THE anti-Biafra freedom columnist, writing recently in saharareporters.com, notes:
If a referendum were held today, there is no doubt that over 70% of people in the five south-east states would vote YES for separation. A little over 50% in Rivers State would also vote YES. Between 40% and 50% would vote YES in other south-south states: Bayelsa, Delta, Cross River, Akwa Ibom and Edo. A similar result might be reproduced if the people of the south-west were to be subjected to a referendum to determine whether Oduduwa republic should come into being. Therefore, the Federal Government should not agree to a referendum. (upper case designations above as well as snippets of the Nigerian-occupation bogus geopolitical lexicon referencing Biafra are in the original –HE-E)
So, what’s the fuss of “one Nigeria”? Just what is this “one Nigeria”? Whose “one Nigeria” is it? Britain’s, its creator, and the latter’s indolent north region-based feudal retrograde client Fulani islamist/jihadist overseers (inaugurated by Britain in the 1940s/1950s) infamously opposed to (Igbo-led) African liberation from the British occupation (1930s-October 1960) and etched on the illusory hierarchy of this grotesquely subjugating edifice? Who?
BIAFRANS are redefining the dynamics of the march for freedom in Africa. Biafra will be free. The columnist must start getting used to this development. Nigeria, this essentially anti-African imperium is, in fact, in freefall with its epitaph already signposting its dreadful history: Haematophagous Monster.
If the Scots had voted the 70 per cent score the columnist assigned to a possible Biafra referendum-run (see quote above), Scotland would have been independent of Britain today! David Cameron, British prime minister, wouldn’t have dared oppose this outcome. This is because David Cameron is a democrat and respects the rights of 5 million Scots to freedom. This is an inalienable right for all peoples (http://re-thinkingafrica.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/rights-for-scots-rights-for-igbo.html, accessed 22 November 2015).
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