By Kalu Nwokoro Idika
As the year, 2019 is almost coming to it’s logical end, there is need to carry out a thorough appraisal of this present regime superintended by Major General Mohammadu Buhari.
Virtually in every academic circle, teachers after a specific period of tutoring the students takes time to appraise them with class room test and examination. This is done so as to determine if the students adequately comprehended the teachings of the teacher and their subsequent intellectual development. Though, appraisal is not only limited to academic institutions both private and government owned organizations from time to time carries out appraisal because it provides the opportunity to recognise and reward employees and to ensure they feel valued for the work that they do.
The appraisal of Major General Mohammadu Buhari’s regime in this 2019 will be done with outright clarity and verifiable data. In all fairness, the performance of Buhari will be dissected and laid bare for Nigerians and other conscious mind to weigh and judge whether or not the regime has succeeded or failed in delivering the dividends of democracy that was promised to Nigerians.
It is important to note that in sane democratic systems, the people dictates the pace of governance. Concomitantly, policy statements and actions of the government must be in consonance with the wishes and aspirations of the masses. The rights of the people must be guaranteed and protected. Leaders must act according to the extant laws and not according to their whims and caprices. Citizens must have the right to constructively question and reprimand any leader whose actions and behavior appears unconstitutional and vengeful. And no leader must rule with iron fist and total disregard for the rule of law. The era when leaders arrogantly see themselves as political and religious deity is far gone. Democracy, for being the government of the people, by the people and for the people, no leader, irrespective of the circumstance shall be above the law. This is what makes democracy what it is.
However, the following key areas; rule of law, security, job creation and power will be appraised and a score card will be presented at the end.
THE RULE OF LAW
I will not fail to pinpoint the gigantic impact Jonathan made before he was forced out of power through a regional gang up. The government of Jonathan fought comprehensively to improve on the little legacy late President Umaru Musa Yaradua left behind. Jonathan while in power was a pace setter. He never harassed or arrested opposition members on parochial charges. There was never a time he interfered in any court proceedings. He respected court injunctions and acted according to the provisions of the constitution. There was press freedom and Nigerians had the free will to criticize his government without the fear of being arrested and jailed. Millions of ethnic knuckleheads called him a drunkard and weakling but Jonathan being a champion of rule of law never raised an eyebrow over their constant vituperations.
After the illegal removal of Jonathan from the office, Nigerians have witnessed what it means to have an intolerant and feudal over lord managing the business of governance in the country. The regime of General Mohammadu Buhari has dismembered both the political and legal precedence of Jonathan. There is rampant abuse of human right, illegal detention of dissent voices that are critical to the government. The independence of the judiciary has been eroded. Media houses are so scared to call his regime to order. According to Dr Kolawole Olaniyan, a legal adviser to Amnesty International, President Muhammadu Buhari has shown “stunning disregard for the rule of law and human rights, ignoring Nigerian judges on at least 40 occasions”. There are hundreds of political prisoners perishing in various prison facilities despite several court orders asking for their release. If not for the constant international pressure on this ruthless and lawless regime, Sambo Dasuki and Omoyele Sowore wouldn’t have been released. Sheik Elzakzaki is till in their dungeon. The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu was very lucky to escape from the regime’s dictatorial fang.
The horrible state of security in the country can’t be over flogged. Since the coming of this regime, the security situation has deteriorated to a low ebb. The past government performed much better and did it’s best to protect Nigerians. The lukewarm and clueless disposition of Buhari’s led regime has exacerbated the wide spread insecurity witnessed in the nation. Bokoharam is still waxing strong. Some territories are still under their stiff control not minding the apparent premature proclamations of Boko Haram’s defeat by government forces. Marauding herdsmen are also killing and displacing innocent civilians from their homes. Kidnapping has gotten to it’s peak. Police and army brutality is on the rise.
Security agents have become so indisciplined and vicious. Civilians who refuse to part paltry sum on the high ways are being killed at will by happy trigger security officers who are meant to protect them. Bribery and extortion is seen as the way forward among security agents. The level of insecurity and lawlessness have made millions of Nigerians to live in the fear of the unknown. There is no security in Nigeria. No matter how Garba Shehu and Femi Adesina might try to fine tune the deteriorated security situation in the country, Nigeria is one of the most unsafe and terror infested place in the world.
