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It is often said that slaves have no grounds upon which to question the authority of their masters. The opinion of the master is always considered as law.

This is apparently the case between South East political leaders and their slave masters (northern political leaders).

Sometime ago the South East governors and political leaders met in Enugu to discuss issues concerning insecurity in the zone. In that meeting, they passed a resolution that cattle movement in the zone is to be banned.  A ban was also placed on herders going about with Ak47 rifles, or any sharp objects within the zone. Other issues affecting safety and security in the zone were also discussed in the meeting.

The northern political leaders, in their reaction, seriously cautioned their slaves (South East governors and political leaders), to be extremely careful in handling issues that will affect the lives of their kinsmen in the South East region. They added that placing a ban on cattle movement in the zone is the exclusive preserve of the federal government. They therefore seriously warned their slaves, the South East political leaders against taking any action that will affect the lives of their militia in the South East (Fulani herdsmen terrorists).

The northern leaders argued that Nigeria's constitution allows free movement of cattle anywhere in Nigeria, including the South East, adding that no section of the constitution restrains the citizens from moving from place to place in the country.

More importantly, the cattle in question are not moving on their own, rather they are moved by Nigerians. Buttressing their claims, the northern leaders queried if the South East governors would ever contemplate applying the same measure of restriction on the movement of vehicles in the zone.

In their desperation however they seriously condemned the idea of placing a ban on cattle movement in the South East and  warned them (South East governors) to rescind the plan of taking any step that would endanger the lives of the Fulani herdsmen terrorists, adding that if there is any need for security intervention, in the case of killings, raping and destruction of farm land by Fulani herdsmen terrorists, that army  and police are on ground to handle such matters within the ambits of the law.

The questions that the Northern slave masters need to answer are: -
Ø  Does movement of vehicles pose any threat to the lives of the indigenous communities?

Ø  Why are northern leaders so much concerned about the security of well-known global terrorist group?

Ø  What proof do they have that those terrorists are Nigerians?

Ø  Why do the so-called herdsmen move their cattle with sophisticated weapons, contrary to Nigeria's constitution, at the time federal government and some state governors in the North are giving impression that those terrorists are not Nigerians?

Ø  If they are not Nigerians, how did they enter into the country with their cattle and sophisticated weapons?

Ø  Why is it that none of these terrorists has neither been caught, nor charged to court?

Ø  And why do Nigeria security forces always provide cover to Fulani herdsmen terrorists to continue their genocidal activities?

Why is it that majority of these so-called herdsmen, (who are indeed feudal caliphate militia, operating on behalf of the federal government), do not speak Hausa, English, but mostly French and Arabic?

 In fact, there are so many whys here, which the fraudsters, gangsters and bandits that answer federal government must provide answers to.

While we commend the northern political leaders for coming out bold to defend their subjects and give them good representation in Nigeria's political arena, with the desperate move to conquer and control the whole of the Nigerian enclave for the Fulani sultanate, we are worried that South East governors are maintaining criminal silence, if not subservience, towards the position of the northern political leaders over the issue of cattle movement in the South East.

The continued silence of the South East governors towards the position of the northern political leaders over the issue of cattle movement in the South East seriously suggests that they have cowardly compromised in their resolutions, and yielded to their pressure.

This is equally suggestive of the fact that the governors’ meeting in Enugu, in the first place, is a fantasy and not genuinely hatched for the interest of our people. Their continuing silence portrays them as slaves to the caliphate.

Curiously, the attendants at the so-called security meeting of the south east zone, gives one a deep impression that the governors are never serious on the issue of security in the zone, as almost ninety-eight per cent of the attendees were from Hausa Fulani ethnic group, whose kinsmen are the culprits (Herdsmen terrorists).

This composition of the so-called security committee has left many in doubt if the meeting was really for the interest of the zone.

 It is therefore pertinent, once again, to peruse these questions here: -

Ø  When has South Easterners and South east political leaders ever formed a part of the meeting of northern governors forum or northern security committee?

Ø  When has South Westerners, or south west political leaders, ever formed a part of a meeting of northern governors, or northern political leaders forum?

Ø  How can the bandit that is your major security threat be given charge of your safety and security?

It is very glaring therefore, that the infiltration of meetings of South East governors forum by northern politicians and their occupational forces, is a grand strategic plan by the caliphate through federal government's unconstitutional security arrangement in the zone, to conquer and control Biafra land at all costs, and accelerate their islamization and fulanisation agenda in the land of the rising sun.

The northern political leaders who reminded their slaves (South East governors) that they lack the power to place a ban on cattle movement in their zone, fail to appreciate that northern states are presently operating the sharia law system, with its separate police (Hisba), as against Nigeria's hypocritical secularity, as duplicitously embedded in the criminal document called 1999 constitution.

Therefore, it is high time our political leaders, particularly our executive governors, rose to their responsibility, chief of which, though, by no means, limited to protecting the lives and property of their citizens.

They must hold their subject in high esteem, respect the sanctity of life, defend the people from Fulani invaders, and more importantly, as elected political stake holders, they must give a voice and good representation to the people in the state and at the national level.

It is therefore time Biafra's political leaders, particularly our executive governors, looked inwardly into the agitation of Biafrans. One adage in Igbo land says that where a child is insistently and persistently pointing towards, as he cries, it must be that if the mother is not there, the father is certainly there.

It is not out of place, nor is it an exaggeration to state, and that unequivocally, that there is something very unusual, especially in the spiritual realm, that our Supreme Leader, the prophet of our time, Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu saw, which our political leaders have not yet seen, (and it appears they may never see it).

Our governors and political leaders must therefore, compellingly, come to inescapable realisation that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is God-sent to humanity, not just to liberate Biafrans, but the entirety of black race, from the grip of imperialism and neo-colonialism.

Our executive governors must eschew every subservience, serfdom, slavish entrapment, and inferiority cloak, swallow their pride, founded on vacuous arrogance, and align with IPOB ideology to restore Biafra. There is much to gain in independent Biafra than in one fraudulent Nigeria where sanctity of lives is no longer respected, and rule of law has long been thrown into dustbin.

Udo dịrị ụnụ, ụmụ Chukwu Okike Abiama.

Chukwu bless Mazi Nnamdi Kanu
Okike bless IPOB worldwide
Abiama bless Biafra, the land of the rising Sun


Written by:
Eze Joe
(TBRV Writer)
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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