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Wednesday 24 October 2018

Again, Nigeria fails to stop Biafra

By Dave O. Umahi | For Biafra Writers

October 24, 2018

Pernicious Nigerian politicians, mostly from the one-Nigeria campaigners (as opposed to the emergence of Biafra), had for long planned for what is playing out today in the political scene. They had a well-thought-out plan to shut out Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), and therefore truncate their plans for Biafra referendum and independence.

They knew that it would be a tough hurdle to overcome IPOB’s long-advertised plan of boycotting every Nigerian sham election. They knew Nnamdi Kanu had always promoted the philosophy of boycotting every Nigerian election, even before the formation of IPOB. So they knew he would never go back on it. As a matter of fact, he preached it long before Goodluck Jonathan became Nigerian president. What consistency!

To make matters worse for them, they knew how successful the campaign was with the last Anambra State gubernatorial election, even though Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) concocted numbers to release as result of the election.

So for them – from Olusegun Obasanjo, former Nigerian dictator and President Muhammadu Buhari, current dictator; Yakubu Gowon, former military dictator; and even Atiku Abubakar, former Vice president – Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB are common enemies that must be destroyed by all means possible. The constant mass murder of Biafran youths were very good examples of how desperate they are, and how much evil they are ready to perpetrate to see it happen.

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One of their major plans was to gather hungry and integrity-challenged media elements, bribe them, and then unleash them to character assassinate IPOB and its plans and strategies. That was the foundation for the social media attack-blitz on IPOB and its election boycott mantra immediately Atiku Abubakar was announced as the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate. Instructively, the plan took off earnestly with the announcement of Peter Obi, certified mass murderer of Igbo youths, as Atiku’s running mate. Since then, Atiku’s money has been speaking through those integrity-challenged individuals.

In addition, a gathering was created for the recruiting and bribing of such elements under the aegis of “Nigerian Social Media Awards”. It would be held in mid-November 2018. The philosophy guiding it is “make them and use them”. It is a well-noted strategy of the Nigerian politicians: They facilitate their recognition and then use them to promote the governments or politicians that made them.

Interestingly, many people would think it is a PDP or APC thing. But that is not so, two of them work together on the issue of Biafra. Do you remember that the same Obasanjo who wrote a public letter to Buhari, was the same man that asked the government to assassinate Nnamdi Kanu, and they stormed his house with their evil Operation Python Dance?

Know it that they are all the same war criminals; the bandits' one-Nigerianist vultures) that plotted and executed the war of genocide on Biafrans. They all know Buhari had completely destroyed the cohesiveness of the evil structures they had put in place against the Biafrans, so they were pretending to want Buhari out when they were actually planning to truncate the Biafra agitation.

That was how Peter Obi, Obasanjo’s willing tool for the mass murder of Biafran youths in 2004/2006, became the point man for them. He delivered before and so they were sure he would deliver again, and this time on a larger scale.

Too bad for them, IPOB was long prepared. The Biafrans are not interested in whatever media the Nigerians are using. IPOB is self-sufficient and runs its own media outlets, as well as have its own communication channels to reach the Biafran people one-on-one. With the latest Nnamdi Kanu’s world media address, it is certain they are failing again, monumentally!

Edited By Chukwuemeka Chimerue
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