THE FEAR CALLED IGBO AND THE EVIL CALLED NIGERIA

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July 31 2020 | The Biafra Restoration Voice

You hardly see any property owned by an Igbo man that remained confiscated in the North after the genocide that was called a civil war. Our own brothers in the Riverine areas were actually those who seized our houses in the name of abandoned properties. We've since forgiven and moved on.

Goodluck Jonathan was an Ijaw man and we voted for him massively during the 2011 presidential election. We called him "our Ebele" and "our Azikiwe". He won the election and focused all his energy in developing the North and disregarded the East. I want to unequivocally say that when it comes to Jonathan's administration, the Igbos collectively gained nothing tangible. Yet in all these, we threw caution to the wind to back him up again even when it was obvious that the North and South West were seriously closing in on him in 2015. We hatched all our eggs in one basket and damned the devil to hell.

This is not just because we deemed Buhari not to be a Democrat which he has effortlessly proved to us, but because we also believe, and it is true, that any son of Ijaw is a brother to the Igbo man. I don't know what else the Igbos can do for their Riverine brothers to gain their trust. It may actually be that loyalty and trust has a different meaning where there is river maybe oil.

Growing up, I never saw myself different from any Ijaw child. In Port Harcourt I thought the word Ikwerre was a nickname because there was one Chibuike I know then who was an Ikwerre boy.

I've come to understand now that Nigeria's definition of wisdom is "the fear of the Igbo man".


This fear is not because the Igbo man has always been the one engaged in religious riots that may see innocent people dead. Not at all. This fear is not because the Igbo man happens to be the one who murdered innocent people during the Denmark Cartoon saga. Far from it. He was actually the victim. This fear is not because the Igbo man is the one controlling the oil. We all know who is in charge. This fear is not because the Igbo man has been the one ruling their one Nigeria. The fear of the Igbo man is because the Igbo man has always dared to succeed were many trembles to venture.

A Chike will never stop leaving his village to serve a master. He will graduate not just to become a master of his own self, but to recruit many others from his village and become master of masters. He and his recruits shall keep buying up shops and lands until they practically own everywhere. It's a model and never a hidden one, what is confusing is why many have failed to adopt it.

The Igbo man has no apology for greatness, he was a boy who lost everything and rose from twenty pounds; and if being successful is a crime, his soul shall forever burn in hell.

The fact that Nigeria claim to know of Igbo domination and pretend not to know a thing about Fulani domination is one of the greatest heights of stupidity in human folly. This is when one allows the oil that he may never be allowed to control and fully own to anoint his brain and becloud his sense of reasoning. The result is that he will always speak in unknown tongues.

When Ikechukwu from Ihiala is being regarded with suspicion, an Ikechukwu from Port Harcourt or Igweocha is not safe.

When Ebele from Awka is called Nyamili, the Ebele from Ijaw whose name may have a different meaning and pronunciation should not feel excluded.

When Chibuike from Owerri is running, the Chibuike that believes he is from Niger Delta should get ready to run.

This is because the evil called Nigeria will happen to them all.

Written by:
Stanley Ejiogu
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice – TBRV

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

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

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