The evolving insecurity developments in Nigeria today should be a thing of serious concern to all sane beings. It is of great importance to really ask these irate Fulani Islamic elements that go by the name, “NORTHERN YOUTHS”, when will they actually keep their mouths shut and stop prying into the affairs that border on the well-being of the Oduduwas and Biafrans? Who made them the mouthpiece of other indigenous nations entrapped in the Nigerian contraption? Their shameless and unwarranted rascality under the umbrella of NORTHERN YOUTHS COALITION has positioned them as disgusting ranters against the just and commendable establishment of Oduduwa National Security Outfit codenamed: “Operation Amotekun” by the six Executive Governors of the Oduduwa Nation (so-called South-West), lumped together in an unworkable entity christened Nigeria.
The Arewa Youths Coalition should start talking about how to make their own National Police or Security Outfit known as “Hisbah Sharia Police” which is already effectively operational, stronger for greater productivity. This body should concern itself with modalities of arresting the deteriorating security situation in Northern Nigeria rather than unnecessarily busying itself with the affairs of Oduduwa nation regarding security control. It is currently obvious that the Nigerian government seems interested in the security of the citizens. The primary reason behind the formation of Hisbah Sharia Police in a supposed secular society like Nigeria, hinges perhaps on either the general loss of hope in the Nigerian security agencies or it is subtle enthronement of Islamic expansionist domination in the country. Whatever could be the exact drive behind the establishment of such an Islamic security outfit in Northern Nigeria however, should be their sole business within that region. Same way, the establishment of”Amotekun Security Outfit” by the Oduduwa nation (South-West Nigeria), should also exclusively have this as their own concern.
Arewa Youths whose mischievous rascality is gradually dragging their valued credentials to a designate status of a terrorist organization before the global community, should humbly and immediately distance themselves from the affairs of the Yorubas (Oduduwas) because the six governors, socio-political/cultural organisations of the region, have irreversibly taken the just decision to establish this well deserved regional security outfit against all odds. If however, there should be any group of people whom the Arewa Youths should be wagging their tongues against at the moment, it should be the Igbo (South-East) governors and their Ohaneze Ndigbo socio-cultural accomplices who chose to be traitors for self-serving interests instead of protecting and fighting for the well-being of their people with notable security outfit in the mold of “Operation Amotekun”. The Arewa Youths should leave the Yoruba leaders and Operation Amotekun Initiative alone. What the Yoruba leaders have courageously done is worthy of commendation from all decent beings even globally because the security of their region and people is of primary important than partisan politics amongst other interests.
Igbo leaders in Biafra nation should all in humility, learn from the outstanding leadership of stewardship so encouragingly exhibited by these Yoruba leaders. It is important to state here that, if not for the gallantry of the Volunteer Forces of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), that are combing the bushes and forests in Biafraland to ensure watertight security of lives, properties and livelihood of urban dwellers even without any form of government support, the entire Biafraland would have been overran by these cultureless, ravaging, terroristic, nomadic aliens from the Sahel region of Africa. Therefore, Arewa Youths should totally stay off from anything relating to the security of ancestral lands whenever the government of states of any region with particular reference to Oduduwa and Biafra regions choose to arise from whatever that held them bound in defense of their heritage. Most assuredly, it can never ever be the same again.
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Radio Biafra Media