Hausa Youths In North East Backs Nnamdi Kanu, Urges Lovers of Freedom To Support Biafra Emergence Now (See Photos)

Hausa youths in North-Eastern Nigeria backs Nnamdi Kanu and urges lovers of freedom in Nigeria to support the move for the actualization of the United States of Biafra this year.

According to the leader of the Arewa Youths in North-eastern Nigeria (AYNN), Musa Mohammed has said they are drumming their support for Mazi Nnamdi Kanu whose leadership in IPOB can only be described as iconic.

Musa Mohammed, Youth Leader

Mohammed noted that Kanu is indeed an exemplary leader, whose love for his people is unquestionable”. His leadership qualities can only be described as iconic”, he said.

“After observing the leadership qualities of the leader of  Indigenous People of Biafra, we the youths in the North-east drums our support to the Biafra Project”, Musa said.

“We are therefore calling on well-meaning Nigerians, lovers of freedom to support the actualization of Biafra this year”.

“We are tired of the killings in Nigeria. Our leaders have abandoned us and are all living in Abuja and some of them are staying abroad with their families, and we are left to be killed by all manner of armed criminals”.

“Fulani Herdsmen and Boko Haram members rape and kill our women and our youths unchallenged”,  we cannot go to our farms anymore, we want peace and we believe the land of Biafra will be very peaceful, he said.

Mohammed revealed that any Igbo man against Nnamdi Kanu is not worthy to be called an Igbo man”, he opined.

He said, “I am a Hausa Man and I supports Mazi Nnamdi Kanu because he is honest”. He should be called Sarkin Igbo”.

He has not collected any bribe from the federal government like other freedom fighters like Asari Dokubo and Ralph Uwazurike.

“Most of us here in the Northeast will become a Biafra when achieved. We love Biafrans, you can count on us for support”, he said.

The Hausa Youth Lamentation For Freedom and Development

You will recall that the deaths of and whispered deaths of people in far-away places in Kaduna can lead to the deaths of hundreds of people in the state capital.

These have gone on for too long with no end in sight other than preachment for tolerance and for people to learn to live in peace when the dust settles.

Leaders go about begging people to live in peace. Beg?

No-one is ever punished; the benefactors are always in the wind. Pastors, Bishops, Sheiks or Chief Imams, have failed the north by the way they have handled these repeated crises in northern Nigeria because they are habituated to being politically correct every time instead of calling a spade by its name, shrinking violets.

Who doesn’t know that politicians in the north play on prejudices to divide and tear the people apart? What is amazing is how fast youths go about killing people. These killings would go on unabated until these youths have jobs to do but who will provide them with jobs.

A cry for help

Many of today’s political persons in the north do not have passion for the growth of Nigeria, do they? Then how come the north is so unpredictable, calm at sunset and chaotic at sunrise? Who are the impresarios that coordinate these destructions? The north should have moved beyond having crises reported forever about it. It is a shame that the establishment players have destroyed the north.

A region so polarized now along religious lines.‬ People of the north are so interested in the religion of customs and symbols without values. Is there a religion that supports the killing of people? I am tempted to believe that atheists believe in God more than the people of the north, paradoxically speaking, because atheists see God in human beings and promote humanitarian causes than people who claim to believe in a God that they lay claim to for themselves.

“Our God” and “their God” Such is the unfortunate scenario in Nigeria. Our love for our kinds is higher and abysmal to those who aren’t our kinds.

Most can’t think on their feet. They are like the Scottish people who were once a Gaelic-speaking people. They abandoned it for English and yet ask for a referendum to leave the English. We delude ourselves into thinking that the west can help to develop Nigeria without efforts from Nigerians other than to destroy and kill people every time gleefully after which we go to pray to “Our God”.

It is hoped that the conscience of our youths will be pricked and their minds transformed to move away from devilry. It is important because the agendas of their benefactors are about politics, power, economics and they are well-fed and these say a lot. They have taught the youths to not increase their vanishing points, to not give latitude to people not like them and never to partake in national life positively.

No wonder the northern youths fancy the parapet in their household only.

The pervasive false sense of national identity, nationalism and xenophobia, which characterized Brexit is no different in Nigeria, maybe worse here. We practice not the progressive National identity to advance the cause of our tribes but the destructive type, which pits one region against another, the backward type of nationalism with borders in a world, which should move beyond having borders.

Regional Identity politics is supreme to them more than national identity politics, the same way it is in the UK. The Welsh, Irish and Scots love their homelands more than the British. And so the youths prefer being a native of a tribe more than being Nigerian. That is a narrow-minded way, of looking at life and humanity. Where then is the place of Humanity?

“People who do not care for the interest of others are no human beings. And in the Land of Biafra, is humanity”. 
“They came to the North and developed it to its current level, and if you check across the length and breadth of this nation called Nigeria, the Igbo man has invested his money, that is humanity” 

Human beings ask questions and they don’t in slavish salute. Provision of the dole of democracy is a right and not a privilege. And so if a governor decides to construct a highway from Bauchi to the state border with Plateau, the youths need no clap. It is right.

When the Plateau state governor does same from Plateau to Gombe and the Gombe helmsman to Adamawa, they need not clap. But when the Adamawa governor chooses not to construct his to Borno. The youths should ask why.

When commuting between Mubi to Michika takes seven forevers due to the bad road, the youths should ask questions and not glory in self-pity.

Sir Ahmadu Bello the premier of the northern region was once credited as saying that, “I believe all leaders from the regions of this country believe in the unity of, Nigeria and if we all come out together as one our differences will be sorted out for national growth.” And Nelson Mandela said, “To be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.”

We want to be free, the Youths in the North cry out for redemption!


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