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Anarchy and headless kingdom

18 June 2014, 14:51 Onyeji Dominic

"...we, the Igbo, have no king but weak leaders," said Ifeanyi Chukwu Vincent. Well spoken! Great point from a great mind in Biafra!

Let me remind the public that there are two categories of people bearing the name "Igbo" in jungle. The two are Biafran Igbo and Nigeria Igbo. If we ask the wise, they will tell us that Biafran Igbo have neither King nor leaders unlike Nigeria Igbo which have no king and weak leaders. Their leaders are from Nigeria because their positions, official duties and portfolios are owned and controlled by the dead country, Nigeria. They include governors, council chairmen and what have you.

As far as Biafra and formality are concerned, Igbo people have no King and no leadership at all. They rather have a headless kingdom known to the wise as anarchy. This is true because the people blatantly rejected their formal and legal forum known as MASSOB which bears their official throne and red cap (royal crown). The public rejection had finally culminated into anarchy in realm of jungle.

I said these several times to the people but they did not pay heed to the wise. One of my articles which they read in this regards is titled, "ANARCHY IN GUISE!" That is one big challenge facing Biafra in jungle.

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