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Wednesday, 23 October 2019

WE MUST NOT FAIL TO RESTORE BIAFRA

WE MUST NOT FAIL TO RESTORE BIAFRA

The problems and sufferings Biafrans are presently grappling with in Nigeria, resulted from the mistakes and failures of our fathers in sustaining the fight for the restoration of the nation of Biafra. Their sacrifices could not however suffice, thereby bringing upon this generation, denials, agonizing pains, misery and death. As a people, that inconsistency in the struggle for nationhood, destroyed the hope for free healthcare delivery, vibrant/affordable educational system at all levels, uninterrupted electricity supply, excellent technology, sustainable industrial/developmental revolution, motorable  road network, good housing scheme,  quality drinkable water and adequate gas supply across Biafraland.

The narrative about the Nigeria/Biafra war has been given variously, by different authors but the crux of the matter yet remains that our fathers very unfortunately, submitted to the deceptive mantra of one Nigeria. This was driven by Biafra saboteurs within, whose actions and accompanying consequences this present generation is strongly agitating against through Mazi Nnamdi kanu led Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). Developments in Nigeria yet portend a likely repitation of the events of 1967 to 1970. Biafrans in this dispensation should note that the upcoming generations will never forgive them if the prevalent sacrileges are allowed to persist in Biafraland. The generation of Biafrans in this 21st century are exceptionally dogged, adventurous, intelligent and smart.

They are proactive, civilized and intellectually productive therefore, effort must be intensified to ensure that the present predicament being faced in the Nigerian contraption is not transferred. The mistakes of our fathers and forefathers most certainly may have been forgiven but with the foregoing subjugation and slavery Biafrans are unabatedly being subjected to, the upcoming generations may not likely forgive us if the Biafra restoration quest fails.

The likes of Raphael Uwazuruike, Willie Obiano, Rochas Okorocha, David Umahi, Ogbonnaya Onu, Nnia Nwodo, Okezie Ikpeazu, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, amongst other shameless and treacherous political slaves, kings, chiefs and elders across Biafraland, should note that the beating has certainly changed. Their days of subterfuge are over and should either retrace their steps when time yet remains or better still, be prepared to face the bitter consequences of their mischievousness. The full and total restoration of Biafra can never ever be compromised. Other unscrupulous Fulani slaves of Biafra extraction who engage in the campaign of calmuny, demoralizing willing and determined Biafrans that have committedly enlisted in the struggle on the platform of IPOB, should also be reminded that they will never escape from the judgement of their own children. The restoration of the sovereign nation of Biafra is a project that comprises of all indigenous Biafran citizens.


Our fathers and grandfathers fought for the establishment of our identity as a people during the heinous war brought against us between 1967 and 1970 by the Nigerian government and it's foreign allies. Over 3.5 million innocent Biafrans including men, women, children and the elderly, were gruesomely massacred. Let it be emphatically expressed here therefore, that if this project is allowed to slip off our hands, the Biafran race will be completely wiped out as the Islamists will not only overrun our land through their jihadi conquest but will forcefully Islamise everybody. But if the sovereign nation of Biafra is fully restored, it will be a generational celebration of victory and Chukwuokike Abiama (God Almighty) alone will forever be glorified. It is only then that we as a people, can joyfully express our fulfillment and total freedom.

Written by Nwaeze Onyekachi

Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press International

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