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Wednesday, 3 August 2016

FEAR OF RENEGOTIATION, AN ACCUMULATING DOOM

FEAR OF RENEGOTIATION, AN ACCUMULATING DOOM

By Richard Izuchukwu Oragwuncha
For Family Writers


There have been numerous out cries from the east, the north, the south and the west raging sorrowful for a get together among the several ethnicities that were merged to make up the Nigerian state. A get together that is supposedly fashioned to create a platform on which a lasting peace can be established among the inhabitants of the so called Nigeria irrespective of its outcome (disintegrated or integration). But ignorantly some group of selfish politicians is not seeing the looming danger it portrays to ignore such a necessity. The oppressed people of Biafra have been advocating for a referendum since there is no room for a renegotiation, this as well has fallen on deaf ears.

It is a known fact that it is over a hundred years that Nigeria was amalgamated, since then and hitherto things have never worked out as supposed; rather the Nigerian state have created a field of suffering and gnashing of teeth for her citizens and its generation to come. It had up until now created an impression of hopelessness in the minds of its citizens, thereby making her inhabitants to believe that the opposite side could be greener, If not a practical act of modern day slavery by selfish politicians, why deny the people such a befitting right.

Democracy is a system of government where power to the people is supposedly allowed to thrive, democracy is a system of government where the welfare of the people is supposedly paramount, democracy is a system of government where the people have the right to protest if they aren’t comfortable with a particular situation. With the above facts, I will wish to throw out this question to the international community at large “WHAT IS THE BRITISH-NIGERIA acclaimed democratic system of government practicing?”  

Tyranny in other words could mean cruelty, dictatorship, autocracy, oppression, domination and what have you. Considering the system of government being practiced in the so called Nigerian state, I will empirically say that the British-Nigerian system of government is nothing but tyranny. For the hypocritical nature of the UN, they are not seeing anything wrong with that. For the hypocritical nature of the world leaders, they are not seeing anything wrong with that. For the selfish nature of the Nigerian politicians they are not seeing anything wrong with that until it escalates into a horrible field of bloodshed.    
#BIAFREXIT is the Biafran’s option. Free Nnamdi Kanu, Free Biafra.

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