By Eugene Ikemagwuna
For Biafra Choice Writers
Biafrans have recorded another breakthrough in their Biafra restoration effort. It was in Spain on November 11, 2016, where Uche Asiegbu, Head of Directorate of State of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) secured the release of five Biafrans that were sentenced to be deported to the zoo (Nigeria).
Asiegbu took the challenge and approached the Vitoria Spain Police, at the Basque Region of Spain. After explaining to the Police Chief about the oppression of Biafrans, and how the current pedophile president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, has been persecuting and oppressing Biafrans, the Police Chief cancelled the deportation order.
Interestingly, while discussions were going on, the Basque Police Chief explained that he was well aware of the Biafran issue, as well as Northern Nigeria-peoples’ attempt to exterminate Biafrans and take over their land. He informed Asiegbu and other Biafrans at the meeting that he would not add to the predicament of Biafrans, which had been on since 1967. He expressed the view that Biafrans have gone through a lot of persecution, exploitation and death that everything should be done to protect them.
After the meeting, five Biafrans whose deportation orders had already been signed and sealed were saved. The five Biafrans have already joined the family in Spain, who expressed fear of what would have happened to them if they were deported to Abuja, the zoo (Nigeria) capital.
Interestingly, while all these were going on, and Buhari and his evil government are working extra hard to afflict Biafrans, some Biafrans are chasing shadows. Yes, while serious Biafrans are struggling with their Biafra restoration efforts, some others (their fare-whether contemporaries) known in local parlance as “efulefu”, are busy wasting time on side and mundane issues.
That is why they are busy debating on who was a better Igbo leader between Nnamdi Kanu and Nnamdi Azikiwe (Zik); as well as Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu. Talk about a confused lot, you will find them plenty in Igboland.