The  Nigeria Senate, on Wednesday 26th June, 2017 in its plenary, unanimously rejected the proposed Bill for the restructuring of the country. It is now crystal clear that the unfettered quest for Biafra restoration is penetrating all facets of the Nigerian state. As a result of the unstoppable clamor for Biafra freedom by multitude of the Biafran people, many 'One Nigerian' apologists, mostly their political gladiators, took solace in the word "Restructuring" without having in-depth meaning of what it entails. The problem with these politicians is that they have opposing and divergent views of the mantra -  Restructuring. Just recently, the APC party in Nigeria instituted a committee led by Nasir El-rufai, the incumbent governor of Kanuda State and gave them the mandate to formulate modalities as well as tender the meaning of Restructuring to Nigerians as they perceive it. It is laughable that a Nigerian party has taken the obligation of the executive government and the National Assembly, yet these bodies did not refute it or issue a press statement as a way of disassociating and discountenancing the so-called restructuring committee. No one would be blamed for addressing Nigeria as a rogue and failed State. Yes, it is as simple as that. The Nigerian Senate just nailed and buried Nigeria and her remaining carcass beyond redemption with the recent rejection of Restructuring, thereby vindicating Kanu and IPOB once again.

However, there are notable advocates of the Restructuring mantra such as Atiku Abubakar, former Vice President of Nigeria , Prof. Nnia Nwodo, the President-General  of Igbo socio-cultural group called Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Movement For the Survival of Ogoni People (MOSOP), Afenifere socio-cultural group from Oduduwa nation, and South East governors, amongst others. Shouldn't all these political terrorists now bury their heads in shame as the Senators have made them irrelevant to show they are no longer seen as anything? Shouldn't they apologise to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB for calling them unprinted names because they are demanding the breaking into pieces of the contrapted Nigerian State? Shouldn't these myopic politicians retrace their steps and begin to support IPOB in their unfettered quest for Biafra restoration? Shouldn't these unscrupulous Nigerian politicians, who are still living in self denial and deception by going round the social media singing the Restructuring slogan as if it was manufactured by their fathers, now embrace Biafra as the only solution to Nigeria's many problems? Restructuring is a trick to dissuade the raging inferno of Biafra restoration. And until they come to their senses to understanding that Nigeria, as she is, is irredeemable, then the masses will  see whether there are still ways to accord them respect.

Nigeria is a country where lies and propaganda hold sway. Nigeria is a contraption where the media outfits are bamboozled by the political class, compromised and prone to making the oppressors look like the victims while the oppressed look like the oppressor, through all the concocted and distorted stories they feed an average Nigerian. Nigeria is an enclave where the poor masses are used against themselves by the politicians and dumped thereafter. "Do we continue to wallow in abject poverty and misery for His grace to be sufficient for us"? It is high time people started using their heads to think instead of thinking through their anus.

The people have allowed the political terrorists called politicians to continually ride on their intelligence by recycling them in  power for various political offices; yet, no one has challenged the ugly situation until the emergence of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Some Nigerians are too daft to acknowledge the fact that it was Kanu and IPOB that gave them the just jettisoned restructuring voice today. Are some Nigerians  so gullible to even understand that they are living in an oppressive society, a feudal Nigerian state where there is discrimination between the upper class, middle class and the unfortunate lower class? It has become obligatory for the oppressive Nigerian State to be employing various degrees of life threatening strategies in her bid to distract and stop the unquenchable, massive Biafra movement championed by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

It is a shame on incumbent Hausa slaves in Biafraland who call themselves politicians not to see the hand writing on the wall and join forces with Kanu for the liberation of the entire Biafra population. Since these politicians are no longer representing us, is it not justifiable for us to stop voting them into political offices? It is an established fact that they are in those offices for their political future and personal aggrandizement thereby subjecting us (the masses) to abject poverty and penury. It behoves  the masses to end their misery themselves by not recycling these politicians,  hence the need to boycott elections on Biafraland,  pending the referendum. Undoubtedly, Nigeria is a country that is designed to keep the people in perpetual slavery and servitude.

Just in case you have forgotten the quote by the former Sultan of Sokoto, Sir Ahmadu Bello,  "The new Nation called Nigeria should be an estate of our great grandfather Uthman Dan Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent a change of power. We will use the minorities in the North as willing tools and the South as a conquered territory, and never allow them to rule over us and never allow them to have control over their future".

Parrot newspaper October 12 1960.
Recalled by Tribune, 13th November, 2002.

Is it not clear that restructuring cannot be possible, knowing fully well that Hausa/Fulani see Nigeria as their birthright and can never relinquish power unless though bloodshed? How can any Bill that is not fully supported by the Hausa dominated Senate be passed? Everything about Nigerian political appointments is lopsided; therefore, if you allow yourself to be deceived, then you are a nonentity and deserve not to be called a human. No wonder the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) under the able leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu considered restructuring as dead on arrival and insisted on referendum.

Now, it is clear that there is no hope to redeem Nigeria; however, wisdom demands that you swallow your pride, bury your shame and retrace your steps lest you consume yourself.

It is therefore pertinent to take the campaign for Biafra referendum and election boycott directives to all the nooks and crannies of Biafraland. It is Biafra referendum and election boycott now or never!

 - Hart Chikwado Chiemela 
   Abia Media Team 
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