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Friday, 27 November 2020

Is The 21st Century Britain Bereft Of The Likes Of William Wilberforce? (Part 2)

 Is The 21st Century Britain Bereft Of The Likes Of William Wilberforce? (Part 2)



Very unfortunately so and in less than a century, after the effective and total abolition of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, another set of British government  officials and merchants, introduced yet another subtle but more demonic slavery policy  known as the "Amalgamation of Northern and Southern Nigeria" in the year, 1914. Eversince the amalgamation of these nations with totally irreconcilable differences premised on sheer economic interests of Britain, the Nigeria of British dream and manipulation has pitiably become the land of horrific bloodbath, genocide, rape, terrorism, ethno-religious cleansing and sustained extermination agenda. 

The victims of these horrendous atrocities have remained people of the same region, between Bight of Biafra and Bight of Benin from where more than forty million men, women and children were kidnapped and sold into slavery during the obnoxious and grossly dehumanizing Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Between 1914 and 1970, more than five million Biafrans were gruesomely massacred on the altar of "One-Nigeria" primarily for Britain's selfish economic interests. From 1970 up till date, hundreds of thousands of innocent Biafrans have so far been murdered  through the employment of various satanic ploys/policies, government-sponsored outfits and Islamic terrorist organizations  such as Fulani herdsmen militia, in order to achieve their agenda of enslavement and extermination of Biafrans from their indigenous lands. 

While the various British governments over the years appear brazenly determined in their support and encouragement of the subjugation, enslavement, exploitation and extermination of Biafrans even in this 21st century, one is then constrained to unmistakeably ask whether the British citizens are really unaware of these prevalent atrocious crimes. Do the British citizens acquiesce to these their government's demonic roles, the unspeakable/despicable acts of man's inhumanity to man?


READ HERE Countdown to 1st October 2020 (Part 2): Nigeria And Democracy


If Thomas Clarkson were to be alive today, would he not get enlisted for another essay writing competition at Cambridge University with the title: "Is It Lawful To Force Any Indigenous Nation Or People To Belong To A Country Against Their Wills? In 1785, Thomas Clarkson pointedly highlighted the horrors of slavery in his writing in Latin essay competition titled: "Is It Lawful To Makes Slaves Of Others Against Their Will? The British government's policies in Nigeria can best be described as "making Biafrans slaves of the Fulanis against their (Biafrans') wills". The policies are much worse than the stated.


Is the current British House of Commons expecting Olauda Equiano (1745-1797), that Biafran who was kidnapped at the young age of eleven years and sold as a slave to a British naval officer but  subsequently bought his freedom to recreate his letter "To The Lords Spiritual And Temporal And The Commons Of The Parliament Of Great Britain", and to excite in members, their good conscience and consciousness that the British policies in Nigeria are purely designed to have Biafrans exterminated?


Just as Olauda Equiano dropped the name Gustavus Vassa given to him by his slavemaster because it reminded him of forced separation from his root; the loss of his parents and his sister with whom he was kidnapped and the horrific misery inflicted on his people. He picked up his native name to reunite with his root at least mentally and spiritually, as well as make an eternal imprint on humanity, the beauty of the culture of his people. Hence, Biafrans unreservedly and eternally reject the name "Nigeria" imposed on them by the British government through the era of Fredrick Lugard and Flora Shaw. The name "Nigeria", is evil epitomized and portends destruction, bloodbath and death. The latest reminders of institutionalized evil includes the Lekki Toll Gate Massacre of 20th of October 2020 and that of Obigbo that ensued.


As Olauda Equiano bought his freedom, so have Biafrans made the supreme sacrifices also for their freedom. The lives of more than five million people snuffed out by Nigeria in connivance with Britain on the altar of "One-Nigeria", from 1945 till the year, 2020, are of great concern to all sane minds. Their blood cries ceaselessly for an end to such sacrifices. One-Nigeria means more bloodbath, deaths and misery. To be oblivious of this fact is to accept ingloriously, that the over five million Biafrans (men, women, children and even the elderly), died in vain; and that Reverend Jonathan Ambache and Father M. Riddle who died in Biafraland while saving Biafran children from starvation on the 29th of July 1968, also died in vain. That will so be, if this 21st century Britain is devoid of the likes of William Wilberforce.


