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■ 14, MAY 2020

Once again 30th May is around the corner, every year in the calendar of every genuine Biafran 30th May is a month of a sober reflection. It is a remarkable and unforgettable date in the history of Biafra as a nation, it is a date that the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and all genuine Biafrans globally set aside to remember all the Biafran fallen heroes and heroines.

Those that put their life on the battle line to ensure that we exist today, those that sacrificed everything sacrificed that Biafra as a nation may not be swept under the carpet like a nonentity, those that stood their ground and fought like men upon the absolute blockade from land air and sea.

Very often I hear some people asking questions like what is really moving these people? What is motivating the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) to continue doing what they are doing in pursuit of Biafra freedom from the damnable zoological republic (Nigeria)? Considering the number of souls that has been lost during the time of struggle so far, and also them knowing fully well what danger it poses to their lives.

If you are among the people asking such questions, I want to shock you by giving you this just three answers.

1.  Those that died fighting for this noble cause we are fighting for today, which is Biafra freedom, they are one of the greatest reason why we keep doing what we are doing till date. And never intend to stop until total freedom is achieved for them because it's only then that the souls of the likes of Okafor Chimaobi A.K.A (Waka Waka Waka Biafra) and rest of them will rest in peace.

2. We keep on fighting because that is the only option left for us in that abominable entity called Nigeria. No, any other option we are as good as dead corpse walking, the situation in which we find ourselves today in the zoo says it all, so that's what keeps us moving, that's what motivate us.

3. The death that you said agitating for Biafra freedom pose to our lives doesn't mean to us, please tell me how a dead man can be afraid of death? I don't understand it, I really need an explanation from you because if you are an IPOB member, you are automatically a dead person. I know it will be challenging for you to understand. Still, I know what am saying, if you have seen IPOB members in any protest or rally you will have a small clue of what am saying, because as the Boko Haram in Nigeria Army uniforms is shooting at the sight, you will see formidable Biafrans marching forward there is nothing like fear at all.

Before the emerge of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB there is no any specific date set aside for Biafran heroes and heroines to be remembered, those that died defending the mother or should I say it's not been done correctly. But since Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB emerge, it has been a whole different story, because Biafra heroes and heroines day has now been celebrated the way it should be celebrated, not just only in Biafra land but around the globe.

Come 30th May, we are going to demonstrate once again as always to the whole of the humanity how dear our fallen heroes and heroines are to our heart. It's an obligation which must be fulfilled every blessed 30th May no matter any circumstances.

1966 anti-Igbo pogrom we must remember.

October 1967 Ahaba (Asaba) massacre we must remember.

2nd December 2015 Onitsha Niger head bridge killings we must remember.

30th May 2016 Npkor Agu massacre we must remember.

9th February 2016 Aba national high school killings we must remember.

20th January 2017 Igweocha (Port Harcourt) killings we must remember.

14th September 2017 Afaraukwu Ibeku killings we must remember.

All the innocent Biafrans murdered in cold blood we must remember them.

Please don't forget to observe all the fasting and prayers which is kick-starting from 27th to end on the midnight of 29th,  try everything possible to read all the Psalms, we are also urged to sit-at-home on that very day, till then stay safe and sound wherever you are.

Elohim Chukwu Okike Abiama Puru ime ihe Nile will lead us through, this pestilence coronavirus we shall see the end it shall never see our end.

Isee! Isee!! Isee!!!

Remain Blessed Umunnem.

Edited/Published By Udeagha Obasi 
For  Umuchiukwu Writers 
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