■ Author: Nwada Ugochinyere 

■ Twitter: @umuchiukwu

■ 03 July 2021 

The recent criminal action of extraordinary rendition committed by the Nigerian government in relation with the Kenyan government via the illegal abduction of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, is just like a scare added to a bleeding lion. A lion that is already bleeding can bring down anything it sighted to be associated with its predicaments, not to talk of adding to its already existing pain. 

The Nigerian government has sold the remains of her expired entity called country only to purchase vast acres of a land, prison van, employed millions of warders, and erected prison blocks by just abducting Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Sentiments apart, the Nigerian government will not survive this very illicit act, and this is an end to their grooving roads because these wounded lions are craving revenge. 

Mazi Nnamdi Okwu Kanu is one man who is currently in the underground cell of Nigeria's department of states security (DSS), while millions of spirited Nnamdi Kanu are watching the Nigerian government exhibit their normal and known foul plays. These highly possessed spiritual Nnamdi Kanus are found all over the world, including Nigeria. 

Let's estimate that about seventy million Nnamdi Kanus are outside the DSS dungeon while about one million is inside various prison and cells across Nigeria. The question here is, why would the Nigerian government prefer to sell her country only to acquire prison facilities? There are, instead, so many other things to embark on. 

For example, there is an uprise of insecurity in the country where security apparatus are needed to combat banditry and terrorist attacks by the ISWAP, Boko Haram, and Fulani herdsmen in the country. Inflammation has eaten deep into the country. 

What would have gone wrong if the Nigerian government had decided to boost the country's economic structure? Hunger and hike in food stocks have taken up the news headlines, yet the government gave deaf ears and fell into this big mess by abducting a man that commands millions of people around the world. 

In 2017, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu vowed to go to Abuja Court with over 2 million people. This alone triggered the invasion of his Isiama Afara Ukwu home by the Nigerian terrorist armed forces in uniform. This is 2021, four years later, and the intended two million men have increased by four, amounting to eight million people. On 26th July, eight million people will be in Abuja Federal High Court because of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu; needless to say, the country's capital city may sink on this very date if Nnamdi Kanu is not given a fair hearing. 

Then, another question is, does Nigeria have what it takes to arrest this magnitude of people? Are they capable of capturing and detaining eight million people at a time? Mind you, and this eight million are just 2 percent of Nnamdi Kanu out there watching with knee interest. If Abuja would be witnessing the presence of eight million people on 26th July, what will happen to Nigeria if, on that day, an uncleared story is told about Mazi Nnamdi Kanu? Honestly, I am beginning to pity the Nigerian entity. Her time is up, and the people controlling her last days on earth are just too careless. If not, the Nigerian government would have learned its lessons from the former arrest of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. 

After the arrest of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in 2015, the Biafran agitation gained more publication and awareness to the extent that even a two years old child is conscious of the name "Biafra", "Mazi Nnamdi Kanu" and "IPOB". That very act woke the consciousness of every true Biafran to stake up their responsibility on their freedom. 

That very act of arrest made Biafra a household name and defined in clear terms the territories of Biafra. 

Without Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's arrest in 2015, there wouldn't be a Biafra almost free in 2021. Unfortunately, this very government exhibits short-term memory. Their mistake of 2015 has been repeated, and interestingly, they are about to be taught more lessons. In my thoughts, they should make sure that the prison facilities currently acquired be enough to contain more of the wounded Nnamdi Kanus who are out there. 

Edited By Ezekwereogu Odinaka 

Published By Udeagha Obasi 

For Umuchiukwu Writers 

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