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Biafra Is The Light Of Africa Says Nnamdi Kanu

Biafra Is The Light Of Africa Says Nnamdi Kanu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and director of bo...

Biafra Is The Light Of Africa Says Nnamdi Kanu

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and director of both Radio Biafra and Biafra Television respectively, has in a tensed revelational broadcast of Sunday 14th June 2020, stated unambiguously, that Biafra is the light of Africa. According to him, "Biafra will put to an end, the demonic construct called Nigeria you have today in Africa. Without Biafra, Africa cannot be developed".

Speaking further, the IPOB leader said that Buhari is the pathway to Biafra freedom as Elohim had revealed to him when he traveled to the land of Israel, "holy of holies", to pray sometimes ago, regarding the quest for the restoration of Biafra. "That is why Aso Rock has today, fallen". There is no President nor his vice on the seat of power. All that you have are gangs of criminals piloting the affairs of the country and deceiving two hundred million (200,000,000) Nigerians, yet people are too weak to act".

"We are living through an era of Fulani infammy, an era of shame and of disgrace. An era where a little boy of barely 30 years old can be brought out in a broad daylight, not hidden; they did not even disguise this time around to try and get a better mask to put on him at least to try to convince or should I say deceive the gullible 200 million Nigerians that Buhari is alive.

They shamelessly brought out this boy, put him in front of a camera and television stations, those who claim that they are learned, and those who claim that they are educated, they all sat there watching this charafe,  watching this disgrace unfold before the whole world. None of them felt any shame, no trepidation because people are now living through a culture of unprecedented impunity. They do anything they like and can get away with it and that is why what is happening is happening.

 And when I was actually going through the whole nonsense as it was playing out, it occurred to me rather very sadly that Africans and the black race in particular, is a deficit on this very earth. All of a sudden, an 80 year old man (Muhammadu Buhari), became a 30 year old, not even 40, 30 years old! Everybody saw it. This has never occured in the history of governance".

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu still empathically stated that the Yoruba media is the problem of Nigeria. "Had our Yoruba brethren in the West, been slightly brave with the grace God has given to them with the media, we will not be where we are today. While people are dying, what concerns the Yorubas is the 2023 presidency", he further lamented.

Bluntly condemning the actions of the Yoruba pastors who have over the years, been sitting idly by and watching as these henious crimes against humanity persist, he maintained that they form part of the disgraceful problems in Nigeria. Had they risen and courageously spoken out against the ruthless killings of Christians in the country by the sponsored Islamic terror groups (Miyetti Allah...Fulani killer herdsmen, Boko Haram), etcetera, it would have been a different story line by now. Kanu said that the Yorubas are hiding the truth about what is going on in Nigeria not just to disfavor Biafrans but because of their duplicitousness. The Fulanis will overrun their land because what goes around, definitely comes around.

The IPOB leader regrettably revealed that Nigeria is in a mess. "Anybody who is unfortunate to be part of the zoo (Nigeria), is now a laughing stock all over the world. Mankind is laughing at us and the sooner we bring the miserable existence of the zoo to an end, the better for everybody".

He also touched on  the treachery of the so-called Biafra elders in the mold of Emeka Anyaokwu (owner of Orient Oil), Ike Ekweremmadu, Pa Edwin Clarke, Nnia Nwodo and others. He stated that these crop of elders are a big disappointment to their people and do not lead by example. He maintained that these men would never support the Biafra restoration struggle because of the luxury lives they enjoy in Nigeria at the detriment of their own people. He thereby lampooned Pa Edwin Clarke for being a traitor to his own people and advised him to at least, have little respect for his old age and abstain from writing meaningless letters to the impostor in Aso Rock, who is masquerading as President Muhammadu Buhari that died since 2nd of February 2017, and was buried in Saudi Arabia.

On the issue bordering on racism, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu affirmed Nigeria as a racist construct that must be deconstructed. He revealed that it was a racist called Fredrick Lugard that named black people from West Africa, Nigeria. He proclaimed that the name 'Nigeria' to start with, means 'Nigga' or Negro which in it's commonest term, connotes black, ill-men, unlucky, dismal, awful, gloomy and evil. He then clearly pointed out what the name 'Nigeria' represents is DARKNESS. He asserted that 'Black' in Christianity depicts the color of mourning. This therefore means from the biblical point of view that Nigeria simply means a place of darkness'. From the psychological point of view also, 'black' represents 'death and mourning'. "That is why in Nigeria today, people cannot see and there is no electricity power supply. How do you expect to see when your name represents darkness?", he asked.

He then added that Biafra represents 'LIGHT' and that democracy started from no other place all over the world than from Biafraland. He avowed that Biafrans are the children of Elohim and that God sent the people of Biafra to Africa so that His light may shine upon the land. The IPOB leader maintained that the Igbo race which means 'ANCIENT PEOPLE' (Ndigbóó), are extraordinarily blessed with knowledge and that is why many people are jealous of Biafrans, globally.

In conclusion, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu enjoined Biafrans across the globe, to remain focused and never prevaricate on the mandate and pursuit of the Biafra restoration project, stressing that the only way to overcome the Yoruba controlled media lies and deceits through formidable twitter engagement. He urged IPOB family members to meticulously follow him on his twitter page "@MaziNnamdiKanu" and retweet all his messages. He said that since CNN, BBC, etcetera, would not carry our story, we must carry it ourselves.

Written by Ikenna Ozulumba Mbaegbu

Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press International

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