It is the turn of the Igbo-Biafrans to assume the political leadership of Nigeria if Nigeria still remains one by the year 2023 | NN NEWS

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By Uche Mefor

Injustice must be fought against anywhere it is seen and in this case as it concerns the interest of Biafrans. As Biafra has not yet been restored and the Nigerian state still imposes her sovereignty over the Biafran territory, the Indigenous Peoples, including Biafrans, must continue to fight for their rights to self-determination and against the violations of such rights in Nigeria by the Nigerian state agents. 

Specifically, one of such rights is the right to INTERNAL-SELF-DETERMINATION, their political rights to determine their civil and political rights to choose and “determine their political future or status”. 

Of a truth, though, ‘zoning’ among political parties in Nigeria is unconstitutional but over the years, the practice has been entrenched and all the major ethnic groups and the original political demographic settings have been used to produce civilian presidents from different major divides located in the North and South by consensus. IF THIS HAS BEEN THE TREND UNDER THE PRESENT CIVILIAN DISPENSATION, WHY MUST IT THEN CHANGE NOW THAT IT IS TRADITIONALLY THE TURN OF THE IGBO-BIAFRANS TO PRODUCE THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA IN 2023? 

ANYBODY OR GROUP NOT IN SUPPORT OF THE IGBO PRESIDENCY IN 2023 IS A POLITICAL ENEMY AND IGBO HATER, INSINCERE AND LACK CONSCIENCE  

Igbos must at this time unite and stand their ground and stop begging anybody for support in an obvious issue which is morally and clearly an their entitlement and as of right for that matter. Yes, there is need to build alliances in good faith but not to go ‘cap-in-hand’, ‘knee-jerk’ and ‘beg’. The Igbos must see anybody or group putting themselves forward for Nigerian presidency 2023 outside the core Igbo states NoT as friend(s) but the POLITICAL ENEMIES. All major political parties are expected to field Igbo candidates if truly they are sincere. Igbos and their neighbours must work in harmony and in synergy. All the political blocks in the Middlebelt and the South should and are expected to take a stand in support of Igbo presidency, if not all the whole of Nigeria. No Igboman must play the second fiddle as a vice president to anybody this time around.  

WILL THE NIGERIAN PRESIDENT OF IGBO-BIAFRA EXTRACTION STOP BIAFRA AGITATION? 

This is very unlikely. An Igbo president of Nigeria will even intensify the agitation for the restoration of Biafra. Biafrans must concentrate on the Biafra Territorial politics with a view to controlling the political space in Biafraland.  

NIGERIA IS AN IDEAL CANDIDATE, WOULD BE COMPLETING THE CYCLE OF THE STATUS OF AN IDEAL CONTENDER HIGHLY AND LIKELY TO BE SUBJECTED TO REMEDIAL SECESSION IF SHE MISHANDLES THE IGBO BID FOR PRESIDENCY AND DENIES OR SCHEMES THEM OUT 

REMEDIAL SECESSION/EXTERNAL SELF-DETERMINATION/OUTRIGHT INDEPENDENCE) can be justified as a last resort in extreme case of oppression or arbitrary or systematic human rights violations against a group that qualifies as a ‘people’ or ‘peoples’ and ultimately, the denial of INTERNAL SELF-DETERMINATION against such group(s) by a state (in this case, Nigeria). When that happens—- to such an extent that the territorial integrity of such state (in this case, Nigeria) is called to question, that state loses her claim to her sovereignty because she has failed to adequately represent her whole population in the governance of her affairs. No doubt, there are consequences but if crafted and guided and guarded strategically, the group(s) is/are likely to succeed with recognition of the members of the international community. If the Igbos (either alone or in collaboration with others) decides to seek for a separate country by exercising their right to self-determination through the LENS OF REMEDIAL SECESSION, they are strongly and likely going to be justified subject to external RECOGNITION.  

In summary, I believe that Nigeria has since reached the threshold to such an extent that any Indigenous People of any ethnic origin within the Nigerian state can seek REMEDIAL SECESSION on account of monumental human rights violations and extreme oppression against them by the Fulani-controlled Nigerian state government. Nigeria is, indeed, an ideal candidate ripe for and should be subjected to REMEDIAL SECESSION by the component units. This is what the Biafra agitators must continue to focus on and consolidate.

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