Just as one person pointed out, any person that goes to the equity of public discourse, must come with clean hands of objectivism and readiness of accommodating divergent views. If you rigidize your mindset, you have automatically set up that discourse on the part of fruitlessness.

Now, I don't need to tell those that are deliberately twisting terminologies that boycotting simply means withdrawing from participating.

Withdrawing from participating is an act, or statement of protest. That you are making a protest translates that you are making a definitive statement. When you make a definitive statement, those concerned know, and they know what to do. They also know what will follow when they fail to do that which they ought to do.
So much on that.

In the case of Biafra's SIT AT HOME ON 16TH OF FEBRUARY, 2019, it is to serve a dual purpose of repudiating the criminal electoral process of Nigeria, which every sincere person knows that the results are already ready, even before the elections. The second purpose of the SIT AT HOME ON 16TH OF FEBRUARY, 2019, is to tell the world that we are, by absenting from the criminal Nigeria electoral process, are voting for the Biafra freedom.

So how does the boycott affect the government? And I ask you, why are they worried that we are boycotting? For those who have been saying that we should go and vote out the monsters, please, was it 5% that brought them in? Or have you not heard about 5%, versus 97%?

Many people that are telling us the wonders of having Peter Obi as the VP, for which we must support one Fulani monster against another Fulani barbarian, is the post of VP superior to that of the president, which Jonathan occupied and could do absolutely nothing? What is the wonderful miracle the present VP is performing?

Has the criminal document, called constitution, which dictates the boundaries of all the British errand boys, who you call your representatives changed? The present errand boy only goes to the market to buy votes (which they told him is to share money for them). Are you aware that he cannot go beyond the point stipulated for him? Don't listen to whatever rhetoric any person will come to you with because they are only rehashing their old mischievous mercenary mercantilism.

Now, why do you think that the proposal to boycott is strangulating the government? It is simply because they know that your non-participation is a withdrawal of your consent which is the platform of their legitimacy. The moment you participate, you have given them authorization to fabricate any figures of their choice and impose on you. But if you refuse to participate, you have eroded the grounds upon which they can invent any dubious figures, and claim that you assented. This wipes away their legality, the Implication of which they very well know more than you can imagine.

I don't need to refer to Edo, Ekiti, and Osun again because you all witnessed the mayhem that took place there. I can only ask those that are saying that we should go and vote what they will do in view of the fact that they have used these three states to test the Mic. While preparing to tell me what they will do, let them tell me what they have done in the case of the CJN.

I cannot remember the answer I was given when I drew attention to the number of states and LGs in the Eastern Nigeria. This is to tell you the inferiority of your numbers, and how the system had been foundationally skewed against you. By this, I mean, those that are dreaming of electing pro Biafra reps, who will "go to push for Biafra" are far separated from reality.

Because your numbers are nowhere near theirs, you are virtually orphaned in all your proposals, which they will shoot down with dispatch, reckless abandon, and mischievous grin, as a conspiratorial mockery to you. Meanwhile, don't forget that whoever goes there is sworn to an oath of allegiance to Nigerian Constitution.
With all these inbuilt neutralizing mechanisms, your thought of pursuing your freedom is apparently a still born. Therefore, to totally withdraw that assent which you gave them in the first place, you reject their processes. One of the ways of rejecting their processes is through boycott.

When you boycott those things, which are your civil responsibilities, but which are not criminal for you to do, you have declared your disassociation from that government, which makes them usurpers, the Implication is that they are just as any other banditry and kidnapping gang, upon whose head must come the full weight of the law, which includes death for the perpetrators.

In the case of Biafra, our SIT AT HOME ON THE 16TH OF FEBRUARY, 2019, serves the purpose of registering our rejection of Nigeria, together with their brutal and illegal excesses. It is also our way of declaring our total support for Biafra freedom. If you are waiting for the conventional way, you may end up not getting anything done at all. 

When you are saying that people are being told to come out and die on 16.2.19, please how does STAYING INDOORS in YOUR OWN HOUSE translate to coming out to die? Did you come across the story of the PASSOVER in the Bible at all? Do you remember the outcome of the obedience to the instruction of Moses? Is staying in your own house any hard demand? Did you read about Naaman in 2nd Kings 5? Was he told to do any hard thing? When he did what he was told, did he not have unexpected, but outstanding result? What is the hard thing about staying indoors in your own house?

Are you waiting for me to tell you that as God sent Moses, so has he sent Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, and you will say that I have spoken blasphemy? Is there any single prediction (some may say prophecy) that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu gave that has not come to pass?

Just like somebody of you tried to trickishly imply, is there a single thing which our Supreme Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu said that was found out not to be the whole truth?

So, why are you waiting for rituals to be performed for you before you do the very simple thing like SITTING AT HOME ON 16TH OF FEBRUARY, 2019, to indicate your vote for Biafra freedom?

Please, for full-fledged and hardcore Biafrans, remember the Biafra referendum and election boycott evangelism days to keep them holy (the 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
For: Spot-on Media (Lagos Media)

Edited by:
Mazi Chukwudi Okeke
For: Spot-on Media (Lagos Media)

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Spot-on Media (Lagos Media)

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