June 27 2020 | Radio Biafra
I don’t talk about Mazi Nnamdi Kanu anymore like I used to do in the past and I may have figured out why. It is borne out of a phlegmatic disposition that comes from a place of knowledge and assurance, inspired by the crass nature of the Nigerian ideology and the blood we unnecessarily spill daily in order to preserve our pariah Unity.
One can now sit back in malignant pleasure through to 2023 to occasionally maffle out a ten-letter phrase at any political rumination as it affects the South today; “I told you so”. But there will be no delight in mocking oneself over this Unique arrangement that ensures our perpetual enslavement.
Listening to Nnamdi Kanu again today reminded me of the day I First clicked on a link in 2013, which navigated me to an audio broadcast, blasting in anger. There was something significant about that Voice, you could tell it was audacious, but on whose authority was he mandating?
I wasn’t going to take anybody preaching about Biafra serious. Don’t get me wrong, I want Biafra to be actualized like yesterday, but not with what Ralph Uwazuruike did with MASSOB, they were just a tad lesser than Bakassi boys. Probably because they had no mandate to work for the government.
This dude is different and was able to dissect the complexities of our problems with such eloquence and ease. Bearing the burden of knowing, I quickly called my cousin Ebere and my Elder brother and asked them to listen. “If Biafra Will Come or was ever going to be achieved in our Time, this is the guy we have been waiting for”.
How did he get his message across to the riverine area by using a wrapper analogy to rejuvenate a dead kinship? He would say, “if your mothers are tying two sets of wrappers on their waist, then we are related by blood and of a single value system. This he would proclaim loudly and his voice resonated”.
It took about two years of dual daily broadcasts, one in the morning and evening, to begin to disentangle the minds of our riverine brothers, off of the age long indoctrinated hate against inland Ndi Igbo.
The job is not yet done, but I know that our intellectual class are bogus, they are anything but intelligent. The educated are worse, the higher the education, the arrogantly short-sighted they become. This is supposed to be a time of reckoning that would trigger a contemptuous assault against this fake government and its fake president, including the rubber stamp assembly, but alas, the intellectuals have become writers for hire and professional migration agents for those who want to relocate to Canada. This is where we are at the moment.
While it may be heavy in our mouths to say without exaggeration, that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu had been right all along about Nigeria and its bogus intellectual class, I still think it is not too late for some of us to admit we goofed – Bishop Edwin.
Like my mum was telling me over the phone in 2015, “Fada Mbaka said Buhari is sent by God’. I tried to convince her otherwise to no avail. when my efforts failed, i discredited Mbaka outrightly. I felt sorry for her. I could imagine her thinking Uchenna Nwa m is disparaging an anointed man of God. But I knew deep down that if Muhammadu Buhari became president, all economic gains so far will be eroded.
Midway into Buhari’s first time, my Mum admitted that Buhari is a colossal failure. She is not educated, but she knows. All of you, all of us, educated or not, rich or poor, noble or ordinary etc will also know in the nearest future that Nigeria is not meant to be!
Source: The Biafra Post
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Radio Biafra Media