By Emmanuel Kelechi Emma(Abia writer) 
Edited by Livingrich Ezeikpe 
In 1914, the British forcefully deceived us the Biafrans into becoming part of the creation called Nigeria. A country that consist of three different people, different cultures, different beliefs and different ways of living, regardless of what might happen later. 
Britain kept them together with power of the gun and striped them especially the Biafrans of their resources and changed their cultures. The question still remains, why all these wickedness? 

In Nigeria today even from the very day of its creation, there had been nothing good that has come out of Nigeria. Check the case of Roman Catholic Church, cardinal Arinze was due for pope but he was dropped, all because he is a Nigerian. 

The name Nigeria, permit me to say, is a curse because it was given by a harlot. 
They claimed to be friends of Africa but one man called Nnamdi Kanu exposed the height of their deceit and lies to the world. 

These are some of the reasons we must correct these mistakes by going back to our root. 
Ojukwu fought for Biafra. He did everything for Biafra to be free but when he died, he was buried with a Nigerian flag, which I am sure he is still not happy about. 
We have been killed and maimed, our women raped and disgraced because of the mistakes and selfishness of Britain. Biafrans only can redress this terrible situation, the onus is on them to save their great nation.  
We cannot let this opportunity presented by the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) and her leader Mazi Nnamdi KANU to correct this great mistake and injustice meted out to our people by the British slip by.

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    In the name Christianity and by every other applicable means, the British continually brainwash and rape our people. please, my people, emancipate yourselves from mental British slavery.

    Let's find out what is wrong in this British Dependent Education and embrace Our Biafran Indigenous Independent Education. Let's improve our indigenous Technology.

    All hail Biafra!