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Saturday, 2 July 2016

BREXIT| ONLY THE ‘LEAVE’ CAMPAIGNER CAN FIX IMPACT OF EU EXIT

BREXIT| ONLY THE ‘LEAVE’ CAMPAIGNER CAN FIX IMPACT OF EU EXIT

By Ifeanyi Chijioke.

Before I go on with this topic, I will love to make clear my dissatisfaction with my colleagues and entire people that followed my opinion on Donald Trump and cemented it. I wrote to the people of America on the need to support Trump, that was solely my opinion and I had expected different or debate like or contradictory opinion on why Clinton should be voted as well. This will however give balance and get rid of unforeseen events. My dissatisfaction was that we all accepted my opinion and became obsessed with Trump as much as I am.

I am here again to talk about Britain, as a journalist, my views don’t reflect the views of IPOB and should be seen as a selfish view which is open to debate and opposing view. As I share my view on Britain in this column, I don’t expect sheepish endorsement. There are many others who can steer the ship of Britain. This is not a sort of campaign or politics but sharing my entitled view on issues I have interest.  I pray that the repeat of Trump be avoided because when I was asked “Ifeanyi why did you start campaign for Trump” I only replied that I shared a view and was shocked how Biafrans endorsed my view without argument.
What happened in Britain was a surprise and who ever thought Britain would leave EU let alone David Cameron resigning?

I have decided to get involved because Britain colonized Nigeria by interweaving my independence with that of Muhammedian emirate of the north. Today, the Muhammedian emirate kill, marginalize and subjugate my people. If Britain crash, they might hold unto my independence to live as more serious parasite than she was. This is why I share my view that may help lift her majesty from the wreckage of Brexit.

There are other capable hands that can steer the ship of Britain, Theresa May is a mother with big and compassionate heart, she can understand the feeling of her people and the world at large. I would love her emergence even though opinion is not sacred; it can change as time goes on. I establish my opinion on the successor of Cameron from a selfish perspective. Boris Johnson or Theresa May, I am very much satisfied hence special concern will be given to the carnivorous creation of Lugard called Nigeria.

The resignation of Cameron was not a surprise to me, when a sailor sailing a ship is against the wind or tide, he anchors or gets off for the wind or tide to complete the sail. In this circumstance, the wind or tide sails the ship to a dangerous place and more dangerous if the ship is dumped on an Island. That could have been the condition of Britain of Cameron had he persisted to steer the ship. The wisest decision was to step down for another sailor to take over. Britain is entering another era in her history and this era is a delicate one that must be approached with caution.

The best approach to this era is to allow the sailor that came with the wind or tide against the ship of Cameron to steer the ship to a safe end. The reason is very simple; it is easier to sail with the tide or wind than against the tide or wind. The sailor with the wind or tide can sail because he had prior preparation with the wind or tide and would definitely stem the tide and put smile on faces or rather fix the impact of the wind or tide which is the exit in question.

A man sees a dream, cherishes it before he works to make the dream a reality and the man that has the dream is always the only man that can accomplish the dream. Before the ‘leave’ campaigner chose to go on his quest, he must have sat down and extracted the positive’ and written them down to work on them. There is great advantage on the side of Britain on her Brexit, but it needs architect of the Brefix to be actualized.

Authored by Ifeanyi Chijioke. Great Biafra Journalists (GBJ).

Published by Okpalaeze.

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