Why are Igbo one-Nigerians always been deceived by their fellow one-Nigerians from other regions? The Igbo one-Nigerians always claim they know too much than those they called miscreants and accused as having herd-mentality, but conversely, in actual sense they are the ones with herd-mentality. Nothing is in that their brains, not one kobo sense except the English language they write on Facebook.
How come, the same local security outfit they joined other one-Nigerians and kicked against in Igbo land is what they are applauding today in Yoruba land? How come, the same Yoruba people that joined the North and vehemently opposed Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and supported the unlawful tag of terrorists on IPOB just because they formed a local vigilante group called BSS to secure their people in the obvious activities of the marauding herdsmen in Igbo land? Surprisingly and suddenly, the same people who opposed it have turned around and did the same thing they fought against in Igbo land. They have now EMPOWERED, ARMED (LEGALIZED) their OPC militants as local security outfit to protect their region.
Note, I’m not against them, in fact I welcome it. I commend them. They should carry on. I support justice anywhere I see it. But my point in this post is, why is Yoruba people always in the business of deceiving and betraying Igbo one-Nigerians, Ohanaeze and Co. into thinking they are together with them in that one-Nigeria, whereas they are not? Even as I support their Amotekun yet, I have to say the truth about them. E.g. “Fake shake of hands across the Niger.”
Why do the Yorubas and the North always use and dump these Igbo selfish one-Nigerians? The same local security outfit the Yoruba people and their media kicked against in Igbo land and carried all manner of fake news and propaganda against Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB and hailed the docile Igbo governors for unlawfully proscribing IPOB in their OWN LAND, is the same thing the Yorubas have done with OPC without thinking and minding how anybody feels about it.
I would have said, how I wish these docile Igbo governors and their Facebook supporters would learn, but I won’t say that because they can never learn.
Only Biafra will save us.
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Radio Biafra Media