■ Author:  Okwunna Okongwu 
■ Twitter: @Umuchiukwu_writ
■ May 25, 2018

As our fathers, mothers, friends, brothers, sisters, uncles, schoolmates, classmates, masters, apprentices, teachers, team members, kinsmen, etc, rose up to defend our nation so as to preserve the lives of the Biafrans of that generation, the Biafrans of this generation, and the Biafrans of many generations to come. When we cast our mind on some of the gruesome circumstances under these gallant and noble Biafrans died, we find it difficult to drive back the tears, even over fifty years after. As the bombs of the murderous British government, (represented by Harold Wilson) were falling like a torrential rain upon Biafra and Biafrans, there was no option left for Biafrans than to take the bull by the horn. It was this taking the bull by the horn that makes the recalling of the circumstances of the death of these our heroes and heroines almost unbearable, though reassuring. Because what was generally regarded as a Nigerian Civil War was actually a British genocide, which Britain executed, using the cover of terroristic Nigeria, it was really no-match combat. We contended against the British intelligence services, armed forces, economic (though exploitative and confiscated) might, diplomatic arsenal, and international together with all their allies. But in spite of all these, our fore parents stood to ensure that we were never erased from the surface of the earth. Because of the national workshop which the whole of the Biafra nation became, there was no idle moment. Some of them died trying to provide food for our R&D, which by its inventions, stunned the world.
Some died trying to provide food for the soldiers, who had to be grouped in threes and fours, and given one gun and probably two bullets, to confront and combat the ferocious enemies like Harold Wilson's Britain and their terroristic allies.
Some died trying to provide food for our patriotic doctors, nurses and other medical personnel, who in the face of the barrage of shelling, never considered their lives important, thereby giving second to none attention to our various categories of citizens caught by the murderers' and genocidal bullets.
Some of them were equally caught down trying to provide food for the rested soldiers and other essential service providers that had been disabled due to many possible reasons, who had been compulsorily assigned to them to take care of, as their own contribution to the survival efforts. And all these ones died, using themselves as a shield for us, so that we might live, so that we might not be erased from the surface of the earth, so that our posterity can be preserved, so that there can still be those to answer Biafrans, so that those who were billed to be an amazement to the world could be preserved, so that those who would be billionaires with the punitive £20 could be preserved. Of course, in recent years, many have also laid their lives on the line, saying that this captivity, this bondage, this subjugation, this strangulation, this dehumanisation, this slow corporate death must stop.
Some of them have departed, some are still with us, (though some are languishing in various hospitals and jails. These are all our heroes and heroines. On the 30th of May, we are going to appreciate and honour these extraordinary humans. We are going to SIT AT HOME ON 30TH OF MAY. This exercise is not just to honour our heroes and heroines. It is also a reaffirmation of determination to ensure the discontinuation of the satanic British occupation and blockade of our homeland, Biafra, through their proxy, the terroristic, parasitic, sadistic, tyrannical, genocidal, exploitative, and anarchical Nigeria. This SIT AT HOME ON 30TH OF MAY is a sacred duty, from which no Biafran should be exempted. Ensure your whole family is involved.
God bless Ikemba Nnewi, Ojukwu. God bless Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. God bless Biafra.
Come quickly Oh Biafra! All hail Mazi Nnamdi. All hail Biafra.
#EndNigeriaNow #BoycottEveryNigeriaElection #SitAtHomeOn30thMay #BiafraReferendumNow

Edited/Published By Udeagha Obasi
For Umuchiuwkwu Writers
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