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Government and the Unity Project of Biafra

10 September 2013, 15:50 Onyeji Dominic Uzoech

Biafra is a great land of the wise. Insight revealed it and intuition whispered it to the wise everywhere that Biafra is a great "light" to the world. This is evident and conspicuous in both fantasy and reality. Igbo people are globally known for productivity, creativity and wisdom, and Biafra is dominated by the Igbos. We are mentally seen as "Irokos" (great and fruitful trees from a great and fruitful land of the wise)

Truthful and sincere wise fellows in life know quite well that Biafra and Nigeria are naturally in opposition, not in enmity. Both are opposing friends that cannot co-exist or live together as one nation. Biafra has government, and the government of Biafra is as real as government of Nigeria. Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu remained our President until he died. The system of Government he left behind is now under reformation. This is why it appears as if Biafrans are not united. Heaven and earth know that we are one. Biafrans are not divided.

System of government in Biafra is vibrant because wise men are many among us. What people (laymen) are counting or seeing as disunity among us is regarded as opposition in government. If we ask the learned, they will tell us that opponent is good while enemy is bad. Both terms are different things.

Take for instance, God is formal and governmental, and no government is complete without opposition. That was why we saw Devil (Lucifer) opposing the government of God in heaven. God and Devil are not in enmity. They are two opposing friends. If you doubt, ask Bro. Job in Bible. It is written that when children of God gathered, Devil also came in and had conversation with God on how to destroy Bro. Job. So, what is conversation? Can two have conversation when they are in enmity?

Truth is that Biafra has two vibrant governments as a sovereign state. Our political system cannot do with opposition government. We don't need enemies and saboteurs. We have opposition government serving as watchdog against excesses. We are fighting corruption, and we are not divided. God, liberate and bless Biafra!

As things are right now, we can see that there are unity and hope, and the two are real. Unity and hope are sure for Biafra because abstract things are left for God to control. Men don't see hope and unity. God knows where they are, and he alone is restoring things by his own way.

What I am saying in essence is that unity project is coming to fruition in Biafra. The project is yielding positive fruits and things are becoming right and normal. This is because Prophecies are undying. They get fulfilled from generation to generation in a way to show or prove that God truly exits. The Word is fulfilling in Biafra just like it got fulfilled in Israel so that people who have doubt about divinity will see and believe. If we read Jeremiah 29: 7-14, we see what I mean. It is stated that God scattered Israelite by his own hand and also gathered them by his own power. This means that unity and hope belong to God because Biafra is synonymous to Israel in Bible. Biafra is "Isaac" while Nigeria is "Ismail" in Bible. Both are cat and dog. God is with us just as he was with Israelite. He is out to prove himself. That is why I keep saying that yoke of amalgamation is broken. Biafra is leaving Nigeria for real!

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