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No progress due to no formal head

02 July 2014, 07:51 Onyeji Dominic

"God is driving us somewhere. If I'm empowered to describe, I'll say that it looks like the paradise," said Chinedu John Emma Lord Jr. I fully agree with him. It is factual and correct but let me also add that God is driving with little or few passengers on board. He is picking and gathering Biafrans for journey to their Promise land.

The vehicle is "Moon" which orbits the earth within 27 days. God is actually the captain but if we ask the wise, they will tell us that the vehicle has been plying (going round) and majority of Biafrans are not ready (adequately prepared) to go on board.

I have said things like these before in my write ups. It was stated clearly in one of my articles titled,"STAGNATION OF A PEOPLE IN JUNGLE." It was written there that the people were not making any progress collectively. They are not pilgrims because their country as a legal entity has no legal, official or formal "head" in the pilgrimage otherwise known as journey of life.

Let me also add here that there is no coward in Boko Haram. They are rather a bunch of arcane preys and brainless lions in barbarous jungle. Nature has them as retarded elements, and they were specially designed to destroy senseless fools like them in benighted jungle of Biafra-Nigeria.

Sorry to Biafran fools in limbo of downhill! Hell is drawing nearer and closer for their destruction in decadence. Let them remain in folly, and die like rats. Nonsense!

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