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Trinity and democracy in Biafra

07 October 2013, 08:35 Onyeji Dominic Uzoech

Biafra is a Christian Country. It is generally believed that Igbo people are Christians by nature, and Igbo as a tribe is a majority in Biafra. We are the dominant people in Biafra. This means that Biafra is Christian because final decisions over social matter are formally based on majority.

I am not arguing with anybody here. The matter is a settled case because majority carries the vote in every general issue that concerns a country. This is acceptable. Biafrans are not disputing the fact. We are wise, knowledgeable and loaded. Individuals can go to hell! Truth remains that Biafra is a Christian. Anybody can choose paganism if he or she likes. But when it comes to public issues in Biafra, God and Bible must be the last resort or final say.

I am saying this because I am a seer in Biafra. I see Biafra as a great “light” to the world. If we look very well, we will see that the world is growing, and the growth is characterized by advancement, development and civilization. We're no longer primitive like in those old ages of barbarians.

One thing about God is consistency. He had been three-in-one, and he still remains three-in-one as King both in fantasy and in reality. What I mean here is that God is meant to work with three heads in every nation. Biafra as a nation cannot truly experience God outside trinity. What is trinity?

Everybody knows that there are three persons in one God. Men are used by God as media. There must be "three" to represent God in a nation. So, who are the three? If you ask me, I will say it again like I once said in this group few days back. What did I say before?

I published the article here in Biafran Unity Television (BUTv). The title was "Three heads to lead Biafra." I am sure many of us read it. We need manly trinity to represent divine Trinity in Biafra.
I know that democracy is formal and divine. It was ordained and approved by divinity. The system is good. But it is not good enough because it only represented trinity to a limit. God is perfect, and a nation cannot experience his manifold blessings and presence when governmental systems are not brought to perfect limit. Democracy has to be improved in Biafra. That is what I am saying!

The system is not perfect because it did not recognize the temporal office of His Holiness, the office that bears Ark of God. It represented trinity in three arms – Executive, Legislative and Judiciary. These three arms of government are Trinity in a nation. But where is the sacred office of the Chief Priest, His Holiness? Why did democratic constitution fail to recognize the office of Chief Priest? Why?

There is no wise fellow who does not know that leadership is formality. Government and large organizations are bureaucratic because process in every leadership originated from divinity. Systems and establishments cannot function well when necessities are not put in place. Things have to work together in uniformity and harmony because nations and organizations are entities. They have lives like human beings.

God is source of every life, and life in legal entities is called formality. A system goes down whenever formality is absent. This means that a nation is sick when the leaders (people in power) do things anyhow.

Government is a system, and Biafra is a formal country where everything has uniform. What I mean is that public organizations like churches and political parties are formal and constitutional in Biafra. I have said it before in one of my articles that Biafra has three churches and chapel only. There is nothing like campus fellowship in our schools. Central chapel legally exists for all worshippers on each campus. No religious mania at all.

The three churches are publicly and constitutionally owned by Biafra. They bear the following name: Catholic Church of Biafra, Anglican Church of Biafra and Pentecostal Church of Biafra. Any Church that does not bear any of these names is legally doomed.

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