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No bathroom and cocos in pilgrimmage

20 June 2014, 12:23 Onyeji Dominic

"...such sharpening should be done at inner cocos. Even criticizing Uwazurike at the public, I don't personally like it," said Biafran Watchdog. Great talk! Well spoken!

Let me say that this guy (Watchdog) has made sense here but I remember he was one of those who read one of my articles titled, "PUBLIC WASH FOR BIAFRANS!!!" I do not have to remind anybody of it. What I know is that I made it very clear in that write up, and the people read it without any positive response.

I told the people that insight revealed Biafrans as pilgrims in jungle (wilderness) where there is nothing like bathroom, chalet, hospitality unity and what have you. They have to take their bath in open places (public) because their pilgrimage does not have anything like bathroom. MASSOB was meant to serve as an official bathroom (inner cocos) for the people but they rejected it in rebellion, kicking against the brick until the forum got badly damaged in jungle.

Lastly, let me say that they told me that Biafra is a thing of mind but I have never believed them. That was what they said in secular world but the wise told me that Biafra is bound to stand in reality. That was why I cried in wilderness just like John the Baptist of old. I had to cry because I saw a kingdom without head. Headless Kingdom fighting for Biafra! That is anarchy.

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