MY RESPONSE TO DR CHARLES AWUZIE FOR BEING DEEPLY HURT BY THE UTTERANCES OF MAZI NNAMDI KANU WHICH GOES THUS: "GOD MADE A MISTAKE CREATING BLACK PEOPLE, BY NATURE YOU ARE STUPID AS A BLACK PERSON"

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July 05 2020 | The Biafra Restoration Voice


Dear Dr Charles,

You are not deeply hurt by the state sponsored terrorism going on in Nigeria and the killing of Christians. You are not deeply hurt by the woman that was killed and dismembered in Anambra by Fulani killers. You are not deeply hurt by the young lady that was raped to coma by Fulani killers. You are not deeply hurt by the man that was killed in his farm in Enugu by Fulani killers. You are not deeply hurt by another man that was killed in Imo State by Fulani killers. And you are not also hurt by the silence and inactions of the Igbo Governors and political leaders over these killings and desecration of our land. You are only hurt that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu said that God made a mistake by creating a black man and that black man is useless; and you have the video which you have posted on your wall here on Facebook. YOU DON’T HAVE THE VIDEOS OF THE KILLINGS BY FULANI HERDSMEN IN OUR LAND. YOU DON'T HAVE THEM, AND THEY DO NOT WORTH YOUR ANGER.

Let me remind you that even God himself, regretted creating man. And I want to add that all the reasons that made God regret creating man are embedded in a black man. Otherwise you wouldn't have ignored the necessitating issues for that to be uttered. You left the contending issues surrounding that statement with a clever effort to deflect attention from Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and maybe to see if you can use your media influence to devalue him. Very laughable!

When Nnamdi Kanu said that Buhari is dead and buried in Saudi Arabia, you never believed it, just as we expected very many of your kinds not to. Rather you posted here one Facebook that anyone who believes that Buhari is dead and Jubril impersonating him should block him or herself before you do so. You went further to say that you are not a supporter of Buhari and you are not also a supporter of stupid narratives. Now I want to ask, Dr Charles, why are you deeply hurt by a statement from someone whose previous claim you called stupid narrative?


I have been following you for over a year now, and I'm still struggling to find one post from you, here on Facebook about the menace of Fulani herdsmen in our land, and mind you they are in Ngwa Land of Abia State.

I have not seen such post from you, I have not seen any post about the terrorist government we have now in Nigeria. But I have seen post where you compared Hushpuppi and a Russian hacker, whose name I have forgotten, where you elevated the Russian hacker above Hushpuppi and other Nigerians that were indicted as well. Because, according to you, the Russian hacker has a bounty on him running in millions of dollars for anyone who can provide information on his whereabout. And you mocked Hushpuppi and other Nigerians for being valueless even in crimes. I saw that post and I don't know how many people were deeply hurt by it.

If you are not cool with what Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is doing, I would advise that you keep off. Just ignore him and retain your dignity. If you think you can come from nowhere and start picking fault on Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB when you never acknowledge the validity of their course, heaven knows that we will swallow you alive. Many like you have come and they were vaporised, you won't make any difference.

The king of revolution Mazi Nnamdi Kanu/IPOB is championing is novel, it is sui generis and it is unprecedented. You have never seen this type before and you will never understand it. You can only attempt to understand it when we are done. Our revolution is mixed with madness, immeasurable madness and our language is unthinkable.

For the fact the you are deeply hurt by that statement from Mazi Nnamdi Kanu shows the potency of our language. Therefore, we don't intend to stop.

I want you to be kind enough to understand that you can't beat a child and tell him not to cry. And you can't even determine the tone of the cry, it is left for the child to cry the way he wants. For us in IPOB, the way you see us cry, is the way we have chosen to cry.

Thank you so much. And I do hope this response won't be deleted like the one I made on your Buhari/Jubril post.

Written by:
Chukwuezugo J. Uduorji
TBRV Journalist
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

Published by
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For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

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