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Did Barr Ralph Uwarzurike abandon Biafra?

03 April 2014, 12:28 Onyeji Dominic

"I respect Uwazurike for igniting the Biafran spirit. But the truth must be told. He has abandoned the struggle diplomatically," said Leonardo Cyma. He made this comment in response to one of my articles which was posted on facebook for public. It was titled "NO GOD, NO LIBERATOR FROM HEAVEN". I posted a copy of it on a facebook group created for Rev. Mbaka of Adoration Ministry. That was where he commented.

Diplomatic abandonment! Good talk! I mean this fellow (Leonardo Cyma) really made sense here. I liked the comment because something told me that it proceeded from sincerity. The truth in it was undiluted because the personality spoke out of genuineness. It is a typical replica of home truth from right angle of a right mind in jungle.

Every sensible adult should know that Leonardo Cyma spoke his mind here but let me ask! What is truth? I mean somebody ought to pay a visit to Jesus in heaven. We need to ask him some vital questions for good. If we ask me, I will say that Jesus and Uwazurike are "one" in many ways. Both of them are equally questionable.

Come to think of it! What could Jesus do after the people had rejected him and also nailed him on the Cross? I mean why did he ascend into heaven after he arose from death? He did not continue to lead the people who crucified him. Why If he was not a big for nothing coward, why did he abandon his earthly ministry and ran away from the wicked souls who nailed him on the Cross? He had power to resurrect from death but the power was not there for him to remain as leader on earth. Why?

Please, these questions above are not rhetorical. Someone should take them to heaven for Jesus to answer. What I know is that Barr Ralph Uwazurike was Jesus in Biafra. He was dully and officially crowned to rule and lead as king of Biafra. The people knew that he preceded Ojukwu, the late "Moses" of Biafra. They crowned him as king but the people (Biafrans) rejected him publicly and blatantly. If we ask the wise, they will tell us that Uwazurike was crucified by Biafran fools in realism. He had risen from death, and he had equally ascended into heaven. It means that Biafra shall not come until the savior returns or descends from heaven again. Who knows when? Nobody knows? Sorry!

My candid advice to the people is that they should check well! I mean if we are wise and insightful, we should see that the world has been all ears. I see the globe in entirety watching.

Just look well! You will perceive that all ears and eyes are on Biafra-Nigeria issues. Everybody is hearing and watching but we (Biafrans) are not behaving. That is the problem. No manners! No decorum! No savior! No liberator! I said sorry to the people!

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