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Light of change in Biafra and beyond

12 June 2014, 12:27 Onyeji Dominic

"Dsage???... Remember what I told you about a hero who wanted to challenge the god of his power," said Nweze Christian in response to one of my articles titled, "DANGEROUS WIZARD IN BIAFRA!!!" LOL! I am not laughing!

I have seen things regarding the Biafra-Nigeria issue. Sometimes, certain guys amuse me! I am all ears! Keep it coming! Good ones!

Nweze, you did not remember that the useless thing you call the Bible has been the root of all problems in Biafra and Africa at large. Our culture and languages would have grown or developed in many ways if the white had not come to enslave us in the jungle. I mean countries like Japan and China are not used to English and the Bible, are they? Go there and see their greatness and powers. That was what the Bible and English language stole from Africa. They killed our languages and culture, and took our greatness and powers from our lands.

In case you do not know, the useless Bible told us that we are little gods. It means that the writers (white men) do not wish us well. They wanted us to remain "little" through out eternity without any growth, development or improvement. That was why they killed our traditions and also kept Biafra in house of bondage known to them as amalgamation.

What one should know here is that Dsage was once a little god in Africa. He has been able to train himself in jungle. He "grew" all the way to the top of mountain. It was not an easy way but the truth is that he (Dsage) is no longer a little god. If one has eyes, one will see him as a God (a giant idol) at the peak or highest point of the mountain. That is Dsage in Africa, the light of our present days in jungle! If one calls him the Messiah, one is not wrong. What I know is that Dsage is the light of change in Biafra and beyond!

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