Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra(IPOB) represents the interests of over 90% of the indigenous Biafra populations, entrapped in the British contraption, Nigeria. This is a fact. And it is obvious to all anyone who is sincere enough to tell him/herself the real truth.
You cannot give what you do not have.
In this era, the Kanu led IPOB have proven to possess a similar capacity as our forefathers who rose above their fears, fought against the terrors of the western invaders and finally drowned themselves in the sea, instead of being enslaved. IPOB have today, shown same fearlessness, rejecting the terror of the British created state of Nigeria, and have fervently protested the unprovoked incarceration and detention of her leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
Peace is the most beautiful price anyone can have and that is what Nigeria cannot give. While the intellectuals in Biafraland are busy talking about the cancellation of the sit-at-home protest being observed by Biafrans, which IPOB have cancelled because of political infiltration. They should remember that IPOB permits the people to decide to sit at home willingly on Mondays or go out to do their businesses. The IPOB leadership only condemns any effort geared towards enforcing whatever happens that day. That is a peaceful measure.
Anambra is a clear example of the people's willingness to protest the unlawful incarceration of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, and militarization of BIAFRA by the terrorists infused Nigerian military. The recently elected Governor of Anambra State, Professor Chukwuma Soludo should desist from acting like a tool, instituted for the purpose of dissuading the collective will of the people. He should stop gearing more of his efforts towards trying to stop the voluntary Sit-at-home protest in Anambra, than he is doing towards finding the cause of the exercise.
The people of Anambra, and all Biafran in extension have shown via several fashions that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is the only leader they will listen to his commands.
Efforts towards Kanu's unconditional release is what Soludo should more committedly concern himself with. This is something the voice of the people is clearly saying.
Nigeria and her handlers must also understand that without Justice, there cannot be peace. Biafrans on the other hand, are also not looking for an imaginary peace, but a total freedom. No country or community survives amidst propaganda, Nigeria has toed this ugly path in continued injustice, disobedience to the rule of law, brutal enforcement, militarized genocide and demonization of freedom of speech.
The people of Biafra have spoken and shown the Nigerian government and the world her determination to exit this unworkable amalgamated union called Nigeria built on ethnic bigotry and religious propaganda void of any unilateral value system.