Nkwo Wednesday 10 February 2021:

To save Igbo is the most important duty of our lives today. To save Igbo is a hundred times more important than to save Nigeria because whereas Igbo wants to save Nigeria, Nigeria wants to destroy Igbo.

As things stand now, we are mistaking to still be looking at faces or watching feelings as we fight for our survival and freedom as a people.

Any Igbo who still thinks his or her life and liberty, plus those of his or her loved ones and village or town, don’t depend on Igbo remaining a semi-automomous and viable ethnicity of a free people, should take stock of how we are profiled and slaughtered today and then imagine what our fates shall become tomorrow if HausaFulanis start to rule Igboland, as they rule Hausa land and the entire northern region.

You say, That was not remotely possible? Well, keep up with your complacency and aloofness as elite, and watch our youths’ youthful exuberance hand our land over to a-better-organized HausaFulani people, like the Hebrews took over Jericho and the rest of Canaan.

Igbo people (elite and ikwelikwe) who are still bordered that if they become Igbo patriots that their Yoruba and HausaFulani friends will label them tribalists aren’t smart.

Are those Yoruba and HausaFulani friends of yours detribalized like you ? No! Do they want to be as detribalized as you are? No!

So then, isn’t it stupid to pride yourself as detribalized in the midst of unrepentantly-tribalized friends, neighbors, and colleagues? I am yet to see a Yoruba man or woman who is not looking exclusively to defend and promote only Yoruba concerns.

Long gone are the days we had the Adeniran Ogunsanyas, Adekunle Fajuyis, Olusegun Obasanjos, and MKO Abiolas. They were the last detribalized Yorubas that held out until the end of the 1970s, when they realized that they had lost out completely to the Awoists and had better crossover in complete penitence to their tribesmen like prodigal sons.

Yorubas have the minds of the elephants and will never forgive the last of them, Olusegun Obasanjo, because they know deep down that he is still more pro-Nigerian than pro-Yoruba.

It was for that reason that the foremost Yoruba ethnic ambassadors (Fela Kuti and Professor Wole Soyinka) attacked Abiola and Obasanjo viciously under the pretence of their signature self-righteous indignations.

Fela and Soyinka protect and promote Awoists only. They are exceptionally bitter at anti-Awoists.

Someone should show us one detribalized HausaFulani man or woman. No such! And they don’t hide their tribalism. So why shouldn’t we be tribalists, too, and show it—or hide it as the Fela Kutis and Wole Soyinkas do.

Ndibeanyi, let us repent to look for the good of Igbo; to look for our own good, that is. For when we jell and achieve that, our humiliation and marginalization shall become a thing of the past.

In our heyday in the 1950s and 1960s, we didn’t flog and rape HausaFulani females, why should we stand them as they do that to ours?

In our heyday in the 1950s and 1960s, we didn’t flog and kill HausaFulani males, why should we stand such from them.

Ndibeanyi, now is the time to stop your irrelevant rapport and njakili with compatriots whose consuming passion is to stagnate and enslave Igbo (us).

Ndibeanyi, seek ye first Igbo patriotism and fitness; and all things shall be added unto you.

Chuma Oguagha
The Pastor of The Igbo Revolution

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