|Kanu, Biafra hero coming to court on the day|
For Biafra Choice Writers
Nigeria’s illiterate President, Muhammadu Buhari, is suddenly learning that he did not arrest one inconsequential son of an inconsequential people when he arrested Nnamdi Kanu, who is leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), and Director of Radio Biafra and Biafra Television.
The Biafran leader was abducted by the terrorist Nigerian ruler, almost two years ago. Like Nigerian wicked rulers had done over the years, Buhari’s intention was to intimidate Kanu and his Biafra people; to dissuade them from continuing with their struggle for the restoration of the Sovereign State of Biafra.
But things had turned out differently; it did not work out as he planned it with his fellow leaders of the accursed country called Nigeria (the zoo). Indeed, what they are seeing now is confounding them, especially today, Thursday, April 6, as Biafrans storm the court premises in Abuja.
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Within the vicinity of the court, where Kanu and his colleagues appeared, Biafrans were in huge celebration with Biafran colours and chants, to confound Buhari’s henchmen in Nigerian government.
Different segment of Biafra population trooped out to show solidarity with their illustrious sons who have, by their actions and words, showed to the world the useless entity called Nigeria. Even “efulefu” Igbo-Biafrans like Charles Oputa (Chalie Boy), who once ranted nonsense about Biafra because he was hoping to be bribed by Nigerian government, made U-turn, and came out to support the Biafra struggle. Biafra women were well represented, and you know that once Biafra women appear in any struggle, victory is sure. Also youths, the old, and the prominent were there.
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Johnson Okoroigwe, a Biafran who spoke with Biafra Choice Writers, said Biafrans were still warming up and that by the time the next court session comes up, that the crowd of Nnamdi Kanu's supporters would quadruple.
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