By Nwawube Ezeobi | Biafra Reporter

June 05, 2021

Following the illegal abduction and kidnapping of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by the Nigerian terrorist government in Kenya, this is a continental notoriety gangsterism on a play by the duo governments in international laws and relation; this criminality is against all international conventions and treaties with respect to a person or group of persons seeking for refugee, asylum on a foreign land for the safety of his or her life. 

The illegal abduction and the subsequent extradition exercise by the Kenya - Nigeria government's infamous relationship, there has been mix reaction which overtly betrays the deep ethnic alignment, lord-serf relationship and of course the reckless and lawlessness mindedness of the Nigerian leaders that exposed Africa at large for the rest of the world to see. In the North as being controlled by the Fulani oligarchy, there has been wide jubilation over the re-arrest of the IPOB leader by the Fulanis' who has always seen Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as their greatest enemy of all times because Mazi Nnamdi Kanu refused them to enslave his people, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu refused them to conquer his Biafra people and forceful taking over their ancestral lands. 

One would mistaken the re-arresting of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as the obliteration of Boko-Haram terrorists in the North but that is far from the truth. If care is not taken, one would mistaken the kidnap with the freedom of thousands of school boys and girls being held captive by the terrorist groups in the North. Someone asked me if the arrest of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has helped to improve the lives of the Northern populace who are held down by the selfishness of the few in power.

I equally within the few days observed that the number of Northern beggars in the streets have not been reduced since the arch enemy of the Nigerian state was kidnapped from Kenya. 

In the East, celebrations have secretly and obviously been going on within the Eastern  governors camp who only sees Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as the only stumbling block to their political ambitions. None of them is interested in the plight of the people they rule rather they are majorly concerned over their political interest. It may equally interest you to behold that their political interest is all about who can slave better than the other for the Fulani oligarchy.  It is all about, who will gain more unmerited favour in the face of Fulani oligarchy and has nothing to do with attracting infrastructural developments to their respective states. 

The obvious silence of the governors is a prove of their acceptance and approval of the kidnap of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. The only politician who foolishly found his voice to speak up was Victor Umeh who only judged and ruled that Mazi Nnamdi kanu is guilty of the killing of police officers, army officers etc but he ignorantly never made mention of the killings of the Igbos by the Nigerian Military and her other sister departments. The celebration down East by the few Fulani slaves is selfish interest motivated. It was only a Middle Beltan governor in name of Samuel Ortom that condemned the kidnap of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu who only was agitating for freedom and liberation of his people while the real terrorists are roaming the street free.

Can someone tell them all that is not yet "UHURU" for them to celebrate as the people whose leader is being held against his human are not all dead as wished by the gullible Fulani youths coupled with the Fulani Nigerian government. There is no justification ever for the stifling of self-determination call whereas it is being seen as promoting hate speech in Nigeria. Today Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is being held captive, tortured and dehumanised for asking that his people be allowed to be free from a union that is hurting and hunting them down.

To our surprise, all those who are actively in the daily killings, raping and destruction of lives and property's of non Fulanis are roaming the streets free with the Federal government back up. At worst they are begged, paid and bribed to stop killing; belonging to Nigeria is a crime against humanity and dying while fighting to be free from this slavery is a price every Biafran is ready to pay and an honour every Biafran is willing to receive. We are not begging Nigeria to release our leader rather we are begging them to accept the inevitable tsunami coming their way if any untold story happens to the life of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

God Bless the Sovereign State of Biafra.

Edited by Ndubuisi Eke

Twitter Handle: @NdubuisiEke07

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