Written by Iheukwumere Uche


Edited by Peter Oshagwu

For Family Writers Press International

IPOB Abolishes office of the deputy leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra

IPOB Abolishes office of the deputy leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra



In a memo dated 26th of November 2020 which was signed by IPOB head of directorate of state Mazi Chika Edoziem . The memo stated that office of the deputy head of Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB )is with immediate effect abolished,  the memo also said that the office will no longer exist in IPOB structure .  Part of the memo as extracted reads thus:

“The Office of the deputy leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra is abolished with immediate effect and ceases to be part of the IPOB leadership structure.” 

“Henceforth nobody should be referred to as deputy leader of the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), the memo said “throughout the history of freedom fighting there is nothing like deputy leader.”

It went further to say    “Any family member of the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide led by Onyendu Mazi Nnmdi Kanu be it a principal officer or not who is not willing to follow directives from our leader whether directly passed on to the person or through the directorate will do well to step aside or resign from their position now.  


Wednesday, 25 November 2020

Ohanaeze Ndigbo Election: We Will Restore Sanity, Rebuild Trust And Confidence Of Ndigbo – OYC Vows

 Ohanaeze Ndigbo Election: We Will Restore Sanity, Rebuild Trust And Confidence Of Ndigbo – OYC Vows



•Warns Governors And External Influence To Steer Clear In Ohanaeze Election

•Declares Obiozor’s Consensus Candidacy Illegal and Undemocratic 

The National President of the Apex sociocultural organization of Igbo youths, Ohanaeze Youth Council(OYC) Comrade Igboayaka O. Igboayaka have warned Southeast governors to steer clear in the forthcoming electoral process of Ohanaeze Ndigbo.

Comrade Igboayaka stated this in Enugu on Tuesday 24th November while addressing newsmen on the undemocratic intrusion of the election process by Southeast governors and cliques of elders who are hiding under the shade of Elders Council while their real motives is to truncate the democratic process of Ohanaeze Ndigbo for their political interest and selfish reasons.

Igboayaka stated that OYC’s earlier claim of a plot to rig the Ohanaeze Ndigbo election have manifested, as on November 23, 2020, the group of illegal political maradonas hiding under Imo Elders Council  presented whom the Imo State governor had already chosen and turning back ceremonially presenting him to  Imo State governor, the Southeast governors Northern stooge Prof. George Obiozor as their clique of consensus candidate to rig him in as the next president-general of Ohanaeze Ndigbo to replace the outgoing Nnia Nwodo.

At the National Executive Council meeting of Ohanaeze Youth Council, it was resolved that the constituting of the electoral committee which empowered each governor in the Southeast to recommend two persons is unacceptable to Ndigbo.

That the so-called electoral committee of governors’ recommendation and undemocratic decision of the illegal constituted Imo State Elders Council led by Engr. Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu is null and void, and every decision that did not meet the general interest of over 70 million Igbos is unacceptable.

OYC advised the Iwuanyanwu-led Imo Elders Council not to engage in further individualistic and ill-motivated political interest over the election that is tantamount to bridging peace in Ohanaeze Ndigbo and in Igboland at large.

The council resolved that all the presidential candidates in Imo state should get into the election ring were their fate, popularity and credibility will be determined by a pure democratic process, noting that there is no consensus presidential candidate of Ohanaeze Ndigbo in Imo state at this point.

The council resolved that any bridge of constitutional framework in the process of the election shall be massively rejected by over 30 million Igbo youths and Ndigbo in general.

