Nigeria being labelled as the Giant of Africa, the general feeling in Nigeria, and the world, is that Africa’s most populous nation could do much better, given her natural resources gotten from Biafra land.
In the years after her independence, Nigeria was regarded as a land flowing with milk and honey this is owned to the fact that even though Biafrans are the major contributors to this feat but has been seen to be grossly marginalized and continually killed by the Hausa/Fulani who continue to shout one Nigeria just for their selfish interest even with the height of all these resources Nigerians still search for greener pastures abroad.The situation has degenerated that Biafrans have come together to believe that we do not want to be part of this evil British contraption called Nigeria because our lives are at stake and freedom from this is the best way out.
Since Nigeria gained independence from Britain, the country has been grappling with several problems without finding a lasting solution of them are: Corruption: Corruption is a huge problem Nigeria has been facing since independence. It started with government officials and had gradually eaten deep into every other area of the economy. It’s very rare to see a government official who isn’t corrupt.
Currently, Nigeria ranks very high in the league of corrupt countries, and as stated by ex-British Prime Minister David Cameron, Nigeria is a “fantastically corrupt” country with corrupt leaders. This problem has been there since independence and has gotten worse.
Impunity of Leaders Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Once in the authority, Nigerian leaders at the federal, state and local government feel invincible and disregard the rule of law, whenever they can. Leaders bend rules to their wishes and damn the consequences. The judiciary arm of the government has been toothless and only clamp down on the average citizens while top government officials who break the law are left to wander free. Nigeria is an amalgamation of over 300 ethnic tribes which Biafrans are one of them. For some reasons, these tribes haven’t found a way to co-exist peacefully, despite having decades of experience.

Most people firstly pledge allegiance to their tribe before admitting they’re Nigerians. As a result, square pegs have gone into round holes, and needless squabbles have degenerated into a full-blown war between communities. Tribalism reigns in Nigeria, and it plays a significant part in the country’s current quagmire.
Things have gotten worse for the Nigerian masses over the decades. The country’s economy has been deteriorating over the years with the hope that things will get better getting fainter. The country’s infrastructure which should stimulate economic growth is in shambles and little is done to reverse the case.
Administrative Inefficiency One of Nigeria’s biggest problems is its lack of real leadership. Nigeria has barely managed to rule itself efficiently or achieve political stability since it gained independence 56 years ago. The Nigerian civil service has depreciated over time and now riddled with corruption and ineptitude. Due to tribalism and other bills,appointments into key positions all given to the Hausa/Fulani and Yoruba while Biafrans are denied but instead killed by the same Hausa/Fulani. Buhari who is a known Muslim jihadist is on the rampage again to killing of Biafrans because they are agitating for an independent Biafra nation (self-determination) as enshrined in law. Whenever a leader is guilty of the laws, he can't control his followers." I always say that "when things fall apart, the Centre of gravity cannot hold." "A 45-year-old man, Ganiyu Ogungbemi, has been arraigned before an Osogbo Magistrate Court for allegedly raping a 12-year-old girl (name withheld)." "On the 23rd of July, a man between the ages of the 40s mentioned as Dr Akin Baruwa, a lecturer in the Department of Accounting, UNILAG, who is also a chairman of one of the community development committees of Abesan Estate was reported to rape an admission seeker aged 18years." "A 17-year-old student, who lives with his pastor at Akinsola Street, Dopemu, a suburb of Lagos, who allegedly attempted to rape a two-year-old girl in a toilet, was on Wednesday 29th July hauled up before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court." "Olalekan Lasisi, a-32 year police corporal, attached to Ekiti State Police Command, allegedly raped and impregnates a 12-year-old JSS1 pupil, a virgin and an orphan Kemi Olawale (real names withheld)" A few days back, a 22-year-old man was reported to have raped a five-year-old girl in Lagos. Does this mean that the child's right act is not active or has been overruled in NIGERIA? This is because Nigeria has a leader who is a paedophile, who had refused to answer to a case of Halliburton scandal and account for the PTF fund under his watch when he was a Petroleum Minister. Therefore, Nigeria's current situation is in accordance to the will of God just as he has said through the mouth of his prophet Nnamdi Kanu. It is a manifestation of what God can do to restore the dignity of the oppressed especially his children which Biafrans are; God is at work, and he will see that his promise as said through the mouth of his prophet comes to pass. Nigeria is cursed for destruction, and it is underway. Behold the Republic of Biafra.

Ezekwereogu John
Editor Udeagha Obasi
For UmuChiukwu Writers
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