PASTOR E.O ADEBOYE ADVISED BIAFRANS AGAINST BEATING THE DRUMS OF WAR
“After the war, we took in an Igbo girl; she was supposed to come and be a house help; but we spent three months nursing her back to health, because she was so weak, she couldn’t even carry a bottle of coke.
“After we nursed her back to health, physically, we had to nurse her back to mental health. We had to keep on reminding her that the war is over, but she would wake up at night shaking asking “where am I?” “Which side is the army coming from?”
“We had to spend time to tell her stop chasing lizards, because towards the end of the war, they were, according to her, no lizards left in the East, because they were used for food.
“Please, don’t talk about war. I don’t want war. I don’t want war in Nigeria,” the RCCG Overseer said.