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Jeff Bezos And Prof Uju Anya Engage Fiercely On Twitter Over Her ‘Tweets’ On Queen Elizabeth’s Death

Professor Uju Anya and Jeff Bezo, the richest man in the world, have been engaged in a Twitter spat since the passing of the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.

This follows Prof. Uju Anya’s Thursday criticism of the British Empire and the crucial role played by the late Queen Elizabeth II in the Nigerian Civil War, which resulted in the deaths of over three million Igbo people in the 1960s, via her verified Twitter account.

She wrote; ‘‘I heard the chief monarch of a thieving genocidal empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating”. The tweet has now been deleted at the time of this report.

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This tweet appears to have been sent as soon as the Queen’s health was announced not to be good.


Replying to the tweet, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezoz stunned, replied “This is someone supposedly working to make the world better? I don’t think so. Wow.”

Angered by Jeff Bezo’s reply, Uju not backing down, doubled down on her earlier rhetorics, saying;

“Otoro gba gbue gi. May everyone you and your merciless greed have harmed in this world remember you as fondly as I remember my colonizers.”

The tweets have sparked a wide range of responses from people all across the world.

While some openly criticized Uju for her animosity for the queen, others praised her, denouncing the Queen for actively taking part in the destruction of Africa and other vassal colonies throughout the British empire’s rule.

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Before being deleted by Twitter, Uju Anya’s tweets received thousands of likes and retweets.


See tweets below;



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