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Sunday, 16 July 2017

BIAFRA: AN OPEN LETTER TO MAZI NNAMDI KANU

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By Victoria O. C. Agangan || Biafra Writers

My beloved leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) and Director of Radio Biafra, it has not been an easy ride and plunge for you in this struggle to restore the ancient nation of Biafra out of the jaws and claws of our devourers; but know this: that the God who stood with Christ in His travails will be with you until Biafra is restored.

My aim of writing is firstly to appreciate your person and efforts and commend your moves and achievements. I also wish to encourage you to the best that this article can because no matter how strong a man is, he needs the encouragement of those he calls his own.

Judas was one of His chosen disciples, he sat and dined on the same table with Christ. Despite that, he sold out and betrayed this loving and kind master.  Therefore, count it a small fit if some of your trusted and chosen brothers betray you or jeopardize your efforts.

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Those politicians who came dubiously knocking on your prison door have received shocks as you declared a no-election verdict. I commend this splendid move of yours. Do keep it up!

We will tenaciously ensure that it is carried out to the letter. The foreign media outlets which visited you have become great breakthroughs internationally. Thank you for not adhering to the mockery of bail terms slashed on you in the Nigerian court.

The foreign awareness has truly attracted more international observers and many are now convinced that we are neither miscreants nor jobless noisemakers. I am so happy I joined the struggle at the heat of affairs; my generations and late Dad will be proud of my efforts and articles I wrote, amongst others. It has been such an honor.

However, I have some concerns with regards to the quit notice ordered by Arewa Youths versus the plight of some very poor Biafrans in the northern region. Some, if not many Biafrans in northern Nigeria have nothing to return to. Some were born and breed there, others do not even know their origin. If we blame it on the parents that gave birth to them, we cannot do the same to them. Can you think out ways of placing them for resettlement?
I suggest we remove focus on the wealthy who do not want to lose their wealth and seek out these peasants. This will be sensational to the struggle.

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Another suggestion is on how to educate our brethren in local areas like Igbanke, Idoma, etc, who were shared away to other states and countries as in the case of Bakassi residents in Cameroon.
Some of them, due to misinformation (which largely, should not be blamed on them) fight us ignorantly, because they were born and bred there and were never taught of their history. Many of them are illiterates and need practical lectures and shreds of evidence to liberate them from legendary fallacies and fables they grew up with.

The few enlightened ones are either showing interest by seeking for truth or greedily denying Biafra like our greedy political leaders do too. I wish, we mobilize the laymen amongst them and ensure that Radio Biafra reaches to their closets.

Finally, I suggest that vocational training centers be set up, where our people will be taught different crafts/arts and other learning centers for some returning (but jobless) youths from the North. This will help create jobs for the ever increasing unemployment rate the greedy past leaders have caused.

If we create more of these, much more will identify with our efforts and see that we have made a striking difference from the thieving political elites who have over the years been sucking our people like a vampire.

May ChukwuOkikeAbiama grant us Biafra in the shortest possible time! The sun will surely rise in the East and smile on us again.

Edited By Somuadila Ugwummadu

Publisher: Charles Opanwa | Biafra Times

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1 comment

  1. This mandate to free enslaved people of Biafra from Nigeria is not an easy task. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu must surround himself with wise, courageous and trusted people. He daily needs divine direction and trusted wise people.

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