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Don’t dissipate your energy on Igbo presidency, go for Biafra, cleric tells Ndigbo

By: dayan (M) |Time : February 01, 2021, 07:53:00 PM
By Nwabueze Okonkwo

Bishop Abraham Chris Udeh, founder of Mount Zion Faith Global Liberation Ministries Inc., a.k.a By Fire By Fire, Nnewi, Anambra State, has advised Ndigbo not to dissipate their energy on the much talked Igbo presidency in 2023 but rather go for Biafra actualization as according to him, from the look of things, Ndigbo has no future prospect in the Nigerian project.

He said looking at the lopsided appointments of service chiefs and other political appointments, so far made by the present Buhari regime, coupled with incessant shootings and killings of Igbo youths by soldiers in various parts of Igbo land, Ndigbo, including Ohanaeze do not need a suitsayer to tell them that they do not have any stake in Nigeria, both now and in the future.

Speaking to newsmen in his office, in reaction to the recent appointment of service chiefs, Bishop Udeh revealed that he saw in a vision where the Igbo presidency project flopped by either the north which is in majority did not allow an Igbo man to emerge as president or that if an Igbo man emerged, the power brokers in the north would continue to teleguide him or worst still, cut his tenure short by ousting him out of power prematurely

According to the cleric, “I have a revelation that Ndigbo’s quest to produce a Nigeria President would not only amount to a fruitless venture but also an exercise in futility”.

“I insist that what would favour Ndigbo is to expedite efforts to actualize Biafran nation and not an Igbo president because any Igbo man elected as Nigerian President would not last in office and would be subjected to the wishes and dictates of the power brokers in Nigeria”.

“The Northern oligarchy had continued in pretence to support Nigerian President of Igbo extraction in 2023 as if they meant it. Ndigbo should be cautious about the game plan and not to fall for it”, he cautioned.

“All the juicy appointments in the current government at the federal level go to the North. How do you think they can easily allow an Igbo man to become a President to lose their position just like that. It is not possible. The game plan is to pretentiously allow an Igbo man to become President only to frustrate him”.

“Restructuring is not even a good option. I don’t support that. Biafra is the solution and nothing less than that”, he Bishop declared.

He noted that the “much talked about” 2023 presidential election might not even hold. In his opinion, the best thing is for all the three major ethnic groups in Nigeria to rise up and fight for their individual nation-states diplomatically without violence, saying that the one Nigeria project had failed.

Bishop Udeh maintained that the killings by the Boko Haram insurgents and other banditries in the Northern part of Nigeria that had refused to abate were consequences of the millions of the Igbo killed during the civil war, adding that the violence would only stop when the Igbo were allowed to have Biafra.

He disagreed with the new Ohanaeze Ndigbo leadership that allegedly declared that Igbo were not looking for Biafra. He described the comment as sabotage and advised that the Igbo apex socio-cultural organization should be mindful of the way it addressed sensitive matters that concerned Ndigbo.

He called on the British government to work out Biafra freedom “since they were the people who amalgamated the Northern and Southern parts of Nigeria that have remained incompatible till date.” He said that the British architects of one Nigeria would not have rest until they undo what they did “against the collective will of the people”.

He accused the African Union, AU for looking the other way while, according to him, Nigeria is becoming Islamized.


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Re: Don’t dissipate your energy on Igbo presidency, go for Biafra, cleric tells Ndigbo

By: dayan (M) |Time : February 01, 2021, 07:54:44 PM
I wouldn't have posted this news here if I didn't think that there are solid arguments in it.
Those arguments will be presented. Next ...

Re: Don’t dissipate your energy on Igbo presidency, go for Biafra, cleric tells Ndigbo

By: dayan (M) |Time : February 01, 2021, 08:08:35 PM
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“I insist that what would favour Ndigbo is to expedite efforts to actualize Biafran nation and not an Igbo president because any Igbo man elected as Nigerian President would not last in office and would be subjected to the wishes and dictates of the power brokers in Nigeria”.[/size][/font]

Well, I don't agree about the point of not lasting in office, because Igbo is not a minor ethnic group in Nigeria.

BUT, the point about the so called "Igbo president" being a mere lackey or puppet of the Fulani is the MOST LIKELY scenario.

How do I know?

Answer: Current South East governors cannot even speak out in condemnation of the terrorist Fulani who were killing their people in the forests and farms of Igboland before the IPOB floated the ESN.

One of them, an accursed idiot of Imo state was just ranting about Kanu and IPOB; utterly shameless.

The turncoat governors also couldn't enact anti-open grazing law as done by the Benue state governor.

They are so craven, utterly useless, and are actually a major threat to the survival of their people.

Isn't it one of them idiots that would be picked and made president?

Chineke ekwena ife ojoo!

Re: Don’t dissipate your energy on Igbo presidency, go for Biafra, cleric tells Ndigbo

By: dayan (M) |Time : February 01, 2021, 08:27:00 PM
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He called on the British government to work out Biafra freedom “since they were the people who amalgamated the Northern and Southern parts of Nigeria that have remained incompatible till date.” He said that the British architects of one Nigeria would not have rest until they undo what they did “against the collective will of the people”.

To this statement, I would say this: I had a vision too about Nigeria, and from my vision, the British are NOT really the owners of Nigeria. By "British" I mean the country of Britain.

Yes, though Britain was the sovereign power used to create Nigeria, there is a group that owns Nigeria which the British may (and I'm only speculating now) only be able to influence, to allow major change in Nigeria.

Only the Most High God can actually bypass all of these groups to bring about a transformative change in Nigeria, of HIS own whims.

My advice to every Nigerian is to really seek God's intervention in Nigeria.

Whether Nigeria succeeds together or divides successfully, the "Owners of Nigeria" can still win: either way.

But only God can convince them of this.

That is all I can say about this.

Disclaimer: Purely my speculative opinion which can be totally off the mark.

Re: Don’t dissipate your energy on Igbo presidency, go for Biafra, cleric tells Ndigbo

By: dayan (M) |Time : February 01, 2021, 09:01:42 PM
I need to add something quickly to my statement about my vision above.

God is ALREADY intervening in Nigeria. So, in essence, "prayers" (mostly bloodshed, cries, moaning, and events that happened over the years) are playing the roles in what is happening in Nigeria today, and this Bishop pointed out some of this in his statement quoted below:

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Bishop Udeh maintained that the killings by the Boko Haram insurgents and other banditries in the Northern part of Nigeria that had refused to abate were consequences of the millions of the Igbo killed during the civil war, adding that the violence would only stop when the Igbo were allowed to have Biafra.

And then the Bishop said something that coincided with what I saw in my own vision when he said this :

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In his opinion, the best thing is for all the three major ethnic groups in Nigeria to rise up and fight for their individual nation-states diplomatically without violence, saying that the one Nigeria project had failed.

In my own vision, I saw almost something like that happening BUT they were not "fighting" for it, they were seated around a circle discussing what to do with this "document" I saw.

Whether the "discussion" led to Nigeria's disintegration or a reformed Nigeria is what was not revealed to me in that vision.

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