NNAMDI KANU: The Hand of Nature
By O. M. Egbujor
7th July 2017
I have been reading lately the incessant attack on Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB comming from Igbos who originally arrogated leadership to themselves, the so-called thieves in government in the name of legislooters. I have read also the home based Igbos verociously attacking those in diaspora for taking them out of their comfort zone of corruption and abandoning them in the wilderness. In fact, the only reason the agents of corruption on the part of Igbos are attacking Nnamdi Kanu is the fact that they are being reminded of their obligation by their Nigerian counterparts in taking part in the looting of the national treasury. They have been lying to the people they represent and shouting of marginalisation without any intention of doing anything about it.
Now that Heaven has sent Nnamdi Kanu to liberate his people, these agents of evil and corruption have realised that they have lost their self-assumed leadership. The emergence of Nnamdi Kanu and the mental emancipation of Igbos, especially Igbo youth has dawn on those executhieves, legislooters and judisharing of national wealth that their days are numbered. They know that Biafra will not tolerate all those nonsense that they have been partaking in Nigeria. Now they are reacting and it is natural. Igbos have been patient for fifty (50) years as their brothers and sisters joined hands with other tribes in Nigeria in oppressing and marginalising them. It has taken those in diaspora to intervene and emancipate their people as those at home are traitors, agents of corruption and partakers in surpressing their own people. Those in diaspora have taken it upon themselves to liberate their people. Now, all agents of corruption on the Igbo side are complaining because they have realised that their days are numbered.
The reaction of Igbo thieves in Nigerian government is not new. This happened in Israel when Moses was leading his people out of Egypt. Igbos, are you surprise? The time has come and we must reach to the promised land. That promised land is Biafra, and we are getting there. It is a matter of time. The Igbos are asking for freedom. They are asking for peace, and they are asking for justice. I use this opportunity to ask all Igbos to be patient, be law abiding and hope for a better future. It is your right to live in peace, it is your right to be independent and it is your right to aspire to a better future. May God bless the Igbos and the entire East. I request you to ignore the voices of those drowning Igbo thieves in the name of legislooters and self-imposed leaders whose days are numbered. Those who criticise Nnamdi Kanu should reflect, has anyone in Igboland or indeed, Nigeria ever enjoyed such popularity as Nnamdi Kanu is enjoying now? The Hand of God is on Nnamdi Kanu and he shall succeed. Do not touch my anointed! May God bless Biafra and the innocent peoples of Nigeria.