Passover is a feast of Hebrews that marks the Exodus of the Israelites from the land of captivity Egypt to Canaan, the promised land as narrated in Exod. 1–15. This feast is a holiday commanded by the God of Biafra/Israel, Chukwu Okike Abiama to be observed by every Hebrew. According to the bible, the feast begins at sunset of the fourteenth of month Abib (Ex. 13: 4, 23: 15, 34: 18, Lev. 23: 5), which usually falls in late March or early April depending on the date of the new moon. After the Passover, the feast of unleavened bread is observed for seven days.
Hebrews are the chosen people of God. According to Dr. Njemanze, historical fact reveals that Biafrans are ancient Israelites. Today, due to grand conspiracy by the Caucasian race, they have carefully hidden the fact that Biafrans are the true Israelites. Instead Amalekites otherwise called the Israelis, those living in Israel today, are portrayed as Jews when facts show they are Karhzars from Eastern Europe. These people who claim to be Jews don't obey the laws, statutes, commandments, or feasts of Chukwu Okike Abiama nor descend from the lineage of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. They also do not know which tribe they belong to.
Israelites have been in captivity all through their history. They were taken as slaves in Egypt and served the Egyptians for 430 years. Under hard labor, they cried to Chukwu Okike Abiama who sent Moses to tell Pharaoh to let them go. On many visits, Pharaoh refused to let them go. Chukwu Okike Abiama had to plague the Egyptians many times to scourge them to release His people. God instructed that the blood of the lamb should be sprinkled on the door posts where Israelites dwelt so that the angel of death would see it and pass over those houses. On the tenth plague, which was the death of the first born, Pharoah was forced by divine power to let the Israelites go.
God commanded Moses to tell the people to prepare the Passover meal and eat it in haste because they were to leave Egypt that night. Chukwu Okike Abiama gave specific instructions how to prepare for the Passover. Every family was to get a lamb, unleaven bread, and bitter herb. Each of these has symolism to it. Leaven denotes sin. The people will have to remove every sin in their lives. The blood of the lamb will have to be sprinkled on the door and the meat has to be roasted. The lamb must not be cooked or boiled but roasted and eaten in haste because Israelites were the reason all the first born in Egypt were killed. Normally, the Egyptians would be mad and want to take revenge. This was why Israelites must not leave any leftover that might delay them. The bitter herb is to remind them that Chukwu Okike Abiama is the one that sustains them. Passover is to be observed once every year for eternity.
Israelites are to eat the Passover meal on the evening of Abib and the next day begins the feast of unleavened bread for seven days. No Israelite is required to work on the day of Passover. It is a holy day unto Yah. The people should do their normal duties during the seven days of the feast of unleavened bread.
The Passover for 2017 is on the 10-18th Of April. For Biafrans, the Passover is a very important part of our worship relationship with Chukwu Okike Abiama. God commanded Israel to observe these feasts yearly to remind them about Israel's deliverance from the hands of their enemies. Biafrans have lots of enemies who don't want them to be free. It becomes logical that Passover will be desired more than ever now that Biafrans are seeking to break free from these enemies who want them dead. Observing Passover will help Biafrans remember how God delivered their fore fathers and helped them have confidence that Chukwu Okike Abiama will deliver them from their modern day enemies.
As this feast is fast approaching, Biafrans/Israelites are encouraged everywhere to prepare and make this year's Passover a memorable one so they shall tell the stories of their deliverance to the generations to come. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of Indigenous people of Biafra, IPOB has already prophesied that Biafra restoration is the last miracle. Biafrans are looking forward to Chukwu Okike Abiama to perform the same miracles of old in their time as they prepare for their deliverance. We ask Chukwu Okike Abiama, the God of Biafra to deliver His children so that all praises will be to His holy name, Isee, isee, isee.
Written by Amaka Nwanegbo.