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Saturday 15 October 2016



By Paul Ihechi Alagba
For Family Writers

Yesterday marked it exactly one year since Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was abducted by the pedophile and coupist, Dictator Muhammadu Buhari through his henchmen, the DSS.

Firstly, a part of me is really sorrowful. Normally, since yesterday, I could have written one or two articles in commemoration of his one year illegal detention, but each time I picked up my device, the inspiration vanishes, and my heart becomes heavy. Such a thing has never happened to me before. There's only one thing that keeps flashing through my mind, like an illuminated ray of light- It is no other thing than the fact that God is no longer happy with Nigeria, because of the Pharaoh that calls himself Buhari.

  You know, when our ancestors, the Israelites were tired of the slavery of Egypt, they prayed to God and He gave them Moses, same way Biafrans prayed, and the same God(CHUKWUOKIKE-ABIAMA) gave us Nnamdi Kanu. The similarity between the destiny of Moses and that of Nnamdi Kanu is unquestionable.

  At mount Horeb God said to Moses-

   "I have indeed seen the misery of my people in Egypt. I have heard them crying out because of their slave drivers, and I am concerned about their suffering.
   "So I have come down to rescue them from the hand of the Egyptians and to bring them up out of that land into a good and spacious land, a land flowing with milk and honey..."
   "...So now go. I am sending you to Pharaoh to bring my people the Israelites out of Egypt." (EXODUS 3: 7-10).
    Same way God ordered Moses at Mount Horeb, during his days as a refugee, to go and liberate  the Israelites from Egypt, is the same way God unsettled Nnamdi Kanu in London where he was managing a multi-million Company, and commanded him to come back to Biafra land and accomplish his destiny.

The predicament of Nnamdi Kanu all through this one year in the hand of the Nigerian government is just not what any human being can pass through and live to tell of it. It can only require an extraordinary gene and divine mandate like that of Nnamdi Kanu to be a sheep causing earthquake in the midst of wolves.

 Nnamdi Kanu is indeed, a rare gem. In him, I see a man who has chosen to rather die, than to live in mansion while his people remains in bondage;
I see a man who would rather embrace death for saying the truth than to dwell in the treasury of lies;
I see a man of his destiny, next to God's heart.
I see a man, whom millions of people are ready to wreck havoc should any harm befall him;
I see a man who has resolved to remain in jail than mingle with Nigerian politician’s stricken with the leprosy of corruption;
In him I see a man who foresaw the invasion of the Jihadists and built a strong wall that have destroyed their master plans and thrown them into confusion;
In Nnamdi Kanu, i see the liberation of Biafra from the shackles of the "Berlin Conference," and the blunder of the British government.

Indeed, I can't describe Nnamdi Kanu enough.
Anytime I see him in court, stepping down from the van in his immaculate attire and bound by an unfitting chain; sadness fills my heart. It is certain that "TRUTH" is in chains, and "JUSTICE" is under subjugation.

On the other hand, Nnamdi Kanu, ever since his incarceration, has brought a disastrous tsunami and an unquantifiable curse upon the foundation of Nigeria and the evil leaders who orchestrate the contraption. Same way God hardened the heart of Pharaoh is the same way God has hardened the heart of President Buhari and his cohorts, and blockaded their eyes while they lead the expired and dead country to a bottomless pit.

The plagues that have befallen Nigeria ever since the abduction and incarceration of Nnamdi Kanu are not a mere coincidence. God is angry with Nigeria, her leaders and her allies. The disastrous consequences of imprisoning a divine messenger of emancipation can never elude Nigeria.
 It is left for Nigerians to make hay while the sun shines, because like Noah, Nnamdi Kanu has built for Biafrans a ship against the storm.

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