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Martin Luther King Jr and Malcolm X were two great men who wrote their names in American history during the era of fight for black emancipation in the United States of America. Both men shared some resemblance in character, and those were the things that made them great, unique and their names will continue to be mentioned as far as American history is concerned.

They were focused, consistent, brave, determined, loyal, persistent, and above all, they never did anything that betrayed their course, which was the freedom of the black people living in the US. These attributes were the qualities that made the people and the world in general recognised such great men.

During the black emancipation in the US, when these men ordered that the blacks should boycott the train, buses and other things they said, it was obeyed, it was total boycott from the masses, nobody gave any reason why they would not boycott, the blacks would walk a very long distance to get to their destination just to boycott the train and buses, many of them ended up with sore heels and other injuries but they never bothered nor complained, to them it was either they were freed or they continue to segregate themselves from the rest of the society to send a message to the whites and the rest of the world.

Nelson Mandela died as an icon, not because he was wealthy but because he fought and sacrificed almost his life to fight apartheid in South Africa. He spent 27 years in jail to tell his oppressors that he would never accept anything until apartheid course was achieved. The blacks in South Africa were killed in their numbers whenever they came out to protest, the same way Biafrans are been killed today in Nigeria whenever we come out to protest. But it got to a time that the South African Blacks embraced death, and even while Nelson Mandela was in jail for 27 years they were still protesting every day and the whites that was killing them got tired of killing them. They kept Nelson Mandela in jail thinking he would change his mind but he never wavered till they achieved their purpose in South Africa.

Mahatma Gandhi is an Indian legend and freedom fighter whose name is written in gold in Indian history. He left his country to work and studied in a foreign country just to be prepared and well equipped to battle for freedom of his people from the hands of the colonial masters. One of Mahatma Gandhi's greatest weapon was boycott, himself and his people used that weapon to battle the British colonialist and chased them away from India.

If you take a good look at these great men mentioned above, you will see that they have similar characteristics and mental sanity that made them able to achieve what they believed in, they didn't jump around when they were faced with difficulties and challenges, it was either what they believed in or nothing else matters and their oppressors had no choice than to give them what they asked for. These men sacrificed their lives, they were determined, consistent and persistent in what they believed in until it was granted to them and their people.

My fellow Biafrans, how far are you willing to go? What are you willing to sacrifice? How determined, persistent and consistent are you in the course to restore Biafra? PDP Atiku and Peter Obi or APC Buhari and Osinbajo Presidency cannot change Nigeria, the British government and caliphate decides who leads you, your vote doesn't matter, they only need your presence and thumb print to validate their rigging and selection. Don't use your thumb print to endorse thugs, touts, tyrants, criminals and rogues as leaders.

Boycott 2019 elections but if you are addicted to voting, be patient we will give you credible candidates and conducive environment to exercise your fundamental Human Rights during elections in Biafra land, you will vote freely the way you want.

Ask yourself again how far am I willing to go?

#Boycott2019ElectionsIn BiafraLand

Written by:
Usain Reyes
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Edited by:
Her Excellency Oluchi Christy
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