By Onyeibe Onyeibe
From the Home Office of the Indigenous People of
Biafra, we write to remind our great people of Biafra,
friends of Biafra and lovers of freedom that May
30th is here again, a momentous day for the
remembrance of our fallen heroes and heroines who
resolutely fought to resist Islamisation, tyranny,
enslavement and ensured that we exist as a people
as God intended, hence we must honor their
memory and respect the ultimate sacrifice they
wholeheartedly made to ensure that we are alive
today as a people and a race.
We appeal to all and sundry who believe in justice
and freedom to fully comply with the sit at home
directive of our able and indefatigable leader Mazi
Nnamdi Kanu come May 30th to register our
dissatisfaction, displeasure and grievance against
this wicked and murderous contraption called
Nigeria imposed on us by the children of Satan
from a distant land called Britain.
We must comply because we have no stake in the
British Zoo called Nigeria as clearly seen and
proven times without number that we are not wanted
and will never be accepted by those who seek to
ultimately destroy us and take over our land.
It is very obvious that we are seen as infidels and
therefore only worth beheading and massacring by
those who claim to be Nigerians and that is why
when we seek bread they give us stones, seek for
peace they give us hatred, seek for justices they
give us injustice and when we seek for life they give
us death, agony, sorrow, bitterness and affliction
and therefore the ultimate question remains how
can we keep on living this way and for how long?
Today we say NO to the murderous enclave called
Nigeria by rejecting them and all their Satanic
shenanigans starting with sitting at home on the
30th day of May this year to make it clear to the
whole world that we are tired of this kingdom of
darkness and wants a better life to enable us
develop and contribute meaningfully to the
development of mankind Remember it is our duty to
restore Biafra for in Biafra our life begins.
Say No to
Nigeria and be proud to stand tall and defend the
quest for the restoration of Biafra.