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Tuesday 21 January 2020

Imo Supreme Court Judgment; Another Reason Why Biafra Is Inevitable

Imo Supreme Court  Judgment; Another Reason Why Biafra Is Inevitable

By Elochukwu Nicholas Ohagi
For Family Writers Press International

They said that supreme Court judgment is final. So the Fulani oligarchy captured it and started using it to cause mayhem. For the past five years the Supreme Court has given series of conflicting judgements as it pleases the Fulani and no body questions.

They have used it to say that the President doesn't need WAEC certificate to become President. They have used same to sack other candidates that are not APC, saying that they don't have WAEC or NECO. The most recent is the sack of elected Imo State Governor, Emeka Ihedioha, and his subsequent replacement with Hope Uzodimma, a stooge of the Fulani.


In  saner climes, the people would protest and revolt for days until such an injustice is reversed. Some countries have protested demanding the resignation of their President and the President resigned. That's where the people understand they have the power. Not allowing some Islamic fundamentalists to take over the court to cause havoc while the people maintain silence, caged by the notion that the supreme court's judgement is final. Final in what?Justice  or Injustice?

The supreme court ought to be final only in justice and nothing more.

The people ought to rise and say no to injustice no matter where it is coming from. Have you seen why protest should not be made a terrorist act simply because IPOB is using peaceful protest to drive home their demand? You see why every man from the East should support IPOB no matter what? The caliphate takes advantage of our division.

I have read the reactions of every Yoruba leader concerning the Amotekun security group launched by their people. They are all in support. Even the selfish Jagaban didn't speak against it. He simply politically said it is a great idea, but not what the Yoruba needs at the moment.

Take a little time and think of what the stand of Southeast political leaders  will be if such is created in the region. Flashback on the creation of Biafra Security Service, BSS by IPOB.

I have said it before, and will continue to say it. The problem of LEADERSHIP in Igbo land started with the surrendering of Biafra in 1970. Odumegwu Ojukwu was the last Igbo leader till today. Have you tried to ask yourself when people that can never stand in solidarity with the people started becoming leaders in Igbo land? If you do ask, only then will you understand where the problem of leadership started in Igbo land.

Prior to the civil war, the Igbo brandished leaders who thinks Igbo first. Leaders like Akanu Ibiam, Mbonu Ojike, Chinua Achebe etc. Leaders who even spent their own monies for the good of Ndigbo. Today, we have leaders in Biafra land who will go to the North to swear allegiance to the North and promise to be sabotaging everything the collective Igbo people want. Leaders that will connive with the Fulani to send soldiers to kill their youths for peacefully protesting in the streets of Alaigbo.

With the surrender of Biafra, the Fulani took charge of the leadership structure in Igbo land. They became the kingmakers. They made sure every man and woman that played a part in the Biafra war never made it back to the government. Our soldiers and policemen were all sacked. All our think-tank during the war were relegated to the background. All the brains that constructed machine guns, armored cars and refined our fuels were cast out. There was massive recruitment and enthronement of saboteurs, sellouts and Efulefus into various positions of importance. Gradually, the Igbo started losing it, to the extent that the people will elect their Governor, and the Fulani caliphate will sack him using the court.

There must be effort to regain the Igbo leadership position that have been hijacked by the Fulani since 50years ago, using some stooges from Igbo land. They are strong because they got the money and there is hunger in the land. There must be individuals supporting and writing lies for them. We must counter them without fear or favour. In as much as IPOB is not interested in Nigeria politics of corruption, IPOB members MUST not fail to be aware of what is happening around them.
Personally, I believe that with Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's IPOB, the problem of leadership in Igbo land will be solved. People who are suffering, contributing, suffering incarceration and even death for the sake of the next generation will not sabotage their own people.

I then urge the people that were infuriated by the unjust action of the Islamic Supreme Court of Nigeria to simply join and support IPOB, as Nigeria has lost every sign of getting better.

Elochukwu Nicholas Ohagi is a Philosopher, Teacher and Activist.

Edited By Paul Ihechi Alagba,
For Family Writers Press International.

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