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Friday, 5 August 2016

NOTHING CAN TAKE AWAY THIS SMILE FROM US

NOTHING CAN TAKE AWAY THIS SMILE FROM US

By Paul Ihechi Alagba
For Family Writers

Destiny can only be delayed, it can never be denied. After every rain comes the sunshine and after every night comes the light of the day. As long as a hand can never encompass the moon, the ecstasy and euphoria that characterises the birth of freedom and independence can never elude Biafrans.

We never deserved the slavery, we never deserved the subjugation, we never deserved the genocide, and we never deserved the evil called Nigeria. Why are we being used as an experiment of a 'man-made country'? Why is the world bending the laws just to strengthen the chains on Biafra?
 
The world has suddenly gone blind because to open the eyes is to behold Biafra. We have paid the price of freedom- we have been massacred in hundreds, thousands and millions, our children have been served as prey to the predator of starvation, our women have been held by the claws of their forced marriage and sexual violence, our men of valour are continuously slaughtered in their quest to drink our oil, our people are massacred in their thousands and their lands taken away for the inhabitance of their cattle, they have brought religious extremism and violence to our doorstep in furtherance of their Islamisation agenda. What else defines better the injustice and wickedness of man towards another?

There is time for everything- we have completed the cycle of this agony and slavery, we have risen to say enough to the barbarians who cannot survive without our blood.
This train of Biafra restoration is unstoppable because it is propelled by something beyond human imagination. The prison walls of Nigeria can no longer stop us, the bullet of Buhari's military henchmen won't deter our resolve. Nothing can stop Biafrans from experiencing the joy of freedom because the bondages of Nigeria has come an end.

1 comment

  1. The struggle for Biafra continues, is dated back in the 60s,has claimed a lot oh my God,among are benefactor's and losers, Nigeria a failed nation is yet to get it right the struggling undefined.

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