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After reading so many opinions on social media by some misinformed lot on whether Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is really a saviour, as is currently trending in the social media, with particular reference to those making a mountain out of a mole hill, we are compelled to setting the records straight, as well as highlight the fact that the exercise is a mere shadow chasing and deliberate attempt to sow discord.

Most of these people trying to sow this discord are just mischievous mercenary mercantilists, who are equally hired agents of destabilization, sent to infiltrate the formidable family of the great IPOB. This is just one among their grand plans.

They also apply the mind game, which involves twisting, distorting, fabricating, and misrepresenting issues, to subtly impose it on the general public, which ultimately leads them to misconceiving the wrong postulation as the true position.

Unfortunately, these misconceptions are coming from all quarters of the society, including, though painfully, the Christendom.

Just like the popular saying; "Religion is the opium of the masses", this here is undoubtedly an irrefutable reality, given the fact that many religious practitioners have become so dogmatic to the point that one may be tempted sometimes to wonder whether they have been denuded of their reasoning. However, the freedom fighter must be mentally, intellectually, and spiritually equipped so as to be able to accommodate, absorb, and utilize all the divergent views so as to be able to function optimally.

With regards to the issue "Is Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Really a Saviour?", let us first find out the true definition of SAVIOUR.

Savior or Saviour may refer to: A person who helps people achieve salvation, or saves them from something (Wikipedia).

Saviour (Noun): A person who saves someone or something from danger or difficulty. [‘politicians of the era usually portray themselves as the nation's saviours’] (Oxford Advanced Learner's).

Now, having read and understood the definition of a saviour, I want to ask you, having studied and seen the mission of Nnamdi Kanu, does it make him a saviour? I understand that your Christianity has confined you to a point where thinking deep will make you think that you are rebelling against your maker. No doubt, (In Christianity) Jesus Christ, when he was on planet earth, was referred to as saviour because he was/is the redeemer from sin and saver of souls. That doesn't necessarily mean that that word SAVIOR is specifically reserved for him. If you can save someone or something from danger, then you are undoubtedly a saviour.

So why are people making this whole thing a topic for discussion? I understand that this is one of the many reasons why the envious people are hating Nnamdi Kanu. They feel cheated that he is being accorded more respect than they would have wished he garnered.

Kanu himself did not order his followers to call him all these heroic names despite the fact that he merited it. If this hero-worshipping was people's choice, especially as they feel that it would be the only way that comes close to their expressing their true feelings for their hero, what business of anyone's is it?

 Does hero-worshipping Kanu debit your bank account? Do you even know the difference between God and god, Idol and Idle?

It is clearly understood that people's fear, worry, pain, and anger, is that our Supreme Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, is acquiring, accumulating, and activating all the respect and accolades that they know they can never dream of in one thousand lifetimes.

All these misplaced energy, onye ka o nyeere aka? (who has it helped)? We are fighting to get a nation where freedom of worship would be allowed. Our Supreme Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has even made it crystal clear in more occasions than can be recounted, that when Biafra finally comes, everyone would be allowed to worship whatsoever anyone chooses to worship, "even if it is cockroach", so long as nobody uses use it to intimidate others.

If anyone therefore chooses to address our Supreme Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, in any of these glowing names, titles, or affixes, allow that person because it is his/her choice.

We have suffered too much here in the fraudulently and criminally concocted British Centre for Experimentation in Cruelty, Inhumanity and Absurdities called Nigeria, and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu risked his life to save us. All his accomplishments already are enough reason to hero-worship him. Before now, we were all robbed of hope, desire, dream, aspiration, ambition, future, and life itself. We were all on life support, which our oppressors were prepared to switch off at any time of their choice and allow us to die at their whims and caprices, with a feeling of triumph and accomplishment, without them giving a hoot.

But our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, came and gave us life, hope and future. Is this not enough reason to address him by any name of our choice?

Having read many posts on this particular subject matter, one poster mistakenly made a comment that appears to me to be the real answer to all these noises. He said " No matter what advice you give, you can never change the perception cum rigid stance of the ardent, indomitable, uncompromising, and resolute believers and followers of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, in whom they believe and cherish". This alone has put all the noise to rest. No matter what you say and how you say it, majority of Kanu followers will never listen to you instead they will increase their force.

This therefore tells everyone that if there is any nomenclature, title, or decorative appellation more potent, forceful, or efficacious than SAVIOR, it is certain that Biafrans would gladly go for that in order to situate the great Supreme Leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, in his proper perspective.


Written by:
Mazi Victor Uzoaga
(TBRV Writer/Reporter)
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

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

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

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