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British Allegiance with Fulani Against Biafra - the woe of Nigeria

British Allegiance with Fulani Against Biafra - the woe of Nigeria  Past Fulani rulers and their British Collaborators From the time the Bri...

British Allegiance with Fulani Against Biafra - the woe of Nigeria 

Past Fulani rulers and their British Collaborators

From the time the British imperialists encountered the marauding Fulanis till date, they have engaged in all manner of evil and wickedness against the indigenous land owners in Nigeria. At first, they ruined the Hausa kingdom. It is hard to describe what the Hausa people passed through but a window of opportunity is the genocide committed against the Judeo-Christian Biafrans and Southerners, enabled by Britain, from 1943 and reached a chilling level in 1970. From 1970, the Fulanis have engaged in concerted destruction of whatever is remaining of the indigenous habitation having obtained assurances of globalists protection. The aim of this article is not to dwell on the globalists but to x-ray the hatchet job the Fulanis are doing for them.

The Fulani oligarchs, represented by Ahmadu Bello, have never hidden their desire to deep the Koran in the Atlantic ocean and dominate everyone in their great grandparents estate, Nigeria. As the genocidal war ended, after the practical testing of the Wahhabism (the use of violence as advocated by Saudi Arabia), they started interfering and installing their loyalists in every political, social and cultural organization of influence. 

This was intended to ensure that no one has the freedom to pursue their destiny. At first, the unsolicited intrusion was furtive but it soon gave way to an open and daring involvement. Now it has become assertive. There is no region militarized like the Eastern region. Neither does any region suffer military arson and indiscriminate shooting of unarmed civilian populace leading to internally displaced people by government actors in national uniform. These do not even occur in terrorism ravaged North with governors, unabashedly silent.

Leadership is a call to serve. This service is to the people when there is true democracy (a government of the people, for the people and by the people). The seeming gap in leadership, in Biafraland (referred to as Eastern Nigeria), is due to the slow but steady unchallenged imposition of vassals as governors, senators, representatives and so on for over fifty (50) years. It is true that the journey of the oppressors depends on the mindset of the oppressed. 

For over fifty (50) years, we choose to do absolutely nothing. While in the past, in the analogue age, the Fulani supplied us analogue models; fast forward to 2019 and behold our inaction has climaxed into a supreme court imposition of a candidate. It is now the use of the judiciary, which is the last hope of the common man, in a democratic setting. It is not God’s commandment that we pray, where we need to act (Luke 11:21). The Fulani has moles in every aspect of Biafrans’ lives including religion. The criminal tacit of politicians and religious leaders, in the face of grave injustice, is an indictment and indicative of who they serve.

The entrance of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and the organization he leads, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), is the game changer. From his first illegal arrest in 2015 till date, he has awoken something up in his people. They are no longer beholden to Britain. All they want now is freedom. They will get it regardless of who does not want that because of economic interest. At first, the youths were dismissed and called unprintable names yet they persisted. 

They have protested in the most difficult of political turbulent environments and paid the ultimate price. However, the high-handedness of the central government has done nothing but increased the membership and support across the length and breadth of Biafraland. To minimize casualties, the sit-at-home as a civil disobedience, was introduced. The total compliance to the mock referendum is glaring. Still, one does not expect the Fulani oligarchs, used to violent inclination, or their handpicked eastern leaders, used to pacifying their masters, to learn anything from the mock referendum sit-at-home. If anything, they will double down on their tyranny and treachery, as taught by history. Soon enough though, they would come to understand that no army is as strong as an army of volunteers. That too is historical.

Written by Chibueze Daniel

Edited by Chukwuemeka Okechukwu

For Family Writers Press International.


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