On the aspect of job creation, Buhari’s regime has performed so abysmally. Joblessness is on the rise. Unemployment rate in Nigeria has increased to 23.1 percent in 2019. There are over 100 million Nigerian youths without decent jobs. The nepotistic, despotic and epileptic posture of the economic team of this regime have stifled small and medium scale industries which constitute one of the backbones of the economy.
Instead of creating a viable economic ground, Buhari’s regime has frustrated and rendered millions of Nigerians terribly poor. Nigeria of today has overtaken India as the country with the largest number of people living in extreme poverty, with an estimated 87 million Nigerians, or around half of the country’s population, thought to be living on less than $1.90 a day. That was why the former President of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo in his book, “My Watch” said Muhammadu Buhari would not be a good economic manager. The above statement is true considering how the burgeoning economy Jonathan left behind has been bastardized.
Nigeria has witnessed a massive power/electricity failure in the country not only in this 2019 but since the coming of Buhari’s authoritarian regime. The government of Jonathan which some ungrateful power mongers criticised of not doing much to reposition the power sector has proven to be the best. Babatunde Fashola as the former minister of power could not replicate his flippant rants into something meaningful. He once said that it will take a serious government six months to fix the problem of electricity in the country but unfortunately this same man could not even manage over 5000 mega Watts of electricity he inherited from his predecessor.
The regime of Buhari has scored below average in the power sector. The rot in the system has continue to fester. Nigerians are being exploited and forced to pay electricity bills which they never consumed. The present corruption in the power sector is overwhelming. Sometimes, in one full month, electricity could be restored twice or once as the case maybe and it will only last for 1 hour or 30 minutes and goes off, but exorbitant bills will be given to customers by the distribution companies without considering if the customers in the actual sense consumed the power or not. Under this regime, the people in charge of the power sector are notoriously exploitative and mentally incapacitated. Even a road side technician will deliver far better than the empty heads managing the ministry of power.
This regime is a full definition of disappointment. Be it in the aspect of rule of law, security, job creation and power. There is nothing sensible to commend this regime for. It brought untold hardship and has succeeded in making Nigeria a pariah state in the global terrain.
Buhari’s regime has recorded the worst human rights violations, hunger and poverty, high level of unemployment, insecurity and power/electricity failure. The daura born dictator is an unintelligent and bad student of good governance. Nigerians by now must have learnt their bitter lessons for allowing a dying, bigoted, bloodthirsty and intolerant feudal over lord to manage the political affairs of a secular society like Nigeria. I do not have any regret calling out Buhari for what he is.
A time shall come when men of good conscience will be counted and remembered for the role they played in resisting tyranny and political stupidity. I want to ask my legions of readers, where will you be ranked? Do you want to remain mute or run away like a coward for the fear of being killed or jailed by a regime that is so repulsive to constructive criticism? Are you enjoying the rotten system in Nigeria? If everyone should be afraid, we are giving this despotic regime more impetus to operate. We must rise and define the place of this faceless and inhuman regime. Enough of this cowardly attitude. How can few power mongers beat and push millions of Nigerians and still show them where to fall. This is not done anywhere.
The time has come for Nigerians to queue behind Nnamdi Kanu of IPOB and Omoyele Sowore of #Revolutionnow to push for the radical change we have been craving for. We must not miss this opportunity staring at us now. Let men of goodwill rise and resist injustice and tyranny.
In this 2019, Major General Mohammadu Buhari just scored 5/100 in the art of good governance.
Kalu Nwokoro Idika is a political analyst, investigative and freelance journalist.
Disclaimer: Opinion articles are solely the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official standpoint of Oriental Times or any of its editor thereof.
‘Wike Vindicates Buharists’
By Femi Adesina
It came like a bolt out of the blue early this week, Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, issued an advertisement, which went in a completely different direction compared to what he had always said of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The Wike we knew was either usually crying wolf where there was none, alleging that the Federal Government wanted to kill him, or claiming that he was not answerable to the central government at Abuja in any way, or even pontificating that the President and his political party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), had failed the country in diverse ways.
If not for the maturity, and the avuncular attitude of President Buhari to all state governors, it would have been easy for one to conclude that he and Wike were enemies. Forsworn ones.
