The Last Sigh Of A Dying Man

■ Author: Chiukwubuike Anagboso
■ Twitter: @Umuchiukwu_writ
■ 22, Dec. 2018

The world must come to the fact that anything made by man always has a limited period it will last, and so is a man's life on earth; for this is a fact of life. When it comes to the production of goods or commodities, the producer also gives the expiry date of the product; which is a satisfactorily checked period of lasting in order to avoid causing damage to the consumers.

The British government that formed the product called Nigeria has not even realized that it's a grievous crime against heaven and earth to keep mute on the issues of crisis upon crisis which the people in the contraption called Nigeria are experiencing up until today. There is violence everywhere, people being killed every moment of the day, hunger and poverty escalating, child abuse, human trafficking, rape and sexual harassment on its increase, especially by the armed forces, lands being forcefully taken from the owners with brutality and impunity by the marauding Hausa-Fulani militia group (which is now in two subgroups namely, Boko Haram and Fulani herdsmen). There is a maximum loss of life through so many ways as people suffer anguish, frustration, pains, intimidation, injustice, unlawful incarceration, hunger, poverty, unemployment, insecurity e.t.c.

However, it is high time the wise and right-thinking people all around the different parts of the world to ask the British government to tell them the expiry date of their product. Do you have to ask them "What is the duration you assigned for Nigeria to exist from the day it was created? Then, if they are sincere to themselves, they would kindly present the document bearing the write-up of the creator of the contraption called Nigeria(i.e, Frederic Lugard).

Meanwhile, the duration day assigned for total dismemberment of Nigeria has long elapsed, yet the manufacturer/producer of this damnable, useless product called Nigeria hasn't come open to say "look, the product has expired ". They allowed people to continue using it, knowing full well how harmful and unstylish it is; Just as harmful as an expired good or commodity is to the consumers, so it is in the case of Nigeria which was created out of profit-wise of Britain.

Moreover, just as every man-made product or artificially formed item expires after their duration, and begins to show signs of decay through taste and certain natural change in texture, so is Nigeria completely and clearly showing its dead, decaying and worthlessness to the world.

Therefore, it will be in the best interest of the world, especially the leaders, to support the freedom of enslaved indigenous populace, and stand firm to question the British government who formed the wicked contraption on why Nigeria should continue to exist, when it is obvious that Nigeria is like a dying man taking its last sigh; as we notice uproar from all sides and in all angles -like in the security aspect which is recording a very abruptly low performance without hope of making positive impact (as uncountable number of soldiers are being killed steadily by Boko Haram), and in the aspect of economy where the massively populated regions used in forming the contraption called Nigeria are suffering hardship, unemployment, suffocation, starvation, e.t.c. caused by the entrepreneur(British) and the distributors/Middlemen(Nigeria government controlled by Hausa-Fulani oligarchy). Even also in the aspect of governance of the long-expired product called Nigeria, there is so much disdain as political crisis is now the order of the day. The contraption called Nigeria is in a political quagmire or brouhaha.

The center can no longer hold, as the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra(IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has made bold to clear the world of the level of corruption going on in Nigeria, and why Nigeria shouldn't continue existing; as he revealed how the caretakers(cabals who are of Hausa-Fulani extraction) used a foreign national(Aminu Jubril Al-sudani) from Sudan to replace the late President Muhammadu Buhari, using him to defraud the people in that region of Africa, thereby committing impersonation.

It is in this regard that I have come to realize that as a dying man takes the last sigh of his life, so is Nigeria taking the last moment of its existence, and must be allowed to lay to rest.

Edited By Aguocha Chinwendum
Published By Nwaiwu Chiukwuebuka
For Umuchiukwu Writers.
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