The council regretted that Ohanaeze Ndigbo has lost its pride, dignity, focus and respect of over 95% Igbos therefore, opted that they are determined to bring sanity, trust and confident of Ndigbo back to the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, maintaining that Ohanaeze Ndigbo election has passed the level were few microscopic political profiteers and elements stays in their parlor and draft list of incompetent characters in the name of Ohanaeze Ndigbo National Executive Council(NEC).

The Council urged Nnia Nwodo to bury all plans of electoral fraud, and employ every democratic process for smooth process of his transition.

The Council warned that any unconstitutional meeting by non-existing group with the motive to sabotage the general interest of Ndigbo will not be tolerated by Igbo youths, stating that the youths must use every pro-active measure and resistance to respond to the so-called Elders and governors that have mortgaged the future of Igbo youths since 1999.

OYC president further stated that in 2021 Ohanaeze Ndigbo will determine the political future of Igbo youths and Ndigbo at large, stressing that whosoever that want to trade or gamble, upturn the people’s mandate will surely hit a brick wall.


Signed:

Nwogha Ndubuisi Andy,

Special Assista On Public Enlightenment to the National President, Ohanaeze Youth Council (OYC)

November 24, 2020.

Tuesday, 24 November 2020

2023: 75 Prominent Elders Vow To Pull Yoruba Nation Out Of Nigeria

 2023: 75 Prominent Elders Vow To Pull Yoruba Nation Out Of Nigeria


Seventy-five prominent Yoruba elders have vowed to pull the Yoruba nation out of Nigeria if the country is not restructured before the 2023 general elections.


Acting under the aegis of Voice of Reason (VOR), a socio-cultural group, the elders made this known to Punchnewspaper of Friday November 20


Some of the elders that signed the advertorial include: former Chief of Army Staff, General Alani Akinrinade; former Vice Chancellor of the University of Lagos, Prof. Oye Ibidapo-Obe; co-founder, EKO Hospitals, Olorogun Sonny Kuku; and spokesperson, Afenifere, Yinka Odumakin.


According to the elders, the 1999 constitution under which the country is being governed is “flawed” and designed to give undue advantage to the northern regions of the country over their southern neighbours. 


“The Yoruba people are irrevocably committed to a fundamental restructuring of this current union within the shortest possible time, preferably, before the elections, failing which, we Yoruba people may have to exercise our option not to continue to be part of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as presently constituted.


“In the inalienable right to self-determination guaranteed by the United Nations Charter, we are prepared to use ALL means and resources available to us to extricate our people from this failed, unfair and unworkable union,” the advertorial read in part.


Read the full advertorial below:


VOICE OF REASON (VOR)


Agba Kiiwaloja ki oriomo tuntun wo [Yoruba Proverb]


VOR is a body of Yoruba sons and daughters, comprising successful entrepreneurs and eminent professionals across the spectrum of the society.


As a body, VOR is not partisan, but we are passionate about the progress and welfare of the nation.


The average age of the scores of membership of the body is above sixty five years.


In any culture in the world, anyone of that age qualifies to be referred to as an ELDER.


With the events going on in Nigeria at present, we believe, as elders in Yoruba land, it is time we made our voices heard, loud and clear.


No one needs to be told of the suffering of the people under the harsh economy and insecurity brought about by a federation hobbled by corruption, insincerity and ineptitude of politicians.


VOR has noted that the aspirations of most Nigerians are not being met resulting in very apparent despondency which, if unchecked, will lead to chaos in the land.


VOR further notes that the dissatisfaction of citizens largely stems from a lack of opportunities for self-development and employment even for those who have taken step to educate themselves and their children, many of our qualified citizens are abroad unable to come back and cope with the existing conditions.


Before the whole country becomes convulsed by election fever, we have resolved to bring the following to the attention of the public as a whole.


The Yoruba people are irrevocably committed to a fundamental restructuring of this current union within the shortest possible time, preferable, before the elections, falling which, we Yoruba may have to exercise our option not to continue to be part of the Federal Republic of Nigeria as presently constituted. In the inalienable right to self-determination guaranteed by the United Nations Charter, we are prepared to use ALL means and resources available to us to extricate our people from this failed, unfair and unworkable union.