There was also the then Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose, who had formed a tag team with Wike in the anti-Buhari tendency. The President could have dealt with them in many ways, either overtly or covertly, but he let them be. He was a father ready to tolerate his many children, irrespective of their differing idiosyncrasies, propensities and predilections.
A couple of weeks back, the Federal Executive Council (FEC), of which President Buhari is the Chairman, had approved the refund of N148 billion to five states in the country for repair of Federal roads. They included Rivers, Cross River, Bayelsa, Ondo and Osun.
Of the five states, only Ondo and Osun belong to the APC. The other three are of the opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP). Rivers, under Wike, was particularly combative, truculent, if not at times insulting. But the President did not let that influence his decision. He did what was right, fair and just, irrespective of party affiliations, or personal inclinations.
Rivers State got the highest figure of N78.9 billion, and I remember some people asking me why the President should give such money to a governor who would call him names the next day. But that was where Wike surprised everybody. Last Monday, he issued newspaper advertisements with the title, ‘Thank You Our Dear President.’
Dear President. False? True. Was it the Printer’s Devil? Not so. The Governor boldly appended his signature to the document.
He thanked the President for approving the refund, noting: “Mr President has by this remarkable and heart-warming gesture shown not only your love for the Government and people of Rivers State, but also, demonstrated expressly that you are, indeed, a President for every State of the Federation and all Nigerians.”
False? True. Printer’s Devil? Not so. The Governor went on:
“I assure you that the Rivers State Government is willing and ever ready to cooperate and partner with the Federal Government to advance the developmental aspirations of Rivers State in particular, and our nation in general.”
On seeing the above, I am sure millions of people must have cleaned their eyes, wondering if they were reading correctly. Having satisfied themselves that there were no cataracts, they went ahead:
“I wish to, therefore, appeal to Mr President to kindly oblige us a State visit when invited, to see what we have accomplished for the State and our people with the money.”
Wike, inviting President Buhari on a State visit. False? True. Printer’s Devil? Not so. He meant every word of it, and therefore appended his signature.
Many times, I had responded as spokesman to the President, to wolf cries by the Rivers State Governor. At a point, I began to ignore such cries, just as I did to Fayose before him. Mr President simply took all the wild allegations in his strides, and continued working for the country, all parts of the country.
In January 2018, there had been vicious killings in some parts of the country. States affected were; Benue, Taraba, Plateau, Yobe, Rivers and Zamfara. The President decided to embark on sympathy and solidarity visits to the states. All the Governors were receptive, except Wike, who said the visit was a smokescreen, meant to revive the dying APC in Rivers State.
“Apart from Jesus Christ, we don’t know of anyone who has risen a dead thing. APC is a dead party in Rivers State. No matter how you fast and pray, it will never wake up, “ he had said.
Again, he declared at another time, talking of the President: “We are the only state that the Federal Government refused to pay us our money used to execute Federal projects, because I don’t go to see him in the night, and I won’t go. He is not my friend, he is not doing well…”
When about 20 people were killed on New Year Day 2018, in Omoku area of the state, and the President wanted to visit, Wike demurred. He said there were killings everyday all over the country, and it meant the President must visit every State on a daily basis.
The circle has turned fully round, and Governor Wike is inviting the President to visit. He says he’s “a President for every State of the Federation and all Nigerians.” Wonderful!
Some people say it is N78.9 billion that is working, and the Governor is clearly inebriated by that windfall. But I don’t think so. Rivers is by no means a poor state. The amount is handsome, no doubt, but the state is oil rich, and can hold her own when it comes to finances. I rather choose to believe that Governor Wike had been playing a curious kind of politics all along, and now, fairness and justice have touched him in a positive way.
“He is not my friend, he is not doing well, ‘ he had said. Now, he is calling the man “our dear President “ asking him to be “assured of our profound esteem.” Wonders, indeed, shall never end.
There are millions upon millions of us round the country, who love President Buhari, and believe in him. We are called Buharists, and we have no apologies. They abuse us, deride and malign us, at times, they even threaten us. But we remain who and what we are: Buharists. Come rain or shine.
Why do we love the President, and unconditionally too. Is he a flawless, perfect man? Does he run a perfect, flawless government? Not exactly so, and I’ve not seen any in this world. But we stand by him, through thick and thin. Like Dr Okolo Oteri Eme, one of the Buhari Amazons posted on Facebook earlier this week, “We do not support him because we like him but because he gives us solid, verifiable reasons to love him on a daily basis.”
