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Thursday, 25 June 2020

Nigeria, a Nation with Curse











Godwin Duru | For Biafra Writers

June 25, 2020

The words of prophet Isaiah in chapter 59:15 said, “Truth is lacking, he who departs evil makes himself a prey.” This is exactly what is going on in the British farmland called Nigeria where a prophet of God, Mazi Nnamdikanu, has taking it upon himself to liberate the people from deceit, stupidity and slavery.

Despite all oppositions, Mazi Nnamdikanu has remained resolute. Threat of death couldn’t stop him, the death of his parents did not stop him, and killings of his followers have not made him change language. Unlike others who arose before him, he has been tested and from all indications he is 100 percent trusted.

After listening to his June 6, 2020, message, the hidden thoughts of the white people that gave us the name Nigeria dawned on me. It Surprised me to learn that the name “Nigeria” means bad luck, bad omen, and unlucky. How else can we describe human wickedness? Well, in His infinite mercy, God decided to expose this wickedness by sending us a prophet, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Can we ever thank him enough?

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Despite how richly blessed Nigeria is in both liquid and solid minerals, the country is still counted among the poorest countries of the world. What else can be more a curse than living the way we are living now in Nigeria? Criminals assume places of authority, killers are treated like kings, and iniquities upon iniquities continue to grow.

The solution to the problem has been offered to us by this messenger of truth, Nnamdi Kanu. We must, as a matter of urgency, listen to him. The word of God says, “believe in the lord your God and you shall be established; believe the word of his prophet and you shall make success.”

Mazi Nnamdikanu, Biafrans appreciate all efforts and sacrifices you make to set us free. We pray that God who has called you to do this job will give you the grace to accomplish it, for God will give strength to his king and he shall exalt the horn of his anointed.


The Biafra Times
Edited by Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
Publisher: Chijindu Benjamin Ukah
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