The restructuring exercise envisaged and demanded by the Yorubas cannot and should not be carried out through the National Assembly as presently constituted using the current 1999 Nigerian Constitution. This is because the current constitution not only does NOT represent the will or wishes of “we the people,” it is a flawed document conceived and hatched under a ‘Northern’ Military Government with fraudulent and unwarranted structural advantages given to Northern Nigeria, and foisted on the rest of us.


Furthermore, we believe that the threshold for amending the present constitution to reflect and effect our legitimate demands is insurmountable for the Southern zones, based on the in-built flawed assumptions in the 1999 constitution.


All Yoruba States are encouraged to carry out genuine census of how many we truly are in Yoruba land, using Lagos State example which uses 23 million people for planning as against 9 million used by the Federal Government in the sharing of revenue and resources.

We sympathize with the people of middle Belt in the onslaught on their villages by armed herdsmen committing murder and mayhem. In view of the migration of mayhem southward by these rampaging marauders, a proper tab should be kept by our communities on Okada riders and itinerant artisans in our midst to make sure there are no “Sleeper Cells” of terrorists among them, waiting for an opportunity to unleash violence on the populace.

State Assemblies, in Yoruba land should make laws against Open Grazing. We believe it is NOT the business of the Federal Government to canvass or arm-twist the state governors for cattle colonies, if need be our people would be encouraged to boycott beef from their diet to drive home the point. If we don’t eat beef, there is no need bringing cattle to our farmlands or doorsteps.

Education was paramount in Yoruba land in the past. It was the basis of the giant strides made by Yoruba at the beginning of this federation when the regions planned and executed their development programs by themselves, with education, our teeming population can be converted into human assets that will drive development in our land instead of the mass of unemployable bodies looking for jobs and ready to be recruited for nefarious activities.

As a starting point, all primary and secondary JS classes in Yoruba land must begin the study of Yoruba History and Culture as part of their courses of study in earnest. This can be accommodated under our present school management system without it being open for JS examination.


Concerted efforts must be made in developing and strengthening the youth. Youth discontent and despondency must be avoided at all costs. That is why preparing the youth for leadership is dear to VOR.


Yoruba Obas should move to withdraw from the national council of traditional rulers if the chairmanship is not made ROTATIONALbetween the North and the South. As it is, they are perceived to be subordinate to the Sultan of Sokoto. The religion of Islam should not be used as an excuse. History tells us that Islam came to Yoruba land long before the Jihadists were stopped in Oshogbo.

There should be village/community meetings all over Yoruba Land for people’s mobilization, dissemination of information of Yoruba interest, raising funds, strategizing and promoting and promoting Yoruba harmony and integration.

Our elected representatives should be invited to local meetings within their constituencies, not to hail or ask them for favors, but for them to be intimated with the challenges within the constituencies with a view of finding solutions to such problems.

The laudable DAWN initiative should be strengthened so that there would be more economic integration and improvement in road, rail and waterways links among the states in Yoruba land.

All politicians aspiring to lead our people must henceforth be those ready to serve. We are tired of politicians using our people as bargaining chips to feather their nests to the detriment of our people. Our people must also desist from selling their votes. Experience should have taught them that they sell themselves into perpetual slavery and penury even with such short-term gain


