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Military men are dogs

05 October 2013, 11:06 Onyeji Dominic Uzoech

Engr Obioha Ezekwesiri Ict, I am still seeing you as true Joshua of Biafra. Please, always remember that Nigeria is not recognized by divinity. Nations are entities and every legal entity is a person in eyes of God. Heaven did not approve One-Nigeria because it was created by mistake.

Originally, God wanted Britain to create two countries to exist as legal entities. Heaven wanted Biafra and Nigeria. But Britain created One-Nigeria instead. That is why the country is like zoo.

You don't expect people and leaders to behave well when they are animal in a barbarous zoo (animal farm). Nigeria is not a country because nations are ordained and approved by divinity.

I have told you before. Let me repeat it here that peaceful demonstration and protest of Biafrans will not work in Nigeria because Nigerian cop and army are bunches of barbarous animals. They will open fire at you in protest. You should know that they are not human at all.

Please, let us remember that many lives had been wasted already. Boko Haram and other Nigeria militants have shed and wasted Biafran blood for nothing. The army and police are security dogs, not security men. They are counted among fools who see formal opposition as evil in governance. What am I saying?

People who think that Biafrans are not united are laymen. They don't know what opposition is in governance. Ignoramus and mediocrities are too many in Nigeria. Sorry to say this! They don't regard peaceful protest. Let us use liberation jingles instead of risking our lives in peaceful protest. This is my personal and sincere suggestion. God bless and liberate Biafra!

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