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Monday, 8 February 2016

NIGERIA IS HUNGRY FOR WAR BECAUSE KANU APPLIED COMMON SENSE AND PEACE.

NIGERIA IS HUNGRY FOR WAR BECAUSE KANU APPLIED COMMON SENSE AND PEACE.

By Ifeanyi Chijioke
For Family Writers

I am not a soothsayer neither am I a prophet of doom, I am only writing based on reality, character and position. I have always tried to distance myself from assumptive write-ups and hence I have proof, let me make it clear that Nigeria is hungry for war against unarmed Biafrans simply because they adopted peace and common sense in pursuit of Biafra restoration.

They so much need this war because Biafrans are unarmed; this is a military that had never fought a war, with high record of crime against humanity and violation of rights. The Boko haram war before them is a shame; they are begging Boko haram for dialogue. The oil rich part of Biafra, youths armed themselves, militancy took prominence, this military was defeated and they pleaded for dialogue. Their military chief Buhari is killing peaceful protesters while others- chief of “staff” are threatening Biafrans simply because Biafrans embraced peace and common sense.

In Nigeria, gun is often seen as power while peace and common sense are seen as weakness and hence acting in peace will only risk your life and right. Take your mind back to how many security institutions in Nigeria are armed, over eleven of them carry guns, make a research on how many external wars or invasion’ have been suppressed, you will be shocked that is zero. Benin Republic invaded Kwara and Cameroon invaded Bakassi, kill Nigerians in guise of Boko haram and all these went unchecked,they are unchecked because those in-question have arms. You will agree with me that the military and other security institutions find strength battling civilians and in most cases when civilians in Nigeria take up arms like Boko haram, the military is defeated and they seek for dialogue. Nnamdi Kanu applied common sense and peace, then they found it palatable to kill Biafrans and imprison him. One would ask why the leader of Boko Haram cannot be imprisoned or even our brother Tompolo arrested. The answer is very simple; these men have guns and are violent.

I am unable to comprehend why each time Biafrans take to the streets to protest lawfully the unlawful incarceration of their leader, the Nigerian military and police take to the media to serve threats and disclose how prepared and battle-ready they are to face people carrying placards but go mute while Boko haram bomb and kill Nigerians. The shocking thing is the threat in the end is carried out to the later, they kill unarmed protesters and proudly beat their chest’ that they are real soldiers. Militants have been bombing oil installations and as soon as they were wrongly tagged pro-Biafran militants, the Nigerian military took to the media and served threat as usual and now innocent southern Biafrans are being forced to disappear, some arrested and tortured to death.

However, the threats have been made realities in virtually all Biafran states but what beats my comprehension is the news that comes thereafter. A seven years old school child shot to death, innocent apprentice, mothers, young girls and men shot to death by the military. Once in every three months we read the news of one Boko haram terrorist arrested but week in week out we hear scores of Biafrans arrested for demanding what is lawfully and rightly theirs.

This readiness to fight innocent civilian Biafrans who are not ready for any war defines the hatred nursed against Biafrans and justifies the reasons we have to go because we are not part of Nigeria by virtue of things meted on us since inception and Biafrans human rights have lost its meaning in Nigeria. 1967 was a better chance to exterminate Biafrans, but we stood their extermination, we fought back gallantry to stay alive, we were finally not exterminated and today we do not want to fight again, the war has been fought and now is for the spoils of war. Biafran independence is due and nobody can stop this emerging nation, for the sake of the war in 1967, Biafra shall be without any war because we have paid price of independence.

Meanwhile, if this war Nigerian government is hungry for becomes inevitable. It is crucial to know that for certain reasons, this history being nursed to repeat itself shall come with a different result. Biafrans are scattered all over the world, there is sympathy and there is media for fair play whilest above all, there is international criminal court. Before Nigerian government gets this war they are hungry for, there is this adage in Igbo language “Oji oso agbakwuru ogu amaghi na ogu bu onwu” this readiness for war is purely readiness for death, we shall die and Nigerians shall die but in the end Biafra shall win. The most important thing is that Biafra shall win and this second war might cause a wound that cannot be healed between Nigeria and Biafra as a different republic.

4 comments

  1. Probably, the best article I've read on this site so far. Nigeria is a zoo and she sees diplomacy as a sign of weakness. Buhari is running around the world soliciting for arms, for what? I thought Boko Haram has been technically defeated?

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  2. Sometimes I ask myself, is Africa and Nigeria still living in the 18th century. Are we living in our own world. Nigeria and her people saw how Scotland had a referendum without any waste of life. The federal government claimed that many Ibos are not interested in the agitation for Biafra. Is it not wise to prove this to the international community without shading of more blood.

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  3. When would Nigeria government know something zoo country ( fully of senseless government and being) the zoo must fall said by my Mazi prince Nnamdi Kanu know two ways about that.

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  4. I AM WAITING FOR EVENTS TO UNFOLD!WHICHEVER WAY, I AM VERY VERY READY! IT IS BIAFRA ALL THE WAY! NO MORE, NO LESS !

    ALL HAIL BIAFRA! FREE NNAMDI KANU! FREE BIAFRA! GOD BLESS BIAFRA!

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