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Wednesday, 15 May 2019

Biafra: Ohaneze, Dokubo, and Fulani Land-grabbers



By Dave Umahi | For Biafra Writers

May 16, 2019

The latest intelligence report reaching our desk has it that the Fulani terrorist leadership (the cabal in Aso Rock) has kicked off their plans to buy land massively in Biafra as a launch-pad for Biafra-land takeover. What then will Ohaneze Ndigbo and Asari Dokubo do about it?

The first attempt at taking over Biafra-land was the demand for grazing lands. The people stood against it, arguing that cattle’s rearing is private business, and so the government shouldn’t allocate lands to the herders. The people argued further that Biafrans in other parts of the country purchased the lands and shops in which they conduct their businesses, insisting that the Fulani must be left to do same. The cabal thus being logically defeated tried using the army to seize the lands. Realizing how difficult it is to get enough lands for what they intended, they resorted to empowering the herdsmen leadership, Miyetti Allah Cattle Rearers (MACAR). Interestingly, MACAR is reported in international media as the fourth largest terrorist group in the world.

The government’s recent decision to give $100 Billion Dollars to the terrorist herdsmen is in tandem with the caliphate’s plot to take over Biafra land. Sources disclosed that the money is to enable the herders purchase more arms for their nefarious activities, as well as to buy lands in Biafra. Put differently, they are planning to, on one hand, kill more Biafrans, and on the other hand, buy up many lands in Biafra with the connivance of quislings they have previously planted.

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Biafrans are thus curious to know what the proscribed Ohaneze Ndigbo as a body and brother Asari Dokubo as an individual are going to do in the face of such disturbing revelations. This is more so since they are in the habit of opposing everything done by Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to gain independence from the zoo called Nigeria.

Ohaneze Ndigbo is originally a group of Igbo-Biafrans that banded together immediately after the war to chart a way forward. With time however, unscrupulous elements infiltrated the group, and with the founding fathers growing old and dying off, the present-day members subverted the original goal of the group, turning themselves scavengers in the Nigerian political equation. Integrity became a thing of the past as these shameless Igbo men readily offered selves as tools in the hand of the Northern hegemony to forestall every plan to restore Biafra just to be allowed to pick the crumbs from their masters’ table.

Doing their masters’ biding, Ohaneze Ndigbo connived with Igbo-Biafra governors to have Nigerian terrorist army invade the home of the Supreme Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, with the sole intent of assassinating him. In the process, hundreds of Biafrans were murdered by the Nigeria terrorist forces. The latest script now being acted out is the opposition to the Biafra Heroes Remembrance Day slated for May 30th.

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On the other hand, Asari Dokubo, a school dropout and a one-time pipeline vandal, claims to be fighting for what he called Niger Delta freedom. But in actual fact, he is a wheelie-dealer, using the pretense of fighting for freedom to cut deals. It is Dokubo that betrayed Henry Orkah, the leader of Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND).

As both fraudulent Ohaneze Ndigbo and pipeline vandal, Asari Dokubo, have been in opposition to IPOB’s genuine and honest moves to restore the state of Biafra, Biafrans now demand to know what these folks have in stock to preempt the Fulani evil agenda.


The Biafra Times
Edited by Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
Publisher: Chijindu Benjamin Ukah
Contact us: biafrawriters.org

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