I see a man with solid integrity, honesty, sense of accountability, in a forest of crooked, perverse people, and you ask me not to follow him? I will follow him from Benin to Beijing, from Cape to Cairo, anywhere, everywhere.
I see a man bringing enduring change to agriculture, to infrastructure; roads, rail, bridges, airports, laying a $2.8 billion gas pipeline, money he could have craftily diverted for himself and for generations unborn, and you ask me not to believe in him? #We Believe! Ask Maryam Shetty, another Buhari Amazon.
I am glad Governor Wike has now seen what we had seen long ago, some of us as far back as 1983. And he has realized that it was time to stop the kind of politics he had played all the while.
My friend, Lorenz Mba, summed it all up in a message he sent to me on Wednesday. “For those who constantly maligned PMB, and called him all sorts of unprintable names, N78.9 billion is your answer. You simply won’t give those you hate N78.9 billion. I see that this gesture has truly humbled Nyesom Wike. Politics is all about propaganda. I salute PMB for his show of maturity in all these grandstanding by Southeast and South-south politicians. Go to Enugu-Port Harcourt Expressway, Onitsha-Enugu, 2nd Niger Bridge today. Talk was cheap. PMB showed up. Enough of rhetoric, Biko.”
We said it that President Buhari hates no part of the country. He has come to serve, and not to be served. He is fair and equitable to all. But they said our mouths were smelling, and we should shut up. Governor Wike has now vindicated us. We are glad. We Believe!
- Adesina is Special Adviser to President Buhari on Media and Publicity
‘Biafra Cannot Come Through Insults, Assaults And Shenanigans’
By Dr Law Mefor
An Igbo adage states: why a deity starts giving much trouble, it will be shown the wood from which was carved. There are lines that are never crossed in culture and tradition, and in national life. Such red lines keep the society going and coherent. And the Igbo society is a highly organized one and imbued in deep and rich culture and tradition, of which most if not all IPOB members are part of, including their factional leader, Nnamdi Kanu. Igbo culture holds murder and its intents as the highest crime against the society and humanity.
The most recent attack is Kanu’s order to his supporters to stone Nnia Nwodo to death anywhere he is found anywhere in the world. His words: “Anywhere you see him outside, stone him to death.” Kanu further called on God to “destroy Ohanaeze”. Turning round to blame Nnia Nwodo for herdsmen atrocities in the South East or Operation Python Dance is just a case of giving a dog a bad name in order to hang it and psychologically, a misplaced aggression and priority. .
Nnamdi Kanu has been attacking Ohanaeze Ndigbo for not accepting ‘Biafra now’ of the faction of IPOB which he leads. The generality of Ndigbo since resolved that it is in their best interest to push for a restructured Nigeria, since self-determination is possible within a fully restructured Nigeria as obtained in the country prior to 1966 and the civil war. The position of Ndigbo is contained in the Awka declaration of 2018.
When Nnamdi Kanu was released from Kuje prison through the intervention of some Igbo leaders he now insults and assaults (Senator Ike Ekweremadu who organized the men who stood sureties for Kanu’s bail was his first victim in Nuremberg Germany), efforts were made to reconcile him with many of them including Chief Nnia Nwodo, Ben Nwabueze, Eze Ozobu, Dozie Ikedife and many others (some original founders of IPOB), many of who he similarly pronounced death on their heads in Radio Biafra. He held meetings with many of them where fresh understanding was reached and a new leaf supposedly turned.
The second meeting between Nnamdi Kanu and Ohanaeze and its President General Nnia Nwodo was again agreed to and a date set for it. There was a disagreement over the venue. While Nnia Nwodo legitimately wanted the second meeting to be held in his house or at the Ohanaeze Secretariat, which Kanu acceded to initially, he (Kanu) later insisted that the meeting should be held anywhere but in Chief Nwodo’s house.
This was the same time his meeting with South East Governors took place. A second meeting was scheduled between him and the Governors but operation Python Dance II was preemptively launched by the Nigerian Army days before, which presumably drove Nnamdi Kanu underground and out of the country. He resurfaced in Jerusalem Israel one year after where he was seen praying by the Wailing Wall, the remnant of the Jewish Temple destroyed by the Romans in 70 CE during the Siege of Jerusalem.
