June 30 2020 | The Biafra Telegraph

As the quest for the restoration of the sovereignty of Biafra nation continues to gain momentums all over the globe. The Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is not relenting in the quest for the emancipation of her people from bondage in the hands of the murderous government of Nigeria and her foreign aliens.

Many Schools of thought has gone mad on social media platforms accusing the leader of IPOB, Citizen Mazi Nnamdi Kanu of insulting Igbo elders. Their daily ranting is becoming obvious and their ignorance if not tackled will become a norm. We have to address these issues logically. Do we even have elders who are bold enough to confront the Fulani caliphate? Elders Who believes in fairness, justice, equity and freedom. Do we have elders who stands for uprightness? Do we have elders who can boldly tell the Eastern governors that their stupidity over the killings by Fulani terrorist Herdsmen is enough?  Do we have elders who are outspoken?

In fact, where are the elders when Mrs. Chioma was abducted in Anambra State recently by the Jihadist Fulani terrorist Herdsmen? Have they condemned her abduction? There have been numerous killings by the Fulani terrorist Herdsmen in Eastern region known as Biafraland and the alleged elders are nowhere to be found. Elders who can’t call evil by its name shouldn’t be regarded as elders. Elders who are quick to proscribe IPOB activists terrorist agitating for sovereign state of theirs shouldn’t be regarded as elders. Elders who are silent when their children are been abducted and murdered on daily basis shouldn’t be regarded as elders but puppets.


As long as Biafra quest is concerned, we don’t have brave elders anymore. We don’t have elders that we use to have when the British invaded our land and tried to snatched it away from them. Those elders stood their ground to fight the British armies to a standstill. Elders with honour, not today elders who are more interested in the crumbs that falls off from their master’s table. Elders who will proscribe those exercising for Self-determination terrorist are not elders but puppets.

The leader of IPOB is right in calling those stomach infrastructural old fools in Abuja collecting money to sell off their generations as criminals. There is a saying that respect is a reciprocal. If the elders can’t respect themselves, then the children shouldn’t respect them either. A traitor cannot be regarded as elders, they should be stoned to death because they are a threat to our existence as a people. Elders without Honour, Ohanaeze Apex social cultural morons are Fulani Caliphate errand stooge. If they can’t stand for the people when they are been oppressed on daily basis, then they are part of the problem and shouldn’t be taken seriously as elders but slaves.

If the elders in Igbo land or Biafraland in general wants our respect, they should henceforth act as one or forever hide their faces in shame. Respect is not bought in the market but earned. They most come out in Mass to call evil by its name. Yes, we have few elders in Biafraland who are outspoken, those elders are found in IPOB. In fact, the only elder we respect is Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and few others who has been outspoken on our plights. The Biafra quest is unstoppable, nothing born of a woman can’t stop the restoration of the sovereignty of Biafra nation.

In summary, we are using this medium to call on the good elders out there who hate Injustice and intimidation against her children to do the needful. The must know we respect elders who stands for uprightness, fairness, justice, equity and freedom. We don’t just hate them but we want them to act as elders as they used to be. We need brave men, great warriors, fearless men not cowards who run under their wives’ wrapper when duty is called. We would always say, enough is enough.  If our elders fail to do the needful now when they are most needed, time for reckoning is fast approaching.

Biafra is here nothing can stop her from surfacing. We are the light of the world. We bring light where there is darkness. All hail Biafra the children of light.

Written by:
Mazi Dimkpa Ikenna Ikenga Amadioha-Gbo
For: Rivers State Media

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Rivers State Media

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