We will remain preys and victims if we continue this tirade. I know the Nigerian government is flawing itself already by withholding its contribution to ECOWAS, just because they have not succeeded in bribing themselves out of Nnamdi Kanu's case.
We must continue to look for ways of attacking this government below her belt, where it hurts.
The Arab spring started with protests but metamorphosed into a magnitude that attracted the whole world and yielded results. We need to pull Buhari's hands to get his tired brains thinking or else, he will keep dragging on and on.
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There is this word called PROVOCATION. We need to activate it or this repetition of same negative court cases will dampen our efforts. We must be in focus and imbibe the biblical injunction to be as wise as serpent... Who does not know what Wisdom is or the characteristics of it? A stitch in time saves nine.
Let us access what other ways to create international awareness radically. Dim Odumegwu Ojukwu radically pronounced Biafra and Gowon came running.
FREEDOM has never been served on a platter, it has always been taken. Until we tell the smelling man of his foul odour, he will think that it is normal. If he can break the law with disregard, the law has become valueless. So, tell me which laws are we waiting to be implemented? What else can be expected in a lawless Nigeria infested with corrupt and prejudiced courts?
The president dictates the tunes for the judges who are his zombies. They had sold their rights to inordinate ambitions and gains. There is no justice that will be given Director Nnamdi Kanu in these Nigerian courts. If we love him as we confess, it is time to throw caution to the gutters. Let real action begin unless we are having a child's play.
Here was a hero who turned Congo' s fate around. He was a young guy and left an irreplaceable memory behind;
Malcolm X called him the most impressive black man ever to walk the African continent. Just six months after becoming the first prime minister of the newly independent Republic of the Congo (later called the Democratic Republic of the Congo), and two days before John F. Kennedy’s inauguration in January 1961, Patrice Lumumba was shot down by a firing squad. But Lumumba’s surprising path and sudden death serve as a powerful reminder that for political leaders in many parts of the world, true reform has only one major prerequisite: survival.
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Few countries today are as troubled as the Congo, a land of 68 million nestled near the center of sub-Saharan Africa. Belgian invaders looted the country for almost a century, during perhaps the most brutal colonization in Africa. But Congo, rich in mineral resources like rubber, was once poised to be an African success story, thanks in no small part to the man his people called by one name: Lumumba.
Tall, wiry and intellectual, Lumumba grew up in a Catholic family in the Congolese countryside, working as a postal worker and beer salesman before risking his stable, middle-class life to join the anticolonial independence movement. He was quickly embraced as a leader of the movement, only to be imprisoned in late 1959 as the Congo was about to gain independence. But popular pressure forced his release, and nine months into his 69-month sentence, Lumumba went from being a political prisoner to being his country’s prime minister at the tender age of 34.
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Lumumba lives on in the hearts of many people in the Congo, but his lesson — like that of so many slain revolutionaries — may not be what he hoped for or expected. Being bold, principled and even on the right side of history will not lead your people into the promised land, nor will it make you the next George Washington, Nelson Mandela or Fidel Castro. If, however, you’re willing to adapt and persevere, the rest may take care of itself. And if not, someone may just take care of you.
This story is a great lesson. If you do not adapt and activate action, we might just be outsmarted.
King David is called in the bible, a man after God's heart and God supported him against Saul. There was no king who warred as him or more than him as recorded in the bible.
Here is a call to the IPOB, self acknowledged Biafran soldiers, uprising and promising Biafran soldiers who posses the passion to defend our land, it is time to girt our loins, the night comes when no man can work.
written By Victoria O.C Agangan
Edited By Uche Nwosu
Published By Nwosu C.S