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Ralph Uwazuruike and the vacant throne

02 September 2013, 13:26 Onyeji Dominic

I see many wise men among us (Igbo people) and I'm sure the wise men are seeing clearly like seers and gods. What are we seeing? If you ask me, I'll say it again like I said before.

What did I say before? How many times will I say it? Every sincere, wise and insightful fellow knows that Igbo has no head. That is what I see. I am a holy Sage, a mouthpiece of divinity.

Ralph Uwazuruike supposes to be the head of Igbo. But Igbo people said no by majority. That is why the throne is vacant. Who is our king?

Somebody should tell this to Uwazuruike. Let him go back to the palace and let MASSOB be reformed. Igbo cannot liberate Biafra without head because living things are dead when they are beheaded. How can Igbo be alive without head? Impossible!

The earlier Uwazuruike begins to function as our king the better. He is not a political head. He was only meant to "act" as one. He is a king acting as leader in MASSOB. The palace is where he belongs, not politics.

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