By Livingrich Ezeikpe and Chidiebere Kalu (Abia writers)
Edited by Livingrich Ezeikpe
It is clearly settled that Biafrans are determined to restore Biafra and are very committed to work it out.Every move of the Indigenous people of Biafra is suggesting a demand that Nigeria stay out of their way. Being more determined now than ever before to do anything humanly possible to restore Biafra, their action s denote a great resolve to undermine the difficulties they are encountering from and in Nigeria.

Apparently, Biafra is determined to withdraw her life and light from Nigeria.
The very life and light with which she has sustained Nigeria with over the years, are due to depart from Nigeria and it is important to make it clear that Nigeria's decision to keep Biafra cannot work.
Over the years the people of Biafra, have been lavishing their money maintaining and sustaining Nigeria without a single appreciation from Nigeria, instead all that Biafra gets from Nigeria are harassment, intimidation, humiliation, false accusations, undue arrest, incarceration, detention, killings et cetera.

Now the die is cast. Biafrans have taken the insult for too long. There is always an end to a man's patience. Biafra, has over exercised her patience and can no longer take any further dehumanization.
Clearly, Biafra's resolve to leave Nigeria has reached a point of no return and its obvious Nigeria can do nothing to stop Biafra restoration because trying to stop her restoration now is like attempting to stop the Sun from shining in its time.

May it also be pointed out here that speaking for or against Nnamdi Kanu and Biafra's quest does not make any difference.It is equally important to understand that the quest for the restoration of Biafra, is beyond the issue of Nigerian constitution and whatever law Nigerian government or its representative may be relying on. Whoever may be fighting very hard to make sure that Nigeria remains United in the reliance of whatever law may continue but the truth remains that the quest for the restoration of Biafra is at the point of no return.

The United Nations may do well to come to the aid of the Indigenous peoples of Biafra especially in ensuring that their freedom is granted them without further delay, a "stitch in time saves nine" goes a saying.

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