Biafra: Paul Arkwright's Recent Unguided Utterances Against Biafra; A Sign Of Victory

Biafra: Paul Arkwright's Recent Unguided Utterances Against Biafra; A Sign Of Victory

By Odirachinma Ezeobi - Write for TBP
April 2017

Recently, the attention of Biafrans, Nigerians, Africa and the world at large have been drawn by the inhuman statement credited to the British High Commissioner to Nigeria Mr Paul Arkwright in which he was quoted to have said that Nigeria is indivisible under their watch.

A lot of reactions has continue to  trail this shocking statement which is a revelation of the British stronghold on Nigeria years after independence.

The "one Nigerianists sympathetic individuals" were so much pleased by this gullible statement, most have taken to social media to tell Biafrans how impossible it has now become for a free Biafran state to emerge.

Biafrans on the other hand has dismissed the statement as derogatory, hypocritical, undemocratic and very poor of an educated man as Arkwright. In the very words of Patrick Henry "is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?, forbid it almighty God; I know not what course others may take but as for me, give me liberty or give me death".

The freedom of Biafrans from the forced Union Nigeria cannot be decided by the British government for the fact that we are also humans as what is good for the goose is also good for the gander.

The world should take into cognizance that before now all Biafrans had been saying about Britain was referred to as "allegation" sometimes added "fallacious". Now the statement made by Mr Paul Arkwright had put all doubts aside and to rest. The British government have come out in a broad daylight to say "yes actually we are the owner of Nigeria and we have been making sure that they remain under our control, yes we killed Biafrans during the war because we don't want Nigeria to break and we owe no apology to anyone.

It is now also very clear to the world that British government is ironically the greatest enemy of democracy and human right to self determination. Africans through this statement are thereby put on notice that they are less humans since United Kingdom can opt out of European union, Scotland can vie to opt out of Britain but Biafra cannot opt out of Nigeria because it is a British created and controlled empire.

To Biafrans the statement is rather a sign of victory because all the evils of the British government against Biafra that we have been working hard to prove to the world have been miraculously exposed and explained by the British government. This leaves no one with doubt of the inevitability of the phenomenon called Biafra restoration.

It is a sign of victory for the fact that Britain were harmed so much by the little we had done which is destructive to their selfish interest in Nigeria; and that just like a witch that has been casted out from her enslaved host, shouts in pain out of her unwillingness to let go of her host before she leaves, just like the devil was barking in heaven that she was not going to leave heaven even though she knew she is already defeated, so is Britain crying out because they have seen that the struggle for a free Biafra is at its apex.

This is a sign from which Chukwuokikeabiama exposed Britain to the world. So instead of growing weak, Biafrans rejoice for the lord has answered our prayers and we all must finally understand that those jumping up and laughing at Biafra thinking the statement is in their favour not knowing that they have vindicated Nnamdi Kanu for calling them "animals in a zoo"; Britain was actually passing a message across to Nigeria and that is - we the British government owns and controls your present and future, you have no right to decide how to live as you must obey us and stay put in your different cages. Even in the words of the current special adviser on media of Nigeria in quote "a man conquered by force is only half conquered".

Biafra is ordained by most high and can never be subjected to perpetual slavery.

Editor/Publisher: Chinwe Korie
Twitter: @ckorie17




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