Since then, Kanu has held tenaciously to the position that Nnia Nwodo and the South East Governors invited Operation Python Dance II. He blamed everybody else but himself since he failed to see that apart from violating all his bail conditions, he rattled the nation’s security system, especially the military, by launching the so-called Biafra Security Service (BSS).
Hundreds of IPOB youths were seen in parades fully ornamented in black uniforms and red berets, proclaiming the birth of BSS and Nnamdi Kanu as the Commander in chief. This could be interpreted as a precursor to armed struggle, which Nnamdi Kanu assured Igbo leaders that IPOB will never engage in. Operation Python II came in the wake of the launching of Biafra Security Service, justified or nor, it was a military intervention to nip in the bud a paramilitary preponderance which Nnamdi Kanu himself brought about. In other words, Operation Python Dance was ostensibly invited by Kanu and IPOB paramilitary actions, which were suggesting they were ready for an armed struggle whereas they were not.
Turning round to blame Nnia Nwodo for Operation Python Dance is just a case of giving a dog a bad name in order to hang it and psychologically, a misplaced aggression and priority. As a matter of fact, Ohanaeze actually condemned Operation Python Dance II and demanded that the military be withdrawn from Igbo land, which the media widely carried.
Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB may be saying the right thing but certainly the wrong way. Leaving him and IPOB to continue as loose cannons would mean acquiescing to their rants and narration as Igbo position. He and IPOB have misrepresented the Igbos grossly since he resurfaced in Israel.
Come to think of it, is Ohanaeze and its President General really in a position to stop the atrocities of the Fulani herdsmen in the East? Ohanaeze is not a security organization but a pan Igbo NGO saddled with advocacy for the betterment of the Igbo people in Nigeria. The most Ohanaeze can do is to push for better security in the South East and in Nigeria in general.
Advocacy is therefore the stock-in-trade of Ohanaeze and similar ethnic-based organisations and the Ohanaeze PG has done his best in the circumstance in which we live today. Those holding the constitutional powers and resources to do anything about the Fulani herdsmen atrocities in Igbo land are the governors who are the Chief Security Officers of their respective States. Yet, not a mention was made by Kanu about the governors’ inaction over insecurity in the zone but would pronounce a death sentence on the only voice left in the zone if we leave Enyinnaya Abaribe and one or two others out for a moment.
Nnia Nwodo cannot do more than advocate for Igbo cause and that he has done excellently well. He cannot arm Igbo youths to chase herdsmen out of Igbo land. Only Vigilante Operations authorised by governors can happen in Igbo land and Nnia Nwodo is pushing for that too, resulting in the Community Policing that would be under the South East governors and Local Government Chairmen.
So, the reason for Kanu’s constant attack on Nnia Nwodo is not checking the Fulani herdsmen atrocities or so much for insecurity in the South East but part of the IPOB broad plans to destroy Ohanaeze as the umbrella body for Ndigbo. That’s the role Nnamdi Kanu desires and covets for IPOB.
Question is: can what Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB are doing be really who the Igbos are, what they represent and what they want? Far from it! IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu are now more of the problem than the solution to the Igbo man’s problem in Nigeria and the world for derailing from their original cause, pitching Ndigbo against their neighbours – South South, Yorubas and the entire country. They are also attacking Christianity, the religion of over ninety percent Igbos, destroying everything Ndigbo hold dear and stand for.
Biafra cannot come through insults, assaults and shenanigans. Biafra and the rights of Ndigbo in Nigeria will come through strategic engagements with the rest of the country and world not by alienating them.
Op-Ed: IPOB And Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Restore Biafra
By Kalu Nwokoro Idika
Confrontational journalism is seemingly becoming a thing of the past in Africa because individuals who are bereft of moral conscience have hijacked and taken the centre stage of the profession. But this is not to say that there are no more good men in the journalistic circle who no matter the circumstance can’t exchange justice and truth for a grain of beans. Journalists in every society are meant to shoulder the burden of informing the masses and also shielding them from predatory lies that could distort and harm their mental sanity. Moreover, this goal of keeping the masses informed must be done with objectivity. That is the signature of true journalism.
