IPOB members in Diaspora

6th March 2017

Biafra restoration is getting closer, Biafrans we have come this far, and there is no going back, “we must continue” as director Nnamdi Kanu will always say.

Nnamdi Kanu the leader of the Indigenous  People Of Biafra (IPOB) and the director of Radio Biafra London (R.B.L) was secretly arrested (kidnapped)  on the 14th day of October, 2015, by the Department of State Services (DSS) and has been in detention till date even after he was granted bail by two competent courts of jurisdiction, little did they know that his arrest will move  Biafra restoration to the next level, and cause Nigeria to go from worse to worst.

Ever since Nigeria was created by the British it has never had a good record; it has always been a home of Death to so many especially Biafrans.

I can vividly remember telling someone that “if Nigeria wasn’t created that many wouldn’t have gone to their early graves by now” when he needed more explanations I asked him how he would expect people to live long when there is no good drinking water, conducive environment and when those who are meant to protect lives are the ones who take away the lives they were meant to protect, as if they can create one.

Everyone knows that Biafrans are the most endangered species in the whole world, we have been killed for too long, for instance from 1967-1970, 3.5 million lives of men, women and children were lost during the civil war. Just for three years only we lost up to that amount, then how many lives do you think we have lost since 1971—date?

Anyway, some would say it is not up to that, but a reasonable person will understand that so many lives had been lost.

Director Nnamdi Kanu will always say “that your ability to reason is what makes you a human” and I will also have this to say “that people know how to read and write do not mean they are educated”.

I once had an encounter with a friend on 12 March, 2015 on one of my social accounts that were during the preparation of the Nigerian 2015 general election which I always call “selection”, I shared a photo with the inscription.

“There shall be no election in Biafra Land” as directed by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, when my friend saw this picture he kicked against it and said I should delete it (I never knew he was doing that because his brother was contesting for one political position), though I deleted it then, but I later posted it back when I saw a divide and rule post and a selfish post on his timeline on the 8th day of April, 2015,  concerning the election when i saw this post I was so amazed that I had to block and delete him from being my friend because he played the life of a hypocrite, and after that event I picked up courage to convert all my social network accounts to a Biafran account and since then I have no regrets for changing my personal accounts to a Biafran platform and since I joined this struggle I have always come across different obstacles but I have always come out victoriously:

To some who think that we will stop working hard for the restoration of Biafra this brief story below will be an opener to you, one of my friends sent me a text message one day and asked me “why do you love Biafra so much and why do you always talk about Biafra on all your social media accounts”?, though I was surprised to read such question from him because he is a Biafran, and I decided not to answer the question immediately, after some minutes I replied him and said “why are you asking”?

He also replied and said that he does not like what I post (Biafra posts), in fact, that he is not comfortable with it” I smiled and asked him “what then should I do?” he replied and said I should post my pictures instead, then I replied him and said “if you want me to stop posting about my country then you have to do something for me” happily he replied and said “he will do everything I want him to do just to make sure I stop posting about Biafra” then I replied him with this: “if you want me to stop talking about Biafra and spreading the gospel for the restoration of Biafra then you must raise those that were killed during, and after the civil war, that is from 1967—date and also fix back the hands, legs, eyes and blood of those that have lost theirs since then till now, once you can carry-out these tasks above then I will stop spreading the gospel” on seeing these tasks above he replied “IMPOSSIBLE” and I replied since you can’t do mine I can’t do yours because it is impossible to stop what I am doing.

I, therefore, call on world leaders to look into our case and call for the release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and hear the cry of the young and old who are being killed by the Nigerian security agents and come to our rescue because it is not a crime to ask for our freedom.

Biafra is what we have come to restore and that we must do.
Written by Chukwuebuka Idoko
Edited By Mazi Collins
For IPOB writers



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