It is time for Biafrans in Nigeria (North and West) to return home and stop being killed and molested by the blood suckers of Hausa/Fulani Jihadist Boko Haram, whose aims are nothing but to kill and destroy. Indeed, there is no place like home, on 20th of March, 2017, Our director quoted lots from Wilson's philosopher saying: "What makes you a human is the ability to reason', 'But here in the Nigeria people do not reason”.  He added. Biafrans! when did we became morons that we can not reason anymore, what has really gone wrong in our thinking faculty, could it be much accumulation of wealth and materialism? 

It is very disheartening the rate Biafrans are being massacred and molested by the Hausa/Fulani Boko Haram Jihadist in the Northern Nigeria and Biafra land as ordered and sponsored by Nigeria government with their foreign allies, yet many of our people refused coming back home even when they have issued a quit notice to leave their region from June, 2017 till October 1st, 2017 else they will take action against Biafrans which will result in massive bloodbath. Could it be that you derive joy in the mayhem they unleash on Biafrans that many has refused to come back home, or do you think the so called foolish Igbo leaders and Abuja based politicians will come to your rescue when it will commence? You must be joking if that is what you think. For many years back, we have been decimated, killed, raped, some of our mothers has been killed with pregnancy, little children slaughtered, burnt alive, our property destroyed and many more, it is unfortunate that some want history to repeat itself.

Recall that Biafrans in Jos on 22 June, 1945 were killed in their hundreds and their property as well as businesses worth billions destroyed for no just reason, and not even a single person was apprehended or charged to court as a result of it even when the identity of the perpetrators was not hidden, this is a total clampdown on Biafrans fundamental human right by Nigeria government in disguise of Hausa/Fulani with the aid of their foreign allies.

We can not forget in a hurry the killing of Biafrans which took place between 1993 – 1998 in the northern Nigeria because of Moshood Abiola, the winner of June 12 general elections. Many Biafrans were also massacred when Abacha and Abiola died between June 8th and July 7th, 1998. Moreso, in 2001, the Islamic Sharia law was implemented in Northern states of Nigeria and a particular incident protracted till 2002 and not less than 1,000 Biafrans were killed as a result of the riot. Among those murdered were parents of Victor Moses (Austin and Josephine Moses), current member of Nigeria’s national soccer team that won the continental trophy in 2013. 

Do you still remember The APO-SIX killings which occurred in June 7th, 2005 in which the Nigeria Police Force extra-judicially killed six young Biafrans (Ekene Isaac Mgbe, Ifeanyi Ozor, Chinedu Meniru, Paulinus Ogbonna, Anthony and Augustina Arebu) in Apo-Abuja. Are they demented not to remember the killings of Biafrans On 18th of February, 2006 in Maiduguri and in almost all the northern states of Nigeria? The Muslims protesting over the publication of the cartoon of Prophet Muhammad by a Danish newspaper killed more than 100 Biafrans. The Muslims attacked Christians and burned churches in the deadliest confrontation yet in the whirlwind of Muslim anger over the drawings. Have we so soon forgotten Muslims and Christians crises of March 2006 to July 2007, in which hundreds of Biafrans were killed in almost all the northern states of Nigeria especially in Jos?

On 24th April, 2011, more than 1,000 Biafrans were killed in post-election violence in Nigeria and among those killed were Obinna Okpokiri, who returned from London to serve Nigeria under National Youth Service Coup (NYSC) and was posted to Bauchi State, and Eucharia Remmy a graduate from the University of Nigeria in 2010, serving in Damaturu, Yobe State. Muslim youths launched a protests in northern towns and cities after President Goodluck Jonathan, a Christian from Biafra, was declared the winner of the 16 April general election, defeating northern a Muslim, Muhammadu Buhari who was a former military head of state in Nigeria.

On September 25, 2011, five Igbo traders were shot dead at Madala Market, outskirts of Abuja on Thursday Night between 7-8pm. According to the report, the gunmen stormed the Madala market and made straight to a shop believed to be that of some Igbo traders and ordered them to recite the Holy Quran which they could not do. Then the  gunmen who were not satisfied with the development opened fire on the five people at a close range leaving them dead immediately. The five victims were later identified as John Kalu, Oliver Ezemah, Uche Nguweze, Sunday Emmanuel. The fifth casualty is yet to be identified. 

Should we talk about the illegal killings of the Indigenous People Of Biafra and other Biafrans by the Nigeria security operatives who were agitating for the restoration of the sovereign state of Biafra under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, at Onitsha brigdehead in 2015, those killed in Nkpor Anambra state on May 30th, 2016 or the massive killings of Biafrans at Igweocha on January 20th, 2017 and many more all in a peaceful demonstration for the freedom of self determination that the United Nations law and other international laws supported?

This is  to mention but a few what Biafrans has being passing through in the hands of Hausa/Fulani but we have the privilege to thwart it and go back to our nation Biafra, but many are taking it for granted, this is the time to return home and take back your nation and never mind the so called Igbo leaders and the Abuja based hungry politicians who are looking for public fund to embezzle. Never listen to them because they can not help you when the time comes, a stitch in time saves nine, do not fall a prey to this blood suckers. 

With one mind let’s recite and reflect on this poem by Dr. Ram Mehta.

Home is not merely made of four walls
Home is not merely made of roof and room
Home is where the love and affection calls
And the home is where the heart can blooms.

What is needs is something to endear it
Where formally there’s no one to welcome us
But where is only kind lips to cheer it
And where there is someone to love us.

Home can never be quiet, polished and neat 
But where tiny smudges of fingers small on walls
Tell the stories of far more sweet
And strewn toys, tell of kids’ play and calls

We may roam places on the earth
But home, sweet home is the place of mirth.  
Oh Biafrans come back home!

All hail Biafra!

- Obulose Chidiebere
  For City Media.
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