Safeguarding Biafraland: Mazi Chinasa Nworu Alert Biafrans Of An Approaching Call For Military Service Volunteers

Mazi Chinasa Nworu, the General Officer Commanding Eastern Security Network(ESN-GOC), who also doubles for a member of the Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB) highest decision making body, the Directorate of State(DOS) has called on Biafrans to acknowledge that there will be soon call for military volunteers as the need to save our future, our people, and our land increases on daily bases. It is more important now than ever that Biafrans stand prepared, willing, and able to defend Biafraland from the threats that she faces.

The essence of volunteering for military service in Biafraland extends far beyond mere defense; it represents a fundamental aspect of our identity and our commitment to safeguarding our collective aspirations. By volunteering, we not only booster the security of our towns and communities, but also demonstrate our unwavering resolve to resist any form of oppression or aggression.

One of the primary benefits of volunteering for military service is the cultivation of patriotism among our youth. This act instills a deep sense of pride in one's heritage and fosters a strong connection to the land of our forefathers. Moreover, it provides an avenue for our young people to develop essential leadership skills, preparing them to assume leadership roles in the future.

Additionally, volunteering for military service equips our people with the necessary skills to defend themselves against external threats, particularly the Nigerian military, Fulani herdsmen, and Islamic jihadists. This training not only enhances our ability to protect our land but also serves as a deterrent to those who seek to undermine our sovereignty.

Furthermore, military service teaches discipline, a trait that is often lacking in collective activities. By undergoing military training, our volunteers learn the importance of following orders, respecting authority, and working together towards a common goal. This discipline is not only essential on the battlefield, but also in everyday life, where it can help us overcome various challenges and obstacles.

It is important to note that volunteering for military service does not mean seeking conflict or violence. Rather, it is a proactive measure to ensure the safety and security of our people. By being prepared to defend our land, we send a clear message to our adversaries that we will not hesitate to protect what is rightfully ours.

The call to volunteer for military service is a solemn duty that every Biafran should consider. It is a call to protect our land, uphold our values, and secure our future. As we stand united in our resolve to defend Biafraland, let us remember the words of our dearest Supreme leader, Mazi namdi Kanu: "We shall never retreat nor surrender." Let us answer this call wholeheartedly, for the sake of our children, our grandchildren, and the generations to come.

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