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Wednesday, 6 April 2016

ASARI DOKUBO'S POSITION ON NNAMDI KANU'S CASE

ASARI DOKUBO'S POSITION ON NNAMDI KANU'S CASE

By Ifeanyi Chijioka

For Family Writers


Last three weeks, FAMILY WRITERS took a major step to getting the feelings of Asari Dokubo at a time Ateke Tom disappointed his ancestors and people. Ateke goofed to have made a thoughtless call demanding indigenous people to leave their soil for simply demanding what is their right. Biafra is a call for justice and for the sake of over three million Biafrans that died fighting this course, Ateke of all should have showed constraint and respect. FAMILY WRITERS did a great job, the professionalism and ability to boldly ask relevant questions. I was not actually there but with the context and lyrics, Asari was seriously angry. He did not hide his anger when he asked “who is Ateke Tom to talk for the people".


Like a fearless man he is, he did not paint words when he said Kanu will never be released if we fold our arms or wait for international communities. He posited that unless something is done, Nigerian government would not release Nnamdi Kanu. He went further giving illustration, he made it clear that he has been in this kind of condition before and had his boys not acted, they would have falsely sentenced him. He maintained that until IPOB show force, IPOB will keep being joked with.

He is of firm belief that it must not essentially be war or confrontations. The Nigerian economy can be crippled with wisdom. Asari must know that in as much as Nnamdi Kanu is hell bent on peaceful approach anchored on freedom of speech and debate. IPOB have no right to hold back Militants in the southern part of Biafra, they are entitled to their personal protest and before now destruction of pipelines had been the way of protesting against injustice in that part of Biafra.

Asari Dokubo holds a belief that peace is not workable in Nigeria as only violence and gun is the solution to problems in Nigeria. He is aware that time must surely come when this Biafra restoration course will demand all out war because as it is today, peace don't seem to be valued by Nigerian government. He wondered why Kanu should be arrested when he has done nothing but verbally asked for Biafra. If Nigeria needed peace or solution, why not dialogue or debate him than arresting him. Asari is of the belief that Nigeria wants to intimidate Biafrans and will never release Nnamdi Kanu until we all come together and shake Nigeria.



One would start to wonder what coming together is all about. He is simply saying that we must all agree to start Biafra restoration in a language Nigeria understands. That language they understand is violence and that violence should be economically based. When the oil stops flowing and cash stops coming in, they will listen and negotiate basis of Biafra establishment. Asari clearly buried Nigerian divide and rule by his firm debate that Ijaw is more Biafran than Igbo, he did not only say as he factually backed his position. Is Biafra not actually Ijaw Language? He taught me just what i never knew and i can see the Biafran blood running in his veins.

Finally, Asari has done his part and is left for us to finish up. Biafra is close and nothing can stop Biafra because it is ordained by God. If anything is worth giving attention, it is the fact that there is need for preparation of lethal war. Biafrans are patiently waiting for Nigeria to finish their hanky-panky court trial and once justice is denied and strangled, Biafrans shall stand up and be counted for freedom sake, death is only a glorious price that we shall pay but in the end, Biafra shall come. I pray Biafrans everywhere to start preparation as we wait for due process and once peaceful process fail, we shall go into the jungle for justice. Nigeria must be properly warned against what is to come; we pray that Nnamdi Kanu is peacefully released because death is not always the decision of a happy man.

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