By Tim Tochukwu
For Biafra Choice Writers

Some call him Pastor; others call him and professor, but recently Yemi Osinbajo, the so-called Vice President of Nigeria, goofed big time. He revealed himself as the newest Yoruba stooge of the Fulani people of Northern Nigeria.
 This shameless shoe-shiner to Muhammadu Buhari, the illiterate President of Nigeria, had the temerity to speak ill of Niger Delta Avengers (NDA), and by implication Biafra. How else can one describe a supposed professor, who ought to know; or a pastor, who ought to tell the truth at all times, who calls freedom fighters of NDA caliber as people fighting for selfish interest?
That was what he did when he declared: “The Niger Delta Avengers are not freedom fighters, they are not fighting for any freedom. They only fight for their pockets. You can’t be blowing up pipelines and compound the problem of the region and be saying you are fighting for freedom.”
Is Osinbajo so useless as a professor that he does not know that blowing up pipelines was the last resort in dealing with recalcitrant criminals – Nigerians leaders – masquerading as countrymen. For years, Nigeria and its pernicious rulers have raped the resources in Biafraland by force of arms, and every peaceful entreaty rebuffed with violence and more violence.

He continued: “It is not acceptable for anybody under any guise to be vandalising and say they are avenging, that is not acceptable.”
Well it longer matters to Biafrans what is acceptable to the rogue state known as Nigeria and its rulers. What is important to Biafrans it that Nigeria takes away its instruments of occupation from Biafran territory. Biafrans are not Nigerians, neither are they concerned with what the likes of Osinbajo thinks.
He told one truth however. He said that the inability of many state governments to pay salaries of workers was due to the activities of the militants, which said had caused reduction in the country’s revenue from oil.
With the above truth, it is heartwarming to remember that many foolish Nigerians like Osinbajo laughed two years ago when Nnamdi Kanu, Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) told them that “If they fail to give us Biafra, Somalia will look like paradise”. Nigeria has not started seeing reduction in revenue. By the time Biafra is through with Nigeria, people like Osinbajo will beg for money to go back to their villages.
He added: “The Federal Government (Nigeria is not a federal government) cannot rely on oil any longer. So it is time for both the Federal Government and state governments to look for ways to develop this country. We need to open our eyes for other opportunities other than relying on oil.”

If they like let them diversify the economy, if they like let them borrow money to pay salaries, but whatever happens they must make sure they take away their instruments of occupation from Biafraland and leave Biafra alone. They must understand that Biafra will not be part of paying back any loan that Nigeria gets from anywhere; at least from the date they kidnapped Nnamdi Kanu.
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