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Biafra: The Biafra Struggle For Survival, A Righteous Fight

                                    Biafra: The Biafra Struggle For Survival, A Righteous Fight

■ Author: Esiaba Chibuihe

■ Twitter:@umuchiukwu

■ 10.10.2023 

Since the year 2012 till date, the Biafra Struggle for survival championed by The Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) has dominated the media spaces in Nigeria and the world at large. 

Our ceaseless quest for an independent and sovereign state of Biafra has drawn the attention of conscientious people around the globe to the effect that Nigeria, a British construct is not meant for the survival of the Igbo people and the entire Biafran people. 

Biafrans are blessed with so many human and mineral resources which has been the reason some countries of the world have been supporting the corrupt Nigerian government on the marginalization of the Indigenous People in the Eastern part of Nigeria (The Biafran People)

Despite the global conspiracy against Biafra in 1967-70 (Biafra Genocide), Ndi Igbo has been struggling to be part of Nigeria, we've forced ourselves to be part of a state that sees us as a "Target-for-extermination" they've shown us this through politically, economically and otherwise that we don't belong here.

They've frustrated so many manufacturing companies in the East and forced many to shut down through their money and Forex monopoly policies including Nkalagu Cement factory (Nigercem) etc, and allowing Dangote ( A Northern Businessman) to enjoy some products Importation and production monopoly in Nigeria. 

Also, Read The State Of Nigeria, The British Manipulative Act, And The Fate Of Our Future Generations

There's no viable seaport and international airport, no good federal roads to create a business-enabling environment in the Southeast instead they siege our land with military checkpoints and barracks.

In all these persecutions against Biafrans, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB have remained the strong voice of freedom and hope to the helpless and hopeless Biafran masses and the entire Nigeria masses at large. IPOB as a peaceful movement has strategically and tactically remained on this righteous fight for freedom for over a decade now, but in response, the Nigerian and the British governments have recruited and raised criminals and agent provocateurs who have been trying to damage the Internationally recognized image of IPOB and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as a peaceful movement. 

Adding to the suffering and pain endured by our people. As Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will always say;  "You can never be in IPOB unless you are a child of God" They've tried on many occasions to push us and tell us where to fall, but thanks to Chi ukwu Okike Abiama we have an intelligent leadership in the IPOB Directorate Of State, headed by Mazi Chika Edoziem, who has strategically bypassed the enemies traps.

Biafra is our last hope for survival, that's why we have and continue to remain disciplined, determined and resolute in this righteous struggle for the emancipation of the Black race. We shall continue this fight for self-determination as recognized by the UN Charter on Indigenous rights. We don't engage in any act of criminality, that's why we've been able to separate and distance IPOB from criminal gangs and infiltrators sponsored by Nigeria's DSS headed by that Finland-based criminal. 

We have defeated them and their handlers, they have no other option than to FREE MAZI NNAMDI KANU who's a prisoner of conscience and give us a date for the Biafra referendum. 

May Chukwu Okike Abiama Puru ime ihe niile bless IPOB family worldwide and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

As we Move!

Written By Esiaba Chibuihe

Edited By Aguocha Chinwendum 

For Umuchiukwu Writers

Biafra: The State Of Nigeria, The British Manipulative Act, And The Fate Of Our Future Generations

 Biafra: The State Of Nigeria, The British Manipulative Act, And The Fate Of Our Future Generations

■ Author: Esiaba Chibuihe

■ Twitter:@umuchiukwu

■ 09.10.2023 

Every nation of the world has a priority of building and leaving a better future for the coming generation. They work hard to build a nation that the coming generations will be proud of.

There's this Ìgbo adage that says "That the prayer of every father is to have a child that will be greater than him". But can we apply this to Nigeria as a state?

"The foundation of any establishment or project defines the purpose of the founder".

