Biafra: The Arrogance of Fulani Herdsmen

Author : Mazi Eze Elijah Ifeanyi,
Twitter: @Umuchiukwu_writ
Date: 26th June,  2019

Fellow Biafrans and Lovers of freedom, it is now obvious that the Fulani Islamic extremists are doing everything possible to facilitate the takeover and total subjugation of Biafran land. The Islamization agenda which Fulani people have been executing is now at its climax since Rtd General Muhammad Buhari took over the mantle of leadership in Nigeria as the executive president on May 29th, 2015.

My people for the Mietti Allah (herdsmen) to make an inquiry for the federal government of the zoo called Nigeria to permit them to establish their own security groups in the south East is enough for our people to know that we are considered less than slaves in Nigeria and by the Nigerians. It is time for us to begin to ask ourselves questions on what and what is to be our benefit being in the Luciferic empire called Nigeria.

So, I am beginning to consider the person who wrote on social media that Nnamdi KANU owns an apology to the animals for calling Nigeria zoo. Because Zoo is better than Nigeria. One of the actors in Nigerian movies of the Igbo extraction said in one of the films called Issakaba that, even in a jungle where the lion is the king, the subordinates are treated with some level of respect. The way the federal government of Nigeria is underrating the Igbos shows that we are conquered, people. 

But the question is, do we agree to be a conquered people?

The present generation of Ndigbo and Biafrans, in general, has risen to say No for being considered as a second class or conquered people in a country in which they produce 95% of the resources that are being needed for survival. We are saying no to the slaughter of our people on a daily basis in the process of religious dominance and discrimination. 

We say no to the partiality that inundates the sharing of the so-called national cake in the zoo called Nigeria. We say no to the exploitation of resources by the Fulani and the northern extraction at the detriment of our people.

So, we as a people, have decided to follow any genuine leader who prioritizes the welfare of our people. And that very leader is Mazi Nnamdi Kenneth Okwudilichukwu KANU. The prince of Afaraukwu Ibeku in Umuahia Abia province in Biafra land. The Supreme Leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra. 

He is the only man that courageously opposed the Fulani empire and their treacherous plan to create Vigilant groups in Biafra land. Nnamdi has done more than any other leader has and can do in the history of  Ndigbo and Biafrans in general. My questions now are: How ready are we to follow the footsteps of Nnamdi KANU? 

How prepared are we to confront the Fulani vampires? Which plan do we have to avoid the forceful annexation of our land by the Fulani vampires? Which measure are we going to apply to terminate the plans of the Fulani herdsmen to Islamize our people?

In my own point of view, I suggest that we need to individually and collectively support Nnamdi KANU by joining IPOB nearest family zones or units. And being a member of IPOB alone is not enough. We need to be financially updated ahead of our readiness to subdue the enemy.

Secondly, we need to propagate the good news of Biafra to the remotest parts of the world especially where Biafrans live. We need to educate the uneducated especially our children on the issue of Biafra. 

We should buy arms and ammunition because it is so dangerous to pursue a viper with bare hands. More so, we should pray faithfully for Chukwuabiama to help and protect us as we embark on the struggle.

Edited By Ezekwereogu John
Published By Nwaiwu Chiukwuebuka 
For Umuchiukwu writers.

 

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