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Monday, 20 August 2018

TO OHANEZE NDIGBO AND SOUTH EAST GOVERNORS, DID THE PROSCRIPTION OF IPOB END THE PROBLEMS AND CALAMITIES IN NIGERIA? (PART 1)

TO OHANEZE NDIGBO AND SOUTH EAST GOVERNORS, DID THE PROSCRIPTION OF IPOB END THE PROBLEMS AND CALAMITIES IN NIGERIA? (PART 1)

Written by Obulose Chidiebere.
For Family Writers Press.

They said a fool at forty is a fool forever, what should then be said of elders who are bent on disgracing their children and younger generations?
It's very annoying and ridiculous that elders whom the younger generations are looking up to are behaving like little children that still wear pampers. Most of our elders and governors in the Southeast should bury their heads in shame. They have sold their birthright just because of mere pottage.
They do not have their own opinions and cannot stand to defend their land nor their children. They prefer picking from the crumbs left over by their Hausa/Fulani masters, who order them to kill their children, treat them anyhow they deem fit just because they want to fill their pockets.
From my point of view, I can say they are end products of Hausa/Fulani atrocities in the land when our mothers and sisters were forcefully raped during the war by these Hausa/ Fulani men, or else how can you reconcile the behavior of these elders. No full fledged Igbo man will decide to kill and proscribe his people.

IPOB is a non- violent organization, involved in peaceful demonstrations without carrying arms. The five Southeast governors and Ohaneze Ndigbo ordered around by the Islamic Caliphate of Nigeria decided to proscribe IPOB, just for little money and political appointments, but my question is, has the Proscription stopped the problems in Nigeria?

Our elders and governors should bury their heads in shame for condemning their children and proscribing a whole Igbo ethnicity, just because they wanted to obey their Islamic Lords and Masters. They should bury their heads in shame for allowing uneducated Nomads to deceive and control them like puppets.
Everyone knows that The Arewa  Consultative Forum, Arewa Youths, The Chairman of Miyetti Allah, Kautal Hore, Abdullahi Bello Bodejo, the leaders of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association, Garus Gololo, The notorious and rabidly Pro-northern Fulani supremacist, Professor Ango Abdullahi and The President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. These people are jealously guiding, supporting and protecting their brothers, the Fulani terrorists. But Ohaneze and the governors Proscribed IPOB.
What evidence do you need again to know that they are inspired, led, guided, funded, supported and protected by their elders.
 Evidences of their elders words and reports to know they are solidly behind them in every of their activities.

The Miyetti Allah, Kautal Hore in a ‘World Press Conference’ held in Abuja, opposed the Ranching Law. They called on Fulani herders in all of West Africa to come into Benue to help them reclaim their land. In the same vein, Miyetti Allah Cattle Herders Association in their Press Conference declared that more blood will flow in Benue if the Ranching Law is not rescinded", On 30th May, 2017.

"The infidels of this country are busy poking their fingers at us. We also want to poke our fingers at them. We have sent our message to the President and I was assured he got it. He is with us and believes in our cause. Every Muslim in Nigeria must be ready. We will never allow any infidel to come to power again. We want our Muslim soldiers in the barracks to be on their guard and never allow these infidels to intimidate us again. Whether we are prepared or not every soldier must answer his father’s name"- Sheik Abubakar Giro Argungu, Sawtul Hikmah, March 9th, 2018.

"Labeling the attackers as Fulani is wrong. Fulani people are peaceful and live in harmony with other ethnicities. To call the killer herdsmen Fulani is a misnomer. They are just criminals and not Fulani criminals"- Vice President Atiku Abubakar, 11 March 2018, Thisday Newspaper.

Edited by Blessing Ada Ukelonu.
For Family Writers Press.

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