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June 06 2020 | The Biafra Restoration Voice

In grave silence I’ve watched the unfolding of events in the Biafra emancipation struggle; we all have witnessed revelations, accusations, and counteraccusations as it bothers on betrayals of our freedom; financial misappropriations by certain persons.

In a dramatic twist of events, we also witnessed two major characters amongst the accused, namely Chief Nnia Nwodo, Chief Asari Dokubo, and Chief Raphael Uwazuruike caught pant down as the second accused stagger while trying hard to deny receiving a sum of 20 million naira defense fund from the IPOB leader; same goes for the second defendant as he couldn’t convincingly deny not collecting money from the murderous Nigeria Federal Government to sabotage the struggle.

The last two stakeholders swore with both the Bible and Quran respectively, which are the Holy Books by the adherents of the two major religions in the country while the first-named character has never hidden his anti-Biafra stance and sabotage against the struggle.  

Unfortunately, going by the pulse of the general Biafra populace, these denials seem very unsatisfactory as the dust raised by these earth-quaking revelations from the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu remains unsettled and the issues are yet unaddressed by those who stand docked in the court of the public opinion.

Divergent opinions have emerged; some Biafrans see these revelations as being divisive and necessary at this stage of our struggle, while others uphold them as timely. In fact, some think these would weaken the struggle; still, others are of the opinion that these issues should have been out of public view.

Whatever shades of opinion you share, I think the critical questions one should ask are, why these revelations now? When could have been a better time for these revelations? Why couldn’t the leader of IPOB have waited much longer before exposing these things or could it be that he just threw caution to the wind? 

These questions are very critical, knowing that the IPOB leader has remained silent while being accused and maligned over and again by these same persons over the years as it relates to financial misappropriation, especially, regarding the ‘Defense Fund’ which shockingly now made public recently, rendering his accusers dumbfounded. What could be the underlying intent of these seemingly weighty and hard-to-deny revelations made against these stakeholders?

The whole drama becomes more and more interesting following the fact that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has in recent weeks maintained strongly that the restoration of Biafra is very eminent while emphasizing that the Biafra nation would re-emerge this year 2020. 

Within a few weeks under review, major events have taken place in such a quick succession which leaves every thinking individuals and groups wondering what could play out at the international scene as pertains to Biafra eminent emancipation; pointing to the fact that they could be something the IPOB leader knows that isn’t of common knowledge as yet.

On May 26, two of the US Senators, Ernst and Grassley urged the US President to deploy a Special Envoy to Nigeria on religious freedom and unabated human rights abuses in the country.

In quick response to other build-ups at the international scene, on June 2, President Donald Trump issued an Executive Order on Advancing International Religious Freedom and its enforcement, which brings Nigeria to an international focus, as the country has been on the US watch list as a country with an all-time record-high human right violation and religious killings, championed by three major state-sponsored terrorist groups, Boko Haram, Fulani Herdsmen, and ISIS of West Africa, etc.

Yesterday, the United Nations announced its intention to create a country on July 10, 2020, the country will make up both North-Eastern part of Nigeria and Southern Cameroun. This raises a critical question, after the carving out of this country; will Nigeria remain indivisible as often claimed by the advocate of one Nigeria?

It's worthy of note that the recent development would have to a large extent hamper the Southward invasion of the Nigerian state-sponsored terrorists, and also would block Cameroun access to the Bakassi Peninsula. You would recall that Cameroun has been in alliance with Nigeria against Biafra. 

This development to a large extent wakens Nigerian’s sea blockade against Biafra in the event of civil unrest as we saw during the Nigeria-Biafra civil war which saw to the starvation of millions of Biafran children, most of whom died of malnutrition.

Following these events, it’s obvious that the IPOB’s indomitable leader choose now as the best time to strike like a cobra, intending to expose, disgrace, destabilize, and silence those whom he considers saboteurs in the Biafra struggle, knowing fully well that immediately after the declaration of the Ambazonians new nation that that of Biafra follows suit, any moment this year. 

This devastating blow against those he considers as saboteurs are the last stroke that breaks Carmel’s back, as the new Biafra nation raises from the dust and ashes of her past. However, the right of judgment on the effect, right timing of his actions remains yours to make, whether you’re right or wrong isn’t the issue in question here. However, time would be the best judge.

All hail Biafra, the Land of The Rising Sun!

Written by:
Elekwachi Ude
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

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

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