NIGERIA, A DISASTROUS PLACE FOR ANY HUMAN

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The equator is an imaginary line that divides the earth into two equal halves called North and south hemispheres. This equator passed through Africa with Nigeria just some few latitudes northward.
Now we know that the revolution of the earth round the sun brings variance to our corresponding climates or seasons as we call it here.

Because of this nearness to the equator, we have a very BALANCED tropical climate or season and a balanced and stable earth core. We experience the rainy season within its time, say from April to October and also the dry season and harmattan from October through May. Because of a balanced earth core, we hardly experience earthquakes and landslides or river-like volcanic eruptions.

God kept us in a perfect habitat where we are not troubled by natural disasters but by human disasters. This is the twist, Africa is blessed with natural resources but cursed with human resources while developed continents are cursed with natural disasters like hurricane, earthquakes, while blessed with human resources.

In Nigeria, citizens have died in the hand of the government more than in any natural disaster or road accidents. The Nigerian government kills more than natural disasters. All these killings are to keep the country one according to them. Over 6 million Biafrans murdered from 1967 till 1970 because of oil (natural resource). The police have killed more citizens in accidental discharge than they have intercepted robberies and killed robbers. They have shot more motorists for the sake of 50naira more than they have intercepted bandits with guns on the highway.

On September 14, 2017, the Nigerian Army rolled out several fleets of Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC), the type that hasn't been used in Sambisa forest, several troops and platoons, bearing sundry firearms marched the soils of Biafra land war-esque. They had come to keep Nigeria one by force and by death. The owners and beneficiaries of the venture sent their dogs to come destroy the people who are asking questions.

They did succeed, many Biafrans were made to abide in the most insalubrious waters at gunpoint while the base of their guns was used to pound their heads into conformity. Boys were stripped as the northern soldiers marched on their skull while cursing in Hausa language, some were taken to the bush, shot without even a shallow grave. The clothes housing their skeletons were later discovered almost a year later.

While these were happening, Afaraukwu Ibeku was encompassed with many soldiers and armoured tanks, bullets covered the sky such that one would think rain was nigh. They came to kill Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, they came to kill him and his entire family. Everything that moved was pelted, even a dog was severally shot. The fence had multiple holes and so also was the building. The house was looted of all its artefacts and valuables, yes, our force men are legal bandits.

Since that incident, we have not known or heard of the whereabout of the Afaraukwu Prince and his parents.

It is respect-worthy, that we obey the call, to observe the 14th of September as a general strike day and sit-at-home. We must honour the slain, we must honour the brave. We must remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, they died so that we may be free from this country of human disaster where the only natural disaster we have are the army and police force.

WE REMEMBER!

Written by:
Mazi Alex Nwagbo
(TBRV Writer)
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

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