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The People's Voice And The Rejected Leader

 The People's Voice And The Rejected Leader Deserted street of Biafra  Several events have really culminated in the gradual erosion of t...

 The People's Voice And The Rejected Leader

Deserted street of Biafra 

Several events have really culminated in the gradual erosion of trust and confidence entrusted initially, in the Nigerian government of the day. Firstly, the people have very unfortunately realized that their votes do not count as the political office occupants chosen by them, were never allowed to access the corridor of their mandate of service. The installed political stooges have disgustingly, remained manipulative of the system, to the advantage of their godfathers, their poor pedigree, nonetheless.

The governor of Imo State, Mr. Hope Uzodimma, is a very typical example of what has shamefully characterized the Nigerian failed state. He took the fourth position during the last gubernatorial context of the state but was despicably foisted on the people by his Abuja-based Fulani political slavemasters through a judicial prouncement. Their purpose, he is presently serving by defiantly and steadily, eliminating his kinsmen, like in the case of the gruesome massacre of the natives in Orlu amongst others.

Deserted street of Biafra 

The willingness and resolve of the people to sit indoors in compliance with the Sit-At-Home order of the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), against the visit of President Muhammadu Buhari to Imo State, on Thursday 9th September 2021, remains quite commendable. It is indicative of the complete rejection of the Buhari led federal government. The streets, markets, banks, schools, roads and other public places were all virtually vacated. Never in recent history, has there been any witnesse of such a disgraceful response by the people to a supposed presidential visit. As early as 7:00 am, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Igbo, amongst other conventional media outlets, streamed around Owerri, the Imo State capital, to showcase to the global community, the response of the people pertaining the visit. And it was a sorry sight, depicting the people's coordinated rejection of a despotic government. Even government establishments were not left out in the compliance of the IPOB order.

Biafrans rejected Buhari and deserted him

The people of Biafra, have pointedly spoken and the message cannot be denied. They are totally fed up with the predominant wave of deception, lies, suppression, marginalization, killing and corruption that have bedeviled the  contraption called Nigeria, courtesy of an evil government. The people need freedom, peace, justice and equity. The message encapsulating all these, have so clearly been sent once again, to the Nigerian government in particular and to the world, in general. And like in the words of late General Odimegwu Ojukwu, "Thus far, no further".

The series of "Sit-At-Home" and "Lockdown Exercises", carried out by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), are already speaking volumes and without disputations, Biafrans have variously proven their desire for total freedom. Unofficial referendum has silently been carried out and the results are quite revealing. The Sit-At-Home exercise recently ordered against Buhari's visit to Imo State, has proven that the people have willed to take their destinies into their hands for the Nigerian government to prosecute the needful. Referendum has to be scheduled to save lives or otherwise, the government should get readily prepared for successive rounds of civil disobedience.

To ease the already tensed situation, it is expedient that the IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who is presently detained by the government, be unconditionally and immediately released. His followers and sympathizers have resolutely made a statement and are ever prepared to show their untainted willingness to make further sacrifices for their freedom and wellbeing. This can never ever be compromised.

Written by Benpraise Loveson Agweye

Edited by Peter Oshagwu

For Family Writers Press International.


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