Author: Ugochinyere Onyechere
Date: 7th April 2017
I overheard him to make this statement; I couldn’t help it after going through this experience. This got me so nervous because I wasn’t myself. Master Ndubueze Johnson died at the tender age of seventeen; have you bothered to know why he died? Presumptuously people might think he’s become a waste to his family. It’s been months since he’s demise, but I must confess that his memory isn’t going out of sight. Each day I am always called backward to his death. This feeling couldn’t disappear because we still owe him something unaccomplished. This feeling couldn’t stop coming, especially now that saboteurs have erupted every here and there amongst the fold of IPOB. Going through this alone is something dangerous because just four out of hundred have been found. Where are the rest? All these while, we were in shallows of ignorance; now it has begun to dawn on me that Biafra is the only shield for mankind. My questions to all the members of Indigenous people Of Biafra are; what have our fallen heroes died for? Are we planning towards reaching their expectations?
I felt so battered in heart, this picture keeps surfacing. I have been battling with lots of unexplainable thoughts lately. This is in conjunction with the recent trend in the family. Of course, there must be misunderstandings in every family, but the magnitude of maturity confers the ability to understand and deal with anything done to you outside your own favor. Some people had taken this struggle as a permanent office; some had thought they will remain in any position they have found themselves forever. Is this not the format of the politicians? Now, who told you that Biafran struggle is political? If I am not mistaking, I overheard the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu twice or thrice, saying that Biafra is not a political point. He made it known that no position is permanent, ones you are caught in any act of insubordination, you must be out. But today, reverse have become the case. One thing that I mustn't fail to instigate is the fact that Biafra is an ideology that can not be defeated by any human born of woman.
If the leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu could say that himself cannot stop the emergence of Biafra, I don’t think there is anyone who can concede such authority. The Biafran struggle has gone beyond the stoppage of any man; therefore, we must stand up and be counted. It’s obvious that some trusted officers in this struggle have compromised, but did you remember the voice of the prophet once echoed that we are the ones to betray him. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu prophesied this many times, he cried out in grieve because he did not only think so, he knew so; today we have it happening. Those he trusted have stabbed him in the back. We all must accept this fact; not all who are working so relentlessly will make it at the end. This phrase was derived from the recent happenings I am perceiving lately. Even in the bible, Judas couldn’t have normally betrayed Yahshua; but the lot fell on him. Do you know it wasn’t his real intention to betray his master? But of course the words of the prophet must surface, that was why it happened. I believed Judas would be contemplating in his heart, how, what, when, where and why could he possibly do that?
Today, the same is happening. Like I said before, the words of the master must be accomplished; this is why it’s happening. The prophet said it’s only hundred righteous people that would restore this sovereign nation. The most important thing is to be a vessel, and being a vessel, righteousness should be the watchword. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is alive today; not because he is so strong, but because he’s whiter than white and whiter than snow. He is alive because he committed no crime, and this the reason the Nigerian government took it so skeptical to make sure that he’s being convicted. I am sorely sure that by now, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu would have been dead if he had stolen someone’s wealth. Many accusers would have risen up if he had been involved in people’s misfortunes. So, why won’t we succumb to his footsteps? These saboteurs should ever think backward, they should remember people like Okoli Johnson before thinking of sabotaging this struggle. They should remember those who cried and pleaded we should make sure Biafra is restored even at the point of death.
Those who have paid the ultimate price; they should be remembered. Remember, they won’t be here again, but the only rest and happiness they could get are seeing Biafra restored. Many have died, many are yet to die. Why must we be a tool in the hands of Hausa-Fulani? Why must we be used by the hypocritical Yorubas? Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been on the war front; he hasn’t, and wouldn’t relent. He has sacrificed his comfort and happiness for both his enemies and his loved ones, yet we see it so difficult to sacrifice the little we could. Biafrans shouldn’t see it as an insult, but I must tell you that I’m personally deranged. I could possible say that am not impressed towards our capability to prove the world wrong. But who am I to oppose the will of Chiukwu-Okike-Abiama? If there is something I could wish for, that is to be among those marked out for this struggle. Even though a hundred men have been selected outside me, let me make it a hundred and one.
This is the prayers of every hardcore Biafran; this is what we should be working after. The spirit of those killed will not cease to cry; they had always wept; their tears have flown like the ocean. They need nothing from us, but peace, they need nothing but rest. Where could these elements be found? Only but in Biafra. This is the reason we must fight to restore Biafra. We must support our God-sent, to make this a reality. This is the only remedy to our unprofounded killings and marginalization. The worst thing that could befall us, is forgetting the dead, forsaking their efforts. Chiukwu-Okike-Abiama will never forgive us. Arise Biafrans! This is the time to restore our motherland. Do not be deceived, refuse distraction, for in Biafra lies every good moments and peace we sought.
All Hail Biafra,
All Hail Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
Publisher: Prince Richmond C. Amadi