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|Re: Before It's Too Late, Gowon Must Apologize To Ojukwu And The Igbo's by kosovo(m): 5:25pm On Oct 24, 2015 |
I am using my real name because I am given the igbo people the most Godly advice that money can buy
There are only 2 countries. Western Nigeria and Nigeria.
If you igbo want to break out of your country Nigeria. You will find it hard.
The most Godly thing to do is remain.
On the issue of western Nigeria , international law have settle our case. Western Nigeria is not part of Nigeria.
It is only a foool that will be assuming. That it will be part of Nigeria.
Igbos people have to face the fact and eatup their pride.
Something in life, you can't change. And those thing you have to accept.
For the case of Osibanjo who want to join Nigeria. You have to accept the truth. It is not possible.
We would continue to use the obaship system for ever. Even the USA protect its own sovergnty.
We don't like the igbo people. And the igbo people don't like us. When the life's of million come into it. Like hausa people say. Sai gobe igbo people
Western Nigeria is not part of Nigeria
You had the chance under good luck Jonathan. You did not solve your problem. Now you are disturbing Buhari.
Good luck Jonathan is half igboman.
The guy looks like Becomerich
|Re: Before It's Too Late, Gowon Must Apologize To Ojukwu And The Igbo's by Nobody: 5:33pm On Oct 24, 2015 |
Firstly, let me point out that I am not Ibo, neither do I have a bias towards the people.
101-years down the road, since the demonic Lord Lugard almagamented the Northern and Southern protectorate, Nigeria, 55-years after Independence, it's future is still in shambles.
No doubt, only in Nigeria uncertainty winds precipitates the entire masses conditionally in this twenty-first century of human existence. Criminals are promoted from the valley of the downtrodden to the helms of affair. While evil masterminders receive the highest ovation when flaunting their magical over night wealth, the frustrated masses sing praises as solidarity agreement for people that mortgaged their future and that of their upcoming generation.
Instead of northern leadership to strategize on how to sensitize their people for basic education, they converge to discuss office of the presidency which is now a mirage. Opportunity that does not repeat itself is the type the North had for 38 years and failed to maximize it. Any attempt to impose such criminality once again will amount to infringing on the rights of other people. Such people may not fold their hands and watch vampires champion their destiny under “Born to Rule”mantra.
What is going on in Nigeria today is for the best interest of those with eyes but cannot see. Those with mouth but cannot speak.Those with ears but cannot hear. Those with legs but cannot walk into their freedom. Those with nose but cannot smell the pollution in the air.Those with hands but cannot write. God gave these natural senses to men so that they will use it to improve and maximize the earth to their betterment. In other parts of the world, these senses helped them to build a better nation on earth while in Nigeria, what is paramount is the visibility of a failed state-the consequences of the British colonies not asking enough questions before amalgamating people of different religion, culture, language and vision together as one people.
The only way Nigeria can survive is to re-visit the Aburi Accord. Ojukwu saw 48-years ago, what scholars and national shakers and movers are seeing in 2015.
Yakubu Gowon, before he goes back to his ancestors, must swallow his pride, apologize to Nigerians for taking advise from his Emirs and Sultan to kill the Aburi Accord.
Confederation is the only solution to "one" Nigeria. Britain does it, China does it. Even in the U.S we have semi-independent states like Texas. In 2014, Texas threatened to break-off from the U.S.
I have no clue why some parts of Nigeria are scared to the bones when they hear Biafra, yet they don't want to do the right thing. You can't force a tribe into a union and enslave them, even after killing 5-million of their people. Life doesn't work that way. There is a limit one can be pushed, and he will retaliate in a deadly fashion.
Nigeria was dead on arrival, we can either amend it by going to the Aburi Accord or watch it disintegrate before our eyes.