By Godwin  Chinedu
September 11, 2016

28th August 1963, Martin Luther King JR call for an end to racism in the United States of America marks a defining moment in the nation move towards civil rights, in which he said I have a dream one day BLACK will rule AMERICA.

45 years after on 4th November 2008 President Barack Obama defeated Republican presidential nominee John McCain to become the first ever black man to be elected to the office the United state of America presidency. One may think that Obama coming into power will bring an end to racism and suffering to the black race in America, Africa and the world as a whole.

President Barack Obama has stayed close to 8years in the office left with few months to leave, what will history write about the first ever black man to be president of America. It quite ironic that with Obama years in the seat of power the black in American is still subjected to the same old racial discrimination and killings. It seems there has not been any significant change; we have seen several cases of racism against the black all over the world. 

Down here in Africa we live on a lonely Island of poverty, we are still sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination, many black Africans are languishing in many corners of European countries. One of the Africans on the top of the list is Biafrans. Africans journey to self-imposed exile has lead to the death of millions in the Mediterranean sea all in the bid to escape scorching poverty. 

This goes to show that President Barack Obama has failed to delivery the expected economic and political freedom Africans anticipated when he was elected as the president of a free world, and he is also about to lose his last chance to save the black race from total slavery by not supporting the restoration of the sovereign state of Biafra.

The Democrat under Obama has failed Biafrans and also defaulted on the July 4th1776 declaration of independence and all the promissory notes. This note was a promise that all men both black and white would be guaranteed the Unalienable right to life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness. 

But we the Biafrans refused to believe that the people of America have failed us, that is why we are writing to the American government to remind her and her citizens of the intense urgency to support the restoration of sovereignty of Biafra nation. 

This is not the time to engage in the luxury of cooling off or to take the tranquillizing drug of gradualism. Now is the time to make real the promise of democracy that is the universal law under the UN charters on self-determination. By implication, the Nigeria government under Buhari has time unnumbered violated this law with the illegal detention of the leader of IPOB Nnamdi Kanu and constant killing of unarmed peaceful Biafrans. 

Now is the time to rise from the dark and desolate valley of segregation to the sunlit path of racial justice. It's time to restore pride & joy in Africa and the entire black race by supporting Biafra and make justice a reality in the life of every human. It would be shameful for America under Obama to overlook the cry of Biafrans and the urgency of the moment. The oppression, poverty, killing and suffocating of Biafrans will not stop until there is an invigorating autumn of freedom for the Biafran people. 

For those who think that the killing of unarmed Biafrans will prevent us from agitating for our freedom, are hallucinating because we have sworn an oath to restore Biafra and there will be neither rest or tranquility in Nigeria until the people of Biafra are free from Nigeria. 

So we call on all the good people of America to stand up to what America is known, that's freedom and justice for all mankind no matter where he come from. Support Biafra now.

God bless America
God bless Biafra 

Godwin  Chinedu writes for BiafraPost
Editor/Publisher: EmmaNnaji
For Biafra Reporters


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