THE NIGGA BOND

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December 20 2020 | The Biafra Restoration Voice

Somewhere in Europe: "Bond is a British secret agent working for MI6 who also answers to his codename, ”007“. He has been portrayed on film by the actors Sean Connery, David Niven, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig, in twenty-seven productions. All the films but two were made by Eon Productions".

Somewhere in Africa, a British concentration camp known as Nigeria, is almost witnessing another James Bond classics, with a different name and different actors. The name Muhammad Buhari is almost metamorphosing into an institution, a movie role, a phenomenon, and a mystery.

No one wonder even state owned and private media have conflicting reports on the age, the image and the activities of mister president.  

Few years ago, when the president of Nigeria was sick, on this particular day, the National dailies in Nigeria dished out conflicting reports on the person of Mr. President as follows.

1. "The president is hale and hearty."

2." Let us pray for our president."

3. The president said " I have never been sick like this before.

4. "The president needs our prayer for speedy recovery."

All these were the headlines on the pages of newspaper in one day.

After the leader of IPOB Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, made a heavy allegation that President Muhammad Buhari is dead and buried in a shallow grave in Saudi Arabia, I expected the Federal Government of Nigeria, the Islamic Council of Nigeria, Arewa Consultative Forum, and family of the President, to sue him for libel. Unfortunately, there is no court case instituted in any court both local and international to that effect.

Femi Adesina and his group of Federal Government's dry cleaners and shoe shiners have failed to convince the populace with their Photoshop images, doctored and edited videos and pre-recorded broadcasts from the presidency, that the old general they voted for is still in charge.  

The social media platforms are all agog with different images of supposedly the president of Nigeria, some young, some old, some robust and some with a hole in the neck, some with four eyelids, some very fair like an albino and some old and dark.

Many people are confused not knowing what to believe. Nigerians are already conversant with the phrase Jubril from Sudan, because the presidency or the president failed to address this issue by simply organising a presidential media chat, where the President will respond to questions from the men of the press

My question is, are we having another James Bond classics, where many actors play the same James Bond role?

Since Britain created this jungle of a country, it will not be a herculean task for them to replicate the James Bond classics somewhere in Niggarea.

Solving this riddle is very important for there lies the hope and the solution to the problem of insecurity, corruption, administrative rascality and economic banditry bedevilling Nigerians today. Ignore this to your own peril.

According an Igbo adage, an elder cannot be in the house and allow a goat to deliver it's offsprings while fastened on the stake.

Buhari the general cannot be at home and all these bloody civilians are ravaging his community and kidnapping his kinsmen in the name of bandits. Where is Mister integrity, if you can't find him to address Nigerians, “To your tents oh Israel."

Then allow me to have my nation Biafra.

Enough is Enough.

Written by:
Obi Emma
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

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

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