OHANEZE MUST NOT PLAY DIVIDE AND RULE POLITICS.
During a recent address to the Anambra State House of Assembly, Ohaneze boss, Chief John Nnia Nwodo, Jr, portrayed Anambra State as the prima donna amongst Igbo States. Chief Nwodo is playing the politics of divide-and-rule, perfected by the British and copied by the Hausa-Fulani Oligarchists. If this is the Ohaneze tactic to counteract Nnamdi Kanu and Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), it will fail. Kanu has grassroots support, but Ohaneze does not.
Can one give the same speech at Ochanja or Ariaria market? While FFK (Femi Fani -Kayode), Governor Ayo Fayose and Nzuko Umunna campaigned for the release of Nnamdi Kanu, Ohaneze was missing in action.
Igbos sharing the same gene for megalomania and thrash talking have been copying, pasting, and forwarding Nwodo’s speech in the worst tradition of the social media platform. Is it the case that when Boko Haram want to behead an Igbo, they do not spare the victim because the Igbo is from Abia State and not Anambra? To them and the fatherless Almajiris, “Nyamiri” (Igbo) is Nyamiri.
If his assertions about Anambra State are true, then Anambra is best prepared to withstand the consequences of an election boycott. A revolution has to start somewhere and Anambra can be the guinea pig.
An imposed Governor in the absence of elections may perform so creditably and wonderfully well, that everyone forgets about Biafra. As President F.D. Roosevelt put it, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”
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