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Nigeria and her Young President

 Nigeria and her Young President  This reflective statement is curled from the contents tweeted by the leader of the indigenous people of Bi...

 Nigeria and her Young President 

This reflective statement is curled from the contents tweeted by the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra(IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu via his official twitter page on 8th of March 2021. 

Kanu, being a man that have sworn never to keep silent at a sight of evil, was spurred to make this tweet when he saw the viral video showing a clearly healthy skinned young man receiving Covid-19 vaccination in the name of Buhari.

He called this a deception that will certainly be uncovered one day.

Reacll that Mazi Kanu have severally repeated the claims that Buhari is long death and buried in a shallow grave at Saudi Arabia.

In this said tweet, the Ipob Leader  further added that "this type of nonsense can only happen in Africa. And those defending the lie, that President Muhammadu Buhari is still alive are worse than slave merchants & colonialists combined. Kanu said that these class of individuals are verily the ones responsible for the climate of lawlessness & anarchy that is bedevilling the Nigeria State.

Obviously, the lies behind Nigeria's contraption is gradually expiring and giving ways for the truth to be known, not just by Africans, but by the whole world.

Indeed, The saying that Africans are their own worst enemy has been truely proven beyond any arguments.

Using Nigeria as a case study, after 61 years of independence and colonial occupation, she still grapples the effects of neocolonialism and suffers from social injustice and grand scale misrule.

Drawing a contrast with other African countries, the only thing that will save Africa and Nigeria especially from political rascality, ruffianism, roguery, perjury, misinformation and from politicians looting their nations dry even to the genuine astonishment and dismay of the colonialists is the application of the story in George Orwell’s 1945 novel, "Animal Farm". The story tells of how a group of farm animals rebelled against their human farmers, hoping to create a society where the animals can be free, equal and happy.

For Africa to move forward, it behoves the people to brace up to the challenge of taking charge of their future by engaging in conversations that reflects their collective interests and to back up the results of such conversations with a strong body language that will as well portray the very importance of Africa and black race in the world.

In the case of Nigeria, the issue of the demise of the president or his whereabouts and stage management of a fake as his replacement by a few, is an insult to the intelligence of the rest of the country and one that should be confronted with outrage and displeasure. 

Thanks to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB family members and all the many others who have been doing a great job of holding these cabals to ransom and from the total destruction of citizens' privilege. The rest of Nigeria need to wake up from their slumber and supplement their action by demanding for a better future for themselves and posterities. Until this happens, we will never be guaranteed of any light at the end of the tunnel. Let us all uphold to the struggle for total freedom and never quit till it gets better.


Written by Okere David C

Edited by Frank Nwachukwu

For Family Writters Press International

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