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How long shall Biafra remain as dream???

12 November 2014, 14:35 Onyeji Dominic

"Long live, the Republic of Biafra!!!" said the people in the jungle. "God bless Africa!!!" I hear them hailing in the Jungle of Biafra. "One love keeps us together! One people! One name - Biafra! United we stand! Divided we fall!" said the people in unison. They are the people, my brethren, and we are still being together as one in the struggle.

I was in the office of Dsage when I heard the people's voice. The office was there in the Jungle of Biafra and Dsage is known to us as the Mass Servant of Biafra. We came to the office bearing placards in peaceful demonstration and rally.

I came out from the office and looked from East where the Sun rises. The people I saw were One. Just One in love and voice! The One I saw has many hands, the hands were on desk, and the desk was bearing many placards. It was on October 3, 2014 - the date of my birth.

I read the writing on the placards. "HAPPY BIRTHDAY > Dsage!!!" they wrote on one of the placards! "LONG LIVE, THE REPUBLIC OF BIAFRA!!!" they said in another placard. 

Also read: God in Biafra 

"Biafra for real! The great land of the wise! It is my great pleasure!" I greeted heartily in response to the One-people. "Long live! One love keeps us together!" I rejoined, and all of a sudden I woke up. It was a dream. What a dream???

Someone may wonder why I asked: "What a dream???" I have to ask because Biafra has remained as dream for too long under the Sun. Maybe I should have rather asked it otherwise: When shall Biafra become a reality??? How long shall we continue to dream the dreams of freedom from the bondage of false marriage - Amalgamation???

Again, let the people forgive me if I ask too many questions at the same time. I do not really know why the things are the way they are in life. One thing I know is that I wrote an article titled BROKEN FENSE. It gave us to remember that Bar Raph Uwazurike started to build the fense for Biafra but we (the people of Biafra) kicked against the brisk until the fense became badly damaged in the Jungle of Biafra. I am still looking at the broken fense. I see the One-people but I have not seen us rebuilding the fense of Biafra both in fantasy and reality. That is why the serpent together with other enemies is still having its ways to sabotage and destroy Biafra more and more under the Sun.

Moreover, one thing I like us to always remember is the fact that I am rhetorical in nature. That is it. Rhetorical questions everywhere from the office of Dsage! Just asking all the time! It means that I am in obedience to Jesus of Africa a.k.a Biafra. "Buy the truth and sell it not", said Biafra. 

Please and please! It will be nice if the One-people also remember what we read in Bible. It said, "Ask and you shall receive for you shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free."

The point remains that I know Uwazurike as the Jesus of Biafra. The one in Bible was Jesus of Nazareth, not for Biafra's liberation. He did not save anybody in reality. It was true that he came to save the people of Israel but they rejected him as savior under the Sun. The story told us that they did not give the support which he needed to save them in real life. That was why he asked (advised) them to go and look for the truth to save themselves under the Sun. It is obvious that one cannot get it without asking, and the term "asking" is rhetorical in nature. It is very important for the liberation of Biafra under the Sun. That is why I have to ask again: How long shall Biafra remain as dream in us under the Sun???

Lastly, the One-people I saw has many hands for many reasons and duties in Biafra. Some of the hands are meant to fight while some are there to build our great nation - Biafra, and Africa at large. I am Dsage a.k.a John the Baptist of Biafra. I am out to build, not to fight for Biafra. Nation builder under the Sun! That is me, not a freedom fighter at all. I am a civilian, not a soldier in Biafra. If we ask me, I will say it again that I know Uwazurike and his men as the fense of Biafra. They are our army, the freedom fighters in reality. They cannot fight and win if we fail to give our majority and sincere supports to them under the Sun.

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