Nigeria started as a British enterprise in 1879 (British Royal Niger Company) by George Goldie Taubman. The name Nigeria was founded by Fredrick Lugard, a British mercenary and a colonial administrator in 1914 (as suggested by his girlfriend, Flora Shaw) with the merging of the so-called 'Northern and Southern protectorate', to form its territorial shape, without the consent of the Indigenous People, the owners of the land. 

And this has been the number one problem in Nigeria. Right from the first census the British colonial government conducted in the territory called Nigeria today (in 1866), they manipulated the result to suit their purpose of interest. To date, the British government has passed on the 'manipulative act' to their puppets in power, the view and opinions of the majority of the masses doesn't count in Nigeria.

Still on the British Manipulative Act; 

The British government knows very well that forcing three different nations together will never work, Lugard admitted this by saying 

"That the North and South are like oil and water that can never mix"

Yet he went on to amalgamate us. 

We can't proceed without referring to what the so-called Nigeria founding fathers said about Nigeria's unity; 

(1)Abubakar Tafawa Balewa: 

“The Southern people who are swamping into this region daily in such large numbers are intruders; we don’t want them and they are not welcome here in the North. Since 1914, the British Government has been trying to make Nigeria into one country. But the people are different in every way, including religion, custom, language and aspirations, we in the North take it that Nigeria's unity is only a British intention for the country they created.

It Is Not For Us"

(2). Obafemi Awolowo: “Nigeria is only a geographical expression to which life was given by the diabolical amalgamation of 1914, that amalgamation will EVER remain the most painful injury the British Government inflicted on Southern Nigeria.”

(3)Ahmadu Bello: 

“The new nation called Nigeria should be an estate from our great grandfather, Othman Dan Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent a change of power. We must use the minorities in the North as willing tools, and the South as conquered territories and never allow them to have control of their future". From the 1945 Igbo massacre in Jos, till 1966, Ndi Igbo remained the target. 

The British manipulated and instigated some military officers including Kaduna Nzeogwu to carry out a coup d'etat, which was lately termed the 'Igbo Coup' by the BBC.  There was a serious drum and signs of war written all over Nigeria. A meeting was organized in Accra Ghana, where both parties of The Nigeria federal government headed by  Jack Yakubu Gowon and the delegates of the Eastern region led by Colonel Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu agreed not to use Force to avert the war. But to negotiate restructuring into regionalism, both parties signed an agreement of a devolution of power.

It was this same Britain that manipulated Jack Yakubu Gowon to not implement an agreement that was already signed. It was the refusal from Jack Gowon that made Ojukwu declare a separate state of Biafra to slow down the raging massacre of Igbos scattered all over Nigeria. 

The Nigerian government declared genocidal war on Biafra, a genocide that claimed the lives of over 3.5 million Biafrans, especially women and children. Biafra territory was under total air, land and sea blockade for three years. They used the weapon of starvation against Biafra. A genocide that was called the Nigeria/Biafra Civil War in 1967-70.

To date, Nigeria has remained a failed state, eaten by corruption, tribalism and the worst leadership in the history of mankind. A contraption where criminals with questionable characters are imposed on the masses, honoured and given leadership positions.

Everyone is doing as if nothing is happening, without considering the fate of our future generations. The masses are in serious pain, no electricity, no good roads, no standard health care, no quality education, no jobs, insecurity fueled by state actors, oppression and repression of the masses.

What is the hope of our future generations? This is what IPOB and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu are fighting for, a better future for everyone, a state where every citizen will be equal in the eyes of the law, a sane society where accountability will be the order of the day, a society of true democracy where imperialism has no place. 

Swallow your envy and jealousy, and support Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB for the total dissolution of Nigeria, for the sake of our future generations. Self-determination is the only way out.  As Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will always say;  "What makes us human beings is the ability to reason, analyze information and ask critical questions".

Our brain is the highest natural resource, not oil or gas, it's time we make good use of it. We pray and hope that Africa will be free someday, as we embark on this mental enlightenment and revolution.

Written By Esiaba Chibuihe

Edited By Aguocha Chinwendum 

Published By Umuchiukwu Writers

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