By Odirachinma Ezeobi - TBP
July 14, 2017

Time they say heal all wounds but sometimes new events tends to hurt old wounds. Some time in 2011, during the presidential campaign Muhammadu Buhari the incumbent president of Nigeria during his campaign had threatened that; "monkeys and baboons shall soak in blood if he loses out in the election". Fortunately for Nigerians, by crook or hook, Buhari happens to win the election and became the executive president of Nigeria, many Nigerians were rejoicing when the result was announced not because they wish he win but because their blood will not have to be used to appease the gods of Daura.

Nigerians accepted that they were monkeys and baboons without raising any argument or charges against Buhari for using such words on them and their dear country until when the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra Mazi Nnamdi Kanu argued that Nigeria is more or less like a zoo where animals are kept in check, he was for the benefit of doubt standing on the already existing protocol laid down by Buhari while declaring Nigeria a zoo.

It is the climax of hypocrisy seeing Nigerians castigate and calling for Nnamdi Kanu's head for daring referring to Nigeria as a zoo even as Buhari was the originator of "the concept of animal kingdom in Nigeria"

Common sense made it known to humanity that animals like monkeys and baboons are found in a wild life reserve, wild forest or a zoo; why then did most Nigerians didn't pick offence with the daura man who not only call them animals but threatened to slaughter them all if they didn't abide by his rules?

Why were they quick in attacking Nnamdi Kanu; a man who with evidence and provable reasons placed the country in the category of places he felt convenient for the people who already accepted being animals?

Nevertheless, our attention has been drawn to the recent statement credited to the wife of the ailing president while she paid her husband a visit in an undisclosed London hospital. Mrs Aisha Buhari while replying to a Facebook post from Shehu Sani who made a veiled reference to alleged intrigues and power play in government circle in President Buhari's absence; Mrs Buhari was quoted to have said "the lion king will soon be back to send away all the hyenas and jackals from his "kingdom, God has answered the prayers of the weaker animals who had been praying for the quick recovery of the lion king...

According to Aisha Nigerians should not expect the return of a democratic leader but that of an emperor who is coming back not to develop his empire but to deal decisively and ruthlessly with all those that speak or did anything against him while he was away. Nigeria has now been "officially declared as an animal kingdom and also classified into three:

▪ The hyenas (those expecting the president to die so they take over)

▪ The jackal (the cabals taking advantage of his absence to store wealth for themselves without keeping any for him).

▪ The lesser animals (pitiably the suffering masses that have been working for the betterment of nigeria for ages).

The leader of the indigenous people of Biafra Mazi Nnamdi KANU had not only been vindicated but placed high as a lover of Nigerians for calling them a zoo not wild animals like the first lady had claimed. Mr Kanu is still facing trials more or less for his speeches against Nigeria while the likes of Muhammadu Buhari and his wife are been celebrated and glorified everyday even though their words holds more of strong vituperative poison than that of Nnamdi Kanus could hold.

Nigerians are not in doubt whatsoever of what they should be expecting from the return of the lion king if he ever returns.
Bloodshed, imprisonment, banishing, looting and more looting is the promise of the great return of the emperor - the lion king.

(Mazi Odirachinma Ezeobi writes for The Biafra Post - TBP. He celebrates his birthday today; 14 July, 2017. On behalf of the TBP crew, join us to wish him a "Blessed Birthday" as he works tirelessly for the coming of the Nation of Biafra)

Editor/Publisher: Chinwe Korie
Twitter: @ckorie17



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