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Tuesday 16 January 2018

Biafra: Tough Times Never Last, Tough Biafrans Do

By Victoria. O. C. Agangan || For Biafra Writers

January 16, 2018

In the face of perplexity and lack of knowledge of Nnamdi Kanu's whereabouts, many have strayed, others gone for good and the chaff still been revealed. I have realized that the parable of Jesus Christ concerning the sower held more meaning and is very applicable today and will for always be because the truth remains that many processing will occur before the glittering qualities of a gold become visible.

Mazi Kanu spoke about a hundred that will actualize Biafra with him, it looked unseemingly but in the face of the unfolding events, nothing is impossible because I am a witness of seeds that have fallen on various grounds and souls discouraged due to lack of communication and insight into the race set before us. Little wonder, only twelve were chosen by Jesus of all the multitude that cried Lord! Lord!!

I do not blame people (seeds) lacking the capacity for the strain the struggle has brought, neither do I rebuke those fallen to temptation and doubts due to the terrain the struggle has assumed. The fact remains that they came shallow-minded and unprepared for any eventualities. Others had really hoped for quick recovery of a stolen nation, forgetting that the strongman holding onto her will not easily or willingly allow her ejection from his grip.

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Pharoah went through nine plagues, yet he never let go until God stepped in by killing his first son. His quick recovery from that loss and absolute abandon in coming after the Israelites depict the determination of the present day Pharoah who swims in the blood of the innocent and lacks regard for the sacred human life, inasmuch as he gets his will imposed and fulfills his ancestors wish to conquer and retain the whole region for a possession.

While I appreciate the few who have unrelentlessly pitched their tent with the victorious, I congratulate you. It is not easy to read the handwriting on the wall and there is no Daniel to interpret. All I want my fellow comrades to note is that a day of reckoning is near and then the results will be reviewed for by their fruits we shall know them.

Who needs money, keep collecting from one end to the other and smile or even laugh out loud at us who have chosen to stick to the origin of the course. Mock us, if that makes you feel good but bear in mind that "tough times never last, but tough Biafrans will." Whatsoever you are called to do, please do because the last wine has ever been the bedrock of the mixture and will be always. Definitely, be assured that victory is lurking nearby.

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The confused Nigerian government is losing sleep because they did not outsmart God. They will go to any length to lower to the grave our body, ambition and leadership if we let down our guide but this must not happen. Like the rebuilding of Jerusalem, it is time to burn the midnight lamp ensuring you have enough oil as reserve because in a twinkling, Biafra will be free and then our rejoicing will know no bound. If you are not with IPOB, you are looking in the wrong direction because we are the indigenous people and power belongs to us. We talk and others listen.

Make up your mind. Contest for money and position no more. It is a matter of time, everything will fall into place. I encourage you to stay tight in this great pursuit of ours and write your name in the Biafran book of record. In the shortest time, the toughness will yield to the greatness.

Hold on tightly and believe. Just obey and capture the ray of the sun as it gradually falls in place, smiling happily to assume it's rightful place. Never doubt the greatness of the race but energize for tougher days ahead. The darker the night, the nearer the morning when we shall sing and dance in BIAFRA land.

The Biafra Times
Edited By Chukwuemeka Chimerue
Publisher: Chijindu Benjamin Ukah
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