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A Thoughtful Reflection and Call to Action for the Igbo Tribe

 A Thoughtful Reflection and Call to Action for the Igbo Tribe Dear Igbo Indigenes of Eastern Nigeria, I hope this message finds you in good...

 A Thoughtful Reflection and Call to Action for the Igbo Tribe

Dear Igbo Indigenes of Eastern Nigeria, I hope this message finds you in good health and high spirits. I write to you with a deep sense of concern and curiosity, seeking to understand the dynamics of your relationship with history and your oppressors. I invite you to reflect upon these questions, as they are meant to encourage introspection and foster dialogue, rather than make sweeping assumptions.

History has always served as a valuable teacher, allowing us to learn from the triumphs and mistakes of our predecessors. Yet, it appears that there is a reluctance within your community to embrace the lessons of the past. I am genuinely interested in understanding why this might be the case. What factors are contributing to the challenges in learning from history and utilizing its wisdom to shape your present and future?

Furthermore, it has been suggested that a deep affection for your oppressors is reflected in your actions and developmental choices. While this perception may not apply universally, I urge you to contemplate whether there are aspects of your society that perpetuate this sentiment. By doing so, you may gain insights into the complex dynamics at play, and identify ways to foster a stronger sense of self-determination and Independence.

The rulers of Lagos state have now completed the circle of destruction to anything called Igbo in Lagos, your land taking away from you, your shops destroyed, your sons and daughters killed, all your labours of many years came to an end within the shortest period you can ever imagined. During the election, you voted and won the election in Lagos for your brother, but unfortunately justice was denied and the ruler of darkness is now on throne, the only option left for you at this point in time is, go back home or be killed in Lagos

It is disheartening to hear of the persecution and violence endured by the Igbo people in Nigeria. If such circumstances persist, I understand the inclination to seek safety and stability elsewhere. Your suggestion to relocate business and development to the East(Biafra) demonstrates a desire for a more secure environment. However, I implore you to approach this decision with careful consideration, think of the alternative being presented and championed by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra(IPOB). You all have seen how the Nigeria you keep serving and dying for keeps killing and destroying your dreams of a better tomorrow, If you continue in this unproductive and detrimental servitude as a people, you may never have the next free generation of Igbos  within the Nigeria State and entire Igbo Land - write this down.

In light of all these challenges, I also want to emphasize that history has demonstrated how oppressed people can rise above their circumstances and become beacons of light. The transformation of Israel serves as a remarkable example. The Israeli people, like the Igbo, faced immense hardships and adversity, yet they persevered and created a thriving nation. Why can't the Igbos?

This historical parallel should serve as a reminder of the resilience and potential within your own community.

While the Igbo people face significant hurdles, it is essential to remember that progress and change require collective action and a shared commitment to justice, unity, and inclusivity. I encourage you to engage in constructive conversations on development within your community. Together, let us stand with the only voice that the Nigeria state is afraid of, which is the person of Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB, reject oppression, and cultivate an environment where every ethnic group can flourish. Ibibio, Igala, Igede, Igbanke, Igbakiri, Igbos, Ikwerre and Ijaws.

By embracing our shared humanity, acknowledging the lessons of the past, and working towards a brighter future, we can create a society that truly represents the diverse tapestry Independent Biafra State, where every sons and daughters of Biafra land shall prove to the world, the wrong about their views on black race. We can do it.

With sincere hope and a belief in the transformative power of unity, we can save our land from invaders who came to kill and destroy our people, today it is Nnamdi Kanu, tomorrow it maybe you.



Written by IfeanyiChukwu Francis

Edited by Ogah C S Maduabuchi

For Family Writers Press International

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