Igbo Governors Pledge Support for Fulani Herders ahead of 2023
The legendary music artiste, Late Chief Ositadima Osadebe relatively made prominent the popular saying in Igbo land thus, "E kesie na- Ama, eburu nawa n' obi," translated to mean ''after struggle on the general ground, everybody resigns to his abode.
Those who call themselves Igbo leaders do not understand this simple piece, but Fulani understand it very well. Had they understood, the danger they have exposed the Igbo nation to would have been prevented. If, according to Daily Post, that Ohaneze was rejoicing over the abduction of Nnamdi Kanu, then it is apparent that they are worse than infidels.
Boko Haram was formed to fight Goodluck Jonathan. Jonathan could not readily and seriously attack them because, Buhari lamented that attack on Boko Haram was an attack on the entire north. Not just this, the uprise in the activities of bandits and the despicable and atrocious activities of killer herders. Buhari could not say anything because Fulani are not the victims. There is this primary obligation to protecting the fulani by their people in power; this I didn't find among the Igbo.
The truth must be said, it does not matter whom it touches. IPOB may not be supported by the entire Igbo, but their activities are binding on the Igbo nation in entirety. In the same hand, Nnamdi Kanu is just an individual, but his roles stand for the entire Igbo and beyond. Kanu is the mouthpiece of the global Igbo community in addition with other nations involved in the old Biafra. Kanu is the messenger of World Igbo Congratulations.
Igbo governors are busy condemning their own even when Fulani leaders are protecting their own people. IPOB is welcomed in other nations of the world. They are recently granted asylum by the British government, but Igbo governors have joined the Nigerian fulani leaders to condemn their own People.
I wish to make this remark to Igbo governors. Nobody will remain in the government for ever. If they like let them keep quiet. Heaven shall see Nnamdi Kanu through; maybe through strange hands, but like Esther of old, their generations shall be cut off. Igbo are distinct people of unique creation. We cannot be cut off as long as heaven still stands over our heads.
We shall get through this!!!!!