All over the world Nigeria has been universally recognized as an evil country. All over North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, and the numerous Islands scattered throughout the oceans, Nigeria, this satanic country in West Africa has been known for one identity – evil. It is known as the incubator of evil, the distributor of evil, the harvester of evil. Everything associated with Nigeria is automatically dubbed evil. In any foreign country all over the world, anyone who is identified as a citizen of Nigeria is automatically regarded as evil and treated as such. It does not matter his level of education,  social, religious or other attainment this person who is called a Nigerian is immediately seen as evil and treated as such. Nigerian governors, ministers, government officials, intellectuals, and even religious leaders are treated at airports like thieves, drug pushers, con men; in fact they are treated like garbage and the scum of the earth. Whatever intellectual or other prowess you demonstrate the moment people discover that you are a Nigerian every respect for you vanishes and you are looked upon with suspicion and disdain. Why is Nigeria mired in this quagmire for almost half a century and unable to extricate itself from the muck?


            The reason is staring at you, right there in your face. From 1957 when the three regions of Nigeria Eastern Region, Western Region, and Northern Region had self government and enjoyed a high measure of autonomy, to 1964, four years after so called independence from Britain two Regions in Nigeria, Eastern Region and Western Region were models of fast paced development. The Northern Region was a backwater feudal degenerate that kept its citizens in the dark ages as the East and the West developed at lightning speed. The Eastern and Western Regions established the earliest primary and secondary schools in the 1800 and sent scores of their sons and daughters to universities in Europe and America to acquire Western Education. As the East and West were doing this the North was busy putting their children in madrassa or Koranic schools where the only thing they learned was memorizing the Koran. By the late 1950’s the Eastern Region had leapfrogged over the Western Region and produced more engineers, doctors, lawyers, scientists, and technical experts than the North and West combined. It is no surprise that from the time of self government into independence the civil service of Nigeria was dominated by the Igbo, Efik, Ibibio and Annang. Clearly they were the most educated and most qualified. This is why a European entrepreneur stated in 1966 that if he were to interview and hire twenty engineers for a job and he had no way of knowing which ethnic groups the applicants came from at the end of the process fifteen of the twenty people he would select will be Igbo and Ibibio. The reason is they will be the most qualified and most talented.

By the late 1950’s into 1960 to 1966 Igbo, Ibibio and a few Yoruba brains ran the federal civil service of Nigeria. NIPOST then called P & T was most efficient. Letters were carried and delivered on time and intact. If you posted a letter with a one pound note visible inside it in Port Harcourt, the letter will arrive its destination, Sokoto on time and the one pound note will still be intact inside the letter. P&T was managed by the Igbo and they made sure that it worked. Electricity was supplied constantly, regularly and cheaply to every city in Nigeria. ECN, Electricity corporation of Nigeria as it was called then, [nobody knows what it is called now] was most efficient and cities from Maiduguri to Jos to Lagos to Enugu, Onitsha and Port Harcourt had regular uninterrupted light and power for industries. ECN was manned by the Igbo and their brothers in the East and they made sure that it worked. Water Corporation which was manned by the Igbo made sure that there was uninterrupted water supply to every city in the North, East and West. Rail transportation was so efficient that you could load railway wagons with yams in Lafia and cabbages, carrots, tomatoes and other vegetables in Jos and these perishables will arrive Port Harcourt in a matter of hours and the vegetables will still be crisp and fresh and the yams quite healthy. Yet the wagons were not refrigerated. Both goods trains and passenger trains ran on time and was a major means of transportation. Dr. Okechukwu Ikejiani was in charge of the Nigerian Railway Corporation and made sure that it operated the same way that rail transport operated in Canada where he got his medical degree. Schools and universities were administered by the Igbo who together with the Ibibio were easily the most educated group in Nigeria. Of the four federal universities in the country two were administered by Igbo intellectuals. Prof. Eni Njoku was the vice chancellor of University of Lagos and Prof. Kenneth Onwuka Dike was the vice chancellor of University of Ibadan. Prof Glen Taggart, an American was the vice chancellor of University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

            Who were the leaders of the three regions? The premier of Western Region was Chief Obafemi Awolowo, a lawyer followed by Chief Ladoke Akintola also a lawyer. The premier of Eastern Region was Prof. Eyo Eta followed by Nnamdi Azikiwe, a political science graduate and Dr. Michael Okpara a physician. The governor of Eastern Region was Dr. Akanu Ibiam, also a physician. The premier of the Mid West Region was Chief Dennis Osadebay, a graduate. The premier of Northern Nigeria was Alhaji Ahmadu Bello, West African School Certificate; while the prime minister of Nigeria was Alhaji Abubakar Tafawa Balewa TC II certificate. Four years into independence illiterate rulers from Northern Nigeria started imposing illiteracy, backwardness and feudalism on the progressive people of Eastern and Western Nigeria. Alhaji Abubakar Tafawa Balewa and his Northern feudalists first descended on Western Nigeria and with the help of S.L. Akintola destroyed democracy in Western Nigeria. After they had completely destroyed Western Nigeria and bribed Western Nigeria politicians and intellectuals into joining them in the service of mediocrity, looting of government money, and celebration of backwardness and idiocy, they turned their attention to Eastern Region. When they could not bribe or buy over politicians and intellectuals from the Eastern Region they declared war on us.

