Still trying to understand what this “Biafra” guys want. First it was having to get or create their own country “Biafra Nation” with just the igbos, now, they have added the Idomas (My own brothers and sisters), Ibibio and some others which is quite ridiculous. Very soon they would add the igala(s) also from Kogi state, i.e the Ogugu(s) to be precised, because they share same barbaric Culture.
Deliberating on this, this Kanu guy that is agitating for the very impossible task is a “British Citizen” fa, and am really concerned, what is the basic mission? what does he really want?
Well, i think, things should be done with and in due process. First, relocate “all” the Biafrans from Nigeria, Trust me, we can do without them. those holding political post in Nigeria should be removed with immediate alacrity instead of druming the war beat. Its so unfair, People are being killed for this cause, Another Civil war? No! Not in my Generation…
Hear the words of Mr. Kanu (Oga Biafra)
The Idoma, The People Of The South-South Are Biafrans – Kanu
According to Kanu, apart from the people from the South-East geo-political zone “the ideology of Biafra is the freedom, the emancipation of all the Biafran people, which means all the people bound genetically, culturally and by the same value system. In other words, I am talking about those who understand the history of the Biafra people. I am talking about the Idoma people, the Igbo people, the Efik, Ibibio, Anang, Ijaw, Itsekiri, the Urhobo and the Anioma people.
All these are Biafra families. If you go to a village or town, for instance, Oturpko, they have four market days – Eke, Orie, Afor and Nkwo. And when people say that these people are not Igbo people or that they are not related to Igbo people, it becomes a thing of wonder. How is it possible that people that have Eke, Orie, Afor and Nkwo as their market days are not related to Igbo people?
So, we are all related. We are the same people genetically, in terms of our complexion, in terms of our attitude. I want you to go to any market in Warri, for instance. Stand back and take a picture of that market, then, go to any Igbo town or village, take a picture of the market and tell me if you can tell the difference. There is no difference.”
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