THE ISLAMIC AGENDA AND WHY BIAFRA MUST BE RESTORED NOW

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Islam reminds us of Biafra daily. Tafawa Balewa as a true Muslim, called on his people and traditional rulers; the Sultan of Sokoto and the Emirs of the Northern Nigeria and they started the education and development of their people though mostly Islamic Education. Awolowo called on the Alafin, Obas of Yoruba land and their people, they started the free education project. While Azikiwe was still thinking Pan Africanism. Islam through the friendship of these two became pronounced in the North and West of Nigeria. Hence the Biafrans were seen as unbelievers and infidels that must be conquered. That quest which failed under Uthman Dan Fodio, failed and will continue to fail. They worked at it through commerce, politics and education but our people resorted to resisting it to the extent that communities had to contribute money to train their graduates while the Nigerian State funds from our oil palm business were used to train the Northerners and Westerners. They lied that the income was coming from groundnut and Cocoa. Please what is stopping them from staying and developing their resources while we go to our free land of destiny - United State of Biafra? This efforts by the Biafrans yielded great result in addition to what we already had on ground. We had graduates from the 17th Centuries while the rest of Nigeria (North and West) started producing graduates in 18th centuries.

Before the 17th centuries, we had many Teachers who were trained by the Portuguese Missionaries even before the arrival of the British Missionaries in Coastal Biafra; presently Cross River, Akwa Ibom, Rivers and Bayelsa. My grandfather was the foremost Teacher and Chief in Ogoniland. Chief Nkane Detenwa. His sons Chief Reuben Nkane and Chief Emmanuel Nkane all took to this their father's noble profession as Educationists.

We had Ekwenga Trading post, equivalence of the present-day Gulf of Guinea, we had sixteen companies operating in over Sixteen (16) seaports at Ikot Abasi, Teenama, Kono, Opobo, Bonny, Port Harcourt, Nembe (Brass), Bodo, Okrika and many other Jetties and Beaches where goods could land directly from the Atlantic Ocean.

The British assisted the Northerners/Westerners who took away our wealth because the British saw that our people were as exposed and experienced as they were in international business, so they needed some neophytes, newbies and ignoramuses in business, hence they closed the Ekwenga trading post and moved to present day Lagos, a lagoon that is 200km away from the Atlantic Ocean, no wonder goods are expensive in Nigeria due to high cost of clearing at the Ports in Lagos. Let them tell the world what exactly they are doing in Lagos. Why did they return to Bonny when the need of exporting the crude became eminent to them? They took the Capital of Nigeria from Calabar to Lagos. Our people still were in Lagos at the time and quickly developed it to what it is today.

In religion, our people are tenaciously held to that of their fathers Abraham, the Portuguese re-emphasize it, the British had no option but to adopt it as the only way to penetrate our people after struggling for many years to use military might which failed woefully, Nigeria will never learn.

Islam believes in killing unbelievers, Biafrans are the unbelievers they see in Nigeria hence, they have been killing our people till date. We believe in God and do not kill but surrender to being killed. However, in the late 90s some of our Chiefs and Youths joined Islam and began to carry arms, e.g. Asari Dokubo. Hence the Militia and the Freedom fighters carried arms but you will notice they did not kill like the Fulanis but consciously reminded the world that the environment was polluted while the British Shell and allied companies look the other way and continue to drill our oil. President Yar’adua a different breed of Fulani highly supported by His dependable Ijaw born Vice President Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan dialogued with them and ended a near war in 2007.

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Written by:
Legborsi Emmanuel
(TBRV Writer)
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

Edited by:
Mazi Alex Nwagbo
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

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