            Today see what decadent Hausa Fulani Yoruba oligarchs and the Sokoto Caliphate have done to our people, the most progressive people in Black Africa. Only ten years after the war in 1980, Eastern Region had once again become the most industrialized region of Nigeria. Then the Nigerian savages cut off electricity and killed all the industries. Today industries which provided jobs for our young people have all been killed by the Nigerian savages. The Nigerian savages have also killed education the crown jewel of our culture. They have killed rail transportation and everything that made our people proud. Like the savages and barbarians that they are they have destroyed everything that is worth anything in our land.

What have our politicians and intellectuals done in response to this purposeful destruction of our culture and our civilization? They have acquiesced; they have kept mum; many have assumed the post of house slaves; and yet many more have even joined our sworn enemies to oppress and persecute our own people. Every day, every week, every month our people are beaten like dogs, their money taken away from them, their land seized and the resources in the land looted, they are attacked, their houses and property looted and burned, they are thrown into prison, the women are raped, the men are hacked, butchered and shot like stray dogs. And what do our politicians and intellectuals, our elders, our so called leaders – what do they do and say? Nothing! They see no evil; they hear no evil and they speak no evil all in the false hope that Ndiawusa na Ndi Yoruba will like them. Yet they more they run to Ndiawusa and beg to be accepted the more Ndiawusa despise and humiliate them. The other day Atiku Abubakar an illiterate told Orji Uzo Kalu, a dimwit who is supposed to be his friend and the friend of Ndi Awusa that Ndi Awusa actually regard him as a “jester” – a jester; that means the buffoon who dances, clowns around and does foolish things to entertain the king and make the king laugh. That is what Ndi Awusa think of Orji Uzo Kalu so called Igbo leader. It is the same thought that they have about all of you Igbo, Efik, Ijaw, Ibibio, Annang, Ogoja, Itsekiri, Isoko, Esan, Urhobo so called political leaders and intellectuals. That is what they think of all of you “you are jesters” dancing and clowning to entertain them. No matter how much money you have, no matter how many degrees you have NdiAwusa na NdiYoruba simply see you as jesters, clowns dancing in their courts to entertain them.

Obasanjo sent his Hausa Fulani Yoruba army to completely raze and destroy an Ijaw town, Odi and kill over 2,000 men, women and children. What did the politicians and intellectuals from Eastern Region say or do? In 2006 the same Obasanjo sent his Hausa Fulani Yoruba army and police into Onitsha and they killed over 700 young Igbo men and women and bombed several private homes with helicopter gunships. What did our politicians and intellectuals say or do? In 2009 a town Abala in Umuahia was completely razed and several men, women and children were killed by the savage Nigerian army. Six Igbo men and women were savagely beaten and shot in Abuja because the only young woman in the group who was a fiancée of one of the men refused to have sex with a filthy, stinking, Hausa policeman. Twenty five year old Chukwuma Ugochukwu was beaten to death by policemen in Lagos while they had him in custody on false charge of robbery. The Abia State Police commissioner, Mr. Edgar Tam Nanakumo said, “If I had my way Abala will no longer exist.” He said that communities like Abala do not deserve to exist. He said this while addressing newsmen after his men had completely destroyed the town of Abala in Obingwa Local Government Area in Umuahia. Imagine that! What did our politicians and intellectuals say or do? There are hundreds of examples of this type of tyranny, persecution, and slaughter of our people every single day. And yet nobody is saying anything. This is why Biafra is not a choice. It is an obligation. If we are to survive as a people; if our generations yet to be born are to survive as a people; if our culture, our values, beliefs, our philosophy, are to survive then we have no choice but to establish our own independent Nation, our own sovereign independent State of Biafra whose number one task will be to protect and defend us and preserve our culture, and our way of life. The Jews made the same mistake when they scattered all over the world, were making money and living large. Then the Second World War struck, the Nazi started slaughtering them in millions, and not only did no State assume responsibility to protect them but most states rejected them. That was when they learned their lesson and immediately after the war intellectuals, businessmen and women, politicians, all and sundry fought tooth and nail to have the autonomous Independent State of Israel established. Today Jews are guaranteed protection by the State of Israel.

Our elders and so called leaders are saying to themselves it is not me or a member of my family, therefore I don’t have to worry. This stupidity is simply mindboggling. One day it will be you or your child and there will be nobody to defend you or speak on your behalf. The people of Eastern Region, if you don’t abandon this foolishness of me, me, me, me and embrace the fact that your survival is dependent on the survival of all Biafrans you all will regret it – big and small, rich and poor, educated and illiterate – you all will regret it. By then it will be too late. Join the Biafra Shadow Government nearest you right now. Do not wait till tomorrow for tomorrow may be too late. Join BSG right now, now, now, now!

May God bless you all and the sovereign independent State of Biafra!