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Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Okorocha and the duckling

Okorocha and the duckling
By Tim Tochukwu
For Family Writers

“On behalf of all state governors in Eastern region, we have unanimously agreed with Mr. President Mohammadu Buhari not to release that terrorist and troublesome boy who does not know his root…Nnamdi Kanu deserve to die by hanging” – Rochas Okorocha.

The case of Rochas Okorocha, the Imo State Governor, and his tantrum above, which was made against Nnamdi Kanu, leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Director of Radio Biafra (together with the silence of Biafrans over it) is best typified by the popular Biafran allegory of a young kite and a duckling.
A young male kite was so excited about its ability to fly, dive, swerve, and catch its preys that it became less discerning with the kind of preys it chose to catch. One day, it saw a little duckling feeding beside a water front; it went at it, grabbed and swerved away happily towards home.When it got home and perched on a branch near its mother, preparing to commence devouring its prey, the mother suddenly stopped him.

She had looked closely at him and saw that what he was clutching in his claws was a creature alien to their kind for food. To be sure she applied their test for determining their type of prey for food. She asked the young kite, “When you took this prey, was the mother there?”
The young kite answered in the affirmative, and she probed further, “What did the mother say? What did she do when you took this prey?”

The young kite looked at the mother confused. Finally, it shrugged its shoulders and explained that the mother duck did nothing. “She just glanced at me and looked away, and continued with her chores” said the young kite.

Immediately, the mother-kite jumped up from where she was resting on a branch and told her son to instantly package the prey back to its mother. “The heart of that woman is deep;nobody knows what such a woman has in her mind and what she can do. You are not safe with such a creature” she said. The young kite quickly took the duckling back to its mother.But it was very hungry; it should not just head back home; it must find something to eat.So after a little hunt, it got lucky and found a stray chick. Instantly it went for it, got it, and headed home.When it finally got home, the mother asked the same question it asked the concerning the duckling. The young kite explained that the mother of the chick had raved and raged; shouting herself hoarse and even attempted to fly after them. The mother kite then relaxed and asked the son to enjoy its meal.
In this allegory, Okorocha is the young kite. Kanu is the duckling. Biafrans are the mother-duck that have kept quiet since Okorocha made the nonsensical statement above. Okorocha, like the young kite, has the gift of the gab – he could fly, dive, swerve and duck with words.That was what gave him the confidence to coin those words about Kanu, a Biafran. But unlike the young kite which could still return its prey to the mother, Okorocha cannot take back his words. For that reason, Biafrans will forever judge him on those words.

Nevertheless, looking at the merit of that statement, one could see that Okorocha described Kanu as a troublesome boy; but spoke like an old fool. It is only a foolish adult that would see a man with millions of fanatical followers and think that such a man could be killed and he will live happily ever after with his children.

Even though Okorocha was flying a kite, based on decisions he had reached with his evil Nigerian rulers (who are confessed Biafran haters), he should have known the foolishness of doing something that will pitch millions of Biafrans against his family and lineage forever. Only a foolish politician from Nigeria will see a man with millions of followers demonstrating in Embassies in more than 66 countries of the world and think that he can just kill him and the world would go to sleep as if nothing happened.
Okorocha will eat his words.

10 comments

  1. God will surely punish Okorohausa and his generations for making that stupid statement GOD BLESS BIAFRA!

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  2. Okorocha is a disapointmnt to biafra, dis is wer we met bad luck hvin stupid nd puppet governors in s'east. I strongly belv dat kalu wil mak dem reap we dey sow.

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  3. He still remains the biggest fool. Time of reckoning shall come.

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  4. He still remains the biggest fool. Time of reckoning shall come.

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  5. He Okorohausa is thinking that one day he will become the President of Zoo.
    that will never happen in his life time. Go back to where you came from you are not an Ibo man.

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  6. Well, is Okorocha a Biafra? Letter you will give us the names and the signature of those who agreed with you that KANU should die by hanging. Anyway he is an Hausa man.but okorocha make sure you watch part two of that movies.

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  7. Mr Rojas okorocha is a very big fool ever slave man like you do you know your root? your father and your tribe? your answer is no.
    Now you are an illegitimate child that is to call bastard child. you father is Mr. Danjuma an Hausa cattle header ok, and your business or job is 419 That is to bring white people down to your place and dupe them after that you Mulder the person, you are not from Eastern or Biafra you are from Hausa tribe and we must post you back where you come from just very soon just wait, is a promise to you. clean up is yet to come. you are a homosexual your always wear bra like women and cover it up with morpheler on your neck
    MAZI NNAMDI KANU IS HERO, GREAT MAN EVER AND OUR MAN FOREVER IF YOU DO NOT LIKE THAT GO AND DIE BY HAND YOURSELF ON THE MANGO TREE OK, REMEMBER JUDAS DIE BEFORE JESUS CHRIST LET IT BE IN YOUR MIND.

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  8. My take in in this case of Rochas okorocha and many other like him, must be told to begin preparation for endless exile out of Biafraland. There is no two ways about it. Obiana,oKOROCHA, Rotimi Amechi, and governor whose state was used to share our bloods .A day of judgement is near to them. And by the time we send them to endless, journey,their family members from generation to generation will never be allowed to be part of anything good thing in Biafraland,they shall be consider irrelevant.

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  9. I pity his male sons because the sins of the father will be upon them..Biafra for life

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