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Lt. Col. Yakubu Gowon, and Other Killers of July 29th-Sept.1966.

 
N/20 Lt. Col. Yakubu Gowon handled all control and coordination of operations, at Army H.q Ministry of defense Ikeja.  N/201 Major Baba Usuman controlled intelligence, on which operations were directed. 
2/Lt. Nuhu killed their O.C. Capt. Egere and 2/Lt. Onyeneho. 2/LT. Nasarawa directed operations in Ikeja
and Lagos.  S/Sgt. Humb and L/Cpl.Dogo Yaro killed RSM Elijah Anosike. Pt. Bukar Haruna (brother to Lt.Col. Haruna murdered Sgt. Godfrey Orji, and Stephen Emodi at Ikeja.  At Abeokuta Garrison, N/389 Capt. M. Remawa, and N/453 Capt. D. Bali, killed the detainees, Major D.O. Okafor, and Major C.I. Anuforo.  N/147 Major Daramola, sent from Ibadan to Makudi where he arrested and detained fifteen Eastern Soldiers in detention, took them to a place fifteen miles on Makudi-Kafia road, where they were executed by a firing squad.  N/36 Lt. Col. H.U. Katsina, Military Governor of Northern Nigeria, supervised operations in Kaduna.  Lt. B.S. Dimka and Lt. S. Abache killed six Officers of H.q. 1 (one) Bde. Kaduna. Sgt. Dansofo rapped and molested women.  Nothern Civilians that took part in the July 29th- Spt. 1966, are; Mallam Ali Akilu, Secretary, Military government of Nothern Nigeria.  Alhaji Inua Wada,  Alhaji Kam-Selem (inspector genera of Police). Alhaji Nuhu Bamali, Alhaji Zana Bukar Dipcharima,Mallam Maitama Sule, Mallam Sallahatu Zauzzau., Mallam D. Yesuf (head of Special Branch of Nigerian Police).  The following Western Nigerian Civillians took part in the May 1966 disturbances and genocidial activities,against the people of Eastern region.  Chief Remi A Fani Kayode, Mr. Lalekan Salami, Mr. C.O. Falade, Alhaji Busari Obisean, Chief B.O. Olowofoyeku, and Chief A.O. Adeyi. Major Boyd of Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, and Mr. S. Richardson of Ahmadu Bellow University Zaria, were some of the known Foreigners that actively encouraged Nothern students to plan operations, including civil disturbances, and genocidal activities against Easterners.  These disturbances, and genocidal activities by the Notherners caused the deaths of over thirty thousand men, women, and children of Eastern origin.