LOVE OR HATE KANU, BUT GIVE HIM SOME KUDOS

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August 04 2020 | The Biafra Restoration Voice

In Nigeria, we have so many poor readers and listeners. These are people who are lagging in comprehension.

The result is that the mischievous elements in our midst will always dig up a perceived fault, concoct a narrative, sell it to the naive and they swallow it hook, line and sinker.

The Bible said we should test every spirit (1 Jn 4:1). I didn't start believing the IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu because he is perfect. He is far from it. He is flesh and blood and I won't create a mythology out of him. I started believing him because he is genuine in his struggle. He has passed the stages of test and has been found trusted.

Some mischievous elements may ask me how I conducted the test. It's actually not rocket science. It's the same way I'm able to know the elemental factors that constitute mischievousness. This is when a person can be seen in an anti Kanu post commenting on how he never liked him, then you later see him making a post on how he like Kanu but thinks he ought to change his methods.

This is when a person likes a post commending Kanu, and goes ahead to like another post condemning him. I know some may think this kind of person may just be naïve, but I tell you solemnly that anybody who, at this very point, can still not define his battle is not being naive but mischievous.

Don't tell me there is a certain type of Nigeria you want. That is B.S. The Nigerian political arena has gotten loud and tensed up enough for anyone to know where he stands. It is either you want Nigeria or you don't. If you are not in, stay out. Stop mentioning Biafra when you have no business with it.


Some of us loved Nigeria but not anymore. We can't be wallowing in tribalism and still claim to be one. It sounds contradicting. What is called Nigeria is the property of the G2 (Hausa/Fulani and Yoruba), the Victors of the war. Although Igbos were vanquished, they will never believe in the one Nigeria narrative especially when the unfairness is getting more glaring.

Love or hate Kanu but give him some credits, he has treaded where many will never dream of going. I know he has his faults just like every other human out there, but I won't let his supposed little weakness blind me from seeing his bigger strength.

As for those who swallow every lies they've been told about Kanu, it's your call. In life, one sees what he wants to see. When he wants to see good, he sees good. When he wants to see rubbish, he also sees rubbish, even if it means trekking from Onitsha to Abuja.

I also like Bishop Kukah. He is what a leader should be. As for anyone who is quick to condemn Kanu and quick to defend Nwodo and his Ohanaeze, it's still his call.

He should defend him (Nwodo) as much as he can but should also advise him on what it means for one to be called a leader.

As he writes in his defense and gesticulate in his impeccable English, he should also examine himself, lest he becomes another clown.

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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