Nigeria @ 57: A Country Still Begging Citizens For Unity After 57th Independence Anniversary

Nigeria@57: A Country Still Begging Citizens For Unity After 57th Independence Anniversary

By Mazi Onyebuchi Eze
For Family Writers
1st October 2017

As the gasping Nigeria state is fulfilling the formality of celebrating her 57th anniversary of independence on October 1, 2017, it is very shameful that the government of such artificial geographical expression called Nigeria is still forcing unity on a section of its supposed citizens with barrels of guns and armoured tanks as we all witnessed recently through the deployment of "OPERATION PYTHON DANCE" to Biafraland. It is also a thing of shame that people of Northern Nigeria cannot overcome their economic weakness and backwardness which have reduced them to a mere lazy parasites begging Biafrans for unity endlessly for 57 years now in order to survive in the contraption called Nigeria.

The question that should bother the government of Nigeria and other people of the defunct Nigeria federation is "how long will Nigeria government of backwardness continue to force unity on an unwilling people of Biafra to stay in the fast dying Nigeria? How long will the people of Arewa and Oduduwa indigenous nations continue to beg the people of Biafra for unity, cant they ask themselves "does it mean that we cannot survive without the people of Biafra"? All these questions are to be answered by the shameless unity beggars of Nigeria and Nigeria government which is forcing Biafrans to unite with gunpoint and barrels of guns.

But any reasonable person in Nigeria should know that if not because Nigeria was built on lies, nepotism, marginalization, feudalism, chauvinism, bigotry and corruption, there will be no how unity begging will still persist in Nigeria at 57 years after independence. Unity begging or forced unity at gunpoint on Biafran people in Nigeria is the height of disgrace with Nigeria government and Northern Nigeria parasites.

Nigeria government still talking about forced unity at 57 years of independence anniversary is a sign that Nigeria is a failed state. Northern Nigeria people should also be ashamed of themselves that they still believe that they cannot survive without mineral resources deposited in Biafraland. By now, Nigeria government should be talking about economic growth in Nigeria, Gross Domestic Product, infrastructural development and general national cohesion and not a forced unity with barrels of guns and armoured tanks. The fact that Nigeria still import tooth pick and pencil into an artificial country called Nigeria speak volume Nigeria can never get to anywhere ahead even in one hundred years to come.

Are you a Biafran warming up to participate in the said Nigeria independence Day celebration, ask yourself am I not celebrating backwardness, retrogression and slavery? No Biafran should participate in the October 1st shameful charade called independence celebration. Biafrans should rather beam their searchlight in Sokoto, Kaduna, Kano, Jos, Maiduguri and other Northern Nigerian cities as we are expecting the Arewa youths threats against Igbo people to commence as they threatened. It is obvious that such threats from Arewa youths can only happen in Nigeria because Northerners are sacred cows in Nigeria. They are untouchable in Nigeria because they can kill, rape, destroy property and yet nobody can touch them.

As Nigeria is still dwelling in unity begging at 57, Biafrans are saying that Arewa people in Northern Nigeria and Oduduwa people of Western Nigeria can go ahead and enjoy their united Nigeria when Biafra is gone. Biafra restoration will never in any way end unity of Nigeria. In fact, a Nigeria federation without Biafran people will be more united, prosperous and peaceful because there will be no more Biafra agitation in new Nigeria at that time. It is on record that there has being a relative peace and tranquility between Hausa/Fulani and Yoruba for years. When Biafra is gone, there will be nothing like unity begging any more in Nigeria but mutual respect between Hausa/Fulani and Yoruba people.

So, it is time for Nigerians to compel Nigeria government to let Biafra go in peace so that unity begging will not persist in Nigeria until Nigeria reach 58th independence Day anniversary. A word is enough for the wise!

- The Biafra Herald


At 57




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