Biafrans Believes Donald Trump Abhors Injustice And Will Stand Up To Defend The Oppressed
Ben Alvin Obi
For Family Writers
19th January 2017
Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari has always believed that he can kill Biafrans and incarcerate the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra Mazi Nnamdi Kanu with impunity and nobody will hold him accountable.
Same way Buhari hates Biafrans is same way he has shown his unreserved hatred towards the emergence of Donald Trump as the successor to Barack Obama as President of the United States of America. The Nigerian government has been accused of dolling out millions of dollars for Clinton campaign in the just concluded US election that saw the emergence of Donald J Trump as the 45th president of the United State of America; however, Buhari and his cohorts failed woefully because God has already projected the victory of Trump whom He shall use to restore the dignity of America and humanity.
The Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has shown himself to the world as a big liar and killer of Biafrans. Buhari as a tyrant has subjected Biafrans to unimaginable suffering and hardship. The poor masses are dying every day as a result of hunger and many others are leaving the shores of Nigeria in droves to the Europe for greener pastures under harsh climatic condition.
When I interviewed an Hausa man at Owerri in Imo state, Biafra land, he openly told me that Buhari is a radical Fulani man just as Nnamdi Kanu described him, and he has spilled a lot of innocent blood.
The whole world knows that Nnamdi kanu has been released unconditionally by courts of competent jurisdiction on several occasions, but Buhari remains hell bent on keeping him illegally in prison.
As a result of his unlawful incarceration Biafrans have staged both local and international protests telling the world about his detention, the subjugation and the massacre of Biafrans in Nigeria. As a tyrant, Buhari has ordered the arrest and serious clamp down on anybody in Nigeria that condemns the incessant killing of Biafrans.
Self determination is not a crime, and this inalienable right is what Biafrans are exercising, because we no longer want to be part of an artificially created Nigeria. A marriage can never be by force.This is why Biafrans are keeping hope alive that Donald Trump's administration will perfectly stand up for the truth and help Biafrans to get justice. The amalgamation done by Fredrick Lugard has expired, therefore the brutal suppression of Biafra restoration and the unlawful incarceration of Nnamdi Kanu the leader of IPOB will yield no good fruit to Buhari and his cohorts, rather it will bring destruction and condemnation to Buhari and Nigeria.
Edited by Paul Ihechi Alagba
For Family Writers
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