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■ March 20, 2017
The Biafran kings emanated from all nooks and crannies of Biafra land together with their queens, to stand in solidarity with their son, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as he appears before Justice Binta Nyako of Federal High Court Abuja. It’s quite unfortunate that these noble men had been humiliated by the Nigerian government.
The Judge had restricted them entrance into the courtroom; this is religious bigotry, in the sense that Emir of Kano, or from any state of the North cannot be humiliated in such manner. No traditional ruler from the north can face such humiliation. Now it’s clear that Biafrans are no longer accepted in this contraption they called Nigeria. I hope our traditional rulers would learn from this?
This is an insult in the highest order. Tradition has greater authority than the government. No law can justify such act; courtroom denial is another means of injustice. Even though it should be so, traditional rulers do not deserve such ill-treatment. Men of honor who had spent hours on transit only to be humiliated by a mere judge. Where is one-Nigerian syndrome gotten? This should serve as a lesson to our royal fathers; this is the time they should put hands together to rescue their son.
It should be on a note that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is a noble prince; at such he was honored by his royal fathers who has dimmed it right to support their innocent son. Biafra is making waves, tremendously we are winning this war. Our royal fathers know and believe that a Hausa Prince cannot go through such intimidation. This is why they have to support Mazi Nnamdi Kanu; they should act like royal fathers.
Umuchiukwu Writers reporting live from Abuja.