Signatories


Olorogun Sunny Kuku

Admiral Okanlawon Oni

Olumide Sofowora SAN

Admiral Toye Shode

Olutola Mobolurin

Dr A. A Akingba

Prince Remi Adefarakan

Engr. Afolabi Salami

Prof.Akin Ibidapo- Obe

Akin Opoedu

Prof. Bayo Williams

Akin Sawyerr

Prof. Kayode Odusote

Akinsola Akinfemiwa

Senator Akin Odunsi

Arc. Fola Olumide

Pastor Seye Ladapo

Bayo Oluwasanmi

Pastor Soji Adelore

Biyi Otegbeye

Prof Oye Ibidapo-Obe


Mrs Cecilia Akintomide

Prince Goke Omisore

Mrs Tokunbo Sholu-Ekukinam

Otunba Aderemi Abdul

Mrs Ronke Onayemi

Otunba Sola Adekanola

Foluso Olateju

Otunba Yomi Alao

Chief Samuel Bolarinwa

Dr Olufemi Adegoke

Gori Ogunyemi

Omo-oba Yemisi Shyllon

Soji Awogbade

Dr Femi Olugbile

Chief Taiwo Rasheed

Ashipa Jibowu Owoade

Tokunbo Adesanya

Capt Akinyele Caulcrick

Chief Tokunbo Ajasin

Chief Supo Shonibare

Arc. Tosin Akinyemi

D.A. Ogungbemile

AIG Tunji Alapini (rtd)

Chief Deinde Brown

Ogbeni Bola Majekodunmi

Otunba Deji Osibogun

Otunba Dolapo Balogun

Chief (Dr) Dele Fajemirokun

Alake Dare

Yinka Odumakin

Chief Kayode Aderinokun

Sir, Yomi Williams

Dr, Segun Oshin

Bambo Adesanya SAN

Chief Tunde Dabiri

Chief Olulekan Smith

Otunba Olu Otubunsin

Muyiwa Adetiba

Chief Tunde Onakoya

Prince Dapo Adelegan

Gen Alani Akinrinade, rtd

Chief Michael Adeojo

Engr Sola Alabi

Bolaji  Ogunseye

Engr Sunmade Agbe-Davies

Dr Ebun Sonaiya

Kayode Shoyombo

Dr Ladi Awosika

Dr Leke Oshunniyi

Dr Seyi Roberts

Chief Taiwo Rasheed

Kamar Raji esq

Barr. George Olufemi Ogunjimi 

Chief Tunji Ayanlaja SAN


FORWARDED AS RECEIVED


Olayomi Koiki

Sunday, 22 November 2020

Nigerian Police Force: Why Officers Must Not Return To Duty

 Nigerian Police Force: Why Officers Must Not Return To Duty


With particular reference to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's recent post on his Facebook page, comes also a reminder of Bishop Matthew Kukah's homily which was titled "Nigeria is not worth dying for". The Bishop stated this at the Good Shepherd Major Seminary, Kaukau Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State before the burial of the late seminarian killed by Fulani killer Herdsmen in the State. 

The cleryman  lamented that citizens of some countries were willing to risk their lives for their nations but such is not the case in Nigeria. He alleged that office holders are only loyal to their positions and not to their country. He said, “Nigeria is at a point where we must call for a verdict. There must be something that a man, nay, a nation should be ready to die for. “Sadly, or even tragically today, Nigeria, does not possess that set of goals or values for which any sane citizen is prepared to die for her.

“Perhaps, I should correct myself and say that the average office holder is only ready to protect his office but not the nation that has given him or her that office.” He regretted that the consistent efforts being made to build Nigeria has failed, alleging that the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd.), remains the only President in the history of the country that has run the “most nepotistic and narcissistic government ever known in history.”

“The Yorubas say that if it takes you twenty five (25) years to practice madness, how much time would you have to put it into real life? We have practiced madness for too long. “Our attempt to build a nation has become like the agony of "Sisyphus" who angered the gods and had to endure the frustration of rolling a stone up the mountain. Each time he got near the top, the gods would tip the stone back and he would go back to start all over again. What has befallen our nation?” he conclusively asked.

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has also said the same thing, directing it particularly to the Nigerian police and the military. He said: "It seems men and women of the Nigerian Police have started the process of acquiring some common sense at last. My advice to them as with those serving in the Nigerian army, especially those from the Middle Belt and the South, with the following:

1) Resign from the Nigerian Police with immediate effect as most are now doing in the army. Burn your uniform and join the revolution.

2) Prepare to lead the upcoming revolution in your area because the same Nigerian youths in the Middle Belt and in the South have Fulani commanders that want you KILLED. These are the only people honestly fighting for a better future for you and your children.

