October 13 2020 | Radio Biafra
It is now obvious Nigeria’s widening cracks from her foundation to her pillars, itself can’t be rebuild again, no one can deny the fact not even those in power have remedy for the inevitable collapse of the drowned ship – Nigeria. IPOB as a leading freedom movement inspirational figure, Nigeria in particular and Africa at large has boasted the conciseness of every trapped Indigenous population to stand tall against imperial interest.
As at December 31st, 1991 marked the officially dissolved former communist country in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia, popularly known as Union of Soviet Socialist Republics [USSR], so shall soon go down in history the dissolution of the unworkable divergent ethnic nationalities amalgamated in 1914 comes to an end after 60th years of scam independence flag with no proud single achievement. Nigeria is the only current country after 60th years that still begs to live as one.
History has its own funny ways of repeating itself, then military governor of the old Eastern Region of Nigeria known organically as Biafra in 1966, Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu his blessed memory conversed for confederation system of governance in Aburi Ghana; the resolution or treaty signed by Nigerian government and Biafra government thereof was known as Aburi Accord.
It was a signed and sealed treaty between the then Military Head of State, Yakubu Jack Gowon and Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, both signed and sealed the document which enabled the devolution of political powers to the three regions of Nigeria under a confederation –Northern region, Eastern region and Western region that comprised to what is known today as Nigeria to form their own preferable government within their jurisdiction but this Aburi Accord was later thwarted by the Nigerian Military government of Jack Yakubu Gowon.
Then military head of state – Jack Yakubu Gowon, after been briefed about the implications of devolution of powers by imperial British ruling Labour Party of James Harold Wilson, the Prime Minister of United Kingdom from 1964-1970 and 1974-1976 respectively. The system is synonymous to today’s Nigeria restructuring. The Aburi Accord Memorandum of Understanding – MOU, was turned down by desperate Nigerian military government with stringent fire and brimstone to suppress mainly Igbo speaking Biafrans into submission which led to the spilling of hundreds and thousands of Igbo blood in Northern Nigeria extraction courtesy of British government as a major benefactor.
The world through the instrumentality of British government Broadcasting Cooperation -BBC conspired against Biafra and Biafran people, the Biafra war Lord – Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu was left with no option than to declare the republic of Biafra as a sovereign state. With all the armaments and allied in Nigeria side initially, the Nigerian military government boasted to newsmen how the Nigerian Military government will annihilate Biafra within three days if Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu refuse to surrender his ambition for a free Biafran state, surprisingly, the war of aggression lasted for three years.
It was a genocidal war crime against the people of Biafra, the genocide on Biafra consumed more than five million innocent Biafrans mainly children and women, breast feeding mothers were starved to death, those returning from Northern Nigeria were not spared in the pogrom. The bloody war crime was second compared to the Jewish holocaust in the history of mankind. History as a basic foundation for every student was delisted from the Nigerian School curriculum, certainly, to deny the upcoming generations not to know or be aware of the gory history that marred Nigerian existence and circumstances that played out against their helpless parents by the Nigerian government.
The British government interest was place above the interest of both Biafra and common Nigerians, their main aspiration was to have control over African continent through the proxy creation of Nigeria, by obliteration of Biafra from world map, not only to deny Biafrans their identity also to wipe them out from the surface of planet earth.
Democratic renaissance in Nigeria politics in 1999, slightly paves way for Biafra agitation as Movement for Actualization of Biafra MASSOB led by Chief Ralph Uwazuruike tried to bring Biafra agitation to the timeline of discussion. Unfortunately, he couldn’t make it probably because of frustrations by successive Nigerian government and other social vices; he – Uwazuruike succumbs into submission. Through IPOB led by her indefatigable leader – Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the reincarnation of dead heroes and heroines’ day forced mountains that can’t be move to be moved, volcano that keeps erupting and lavas that consumes enemies. It seems like a joke, IPOB’s were seen and called several useless names such as miscreants, jobless, children, touts and many more but to mention few.
It took Aso-Rock by storm that the underrated small pot [IPOB] succeeded in extinguishing the fire by shaking the foundation of this corrupt entity called Nigeria. IPOB is a platform through which all agitating groups and individuals extracted their zeal, morale to challenge the gestapo APC regime of atrocity. Although, it was not a bed of roses for the emancipation movement, IPOB stood firmed on her quest for freedom at all odds irrespective of series of military clampdowns that led to the many deaths of her people including the parents of the mass movement leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Over the radio when most Nigerians were snoring in a deep sleep, the supreme leader unequivocally said, Biafra restoration is imminent under this present generation and dismemberment of Nigeria is a task that must be done.
He – Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, continued to say that his personal mission on earth is to send the abominable man-made British government corrupt contraption to oblivion of non-existence of history. Allied by Oduduwa one voice and IPOB, triggers fear making concerned Nigerians to comments the possible total collapse of Nigeria. At least, IPOB is an eye opener to all under captivity to be emancipated from slavery, a call for referendum by Arewa Consultative Forum ACF simply means IPOB has been right all along. The same people that sees referendum as a call for war has made U-turn after realizing that restructuring is of no best option for Africa’s most populous nation to remain united when in actual sense restructuring is to continue to allowing Fulani mediocrity and Janjaweedism, where it is seen that everyone is under Fulani apron spring.
Source: The Biafra Post
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Radio Biafra Media