Top Social Icons

Responsive Full Width Ad

Left Sidebar
Left Sidebar
Featured News
Right Sidebar
Right Sidebar

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

BIAFRA: DIVIDE AND RULE BURIED ONCE FOR ALL

BIAFRA: DIVIDE AND RULE BURIED ONCE FOR ALL
Elders of Ijaw Youths council with  the leader of IPOB Mazi Nnamdi Kanu




By Blessed Orji
For Family Writers

The deception of the past which was  hidden under the political guise of "one Nigeria", Niger Delta and South-South nomenclature has been exposed to the latter. This broad daylight exposure came several years after Biafra was pierced with "divide and rule" antics by the forces of imperialism and Hausa Fulani reactionaries.

However, the emergence of Nnamdi Kanu and the Indigenous People of Biafra have united our people again in our common struggle for freedom and independence.
Elders of Ijaw Youths council with  the leader of IPOB Mazi Nnamdi Kanu
The illegal arrest and unlawful incarceration of the Biafran leader, Nnamdi Kanu became an immense advantage to the Biafran people and clans such that it  presented a platform for Biafran families and individuals to play honourable or ignominious roles in the struggle for Biafra restoration.

Meanwhile, those who are convinced that this crusade for freedom and Biafra sovereignty  is worth the sacrifices are expectedly reciprocating the gesture. They have rediscover their true identity, joined the crusade, not because of deference to, or worship of any personality, but for the fact that they are deeply convinced with the dynamic approach of IPOB, the cause they are fighting for and the leadership style of Nnamdi Kanu. They have come to realize that the struggle for Biafra restoration under the leadership of  Nnamdi Kanu is no child's play.

It is a well known fact now that there is no more safe heaven for charlatans, blackguards, turncoats, saboteurs and for  those who incites divisive insinuations among  Biafrans especially those  from the coastal region.  We are Biafrans, one and the same. Each time they rear their heads or raise their treacherous voices , they are easily identified, isolated and completely destroyed with facts.

Hence, based on the above assertions, the indigenous people of Biafra  from the coastal region of Biafra land  visited the supreme leader  Nnamdi Kanu recently. They assured the whole world that in spite of the oppressors, reactionaries to divide and rule, they remain formidable. They pledged loyalty to IPOB and humble service to Biafra--land of our birth. They renewed  their vow as Biafra restoration crusaders and pledged to take the message to the grassroots.

Speaking to Family Writers Press shortly after meeting the IPOB supreme leader, Mr  Miller Abah  from Gbaranaim southern Ijaw,   Bayelsa State stated that: " the name South South is offensive to me and to Ijaw nation as a whole. We never knew anywhere with such name. All IZON (Ijaw) are Biafran people. Bayelsa is Biafra land. We are not ignorant of the amalgamation fraud in which we were forcefully tied to the Hausa Fulanis. But we are now preaching that we should be allowed to go back to Biafra. This is what we believe.  Our fathers were Biafrans before the coming of the whites. They were roped in with the Arewas, Oduduwas to form Nigeria. Let me remind the world that the world map created between 1607-1717  Biafra was known, boldly written on it. That was why we were called the "Bight of Biafra".

In addition, Mr. Goddy Otoro Fandou from Onopa community, Yenagoa and a member of the southern Ijaw delegates reaffirmed: " We are here to see our leader  Nnamdi Kanu. Each time we get to Abuja during the court proceeding, we are called Biafrans. Anything South-South, Niger Delta,  is all politics. South South is a system of divide and rule. Let them fix a date for referendum. We will vote Biafra. We will vote for freedom".

Furthermore, Mrs Weldone Ebikinibuna from Agbura community Yenagoa, expressed her joy and confessed that: " I am a Biafran and Ijaw nation is Biafra land. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is our deliverer, a prophet, a leader and a true freedom fighter. We must get Biafra". Mrs. Salome Okiakpe testified: " we have come from Bayelsa State to see our deliverer; we have been seeing and hearing about him only on social media but today we have seen him face to face. We are all going back to spread the message that Biafra restoration is true and never again shall we allow the Hausa Fulanis to divide us again".

From the above, it adds to our basic knowledge and understanding that the dynamic Biafran leader has united us all. We are one people who share same culture and traditions in every ramification. Never shall those who exploit us divide us again!

#Nomoredivideandrule

Edited by Ngozi Kalu
For Family Writers

No comments

Post a Comment

Responsive Full Width Ad

Copyright © 2016 The Biafra Herald