7 thoughts on “Biafra struggle takes a new turn”

  1. the world should listen to the cry of this group and know if they are right.UN , EU and the world at large should not close their eyes until it gets worse.People has right to self determination with out letting of blood.

  2. the world should listen to the cry of this group and know if they are right.UN , EU and the world at large should not close their eyes until it gets worse.People has right to self determination with out letting of blood.

  3. Perhaps Okorocha deserves this embarrassment. I don't like the neo-Biafrans either and they have their own problems, but this governor is certainly serving the Islamist agenda that is in force now in Nigeria. Okorocha has used state television to promote Islam, had Islamic charities go into Imo to work in neglected areas, and has paid converts for turning to Islam. I am not someone who fears Islam, but using the state to spread it can mean a nefarious agenda. Also, there are reasons for the Biafran agitation as well as MEND, Boko Haram, etc that has to do with the foundation of Nigeria. We can expect more until we restructure our nation properly. We can see that Buhari will not do it as those supporting him are resistant (it will harm the Islamist agenda to restructure) and who would believe that Buhari will now have any moral right to defend Nigeria's unity after he called for Jerusalem (a city that Israel captured in a defensive war in 1967) to return to Arab control in its entirety thus being the first leader to ever call for that publicly. Let us not forget that Buhari was part of the war to reunite Nigeria. But unless he will change course, he will not stop more of this type of thing from emerging and that will be very sad.

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