Monday 14 November, 2016
It is now a well-known trend that when people wants to be more popular and relevant, they try to connect themselves with the issues of Biafra through their actions and utterances which the Igbo slave Kenneth Okonkwo a.k.a Andy have showcased in recent times.
Kenneth Okonkwo, is a well known Nigerian Nollywood actor cum lawyer by profession, born on 6th November and hails from Nsukka in Enugu State. He has featured in so many home film videos which had brought him to limelight.
But recently, the veteran actor cum lawyer appeared in the last court session involving the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu and the Federal government of Nigeria at the Federal High Court, Abuja where afterwards, we read him on some media platforms professing his love for a one and united Nigeria, adding that he wasn't in court to show solidarity to the illegally detained IPOB leader.
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If as a legal practitioner, you have swore to defend Nigeria, why was your voice not heard when the DSS invaded private houses of some Nigerian judges and get them arrested at midnight. Why haven't you criticised the inhumane and brutal killing of Biafrans by the Buhari administration. Have you considered that Nigeria through its actions has schemed out the Eastern region known as Biafra in her programs and as such Biafrans has no other alternatives than to demand for their freedom from the slavery enclave, Nigeria? We're first and originally Biafrans and if the Biafran people are calling it quits with Nigeria, then who can stop them.
IPOB is aware that not every indigenous people will support the call for Biafra's freedom as not everyone then supported the freedom of the United States or the Brexit vote out of EU in the United Kingdom but the support of the majority of the people who yearns for freedom is what has brought us this far and that is why we challenge the Nigerian government today to conduct a referendum for Biafra exit from Nigeria. So whether you support Biafra or not is inconsequential.
By Ejike Ofoegbu
Edited By Chukwuemeka Chimerue
Published By Chijindu Benjamin Ukah
For Biafra Writers