 3) Fulani Janjaweed controlled security apparatus in Nigeria is using you to kill your own people while they groom and tolerate terrorists in their own terror ravaged North. They see you as fools. You kill your own  youths only for Fulani to come and take over your village with their terrorism. Why is it that your fellow Fulani janjaweed police officers do not kill their own young people in the core Arewa Sharia North despite the preponderance of terrorism? Think! This is the height of idiocy, say no to the death of your own youths, reject Nigeria police today.

4) Another reason why you must not go back to work is this; the same Fulani terrorists and bandits that kill you earn more than five times your salary, courtesy of their fellow Fulanis who are in control of Aso Rock. Nigeria is the only country in the world where the government pay killers and terrorists more than their own police officers. Use your brain for once and stop doing the bidding of Fulani terrorists in Aso Rock".

Is Nigeria worth dying for? It is only a fool that will stake his life for her. It is high time you think about your life, your family and your friends. Can you beat your chest and say that since you joined the Police or the Military, that you are happy doing the work? How much are you being paid? How are you respected as a person serving his or her country? You really need to sit down and evaluate your life. Why would you consider going back as a Nigerian police or army officer? Is it because of the respect the country has for you when you die in active service or what?

Now that you have heard from the Nigerian government that repentant Boko Haram terrorists are being paid one hundred and fifty thousand naira (N150,000) monthly with your salary far less,

you really need to pity both yourself and your family.

Written by Obulose Chidiebere

Edited by Elemeghideonye Nnamdi Stephen

For Family Writers Press International

Plans To Sell Ohanaeze Ndigbo To Caliphate Thickens – OYC raises alarm

 Plans To Sell Ohanaeze Ndigbo To Caliphate Thickens – OYC raises alarm



•OYC Declare Resistance Against Nnia Nwodo and Southeast governors


The National President of Ohanaeze Youth Council(OYC), Comrade Igboayaka O. Igboayaka have revealed that the so-called Elders Council meeting of Ohanaeze Ndigbo led by Engr. Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu on 19th November 2020 at Owerri was a plot to seal the candidate of the caliphate for the next President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo.


Addressing newsmen in Owerri over the weekend, Comrade Igboayaka described the meeting as illegal and unconstitutional, stressing that the so-called Elders council who has not met since 2014 can’t converge now under the pretence of screening or harmonizing candidates from Imo State, while they are merely acting on the directive of Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, President Buhari’s Chief of Staff who is plotting to install Prof. George Obiozor to replace Nnia Nwodo.


Comrade Igboayaka revealed that Prof. Obiozor have never featured in Ohanaeze Ndigbo meeting or participated in any affairs of Ohanaeze, noting that Nnia Nwodo’s appointment of Engr. Iwuanyanwu as chairman elders council in Imo State is unknown to Ime-Obi, the highest decision making organ of the body.


The kangaroo screening and meeting that was done or called by Engr. Iwuanyanwu in which they adopted Prof. George Obiozor lacked constitutional backing, as the Constitution of Ohanaeze Ndigbo only empowers the secretary in conjunction with the president to summon a meeting at all levels.


It is unfortunate that the Elders Council was a mere committee of the caliphate and choreograph plan to stop Dr. Jeo Nworgu, Prof. Chidi Osuagwu and Goddy Uwazuruike’s candidature, to pave a smooth way for Prof. George Obiozor.


Comrade Igboayaka noted that in their quest to satisfy their caliphate master and greed they have bridged and/or violated the Ohanaeze Ndigbo constitution which stated that at least minimum of three candidates must stand to vie for the office of the President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo.


The choice to force Prof. George Obiozor on Ndigbo does not met the existing electoral provision of the body. The influence of the Chief of Staff, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari in the shenanigans constituted Elders Council led by Engr. Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu summarizes the skepticism of Ndigbo that Ohanaeze Ndigbo will be a sub-branch of caliphate, Igboayaka stated.


