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Kanu Displeased With UK/US Involvement In Nigeria Murderous Fulani Regime

Kanu Displeased With UK/US Involvement In Nigeria Murderous Fulani Regime Considering the situation of things at this stage of the fight for...

Kanu Displeased With UK/US Involvement In Nigeria Murderous Fulani Regime

Considering the situation of things at this stage of the fight for Biafra restoration, one is forced to reflect on the famous words of the great human right activist, late Martin Luther King Junior, on the 16th of April, 1963. The need to make some emphasis on this statement has made it binding on the informed to elucidate explicitly, the true intentions and sincere motives of the late icon. Luther said on that date that: “Injustice Anywhere Is A Threat To Justice Everywhere”.

Presumably, it is a thought on this same lane that may have compelled the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) and Director of Radio Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, to recently tweet thus: "The most odious of all oppressions are those which mask as justice"....Robert H. Jackson. Two most advanced nations in the world are propping a murderous Fulani Islamic regime of Terror, Tyranny & Oppression in Nigeria. And worst of it all is that both nations have women reprentatives in Nigeria. Shame! @UKinNigeria @USinNigeria"

And according to Timothy Nwokorie also, injustice negates justice.
Human actions that abuse the privileges of others and care less about their dignity and emotions can be termed injustice. This concept also is not only limited to humans and animals that are unduely killed, molested or whose lives and existence are not considered precious but can also be said to be victims of injustice. Different societies have varying ideologies about justice and injustice. Cases that are considered just in one society may be unjust in another society but there are cases that are common to man and are generally seen as unacceptable by every average person. Beyond this, it is most at times sanctioned by a court of law as an act of injustice. This cuts across verbal abuses, emotional distress, physical assault, forceful dispossession, human right abuses, racism, discrimination, gender inequality, starvation, politics of self-interest, ethnic polarization, religious prejudice, etcetera.

But it is with great displeasure, dismay and disappointment to see these great nations, the United States of America and United Kingdom, support the murderous Fulani Islamic regime of terror, tyranny, oppression, devastation and depopulation of the indigenous peoples in Nigeria.
Seeing how these great nations that have always fought and worked for the welfare and well-being of their own people would choose to work against the wellness of other countries, is to say the least, very disheartening.
United Kingdom has been working tooth and nail to be out of the European Union through referendum, but has chosen to suppress Biafrans into remaining slaves and sheeps for slaughter in Nigeria. Why would they not know that what is good for UK citizens are also good for Biafrans citizens?
And the United States of America that is supposed to stand against injustice anywhere as the world police, has also chosen to be an accomplice in the injustice being meted against the indigenous ethnic nations entrapped in Nigeria. But one thing is certain, the course for the restoration of the sovereign nation of Biafra is a divine project which can never ever be abandoned. Biafrans have come a long way with this divine mandate and not even all the forces of the world put together, can stop us.


Written by Obulose Chidiebere

Edited by Ogah C.S. Maduabuchi
For Family Writers Press International

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