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Wednesday, 6 January 2016

NIGERIA: CAPITULATING UNDER THE WEIGHT OF BIAFRA

Nigeria: capitulating under the weight of Biafra
 Article written by Tim Tochukwu
Published by Family Writers
Biafra protesters

For a great number of people, the reality of the ill-conceived Nigeria as a country, and the fact that it is now a failed state hit home during (2015) season of Christmas more than ever before. Many celebrated Christmas across the country without their salaries, including Police men, ex-service men, and civil servants. Even allowances for special duties were not paid.

For the informed minds, the reason for Nigeria’s capitulation into the status of a failed state is, most obviously, due to the activities of Biafrans who upped the tempo of their agitation to exit the expired contraption. They have taken the country by the jugular and consistently, on a daily bases, been squeezing life out of it. Worse for the wicked contraption, the worst of its bunch of illiterate and semi-illiterate rulers, Muhammadu Buhari, is the one on the saddle and has been crashing everything he could reach.

Nigeria’s illiterate rulers (who had ruled the country with force of arms) thought the exit of Biafra from Nigeria, as is being packaged by Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) under Nnamdi Kanu, is going to be like what happened in 1967 – 70. They thought it was going to be a pitched battle between two opposing sides with clear-cut battlefields. How so mistaken they were? They did not know Biafra was going to come at them from undefined angles that their low-level mentalities would not be able fathom. Listen to Buhari, Nigerian president’s last media chat, and you will see his stupidity when it came to discussing the issue of Nnamdi Kanu, who is leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Director of Radio Biafra.

That is why today, Old investors are disserting Nigeria in droves. Who will leave his money in an enclave that is ultimately a sham and which is dying so fast? New investors are so shy of the country that business enquiries have dwindled drastically. They see and feel the uncertainties in Nigeria everywhere they look. First they know the country has expired, after wasting its miserable 100 years life-span on excessive shedding of innocent blood and destruction of dreams and aspirations of progressive peoples. Secondly they see the good case Biafrans are presenting to the world since the expiration of the country’s amalgamation since 2014, and they know Nigeria cannot survive it.
Which investor would like to put his investment in such a country as Nigeria? Even investors who were lured in by the pleadings and progress-minded attitude of the last government have now been divesting their investments out of Nigeria. They know that the man in the saddle is more of a carpenter when it comes to the issues of the economy and governance and therefore could not save a dying economy and a dying country. They also know of all the wrong economic moves he has made, and know that it could only get worse.

Perhaps the only seemingly good move the Buhari government made in terms of keeping Nigeria together is his intention to borrow from different countries to run his government. The thinking in his government is that such countries would rally round him in efforts to keep Nigeria one so as to save their investments. But Biafrans should start warning any such countries that loaning their money to Nigeria would be the greatest mistake they would make.

As a matter of fact, they should be warned because the Nigerian economy is already dead and they would be pushing a dead horse. Indeed, what should be a major business of Biafrans in this dispensation should be to inform and warn businessmen and governments of the world of the dangers of loaning money to Nigeria. They should be made to understand that Nigeria is a high risk area for any sane individual to invest in. It is a known fact that countries in conflict always experience down-turns in their economy, and Nigerian case cannot be different.

Civilised countries of the world know this, and that is why they always do everything possible to keep peace in their countries, and keep conflicts away. Unfortunately this reality is alien to daft Nigerian rulers who think that only guns and bullets solve problems. They think the British government was foolish to resolve the Scotland quest for independence through a referendum, instead of clamping down on their leaders and producing trumped up charges against them. Muhammadu Buhari, the current Nigerian ruler, was not wise enough to learn that Canadian authorities were never foolish for consistently conducting referendum for independence of its Quebec region rather than threaten them with war and violence.

The reality for Buhari is that he is foolishly racing against time trying to kill an idea whose time has come. He is now acting out the part of Pharaoh of Egypt of old trying to use intimidation and state force to dissuade a people whose mind are made up for freedom. He does not know that the fate which befell Pharaoh and Egypt will eventually befall him and Nigeria. Sages have told us that you cannot kill an ideology which time has come, and instead of killing Biafra, Buhari is making it easy for Biafra to completely destroy Nigeria in the coming months. The rest of Nigeria might still stay intact if Buhari, and his fellow vultures called Nigerian leaders would do it peacefully. But if they continue the way they are going, Nigeria willc completely capitulate under the weight of Biafra.


1 comment

  1. ALL HAIL BIAFRA! RESTORATION TIME IS NOW! IT IS UNSTOPPABLE! IT IS UNQUENCHABLE! THOSE WHO STAND ON THE ROAD WILL BE ELECTROCUTED! WHO CAN STOP THE VISION AND PROPHECY WHOSE TIME HAS COME! THEY SHOULD SEE THE FINGER OF GOD IF THEY HAVE EYES THAT SEE!

    GOD BLESS NNAMDI KANU! GOD BLESS IPOB! GOD BLESS BIAFRA!

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