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Saturday, 24 August 2019

EKWEREMADU'S BAPTISM OF SHAME: IPOB IS NOT A TERRORIST GROUP BUT FREEDOM FIGHTERS

EKWEREMADU'S BAPTISM OF SHAME: IPOB IS NOT A TERRORIST GROUP BUT FREEDOM FIGHTERS
Ike Ekweremadu

It is exceptionally encouraging and commendable, seeing a cross section of the family members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, carry out such a courageous and well deserved treat in Nuremberg - Germany, against one of the foremost Nigerian political leaders of Igbo-Biafran extraction, called Ike Ekweremadu. It was a definitive statement of more that is in the offing.

Having led the Nigerian Senate in a deputising capacity for eight consecutive years, Senator Ike Ekweremadu and his fellow Biafran political elites should representatively, prove to the people they claim to be serving in their different offices, that they are not messengers of injustice, poverty and death. It is a pity that the supposedly educated people will prefer to be yapping and deceiving the gullible through different media platforms on matters they pretend not to know anything about instead of engaging themselves in civility and objective analysis. This they do to service their allegiance to their Fulani masters or their crass egocentric interests.

Over the years, Biafrans and particularly the Igbos of the South-East region, have been subjected to all manner of despicable treatments in the hands of the Nigerian government which these Igbo politicians  are part of. The people have the inalienable right to vent their anger/displeasure in whatever way they deem fit against this crop of grossly compromised and shameless individuals. Biafrans have been persistently bearing the burdens of neglect and enslavement over time and justice needs be served on the perpetrators across Biafraland.

It is entirely out of place to malign IPOB for the ordeal of Senator Ike Ekweremadu without firstly having critical look at his antecedents. All blames should be channeled to those who think that they have the destiny of the people in their hands. The Nigerian society has been reduced to a hellish entity while the opportuned live in affluence at the detriment of the suffering majority.

Abraham Lincoln once stated and I quote: "Those who deny freedom to others, do not deserve it themselves". The pendulum has changed direction and justice must be served adequately. The people have been pushed to the wall and they must certainly fight back through whatever means.

Written by Maxwell Chuks

Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press International

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