IS ATTACHMENT TO CHURCH ENOUGH JUSTIFICATION FOR ANTAGONIZING BIAFRA?

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You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. From the above scripture verse, it is incontrovertible that the only premise upon which the real meaningful existence can be predicated is freedom. Any teaching therefore that does not hinge on the freedom of the people in its totality, in all its ramifications, be it religious or otherwise, is a case of seeking to entangle the people more in mental captivity, thereby making the people to look more and see less (the more you look, the less you see).

Our belief and followership of the church teachings should not therefore hypnotize us not to stand out to defend the freedom of Biafra, irrespective of whatever the stance of the church leadership is.

If we may ask, how has the church contributed directly, or even indirectly to our financial and social wellbeing? While we profess our belief in God through the church, we meet many challenges, just as it would probably have been if we had not believed in the worship of the Almighty through the church. Challenges of life facing us on daily basis are not consequent upon our followership or not in any particular church, but for divine providence we overcome them. If it is all by the wordings or prophesies of the church leaders that we live, and not by divine intervention, then we have had to resign the struggle for actualization of Biafra to the fate of the church until it is approved by them.
But, alas, man, even the worst sinner, or unbeliever, lives on as long as his Chi wants him to.

We live and make it in life by divine providence.  The church is directly dependent on the peace of the society and the economy and the general wellbeing of the people. If by happenstance the people revolt and probably decides to worship in their homes, they will continue to live as long as God gives them life. They will equally continue to meet their needs as much as God provides for them. The church as a religious institution has little effect on wellbeing of the people.

The point is that the hostile disposition of some people towards IPOB and the Biafra Restoration project, on behalf of the church, is as unnecessary as it is fruitless.

From the look of things, the church and political arena seem to be where things are well, in terms of financial comfortability. They would rather continue to manage a faulty structure than destroy the foundation and raise the structure anew. When Biafra comes, you will see how the church leaders will realign with the Biafra government, cleverly wanting to make the people forget that they were busy praying and prophesying heaven on earth for Nigeria without praying to God to harken to the people on their Biafra request, or show them an alternative with sign.

You'll see the hypocrisy of the religious leaders in Biafraland for they will not be bold enough to continue to maintain their love for Nigeria any more, or you will see the fragility of allegiance of the church to the state laws under which it operates. Instantly, the allegiance of the churches to Nigeria within the borders of Biafra will cease. Every church is a registered institution in a government. And every registered organisation/institution of a country must pay allegiance and maintain loyalty to the government. This is why it is difficult for the church to be vocal against the government and in favour of the people to avoid being hunted. It is only persistent effort of the people in this struggle, not the effort of the political and religious elites that will bring Biafra.

So, let no one be dispirited because one so called man of God or the other is against the struggle. We all shall see how they will turn around prophesying and singing allegiance to Biafra the moment they notice the struggle is becoming a reality or when Biafra comes.

All the above notwithstanding, let Biafrans remain focused on the Biafra referendum that is around the corner. Remember that like everything Biafran, it must record overwhelming success. We must ensure this overwhelming success of the Biafra referendum by intensifying our efforts in evangelism, both in our immediate and extended families.

Remember also that we must boycott every charade and show of shame called elections in the abominable aberration and British inhumanity called Nigeria. We cannot afford to legitimize their daylight robbery.

Written by:
Pete Osinachi
(TBRV, Writer)
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice TBRV

Edited by:
Okwunna Okongwu
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

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