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It was my phone ringing that very morning, it was Chinonso my Co activist. I could hear his voice from the other side of the phone crying. I felt his pain, his agony, and his heart broken speeches were like strings pierced into my bone marrows. I could not resist the tears that were already floating down my cheek. I allowed it flow freely because my heart was bleeding even though I do not know the reason why the caller was crying.

Inside me, I knew that something was fishy. I managed to ask him, "Comrade what happened"? Ada, I'm solely battered. My heart is bleeding, I had a terrible dream where our leader Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was confirmed dead. Ugo, are you still convinced that our leader is safe in the hands of the Nigerian military? Ugo, I am afraid, I saw it clearly. He managed to reply.

I dropped the phone and the first scene that appeared was the gory event of 10th through 14th September 2017 which dawned the unknown location of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu till date.

Only then, my mind was caught at the center of an ocean of sorrow; goosebumps took over my whole self from the Crown of my head down to my toes as a result of flashback I had about that very event of 14th September.

Well, my considerations began with the summary truth that my leader might be no more. This fact is prudently true since his whereabouts have not been known.

It began to dawn on me that Nnamdi Kanu is no more because people had earlier seen him at different locations which include Ghana, Malaysia, UK, the creeks etc. I also considered the truthfulness of such rumors; but at a time, did not see such as a rumor but a far-fetched truth. Then again, I believed in the existence of ghost.

Absolutely, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu 's ghost has been appearing in different locations. Consequently, he might not be living. Where have they (Nigerian government cum military) buried or discard his remains?

"We hold our heads high, despite the prize we have paid because freedom is priceless."
--Lech Walesa

At this juncture, my fear became clear. Then his voice came to me once again and quotes "remain fearless even in the sights of your enemies". This is not about my enemies, it is about my hero, the only voice that remains tremendous and shakes off all the evil minds in the contraption called Nigeria,  the man that says the truth not minding if it hurts.

What if this is true that he's no more? Definitely, Biafra restoration has once again stuck. His kind will emerge in the next Jubilee. Before then, I'll become a grandmother if life is granted. What has become the fate of Biafrans?

My fear resonates in the possibility of getting our dreamed Biafra without Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. This is no doubt difficult like when you try putting the horn of a cow through a needle hole. It is a clear fact that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been mandated to lead us into the promised land.

In this case, what are the reactions of our elders? Nnamdi Kanu is just like the only eye left for Ndi Igbo and Biafrans at large; the political class has failed us. Perhaps most people do not value this eye until it gets dark and they realized that the eye has gone blind.

Nevertheless, we demand to know the whereabouts of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu; and this responsibility is shouldered on the five governors in South East, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Nigerian military operatives, Orji Uzor Kalu who was the first to spot Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in Malaysia,  Governor Okezie Ikpeazu the chief host of operation Python Dance 2 and finally the British government who has refused to protect their citizen.

Failure to provide Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will be tantamount to the creation of monstrous awkwardness. It should be on a note that Biafrans have been hungry for the voice of their leader and they must be replied on time before they lose patience. In other words, Nigeria government should provide Nnamdi Kanu or face an impending doom that will befall them.

 Publisher: Prince Richmond C. Amadi
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