More than twice before Monday, May 25, Nigeria’s terrorist elect, Muhammadu Buhari, complained that Goodluck Jonathan, the then outgoing president had refused to teach him how to run the country.
Inquest of The Biafra Times across Biafra-land showed that the people considered a very foolish statement to make. They wondered why Buhari would want Jonathan (who his party members and supporters) branded clueless guide him on how to run the government.
They advised Buhari that instead of chasing a mirage, which is by hoping to govern Nigeria that he should concern himself on how to govern without Biafra as its constituent part. Majority of the people advised further that governing Nigeria with Biafra within its borders at this point in time would be the toughest task he has ever undertaken in his life, and that it might even take his life.