Elochukwu Nicholas Ohagi Penned

One thing I understood from the recent events is that Nigerians are suffering from psychological defection. The evils happening in Nigeria has completely distorted their brains. That's why a Nigerian will praise a criminal politician and insult a freedom fighter or a pastor. 

IPOB boycott of election was more than 4years old. It came even before Atiku joined PDP from APC, not to talk of becoming PDP presidential candidate. 

But when IPOB maintained that they MUST boycott the election. Nigerians supporting Atiku accused them of being bribed by Buhari. 

IPOB exposed the impostor in Aso Rock, they refused to accept facts. Their only argument was that it's impossible to fool Nigerians. That's when they have been fooled for more than 50years by Nigeria politicians.

IPOB having stated that their demands have been met, those that never supported the freedom of Biafra are asking us to tell them about the demand. Why need a demand you don't even support. We owe you no explanation. 

But you can keep ranting about the impossibility of getting our demand met. I have personally studied Nnamdi Kanu's twit on the calloff of that election boycott. I noticed that the twitt never mentioned Nigeria Federal government. It means it didn't come from them. Personally, I believe that the international powers that needs the Sudanese impostor out are much. And I believe those powers are behind the historic announcement made by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

Serial idiots can still continue fooling themselves. I am after genuine comrades who fails to understand that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has cross the line already and can't betray the struggle. If he didn't betray us when he suffered  humiliation, imprisonment and assassination attempts, why should he do same now.

This is a critical time and Biafrans must be united. Don't stain yourselves with the mindset of a Nigerian. It's a rotten mindset. 

Stop debating what IPOB has achieved with unthinking people. Believe me, I don't even believed we have achieved anything until Biafra is restored. That's the only bragging points worth using. That is our only achievement. To restore Biafra. 

We need to silence lots of people here by ignoring them. Ignore them completely. Be disciplined!

I am Elochukwu Ohagi, I stand with freedom

Elochukwu Nicholas Ohagi Penned

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