THERE IS HOPE FOR THE IGBOS.

THERE IS HOPE FOR THE IGBOS.

Following the betrayal of the Igbo tribe by their so-called leaders, it is heartening to see Igbo youths assume the mantle of Igbo leadership. No Igbo leader is protesting the lowering of JAMB (Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board) cutoff score for university admission to 120.

With Fulani cows driving pupils and students in Southern States out of classrooms, coupled with the lowering of scores, soon most university students will be cows. Igbo leaders are complacent because their children are enrolled in foreign schools. The rest of the Igbo youth can go to hell and die.
https://africastallestman.com/2017/07/10/cows-as-boko-haram/

The few Igbo youths who gain admission and graduate with honors, will serve under cows who barely made it across the finish line. Since the elders have shirked their responsibilities, Igbo youths and IPOB (Indigenous People of Biafra) are the only hope for Igbo redemption and survival.
https://africastallestman.com/2017/08/31/cow-economy/

The redemption of Igbo dignity must start with a boycott of the November 18, 2017 Anambra Gubernatorial Election. There are no Ezes without Oha. The Oha will reclaim the mandates from the compromised Ezes, When the dust settles, all the gallant youth who lost their lives or were injured by venomous pythons shall be compensated, commemorated, and celebrated.                                                                 The time for a Biafran Referendum is now.

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