Biafra: Prof. Osibanjo's Meeting With The South East Leaders; A Ploy To Derail Biafrans
By Ben Alvin Obi
For Family Writers
19th June 2017
Years back, Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra through Radio Biafra made people to know that Nigeria was led by some number of families who would never want Nigeria to break nor allow Biafra to go because of their selfish interests.
However, he made it clear to the world from the onset that IPOB is a peaceful group fighting for the restoration of Biafra. From every indication, it is crystal clear that the Biafran restoration project under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been going on peacefully as the evidence of all protests attest to that.
Hence, taking a critical look at the meeting between Prof. Osibanjo and the so-called south east leaders, one would see that those present at that meeting include Bukola Saraki, the Senate President and others who would never want Nigeria to break. They do not care how the common man suffers rather they accumulate wealth for their children and unborn generations.
They are ready to do anything humanly possible to keep Nigeria one; like Obasanjo said a month ago that "there is more cake to share, Biafra agitators should come and take their own share and forget about the struggle" . This is how an average politician reasons in Nigeria.
Now, Prof. Osibanjo, the acting President of Nigeria has instructed that those calling for the division of the country should be arrested and killed. This shows the extent the Political criminals in Nigeria could go in order to keep enriching themselves while the masses suffer. The world should take note of this instruction given by Osinbanjo. Biafrans or any other group of people agitating for the division of Nigeria will be molested and killed.
It is quite clear that the northerners have given Biafrans some months to leave their land. It is also very clear that they are also indirectly agitating to be on their own as the Indigenous People of Biafra are doing, the Yorubas also have two groups agitating for their own break up from Nigeria. This is a conspicuous sign that people are tired of the country called Nigeria.
It is the right of indigenous people to seek for self determination as enshrined under the United Nations charter. Despite Osibanjo's command for agitators to be killed, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra has remained steadfast and has also made it clear to the world that it is either they give us a date for referendum or no election in Nigeria and that is where Biafrans stand.
We can never be deceived. Osibanjo should save all the stress and support the motion for a peaceful referendum so as to make a good name and also create history for himself that will never be erased.
We say no to Elections in Anambra State in Nigeria as we remain resolute.
Edited by Ngozi Kalu
For Family Writers
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