The conduct, and even the disposition of some people has portrayed them as being upset or even angry whenever Biafra or Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is mentioned. 

For those who get mad at the mention of Biafra, I guess that...

You are enjoying your child being compelled to score 160/200, before he/she can be admitted into the so-called unity schools, while his/her classmate that sits on the same bench in the same class, needs just to score only 2/200 to get the same admission. 

You are enjoying your brother, cousin or nephew, graduating with 2/1, or even 2/2, and coming to beg you to come and surety him in the hand of Keke or shuttle bus dealer, so that he can have one on Hire-Purchase, while his counterpart, who did not even clear o level, and may have been thrown out of the University or Poly, with an ordinary pass, or even less, is made a Director, Perm Secretary or any other category of senior Staff, in one Federal Ministry, establishment, or the other.

It is my guess that you are equally very happy that your daughter, niece, sister, or cousin, who read accounting, probably up to Masters, and probably again with ACA, or more, is commissioned as an official prostitute in the bank, or any of such institutions, as a contract staff, with unthinkable, unimaginable, unrealistic, and unrealizable targets. Or, after spending through your nose for her education, she will end up in one of the shops as a sales girl (they may call her any high-sounding name, but the bottom line is that she is a sales girl), on a very meagre salary. 

You are happy that every traditional ruler from the Sahara Desert has at least one Oil well, but there is none for any single eze in the coastal or upland part of Biafra, where the devastating effects of the oil exploration activities are felt.

You are very happy that before you join the Army, customs, Police, Navy, Airforce, or any other Military or paramilitary establishment, you have to be enrolled with only your school certificate (though you may have finished your masters), so that you can't go beyond certain level. Or, you are subjected to the humiliation and dehumanizing psychological torment of changing your name to one Almajiri name or the other.

Or can you sincerely tell me one person that you know, who recently joined any of these establishments, and then, tell us the person's story.

You are enjoying traveling to Abuja or Lagos, to board overseas flight, in the process of which countless number of people have died, either at departure or arrival, instead of Port Harcourt (Igweocha), Owerri, Warri, Asaba, Enugu or Calabar.

I suppose it gives you great pleasure to go to Lagos or Abuja to process your visa, right? 

You are probably enjoying seeing all those felled containers that litter the roads in their tortuous journey from Lagos to the East, instead of just a few kilometres from Koko, Onne, Calabar, PH, Ogụta, Warri, Sapele, or even Onitsha. 

It gladdens your heart when you see our mothers weeping and lamenting because of their crops that are due for harvest that have been eaten up, or destroyed by cows.

It probably gives you great joy to hear about the rape, abduction, or even killing of our youths, Girls, Mothers, Fathers, and the Elderly, in their farms, or on the way to/from their farms.

I am sure that you are enjoying the importation and imposition of an impostor from Sudan upon you, to ensure that the status quo remains.

I hope that it is a great news for you that homes should be invaded in the middle of the night, for kidnap or assassination, for delivering the just judgement.

Now, as we write, you are happy that the CJN, is under intimidation, torture, blackmail, and torment, just because of where he hails from.

What shall I tell you concerning all other areas of Torments, Trauma, Nightmare, and Genocide, which you face every day? 

I guess it is the "terroristic Biafra advocates" that are doing all these, and you have relocated to the moon.

For the noble and patriotic Biafrans, remember the Biafra Referendum and Election Boycott Evangelism Days to keep them holy (11th commandment). 

God bless Ikemba Nnewi, Odumegwu Ojukwu.
God bless Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
God bless Biafra and Biafrans.

Come quickly Oh Biafra!


Written by:
Okwunna Okongwu
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Edited by:
Ngozichukwu Ada-Dav
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