|IPOB Leader Nnamdi Kanu|
February 21, 2017
By Chukwugozie Emmanuel
Biafra is a hope for the hopeless to whom the geographical expression called Nigeria has become a dead end road.
Biafra is an illusion to the partially disillusioned who have come to see that the illusion called Nigeria is elusive given the socio-political, socio-economic and socio-cultural melange of the most contrasting of ethnic groups cohabiting the geographical space of the desert spaced north and the tropically enclosed south.
Biafra is a cacophony of wishes championed by imbecilic minds who neither have a cause nor a well-charted blueprint to achieve the non-existent cause.
Biafra is a dream, and remains a dream in the minds of the dreamers who believe earnestly that every dream has a possibility of coming true and so does the dream of Biafra, then why not we dream on?.
Biafra is a never-dying coal which glitters in the hearts of the disgruntled and is only fanned a flame when success seems impossible on the part of the disgruntled east.
Biafra is an utopic Christian state, hoped to be built by the most demented Christian minded fellows of the core east to the exclusion of all other beliefs.
Biafra is an idea; an idea not wholly welcomed by the people of the east, but only by some who fervently pray they are the majority.
Biafra is hope. And hope is the last thing man holds unto even at the certainty of death. Hope springs eternal in the human breast, for man believes he is always and only to be blessed, so said Alexander Pope, and so believes the fanatic supporters of Biafra, who hope to build God's state on earth.
you want me to really blame them?.
Actually, I don't blame them because Nigeria and Nigerians are a people hopelessly beyond redemption.
Edited by Mazi Collins
Published by IPOB writers