■Author: Utiung Mathias
■ Twitter: @Umuchiukwu_writ
■ 15, May 2019
Many people have died trying to restore Biafra, They didn't die because they want to die or they deserve to die, Not at all, the died so that me and you will be alive today; Therefore, the only thing we that's still alive can do is to sit at home and mourn their death; Its an act of appreciation. Israel, only a few days ago observed the annual Jewish Holocaust memorial which has been running for 70yrs now.
In November 11th 2018, world leaders attended the Armistice Day Commemoration in Paris to remember those that fell in the first world war; The remembrance has been running for over 100yrs now. Even Britain that created Nigeria observe the same annual 11th minute of the 11th hour of the 11th month of the cenotaph in London every year. Let's not get it twisted, IPOB must remember their fallen heroes and heroines who paid the ultimate price for us to be alive today.
We know we live in the era of betrayal where all Ohanaeze and Igbo governors care about is their little competition to see who among them will win their coveted Best Fulani slave in South East and south-south award 2019, because mouthing nonsense against IPOB is considered as a lucrative business because it attracts the attention of Aso rock which often leads to financial reward.
Let's not also be distracted by all these inconsequential mushroom groups in the name Biafra/Igbo, Nigeria by day and Biafra at night, and all these unscrupulous individual and groups that can only rant all they like on pages of the newspaper; They don't represent nor speak for the people. We must show gratitude to all our fallen heroes by sitting at home on 30th May.

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