AFRICASTALLESTMAN INTERVIEWS AN IGBO YOUTH.

AFRICASTALLESTMAN INTERVIEWS AN IGBO YOUTH.

With the current agitation for Biafra given the climate of MMM (Maltreatment, Marginalization, and Murder) directed against the Igbos, Africastallestman decided to interview an Igbo youth, Nwafor Okereke.

Africastallestman:
Finally we meet up. I understand that you have three jobs. Do you have a life outside your jobs?

Nwafor Okereke:
Having three jobs is a necessity. I have to support myself, my family, and my extended family in Igboland. Every Western Union outlet in Houston knows my first name. They address me as “Bank of Nigeria.”

Africastallestman:
Nigeria is a rich country both in material and human resources. Shouldn’t they be sending you money? I know some students from the Gulf Oil Producing States who get money regularly from their home countries.

Nwafor Okereke:
You are 150 percent correct, Africastallestman. Nigerian resources especially oil and gas are owned by a few persons. They are called oil block owners. Oil and gas, resources that belong to Nigeria, are allocated to a few individuals by the Federal Government without any bidding, not to talk about competitive bidding. These oil billionaires give a little of their profits to the government out of benevolence. One such oil block owner claimed to be richer than all the governments in his zone. Another donated millions of dollars to a second rate foreign university in Florida while the literacy rate in his state is 15 percent.

Every other sector of the economy is neglected. There is no power, no roads, no bridges, no telecommunications, whilst kidnapping, armed robbery, and murder are on the rise.

Africastallestman:
Why would a government give away its resources to individuals?

Nwafor Okereke:
Nigeria operates a system of Thievocracy – Government of thieves by thieves for thieves. The thieves on the outside are praying, fasting, and tithing to get on the inside. You do not complain so no one will complain when it is your turn to steal. Just as in Karl Marx days, religion is used to anesthetize and pacify the masses. Armed robbery, election rigging, and every malfeasance that yields financial rewards is attributed to God.

Africastallestman:
I have noticed that Nigerians are very religious. However one notices that as religiosity increases in Nigeria, corruption, crime, and contempt for humanity increases. Can you explain this paradox?

Nwafor Okereke:
Nigerians are “pretend Religionists.” They observe religious ceremonies in the most ostentatious manner but discard the tenets of their religion. It is not unusual for a Nigerian to thank God after a successful fart! Gullibility and imitation are genetic Nigerian traits that being exploited to the hilt by Christian and Islamic Evangelists.

Africastallestman:
I read in some online papers that President Muhammadu Buhari was conferred with four or five chieftaincy titles by the Igbos. Curiously, was it to commend him for Igbo MMM or for the Igbo youths strangulated and swallowed by his python army?

Nwafor Okereke:
Africastallestman, I am ashamed to be Igbo but I have no other tribe to run to. It happened in Ebonyi State where the Governor is sending Muslims to Mecca and Medina with public money. He is also allocating state lands, gratis, to build mosques. In the North, Churches are being refused certificates of occupancy and completed churches are facing demolition by a combined force of Fulani Herdsmen and Boko Haram. Such stupidity would not be tolerated by the Yorubas. The Governor would be ostracized and may be physically assaulted in public gatherings. When Igbos applaud their tormentors, why would the MMM cease? Some Igbo emergency Alhajis have formed a Buhari for 2019 Group. Arseholes!

Luckily, Igbo youths are now the leaders of the Igbo tribe. They are the only hope of the Igbos. Any Igbo who does not identify with the course that they are charting for the Igbos is an Efulefu.

Africastallestman:
What is ef-le-fe?

Nwafor Okereke:
An irredeemably corrupt and misanthropic fool who puts self above community.

Africastallestman:
How long can you continue to burn your candles at both ends by doing three jobs?

Nwafor Okereke:
That is why I am agitating for Biafra. Two of mye friends died in their 50’s from stress-related strokes. One is still in the morgue. I hope to live to see Biafra.

Africastallestman:
Thank you for your time, Mr Okereke.

Nwafor Okereke:
You are welcome.

One thought on “AFRICASTALLESTMAN INTERVIEWS AN IGBO YOUTH.

  1. My people have forgotten that god of land and our ancestors are watching.One cannot spilled the blood of innocents and not hunted in life.

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