My Response to All Those Who Think Nnamdi KANU is a Fool

Obodo Johnbosco Chimokwu, You said, I quote!
"We must vote Buhari out", My question is?

Were you (from the South East) the one that voted Buhari in?
Okay, that aside,

  • Why is the number of the states in the South East limited to 5, while other states are minimum 6? You think it’s political?
  • Why can't FG order and make use of INNOSON MOTORS? Just like other nation do, promoting indigenous manufacturers to create employment and economic vibrancy?
  •  Why was SAVANNA BANK destroyed? A bank that was competing with First Bank then.
  • Why was IBETO CEMENT/RICE destroyed? IBETO was doing better than Dangote!
  • Why do people who are educationally less develop be the ones leading you? You think such nation will ever move forward?
  • Why are all the Defence apparatus of this Zoo headed by unintelligent, educationally less developed officers? Men who lack defence intelligence.
  • Why are your {South East} top military officers being retired by force?
  • Why can't Federal Infrastructure be sited in the South East?
  • Why can't there be a "Dry Port in Onitsha” as it is in Kaduna, and by the way who are these importers?

Do you think it’s all by chance?

Please let's think and liberate ourselves and our future before its late.




My Response to All Those Who Think Nnamdi KANU is a Fool

Globally, people are waking up to stop injustice done against their people.

# why do you think Britain want to exit EU?
# why did Eritrea cut off from Ethiopia?
# Catalonia want to leave Spain
# USSR split into pieces 
# Ambazonia want freedom from French Cameron, the list continues

Most importantly, What is Federalism? And why can't it be fully implemented here? Why are the owners of this contraption (Nigeria- Britain's Business Centre) afraid of Restructuring? Have you ever wondered why Britain is afraid of letting Biafra go? Or you think the fight is against the "Sokoto Caliphate"?

It will shock the whole fearful people in Nigeria to know that if Nnamdi KANU do not continue from where Odimegwu Ojukwu stopped in this struggle, there are a million and one more fierce, battle ready, more determined men and women in Biafra land that will take up the cross.

And if anyone thinks Nnamdi KANU is looking for fame, such person should try mobilize just 100 people (without giving them money/food) and see if they will follow.

Biafra MUST be free.
All hail Biafra!




Mazi Nnamdi Kanu 2

Chief Obasanjo
“My friends who are not from the East of Nigeria where Igbos come from often ask me why there is so much anger in the East and among Igbos. Some wonder why, despite the famed Igbo”
History: Biafra Opening The Eyes Of Black Race
Her Majesty The Queen
I have followed closely the recent Biafra agitations and the comments for and against as well as the belief that Biafra only came in 1967 or that Biafra is only Igbo or landlocked.
One Nigeria, One Big Corruption: The British Made "Nigeria" that is Riddled with Corruption Has Expired and Ripe for Break-up
Nigeria Logo vs Biafra Logo

What are we waiting for? Isn’t it very obvious even to the daftest that the contraption called Nigeria is a failed state by every definition and every parameter? Is this what a country of 186 million people supposed to be? Should we continue to sustain a country that is unsustainable?
Details of 1914 Amalgamation of Nigeria
Map of Nigeria
Sir Frederick Lugard’s Confidential Memorandum on the Administration of Nigeria
The Atrocities of Nigeria Islamic Army on Christians in the South East of Nigeria
Killing Unarmed 02
The Atrocities Committed on Defenceless Christian Civilians in Abia State, South East, Biafra Land by Nigeria Islamic Army
Biafra is not Igbo and Igbo is not Biafra
Map of Biafra-s
Many have been misled to believe that the defunct Republic of Biafra was another name for the Igbo ethnic group in Nigeria. This notion is totally untrue. The defunct Republic of Biafra was the name for the entire eastern region of Nigeria as at May 30, 1967, which comprised of 8 provinces namely
Meaning of Igbo in Nigeria’s Geopolitics
Meaning of Igbo in Nigeria’s geopolitics
Depending on where one is standing, in Nigeria, the name Igbo is a compound word that includes many ethnic groups heaped together.