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Who should we blame?

25 June 2014, 07:57 Onyeji Dominic

I do not need to tell anybody that crisis and problems have been ranging and piling up everywhere in Biafra-Nigeria. What I want the public to know here is that people have been sending or directing crucial questions to me in several ways. The questions are too many, and I have been trying hard to give answers to them in sincerity and great insight.

I have said this before. Let me remind us once again that I have written and published many articles in a way to address the sociopolitical crisis in Biafra. I have also compiled a good number of publishable manuscripts for humanity. One of the articles is titled, "BIAFRANS ARE NOT FOOLS!!!" We were told in it that wise ones do not come out openly or publicly to address people when majority of them are fools. It also reminded us that Barr Ralph Uwazurike (leader of MASSOB) has not come out to address the people since long. His long silence implies that he is a wise man to the core. He saw the people fooling around, and he knew that silence is best answer to fools. If we ask the wise, they will tell us that Biafra has elders, and our elders are not fools.

The article also told the people that Uwazurike has been waiting patiently for the elders of Biafra to do what they are supposed to do in this regards. I mean we have elders, and our elders know what is right for them to do in order to address the matters.

So, if Uwazurike has shifted, derailed or changed his position in the struggle, it means that our elders have questions to answer. What I know is that Uwazurike has waited for too long without the elders doing what they should do to solve the problems facing Biafra in realm of jungle. They seem to have forgotten our popular Igbo adage which said, "Okenye a dihi ano n'ulo ehu a muo n'ogbu!" (It is evil and wicked for an elder to watch a pregnant goat delivers under the bound of a cord.) If one takes a rational and insightful look at the happenings in Biafra, one will not be wrong if one says that our elders are wicked and evil, if not foolish and senseless under the Sun. Insight revealed that they have been watching while the goat delivers under the bound of tight cord.

All the same, it is also important to note that the elders are not fools like that. They should have genuine or good reasons for keeping mute since all these years. It is evident that elders of Biafra are not fools in jungle.

One thing I know is that wise ones in our father's land are divinely hidden in high places. Insight revealed that Biafra has an evil king like Biblical Ahab and Herold. He has been going around looking for the wise (Elijah / John the Baptist & co) to behead in jungle. One may not understand it. Let one just take it that the wise are divinely preserved in caves or Supernatural hidings just like it once happened in Bible (1 Kings 18 & 19).

Furthermore, we should not forget that one of the people's forums (Radio Biafra London - RBL) is a ring of thugs. What I know is that the members have been working in disguise, doing underground works, perpetrating evils, playing dirty games of politics, denting good images in pretense, and acting as fake police officers in a way to tarnish or destroy people ambitions under the Sun. I know what I am saying here. If we doubt, please, let's go to the wise and ask. Truth is that God and Devil are not to blame. We the people of Biafra-Nigeria should know whom to blame. So, let us use our tongues to count our teeth.

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