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Wednesday, 26 September 2018

PROSCRIPTION OF OHANEZE NDIGBO BY BIAFRANS, IS A TERMINATION SEAL ON THE ORGANIZATION

PROSCRIPTION OF OHANEZE NDIGBO BY BIAFRANS, IS A TERMINATION SEAL ON THE ORGANIZATION

The commendable and unanimous proscription of the activities of Ohaneze Ndigbo socio-cultural group across Biafraland by Biafrans under the auspices of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has greatly elucidated reactions amongst the people. Igbo Biafrans specifically have continued to pour encomiums on the IPOB leadership for courageously taking such a pragmatic. Biafrans globally have in one voice, strongly thrown their weight behind the timely proscription of the group which has invariably, opened up a new vista of emancipation to the Biafran people from over forty years of anti-people cum enslavement activities of the Fulani caliphated creation called Ohaneze Ndigbo dating back to 1976.  According to the people, since the inception of this group for the sole interest of Sokoto Caliphate in Igboland, no definitive benefit including the so-called political appointments, have come to the people. But rather, Ohaneze Ndigbo has always taken a position to service the crass egocentric interests of the Fulanis or the cabals in Aso Rock, the adverse consequences on the Biafran people notwithstanding. What a despicable anomaly and wickedness!

Recall that on Wednesday 19th of September 2018, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide, ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, acting in accordance with the mandate of Igbo ethnic Biafrans, announced the proscription of Ohaneze Ndigbo all over the land. In a Press statement released by Comrade Emma Powerful, the Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB,h he pointedly cautioned the global community, that any person, organisation or institution transacting any business with Ohaneze Ndigbo on behalf of the Igbos, definitely does so at his/her/their own risk. The statement further emphasized that the proscription was premised on the unanimous and irrefutable rejection of the group and all it represents. The ban has satisfactorily, served the interest of the Igbos as a termination seal on the grossly deficient political predators, parading around as Ohaneze Ndigbo. The action is exceptionally commendable and serves as a termination seal on the saboteurs based on the fact that the group will henceforth, seize to openly gather anywhere within Biafraland to perpetuate their nefarious activities of mortgaging the collective aspirations of the people, in their slavish enterprise of servicing the dubious political interests of Sokoto Caliphate and Abuja based Islamic cabals.

It is pertinent to bring to the notice of the world that in Igbo culture, nobody or group of persons, ever assumes the status of an emperor or emperors in the midst of his/her/their people. It was the advent of this imposed alien political system from the western world on the Biafran people via the instrumentality of obnoxious policies that bastardized everything. The British colonial rule callously introduced this absurdity wherein our cultural heritage was destroyed. From onset, the desire of someone or group of people becoming extremely powerful like emperors, despite series of cautions given against such bizarre practices as a taboo, became brazenly committed in defiance. Ohaneze Ndigbo has over the years, unrepentantly being desecrating the land by blatantly going against the culture of the Igbos. It is based on this maladious development that the Igbo ethnic group of Biafra, stoutly stated that enough is enough with the devilish antecedents of these "household messengers of death".  This evil they steadily committed due to their political greed which of course prompted the IPOB to place a ban on them all and their activities. As it stands presently therefore, no group is recognized any more as Ohaneze Ndigbo. If anyone henceforth is identified as an Ohaneze Ndigbo member, he/she stands the risk of being banished from Igboland in particular and from Biafraland in general.

Written by Mazi Onyebuchi Eze

Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press

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