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Monday, 28 March 2016

YOUR HEADS WILL BE NEXT NOT YOUR SHOPS

YOUR HEADS WILL BE NEXT NOT YOUR SHOPS.

By Chima Onyekachi

For Family Writers.


I have written enough to warn Biafrans sojourning outside Biafraland especially those in Arewa and Yoruba land on the needs to gradually return their businesses or have a backup plan in Biafraland, and this maybe the last article by me to warn them. Biafrans are naturally talented, ambitious and industrious and will turn a desert into paradise in a few period of time. In Yoruba land, Biafrans are been made to pay heavily, imposed levy, and without prior warning or compensation, their shops are demolished and goods worth millions destroyed. The clamor for the restoration of the sovereign state of Biafra has intensified the hatred and subjugation of Biafrans residing and making a living in Arewa and Yoruba land.

Igbo Biafrans shops on fire
Less than three months after fire gutted the Singer Food market in Kano destroying goods and shops, mostly belonging to Biafrans. A massive fire began on March 25, 2016 at the popular Sabon Gari Market and lasted for over 12 hours destroying goods and properties worth millions. While the fire was raging, Hausa/Fulani youths in their hundreds were in the scene celebrating and chanting “Allah Akbar!” — Arabic for “Allah is greatest!” Even on Twitter, Hausa/Fulani youths were encouraging and threatening to burn down more markets and churches. Also, on the same day, Birnin Kebbi Central Market, Kebbi State was been ravished by fire, destroying millions of goods and properties belonging to Biafrans. These fire outbreaks were purposely started to bring sorrow and pain to Biafrans and should not be taken for granted, because more atrocities is been planned against their wellbeing.

It is well known that Biafrans can easily assimilate into any society they find themselves, but that has given the Arewa and Yoruba people more reasons to frustrate and torment them. Biafrans needs to understand that no matter how much they change their religion, clothing, food and cultural practices in other to be accepted, they can never be loved by the Arewa and Yoruba people. I know they are lovely and sensible Arewa and Yoruba people but they are in the minority and cannot save Biafrans from the brutality of their people. To the Biafrans especially those from the Igbo clan: why do you prefer to build your future on the sandy land of your enemies? Is there any place given specifically for strangers to reside in Biafraland? Are strangers not allowed to roam and reside wherever that pleases them in Biafraland? Has any market dominated by Arewa and Yoruba people in Biafraland been burnt down before? Has any mosque been burnt down in Biafraland? There are lots of question to be asked to the ignorant Biafrans who have chosen death instead of life. For the last time, I am alerting Biafrans to begin to move bulk of their livelihood to Biafra land to avoid the looming calamity. The next time Hausa/Fulani youths will be shouting "Allahu Akbar" to them, their lifeless bodies will be lying on the ground without their heads.

3 comments

  1. Chukwuma Chuks nwa Biafra28 March 2016 at 09:08

    if I may say the most important thing to do is ignore those who doesn't want to comply on the warning ODUMEGWU OJUKWU saw this vision before now & since I was born the zoo called Nigeria haas nothing to show us than to destroy our belongings especially in the Northern & Western side.so it's time for our people come back home to maintain the land of Biafra & form a government of our nation Biafra a word is enough for the wise ones.

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  2. home coming...mass exodus from egypt to the promise land will take place in no time

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  3. Ukpala okpoko buru, nti chiri ya. Onye mara asu, osuo na ikwe onye amaghi asu, osuo na Ala. Onye nwere nti ya nuru. Ijiji nti ike na eso ozu aba na ala ili.

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