Kanu in court today

By Tim Tochukwu
For Biafra Choice Writers

Nigerians did not know what hit them this morning of Monday, March 20, 2017, when they see Biafrans fill the streets around the Zoo (Nigeria) Federal High Court area in Abuja, the Zoo (Nigeria’s) capital.
The abduction of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) which Muhammadu Buhari orchestrated, thinking that it would quieten the quest for Biafra, has boomeranged. Ordinary Nigerians are confounded, and the people in government in Nigeria are in shock.
Before today, nobody dared not make mention of Biafra in public; but today they see Biafra flags, Biafra T-shirts, Biafra solidarity songs being sang in Abuja, and there is nothing they can do about it. Worst for the Nigerians, Biafra National Anthem and its solidarity Anthem has been played from time to time. Not only that Biafrans of all walks of life; of all status in life; and of all ages are represented in the streets and in the court, but also foreigners.
Thousands are on the streets singing and dancing, and Nigerians are in shock. Inside the courtroom, Nigeria leadership is playing its last cards and failing. Binta Nyako, the presiding judge has called all the charges, but has refused to call the major case, which is the one between Biafra and Nigeria.
Painfully for Nigerians, and in spite of what they are doing, they know that the fraud called Nigeria is crumbling on all sides.

 (More reports coming).
Elders and Chiefs
Biafrans in Abuja street
Biafrans dancing and celebrating in Abuja street
Biafrans dancing continue

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