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Thursday, 25 May 2017

Biafra: We should beg those agitating for Biafra that there is enough cake to share - Obasanjo

May 25, 2017

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo says engaging in dialogue with those agitating for an independent state of Biafra is a sure way to resolving the issue.

Speaking at the Biafra conference in Abuja on Thursday, the former president said Nigerians must treat the country with care.

‎He said the country’s fundamental problem was that it had lacked national leaders.

“We never had a national leader. Our leaders at the beginning were mindful of their regions. That is our problem till today,” he said.

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‎”I have maintained that the young officers who struck in 1966 were naive but there were some element of nationalism in some of them. Be that as it may, it set us back.”

He said the war showed the bad side of the country.

“The language used in the war did not help matters, the people on the Biafra side called us vandals and we called them rebels,” he said.

“We thought we would end the war in three months, but it took us 30 months, and the federal side nearly lost it.

‎”Civil war is more difficult than fighting in a foreign land because we are fighting to unite.

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‎”‎Even a soldier of mine who tried to rape a woman… I had to chase him with a gun. He did not succeed in raping the woman, and I did not have to gun him down.”

Obasanjo said some of those agitating for Biafra today lacked an understanding of what it entails.

“Some of the people agitating for Biafra today were not even born then. They don’t know what it entails,” he said.

‎”But I think, we should even appeal to those saying they want to go, we should not tell them to go, we should make them understand that there is enough cake to share. We should massage Nigeria just like in a love relationship.”

Source: Thecable


  1. Just hear this big born fool Yoruba goat. Just see how this staunt is exposing the cowardice in Yoruba. The British experimented fake fraudulent Nigeria has expired. Biafra is leaving. What stops Oduduwa from going to have its Oduduwa nation!

  2. Biafrans must not listen to this hypocrite and coward Obasanjo. This is the same man who called the Biafran agitators miscreants last year and now he wants the federal government to dialogue and beg Biafran agitators. Buhari sent his military killer squad made of Army, Police, DSS, Boko haram, Fulani herdsmen and others to massacre young Biafran agitators. Now, they want to dialogue and beg because they are losing the war based on truth and facts. They now want a way out. What a bunch of hypocrites. Why can't Arewa, Oduduwa and Biafra be? What's so special about Nigeria - which is big for nothing, a failing state, lawless and corrupt? A nation filled with hate against Igbos and Biafrans. Why should we continue to be part of this hate, marginalization, subjugation and oppressions? The injustices and hate against Eastern region in Nigeria is simply awful. Please, leave us alone. We are ready to go so that we can rebuild our war torn region and prepare a better future for our children and future.

  3. OBJ and family have sucked and deceived us enough so he sees no reason of us agitating, well, Biafra is gone already sorry for Zoo. God bless my country Biafra. isee isee isee!

  4. Biafra is not about cake sharing. It is about our identity and freedom - freedom to decide our future and the future of our children.

  5. Biafra is not about cake sharing, but it is about a call to a destiny.

  6. Which cake Mr.Obasanjo if I may ask? Is it oil and gas? Nonsense. That is why you people want to wipe us out,do Nigeria share your Otta Farm?The Biafran youths and this generation has been forced to know the truth so Leave BIAFRANS to go


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