KING SOLOMON AND THE TWO WOMEN

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The story of King Solomon and the two women is a story we are familiar with as Bible faith believers. The name of the women was not mentioned, the Bible only referred to them as harlots.  They intentionally allowed themselves to impregnated by their clients and they were blessed with a child each. As nursing mothers, they were sharing the same apartment. One night as they were sleeping, one lay on top of her child and suffocated him to death out of carelessness, when she realized it, she quickly swapped her dead child with the living one from her neighbour. The case was later brought to Solomon who threatened to cut the living child into two, the woman who stole the living child was shouting in affirmation, cut him, yes cut him. The real mother, now intervened; "Don't kill my child oh king, you can give him to the other woman, when the child grows he shall know his real mother." The cry of a real mother.

Since we started the peaceful agitation for the restoration of the sovereign state of Biafra, we have been killed, imprisoned, burnt alive by the Nigeria security agents even without any slight provocation. This is what I call invitation to war, anarchy and chaos.


When we say referendum, they say war, we say self-determination, they say war. They see this time as the best period to attack our people because a northerner is in power and has rightly handed over all the security apparatus to the Fulanis.

The true Nigerians are the ones that have properties and investment all over the geo-political zones in the contraption. So, we have chosen peace because we know the worth of our investments. Those inviting us to anarchy have nothing to lose, they don't invest in another man's land, even in their land, you cannot see serious investment or property not owned by the Biafrans.

The last civil war was fought in our land and we lost our investment and our people, while other people who triggered the war were busy going to school and doing their businesses, we were living in trenches for three years.

When we say peaceful dismemberment of Nigeria, they prefer war to peaceful dissolution of Nigeria, because they don't know the effect of war. But we may not cry for peace forever, we may not remain peaceful forever as right to self-defence is an inalienable right of every one.

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

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