As Americans Honor George Washington, So Shall Nnamdi Kanu Be Celebrated - Onyeji Nnaji

 



Sen. Todd Young (R-S.C.) highlighted the meaning behind Presidents’ Day while Americans across the country took time to observe the national holiday. The Republican shared a video on Twitter Monday, focusing on the holiday’s origins and how Presidents’ Day is really about the idea that all Americans are equal

His Excellency, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, in one of his past broadcasts made a remark, refering to the Chinese fight for selfhood, and intoned that when Biafra comes, the struggle of different freedom organizations will be put together as the freedom achieved by all. In other words, every Biafran will be equal.


Americans honour George Washington with a city built in his name; history has already begun to celebrate Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by founding a nation whose history sustains AFARA, his home town.


George Washington lead the highest revolution in the continent of America; Nnamdi Kanu is currently leading the highest revolutionary movement across Africa.


George Washington was cajoled, scolded, by the civilizers and even narrowly escaped being leached; Nnamdi Kanu was sabotaged, betrayed, accused, backstabbed... and shackled just for asking that his people be freed.


The third Monday in February is generally associated with George Washington, adding his vision that in America that any ambition can be met through merit is what is celebrated. The South Carolina lawmaker expressed his hope that this will remain the country’s aspiration.

The holiday has its roots in the late 1870s when Arkansas Sen. Steven Wallace Dorsey, a Republican, proposed making George Washington’s birthday a bank holiday. The bill was a popular one and was signed into law by then-President Rutherford B. Hayes on January 31 1879.

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