He therefore urge Igbo business men and women, organizations both in diaspora and home to rise now and adopt their own Ohanaeze Ndigbo President-General candidate or remain cowards and die socio-culturally and political slaves to the caliphate.


It is disgraceful that Nnia Nwodo in conjunction with the Southeast governors have bridged every constitutional cum democratic process of Ohanaeze Ndigbo election and such planned electoral fraud will not materialize under the watch of Ohanaeze Youth Council as over 30 million Igbo youths who have interest in Ohanaeze Ndigbo that will determine the present and future of the youths in Igbo land.


The Ohanaeze Youth Council President therefore, warned the governors and Nnia Nwodo to quickly withdraw every plans to sell Ohanaeze Ndigbo to the caliphate and allow a pure democratic process or be ready to contend with the force of angry Igbo youths in Ohanaeze Youth Council(OYC).


Signed

Nwogha Ndubuisi Andy,

Special Assistant On Public Enlightenment to the National President, Ohanaeze Youth Council (OYC).

November 22, 2020


Saturday, 21 November 2020

The Inclination Of Terror On The Indigenous citizens Of Nigeria

 The Inclination Of Terror On The Indigenous citizens Of Nigeria


With constant threat to the lives of the Indigenous citizens entrapped in this contraption named Nigeria and the increase of terror activities ravaging the Nigerian geographical space ranging from Boko Haram, ISIS, Fulani Miyetti Allah terrorists, Fulani bandits, the Nigerian Military, the Nigerian Police, the Department of State Security (DSS), coupled with the heinous activities of the Nigerian Governors, show without reservation that Nigeria is a breeding ground for terrorism and impunity in the eyes of the world. This needs to be dismantled for the safety of the inhabitants and the world at large.


The Lekki genocide of 20th of October 2020 and the ongoing Obigbo genocide on the civilian population within the Nigerian state, clearly forms reflective samples  of acts of terrorism being perpetrated daily, by the Nigerian Government through the instrumentality of it's agents of darkness in the armed forces,  against the  citizens without provocations. The right to freedom of Protest thus, as stipulated in the Nigerian Constitution has been demonized, malpracticed and manipulated to suit the collective selfishness of  the  Nigerian presidency. Freedom to protest however, has been baptized to being an act of war/ activities of hoodlums thereby paving the way for the Nigerian soldiers to proudly or vehemently shoot live bullets at unarmed civilians demanding for good governance. 


The above brutal indice has imbided fear of the unknown, as the masses now believe that none has the right to live  dependently as a citizen unless that which is decided by the presidency of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The unfortunate dictatorship in a democratic government has been in practice,  by the powers that be to the extent that Freedom of Association, Speech and Right To Protest freely, have been despicably criminalized to acts of coup d'etat against the Nigerian government/ presidency. 

The impunity of the government has been sustained and craved as norms because majority choose to be silent especially the clegymen, International Bodies, International Human Rights Organizations, the United Nations, the African union and Representatives of world Ambassadors to Nigeria. The world dramatically seems to turn a blind eye in the selective and collective extermination of Biafrans in Nkpor, Igwuocha, Onitsha, Emene and the recent Obigbo genocides. The silence of the International Community over the imposed act of terror by the Nigerian government on the citizens, emboldened the government to foster more terror on the Nigerian people as seen in the peaceful #EndSarsProtests with the military executing unarmed Nigerian youths at Lekki and Obigbo at will.


The unprovoked killings of the Nigerian people have always been masterminded by the leadership but will definitely have consequential  reprisal attacks by the citizens. The International Community should understand it and know that from every action, comes reactions. In order to avoid extreme human casualties, which will definitely degenerate to total war as people resort to self defense, yet remains paramount as enshrined in the constitution of the United Nations (UN), which Nigeria is unfortunately, a signatory to. However, a terror state should not be allowed to exist in whatever coloration.


Written by Anioke Chukwunonso


Edited by Onyebuchi Eucharia

For Family Writers Press International

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