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Prince Nnamdi Kanu


It took me time to budge to the pressure to write this piece. I had been under intense pressure to demystify Mazi Nnamdi Kanu for long. I have taken the inescapable trouble to see beyond the mist and fog surrounding his true person: a personality encumbered in all ramifications. Brothers and sisters, join my train of thought as I unfurl the the superman in the man called Nnamdi Kanu, my own leader, the breaker of chains.
We are all humans chained to the material world, but we have in us what it takes to escape the mundane fetters. There is more to you as a person, and the other elusive component of your humanity comes into play when IMPULSIVE response is needed. Have you not done things that are beyond your material human ken? What I intend to prove to you all is that every human is a man-god; a material and spiritual entity; an embodiment of the corporeal and surreal. Recall the aphorism that says “Ye are gods”. Yes, man, having come from the Maker, shares in godism, a spark of God. Is it not a truism that what inheres in the father naturally passes on to the son? The Breath of Life, the soul in us, is actually a spiritual impartation from the Maker to the made.
Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the Ohamadike, is more of a man than most of us. Real men are those that are courageous enough to harness their human potentials. Humanity is a gift to be used by those who understand that our material makeup, body, limits our true human abilities. Gandhi, Martin Luther, Michael Jackson, and Nelson Mandela are quintessential man-gods, for they experienced ECSTASY. Ecstasy is freedom from the limitations of matter, a spiritual experience devoid of material consciousness, a feeling of supernatural excitement. Jackson felt it in music, Luther in his quest for eradication of racism in the US, Mandela in his determination to replace Apartheid in South Africa, and Gandhi in his quest to birth an egalitarian Indian Society along the lines of Dadabhai Naraoji. Ecstasy is recondite and only warriors, revolutionists, and spiritualists experience it often. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the Ohamadike I of Afaraukwu, the Director of IPOB worldwide, is the contemporary SUPERMAN.
Brothers and sisters, distinguished potential Biafra compatriots, it is my humble submission that we are privileged to have the only known SUPERMAN in our generation as the leader of this great imminent exodus of captives called IPOB. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, our indomitable and undaunted leader, experiences ecstasy whenever he leaves his home. 
He leaves the world for a moment each time unsolicited crowd build around him to make him feel loved and honoured. Mazi wears the crown today, not because he is privileged to but because he has EARNED it. He is now a man-god, for he allowed the spark of God in him override his material limitations. Yes, Prince Kanu dared the oppressive and suppressive contraption when the rest had been conquered. For some, especially the lily-livered and mentally enslaved Igbo, the VOICE (Kanu as presenter of Radio Biafra, London) was a noisemaker across the ocean. To their chagrin, the VOICE became flesh on the other side of the ocean. A feat very uncommon; a supermanic manifestation; an exhibition of non-Nigerian-ness indeed.
The contemporary Superman, having submitted himself, his pleasure, his sovereignty, and niceties of life to the object of his warranted spite and condemnation and having survived the gallows unscathed and unchanged, has become the crown prince of a would-be kingdom. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu walked the talk: from the VOICE to prison and then heroism. Today, he does not experience ecstasy intermittently anymore: he dwells in it. His forthrightness and humility continuously superimpose his spiritual being over his bodily component, keeping him in firm unity with the Maker (Chukwuokikeabiama/Tamuno/Oghene/Tamara/Abasi). Those who have been cavilling the sweetheart of the oppressed should note that he the Maker has chosen for a course He fortifies. He is our shepherd, pathfinder, leader, and hero. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is a momentous gift, one we may not be privileged to have again. We must guard him jealously.
He will continue to be the sugar before ants. Yes, anywhere he goes, there will be gatherings. There will be more gatherings. It is divine. No man can change it. Those that feel perturbed should save themselves the pains by giving us REFERENDUM. Referendum is the only panacea to peace for the oppressors and tormentors. Give us referendum and we will take our hero faraway from you. Those who obstinately sit on our right to plebiscite will continue to be stung by the heroic events of our Superman. Our profound love for Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is unflinching and boundless. We can only increase the tons of love. He who fights for the liberation of the oppressed, politically and economically alienated, prejudiced, and victimised will always be a Superman, a hero, and the people’s sweetheart. We shall always cavort in excitement whenever we see him. His presence brings the evasive ecstasy and breath of LIBERTY. There is always a celestial gathering wherever Mazi Nnamdi Kanu goes. We must follow his lead unquestionably. Rochas, Obiano, and every other politician in Nigeria will never experience ecstasy in life.

Note: We should follow Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s lead. As presenter back then, he was mercilessly truthful, and we should know it was the only way to annoy the oppressors. Today, however, he is soft-spoken and very articulate. Listen to his recent interviews and see the transformed leader he has become. It is time for some of us to stop fighting online. Stop arguing on the roads, streets, and market squares. That era is far gone. Delete any comment that leads to unnecessary arguments and abuses. Lose the debate and win Biafra. Follow Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s lead. All hail Biafra!

Russell Idatoru Bluejack is a thinker, university tutor, revolutionary writer, and socio-economic and political analyst that writes from Port Harcourt

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