May 14 2020 | The Biafra Telegraph

When one NKEM IBEGBULEM, (a supposedly Igbo man) in a response, queried whether being Igbo is by force.

Of course, it has never been by force. Our duty and responsibility, which we have been painstakingly living up to, is to present the facts before the whole world, and particularly those concerned.

When we do, we leave them with the option of making their choices. That is why we call it evangelism.

In most cases, those with Biafran blood, who may just have been suffering from the wickedness of divide and rule, by reason of having facts distorted and twisted for them, usually regain their consciousness, and align.

The type that usually give themselves much problem are those who can be bearing Biafran names, like Ngọzi, Ifeanyi, Chinedu Chinwendu, Olisa or Ibegbunam, but are tainted with Almajiri blood.

Such ones were born while their mums chased Abuja contracts, or while they were doing northern business, or while "the parents" were living in the north. For those whose "parents" were living in the north, the usual thing was that the man, being a long-distance lorry driver, was always away for two, three, four, six or even seven months away from home. In this case, that "kind hearted" Alhaji, always came around "to take care of them" (If you haven't gotten it, query your mum about your paternity Ha ha ha).

In any of the above cases, you see that the mum is a Biafran, but the paternity is traceable to the leprous Almajiri, who are fond of forceful or voluntary raping.

When you encounter such ones, that are the products of this type of hybrid, they are more venomous towards Biafranism than the ordinary Almajiri because it appears that the mixture of the Biafran blood usually makes them combustible whenever anything Igbo or Biafra is mentioned to their hearing.

So, we don't get offended when we meet such ones because we have encountered thousands of their likes, and through the grace of Chukwu Okike Abiama, we have recovered many of them. The recalcitrant few that remain have not been entirely written off.



Biafra has come!

Written by:
Mazi Okongwu Okwunna
For: Lagos State Media

Edited by:
Ngozichukwu Ada-Dav
For: Lagos State Media

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Lagos State Media

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