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When shall we make up our mind in general?

13 November 2014, 12:08 Onyeji Dominic

I was with the wise a couple of weeks ago. We met in realism to do our usual business with divinity. It was a ducal summit with eminent figures in attendance. We debated on many issues concerning Biafra-Nigeria and Africa at large.

The long discussion and debate gave me to see that the world is stage. I looked very well as an erudite seer from East where the Sun rises. The things I saw were not strange because they were known to us as "Biafran figures" acting on the stage as actors and actresses. I also saw the drummers and dancers. We were all on the stage debating, acting, drumming, dancing and watching.

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As a matter of fact, it is not wrong if I say that Biafra is still a thing of mind. We know it that we have be very busy working to restore our land. The point remains that the restoration work is being done on stage, not on land. We have our minds working the works in fantasy but we have not really made up the minds to form a "single body" that will do the works in reality. That is our major problem. Fantastic works of restoration without a single team, forum or body of One-people in real life!!! It is true that we have forums, bodies, organizations and what have you. They bear different names including MASSOB, RBL, BELIE, Ohanaeze Ndigbo and others. We see them fighting, wrestling and debating like opponents on the stage, but we have not really seen them working together as One-people under the Sun. That is why I have to ask: When shall we make us our mind in general?

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