When pen warriors begins to write for the sake of mundane praises and stomach infrastructure the entire society will be at lost. That is to say, the vigour to write the truth will somewhat become a scarce commodity. Therefore, as a servant of the people, I am not under any form of obligation to pamper deceitful lies just to be seen as a good writer. I owe the people the duty to exhume and expose every destructive mendacity that could possibly undermine their economic and political wellbeing.
Since Nnamdi Kanu and his cohorts usurped and took over the business of Biafra agitation through his franchise radio, a lot of irreparable damage have been done to the South East region. Though, some of his abusive foot soldiers who do not have the foresight might attempt to dispute this statement. The arrogant leader of IPOB has indeed achieved his mission of causing confusion here and there. The little respect and tranquillity we had has been completely eroded through his abusive and unintelligent sermon on his catastrophic radio.
Unequivocally, I’m an ardent believer of Biafra restoration but Kanu’s brand of agitation is on the opposite. Nnamdi Kanu cannot restore Biafra because of his unsavoury disposition. Radio Biafra London which he uses as a weapon of mass destruction has ended up brainwashing and disfiguring the brain of the young youths and some misguided adults. It has become increasingly difficult for some of our youths to engage in any meaningful debate without throwing abuses. Individuals with contrary perspectives are either seen as vagabonds fathered by Hausa/Fulani or a paid agent of Nigeria all because their opinions are in sharp contrast with the one of the demagogue panting profusely on radio Biafra London.
Nnamdi Kanu Biafra will be worst than Nigeria. This might sound so puzzling but is the truth. Even in his utopia Biafra, Buhari will be a lesser dictator when compared with what Kanu will automatically metamorphosed to. A man that do not condone varying views but only sees everything that he says as sacrosanct. No wonder Edward Dalberg-Action said “absolute power corrupt absolutely”. IPOB leader who is an emotional manipulator never knew that he could gain such an overwhelming support from our people. Instead of using this goodwill to heal old wounds and unite the Igbo race, he turned it into a means of settling personal scores with his perceived enemies.
History has shown that arrogance and pride destroyed and reduced a lot of leaders during their reign to a trash. Nnamdi Kanu the arrogant leader of lPOB is already on this path. A freedom fighter that lacks respect for the elders. Kanu must desist from his irresponsible attitude of issuing threats to our fathers. Only a bad child can exhibit his kind of behaviour. You hide under your business radio to threaten and disband organisations you did not form. Stop arrogating positions and titles to yourself. The Igbo people are known to be acephalous in nature. So I wonder where you are drawing your leadership rascality from. Enough of your insensitivity! Our fathers must be accorded the respect they deserve and whenever they err, corrections should be done with utmost diligence and love and not by abusing, threatening fire and brimstone.
The restoration of Biafra will be a complex mirage under IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu. No road map! No sincerity! No vision! Antagonism and elimination of opponents have always defined the movement. For the past 7 years, there is nothing to show as a result. Innocent Biafrans have been killed, maimed and jailed while a deluded leader stick on his microphone to bark day and night over an utopia nation. The Biafra nation which we graciously hope for will be restored in truth and honesty but only God will make it possible and not man.
However, Nnamdi Kanu and his co travellers shouldn’t think Umu Igbo are sleeping. Biafrans are taking records of everything. Judgement day is fast approaching. I know that this commentary will infuriate the proprietors of the movement. And in their usual manner, the plan for my assassination will be presented on their table. I am aware that there is a list which contains the names of the people who are to be assassinated because they disagree with IPOB. Let this madness continue while we watch.
Be it as it may, any son of the soil that will be used to kill his own blood just because the person disagrees with their line of philosophy, such individual is bound for destruction. It’s better for the person not to contemplate it much less of doing it. Everyone must apply caution. This was how Bokoharam started and escalated to the present monster we see today. Biafrans are not known to be sheepish and stupid. We are trained to look before we leap. I will advise every young Biafran not to be a willing tool in the hands of power mongers.
Conclusively, Nnamdi Kanu and his IPOB can’t restore Biafra. Our hope should be anchored on God because He alone shall wipe our tears, heal our wounds and restore the nation where we all shall have equal opportunity and happiness.
~ Idika is a political analyst, investigative and freelance journalist. He can be reached via e-mail: email@example.com
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