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Thursday, 29 September 2016

NOTHING TO CELEBRATE ABOUT 1ST OCTOBER 2016 NIGERIA INDEPENDENCE DAY

NOTHING TO CELEBRATE ABOUT 1ST OCTOBER 2016 NIGERIA INDEPENDENCE DAY

By Ekwenye Samuel Chukwunweike
For Family Writers

Nigeria and Biafra had been living as Cat and Rat since the creation of this illegal union called Nigeria in 1914 by Fredrick Lord Lugard. Nigerians has never ceased to show and exercise their passionate hatred on Biafrans because religion, culture and their language are quite different.

Biafrans are being regarded as foreigners in Nigeria which the British colonial masters could testify better than any other person. Even sir Alhaji Tafawa Balewa a Nigerian, stated in one of his speeches in 1952 "the fact that we are all African must have misguided the British to join Biafra and Nigeria together. He went further to say that the Igbos who are trooping into the north are intruders and are not welcomed.

If we are to be Nigerians, would the over 3.5 million Biafrans killed by Nigeria government between 1967_70's under Tyrant Buhari  and his fellow militants' leadership,  including others killed from 1971 till date?  Biafra had managed to bear the evil name Nigeria for the past years, celebrating their festivals with them simply because we chose to be peaceful and none-working law abiding. 

The light of Biafra is now shining all over the world because is now placed on tops the high mountain, and nobody not even Mr. Tyrant Buhari can stop it.  Light has nothing to do with darkness. 

October 1st 2016 is another day Nigeria has scheduled for their Independence Day celebration,   what are they actually celebrating? Are they really celebrating freedom or captivity?  Things are totally abnormal in Nigeria which it would have been better for them not to have been an independent country.  It's either they are celebrating 56 years of independence without achievement or 9 years of boko haram terrorism in Nigeria without remedy.  No good roads, ten times power outage per day, Child abuse, kidnapping, slaughtering of innocent protesters and poor leadership.  Don’t celebrate because there is nothing worthy of celebrating. 

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