowers in the skulls of his dead foes, after a close aide had advised against drinking water with them on health grounds.  Some Igbos indignantly swallowed these tales with their eyes shut.  Later investigations revealed that some of these tales were “war atrocities” manufactured by historians/journalists in a hostile camp.

 
The repentant Adekunle lately confessed that despite having fought against Ojukwu, that he would always run to him whenever he called him.  This was, perhaps, a self-serving apology of an officer who fought against his old commanding officer.  The same Brigadier Adekunle was very close to General Gowon, but when Gowon whom he fought for was overthrown, he made many remarks, largely unprintable, against him.  He spoke in terms of Gowon being a “nobody.”

 
I have never judged, I cannot judge, and I do not wish to judge.  All I want to say is that Adekunle should have added in his indictments that Gowon’s sins are legion, for ordering the massacre of the defenceless Igbos in what he ostensibly called “police Action” which degenerated into ethnic cleansing.  Furthermore, Adekunle should publicly show remorse for joining hands with the destructive forces of Gowon.



 
Valentine Obienyem reports.
 
 
*Photo Caption - Benjamin Adekunle