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Wednesday, 30 August 2017

SENATES' REJECTION OF RESTRUCTURING IS A "WIN-WIN SITUATION

SENATES' REJECTION OF RESTRUCTURING IS A "WIN-WIN SITUATION".

Written by Nnamdi Obinna
For Family Writers Press

It is important to state here emphatically that I do not subscribe to the so-called Restructuring of Nigeria campaign, though the Senate's action on it is quite commendable.

The Nigerian Senate reportedly made amendments on parts of the 1999 constitution. There were various  obnoxious laws that where rectified in some sections of the constitution which the Senate could objectively be given some credits for. This however may in the long run, due to the undemocratic and vampiric nature of the Nigerian state, attract pockets of national unrest.

Firstly, the law enacted by the National Assembly which seems to have truncated the  re-contestation bid of Ex-President Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan
as a President is not just only offensive but wicked. It was borne out of evil ploy of the Northern oligarchy to monopolise power at the expense of other sections of the country. Though the former President may not have even nursed the desire to be actively be involved in partisan politics but the so-called "South-South region has aptly decoded the implications of such a move and no doubt, this could invariably lead to protests, thereby galvanising the Biafra restoration struggle.

The Senate's rejection of Nigeria restructuring is assumably the highest win for Biafra agitators at this stage of the struggle. It is definitely a good step towards the restoration of the sovereignty of the Biafra nation. It does not only seem to justify the actions of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, but it further rubbishes the antics of the doubters and their cronies like Ohaneze Ndigbo fellow travellers. Added to the list are the South-East Governors who have remained imbecilic, toothless and brainless. They lack moral justification to be addressed as Igbo elites or leaders.

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's stance on Biafra Referendum as against Nigeria Restructuring has very clearly shown why he is a visionary leader. He has inadvertently quashed the desires and antics of the crusaders of restructuring.

The decision by some of the Senators who stood opposed to restructuring, serves as an added impetus to the struggle and an opener to both the South-East, it's eadership and also to the Niger Deltans, the Afeniferes, the Middle Belters and of course, all stakeholders and front runners in the campaign for the delusional restructuring agenda. It is now clear that the political power holders by every indication, are not willing and ready to relinquish power. The Biafra agitation is not egocentrically motivated but propelled by a burning desire for a total and full liberation of all Biafrans from slavery, neocolonialism and lurgardian bondage. Every policy by the Nigerian government in a bid to frustrate the Biafra Restoration Project appears irrevocably helping to fast track the cause. With other ethnic nationalities and especially some prominent Northerners believing that restructuring is the only solution to stem the disintegration being rejected, is a realistic confirmation that Nigeria is  grossly at the cross roads. This Senate decision of "No to Restructuring", may undoubtedly be the catalyse required in authenticating the prophecy of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu that Biafra will come as a surprise.

We thank Chukwuokike Abiama (Almighty God) therefore, for His eternal wisdom as we fully anticipate with joy, the fulfillment of His Promise to Restore our Holy and Blessed Nation of Biafra.

Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press

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