July 30 2020 | The Biafra Telegraph

Nigeria is a contraption that has never been taken seriously by other Nations of the world because of its Fraudulent creation in the first place and her instability.

Digging into the history of the contraption called Nigeria, one would be faced with the first time it was bargained by George Goldie. In the year 1899 he sold Nigeria to the British at the sum of 865,000 Dollars, just like one would sell chicken out. The British moved in and started running the affairs of every region.

In January 1, 1914, Lord Frederick Lugard, the Governor of both the Northern Nigeria Protectorate and the Colony and Protectorate of Southern Nigeria, signed a document consolidating the two, thereby creating the Colony and Protectorate of Nigeria. Forty-six years later in 1960, Nigeria clamoured for Independence and asked British to let them be. After the preliminary pillaging and rapping of the people and the land, British handed over Nigeria to the Fulani Caliphate.

It is painful to see Nigeria's SOVEREIGNTY being negotiated with a paltry $400million in 2018 under the Administration of a supposedly demised Buhari, a coup plotter, a genocidal and ethno Religious bigot. He was one of the Fulani Soldiers that committed war crime against the people of Biafra in 1967-1970.

All the Northern Soldiers that played different roles in that genocide against the Biafran people, as the war ended, they divided the rich Oil Field among themselves. Yet, till date there are still negotiations going on.  China is another country this time around trying to colonize NIGERIA with the sum of 400,000,000 dollars.

Questions are: Is Nigeria going to be colonized again? What is the implication of signing off Nigeria as a collateral for paltry $400m?

Today, sixty years from 1960 when Nigeria became an Independent State and a reflection of how far this country has come over 116 years after amalgamation, one can only conclude that the country is still grappling with its national identity and a reanimated separatist movement from every region, it is worth reflecting on how exactly Nigeria became Nigeria.

In my view and very strong conviction, a peaceful disintegration of Nigeria is a sure way of getting Nigeria fixed because Nigeria is a conglomerate of several Nations who are finding it impossible to coexist.


Written by:
Mazi James Eseni
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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