Things are very hard, no doubt about that, but the only reason why some people shouldn't take certain steps to betray certain principles is the ability of one to understand the future or how one values the same future.
Like Essau of the Bible, many youths sell off their future for pittance. The social media has given vent for so many angry and hungry voices in our society, while the genuine angry voices continue to blast the unfair system and condemn the irresponsibility of the so called leaders we have at present. The hungry ones search for loaves to fill their stomach. Unfortunately, they are not given enough and will never be given enough.
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Many of our youths have turned deaf ears since the agitation for Biafra restoration began, maybe because of some poisonous gift they receive from their masters, while others do so because they feel okay and comfortable. But what this youths fail to understand is that if this continues, despite their sycophancy, all of us will be denied of our communal rights and will be made strangers in our own land.
It is therefore the right time for all the Biafran youths to think about the future of our children and grand children unborn. In this noble quest for the restoration of Biafra, there is no middle group and we do not celebrate mediocrity. We either have it all, or we have nothing to call ours, considering that the Hausa-Fulani have already laid claim to our God-given resources, the crude oil. Are the future of our children and grand children unborn not more important that the cheap pittance you collect?
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It is time to think like human beings created by God and say no to any style of slavery, subjugation, marginalisation and lies. We must strip off that laissez faire attitude, because Nnamdi Kanu leadership has given everybody equal opportunity to get involved in the restoration process. Our future and our long run happiness is more important than any brief or short treasures you might enjoy today. Remember you cannot eat your cake and still expect to have it.
By Jephta Onyedikachi
Edited By Uche Nwosu
Published By Nwosu C.S
For Biafra Writers