Biafran youths under the auspices of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide, on Monday 21st May 2018, through their concerted opposition to the vagaries of the saboteurs of Biafra restoration effort, orchestrated the peaceful disruption and abrupt end of the infamous restructuring Summit held in Awka, the Anambra State capital. Playing along with the laid down agenda of the Sokoto caliphate, Aso Rock cabals and the Arewa oligarchical bigots, whose evil machinations can no longer withstand the clout and voracious determination of the Indigenous People of Biafra globally which is ably led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, it is unfortunate that few political predators cum traitors in the mould of Ohaneze Ndigbo and other merchants in the political arena from Igbo extraction, have shamelessly constituted themselves into obstacles on the way to Biafrans’ freedom.
They have been working as scions of Uthman Dan Fodio with the demented thought that IPOB will fumble into oblivion on it’s drive for the Biafra restoration. The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) remains the rightful and indisputable owners of the land. They have maintained an insistent resolve that the ill-conceived and ill-fated Summit organised by Ohaneze Ndigbo social club will never pull through. A cross section of the courageous women of the IPOB and youths within the Alex Ekwueme Square, being the event venue, at the nip of time, rose up completely in action, disrupting the Summit. This therefore, has placed a terminal seal on the relevance of any group of persons known as Ohaneze Ndigbo in Biafraland. By this development, anybody identifying with this group has automatically declared himself/herself, a sworn enemy of the people.
With this unimaginable and successfully commendable action of bravity, what then awaits the arch-saboteur of the Biafran people called Nnia Nwodo and his Ohaneze political wolves, is a total disbandment from Biafraland as they have completely outlived their usefulness. Members of Ohaneze Ndigbo can now better comprehend the reality that no matter the magnitude of military hardware/siege aimed at truncating the mandate of the people, their evil antics will always end up in colossal failure and disgrace. The only window of redemption open now to other opinion leaders in Igboland, who have not yet been caught in the web, is to align themselves totally with the IPOB in realising the demand for Biafra referendum. Or better still, constitute themselves as secret admirers/supporters instead of falling into the same fate as Nnia Nwodo. From the ongoing, it has become very clear that anyone or group of persons that stand opposed to the pure intents of the IPOB, becomes vulnerable to humiliation and damnable ridicule.
As a result of the inglorious event of Monday 21st May 2018, the Ohaneze Ndigbo has wittingly rubbished it’s reputation as a group if really there existed any. Identifying with such an organization presently is like an anathema all through history. The towering reputation and fear of the IPOB, will henceforth condition future meetings of the remnants of the group in private sitting rooms or hotels, as the intelligence surveillance of the IPOB will strongly be on the watch out for Nnia Nwodo and his fellow prodigal travellers.
Meanwhile, the seeming complicit blanket silence of the traditional institution in Igboland over it’s continued refusal to make a proclamation regarding the surreptitious and atrocious activities of Nnia Nwodo is really unfortunate. It is not out of place to conclude that some of the traditional rulers may have been compromised but the upright band in the fold ought to take a stand against this treacherous personality. He (Nnia Nwodo) has desecrated the land by consistently, orchestrating the spilling of the blood of innocent Biafrans and so must have to be banished from Igboland, particularly from his hometown of Ukehe in Igbo-Ekiti Local Government Area of Enugu State. Surely, there can never be peace for the wicked no matter the proficiency of the band of security operatives he commands.
The disrupted Awka Summit has put to an end, an era in Igboland which will remain a watershed in the history of the Biafra restoration struggle.