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Friday 10 May 2019

Biafra Heroes Day: Ohanaeze and the hood

May 11, 2019

By Johnson Nnabuife | For Biafra Writers

Now that the hood has finally fallen off the head of the group known as Ohanaeze Ndigbo, and the scale has fallen off the eyes of the Biafran people, the truth can no longer be hidden. The reality has hit the people that Ohanaeze is a fraud which has been pretending to love the Igbos and masquerading as the mouthpiece of the Igbos.

Two important questions now exist: “How will Biafrans handle the group, Ohanaeze?” and “What will Ohanaeze do?”
In reality, Ohanaeze is a minority group of Igbos who had since its inception managed to deceive the people into seeing it as a kaleidoscope of all other Igbo-Biafran groups, and as such, the mouthpiece of the people. That is why it dubiously brands itself as “the apex Igbo social-cultural group”. Unfortunately, many people, even beyond Igbo land, believed this lie.

But today, the people – especially Igbo-Biafrans – know better. The wind has blown, and the stump of the fowl has been exposed. This came as the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) declared the 30th of May this year, as Biafra Heroes Remembrance day, just as it had been doing since 2013. But Ohaneze and its partners in crime, the governors in Igbo land, spoke against it.

IPOB had declared that this year’s remembrance and sit-at-home event will be special because it will present a unique moment of shared pains and misery for all the families that lost their loved ones to war, hunger, starvation, disease, killings and state-sponsored terrorism currently going on in Nigeria.

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“We remember the heroic few that stood up against tyranny especially those that sacrificed their lives to defend the defenseless and those that lost their lives because there was no one to defend them.”

To prove its friendship and comradeship with other indigenous people suffering the atrocities foisted on them by the Fulani, in the British contrived contraption, IPOB invites them to join in the Remembrance Day. Fulani people are foreigners from Guinea, who the British placed as undertakers of the contraption as they pretended to have left Nigeria at independence.

This is why IPOB wrote: “The middle-belt and Yoruba brethren are advised to join this historic sit-at-home event to honour the memory of all that died unjustly in Nigeria. We are calling on all the people of Southern Kaduna, Middle Belt especially Benue, Adamawa, Nasarawa, Kogi, those affected by herdsmen terrorism in Ondo, Osun and other states in Yorubaland to join the great family of IPOB in observing a day of solemn prayer and sit-at-home, to remember those who lost their lives unjustly and unlawfully at the hands of Fulani terrorist herdsmen and murderous security agencies, even during the recently concluded fraudulent 2019 general elections.”

For many Biafrans, those cannot be said to be “too much” or an impossible request. But the nest of quislings known as Ohanaeze and the governors opposed it. This is why, while the people are determined to observe the Heroes Day – a practice that is recognized all over the world – they are still contemplating on what to do with the renegade group known as Ohanaeze and their governor friends.

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Edited By Kutanya Obi Ezeuchu
Publisher: Charles Opanwa

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