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Sunday 12 February 2017


February 12, 2017

"If we must die, then let us die on our feet without fear and not die on our knees as cowards"---------Former Biafra leader, Chukwuemeka .O. Ojukwu

The truth is that nobody will live forever in this world. No matter how long we live on earth, we must all die some day. Maybe not by gun or bomb but definitely by other means.

Death is inevitable thus why the brave are never afraid of facing it. No matter who we are, we all still remain answerable and accountable to death.

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However, what matters is not how one dies, but how one chooses to die; either as a  brave man or a coward. The best death however is when a man dies standing up for freedom of his people. Such death is honorable and its legacy lives for ever in the heart of the people.

We must remember that freedom is not freely given but must be demanded by the oppressed from their oppressors.

For us IPOB, we have come a long way in this struggle and can't afford to go back now. The killings by the trigger-happy Nigerian security officials that shoots at everything that moves when Biafrans are their targets has made us stronger and resolute to hold on and to keep demanding for our freedom.
There must be records of death in every freedom fighting cause and ours will not be an exception, our unity and doggedness at this stage of gruesome killings by Nigeria security officials will definitely bring us closer to Biafra restoration.

Nnamdi Kanu have shown us the way that leads to our freedom, he even prophesied that we are going to be killed, imprisoned, jailed and in some cases sent to gaol but that at the end that Biafra must surely come.

His words are so axiomatic that we have seen the impact in Nigeria with a clear evidence that Biafra is at closer than we can imagine.

We must never lag behind, We must never contemplate abandoning our quest to restore our nation and identity. We must not allow the intimidation and  killings cow us into submission of Buhari's tyranny and abandon the Biafra restoration project.

We must always remember that we are fighting a noble cause and our freedom must come if we continue to press on with enthusiasm of victory.

We must remember that some of our brothers are still in detention because of Biafra, some are dead, so let us courageously continue from were they stopped and make sure that Biafra is restored. We that still alive must make sure that their sacrifices of love for Biafra is not in vain.

By Ejike Ofoegbu 
Edited By Chuks Ikedigwe 
Published By Nwosu C.S 
For Biafra Writers

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