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The abolition of OSU and OHU is a sign that our Traditional leaders are for Biafra. An important move I must say. This news of a complete abolition of the evil act is a solid victory towards our quest for Biafra. As we intensify efforts to the enemies we have a need to build a stronger brotherhood. While we demand for freedom there is a need to free ourselves from bondage. By abolishing the act, we can now say that all men are born equal and free with equal right. The abolition of the OSU Caste will foster good relationship between our people and in a great way help create love and remove all notions of self-hate in our land.

Yes, the most important quest on our shoulders now is Biafra, but we also need to understand that every step is important no matter how small. We can all agree that the greatest hindrance to the quest of a people is the people. These steps that has been taken is a relief. It will ensure a healthier Biafra, a strong Nation ready to compete with the world on all platforms. If the OSU system was not removed it will endanger our progress as a people.

Take a good look at Nigeria. Do you see progress or any advancement in technology? Any improvement in the health sector? what about education? Can Nigeria stand and say this is what we have achieved as a Nation since independence? You know the answers. Am not here to talk about Nigeria and its failed system but we need to look at why it failed and learn from it. It is the desire of the caliphate to subjugate the Biafrans that has kept it down like stunted growth. Its nepotic nature drove off excellence, merit, innovation and peace. We do not want a repeat of such in our land and that's why our elders decided to heed to the call of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and scrapped the Act. Everything that has a beginning has an end.

The abolition has come to stay. My generation, the youth may not understand it now because we were not born at a time the Osu caste was an important factor on many things including who you marry, associate with, do business with etc.

 If we ignore it, we will grow to find it as a thorn in our flesh as a society. It's easy to get a generation to make beliefs but very difficult to destroy these ideas once indoctrinated.

I see the actions of traditional rulers, as care and love of elders for their children. The desire to pass down a purer culture to the next generation, a desire to spare us the headaches that come with the OSU practice. The abolition also reveals the state of mind of our real elders toward Biafra. Their actions are positive toward our desire for a new Nation.

Biafra is a place our people will call home. Where our needs and survival will be the primary desire of the government. Yes, the chieftains support Biafra. I can deduce that from their actions. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu said you cannot desire freedom and still practice Ohu and OSU. The abolition of the act shows support to struggle to get Biafra restored. This is their part and they have played it. What do you want them to do about Biafra? This is their input and we appreciate it. Imagine if IPOB should start an agitation for (OSU) end. It won't be this easy because OSU and OHU thing are tradition and we need the traditional chiefs. In war/struggles, doctors show support by helping the sick they don't go for guns. Scientists help build weapons not to shoot them. The chiefs, Igwes and Ezes have done their part. I don’t think our chiefs have any political power of any kind. If they do, we would have noticed it since Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's home was invaded. It's also important that we desist from the OSU treatment. Let's appreciate the work that has been done and look for more positive ways to build brotherhood within Biafraland. Our freedom is in our hands. We have the vision, God is with us.

One love!


Written by:
Opibiafra Eziokwubundu
(TBRV Writer/Reporter)
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Edited by:
Arum Liberty Donatus
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Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
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