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Achebe And The Bitter Truths From True Elders


Achebe And The Bitter Truths From True Elders

*Achebe And The Bitter Truths From True Elders

By Ikechukwu Enyiagu

Those who boastfully killed God's children with starvation, deprivation and outright murder turned around, after they have made rubbish of their anti-Igbo privatization policy, and started ordaining themselves as priests of the very God whose children they joyfully killed - priests to the "Most High," albeit in hypocritical and demeaning gestures of humility. They have destroyed even the temples in which they make a show of making mention of God's name. What is worse; their seed grew up to see the consequences of the abominations of their fathers, yet refuse to receive the baptism of repentance. Instead, they chose the path of their suicidal fathers and arrogantly revealed the spirit of the betraying humility which their fathers used to expose their indispensableness. ( Continues below….. )

Starving Biafran Children

Photo Above: Starving Biafran Children

As the God of all life rejected Nigeria, even from its foundations, so has he rejected the spiritual leadership of these slaves of darkness who resist all truth. To date, their spiritual-fatherism and shepherd-mantle-ship have not been able to provide shelter to hundreds and thousands killed everyday and everywhere in this abomination called Nigeria; they could neither provide spiritual covering nor could they explain to the flock while "the gate of hell" is driving through to their sacred alters and blowing up ‘sincere seekers’ in the smoke of the wrath of satan's urgency - seeing that his time is short upon man. Jesus said: "upon this revealed truth, will my church be built and no gate of hell shall prevail against it." While many extol the bravery with which one of our most-esteemed elders, and father, Prof. Chinua Achebe, tried to make the bitter truths of Nigeria chewable, the majority of those who have hitherto fed the spirit of Nigeria's decay are yet to understand that, as long as nothing is ever hidden under the sun, every callous injustice will inevitably return home to their creators with burning desires to test their surprising impacts upon their gods - gods of gross injustice, wickedness and hell. There's nothing hidden under the sun; it shall be revealed. ( Continues below..... )

Prof. Chinua Achebe

Photo Above: Prof. Chinua Achebe

Biafra and her children have and are still being unjustly related to. Let those who claim originality and dominion over Lagos and Abuja stop and think: who gave life to these crowds and lights and growths? As Ahmadu Bello once said, "The Igbo are a type of people who like to dominate everybody by starting as labourers and aspiring to grow into head-men within one year." The only life and light in Nigeria comes from the rejected stone, the land of the rising son. Let those who worship oil and man follow the darkness; the Igbo were bought from inception by the God of Israel and for Him alone we are! To the East go; the Spirit and the Truth lives there! There's no other averting of the punishment still revealing and releasing its volcanic venoms upon and against Nigeria, except through the freedom and independence of Biafrans and Biafra. Biafra lives!

Ikechukwu Enyiagu can be reached at ike.enyiagu@gmail.com

All Hail Biafra Hymn (Anthem)

1. All hail Biafra
Land of the rising sun, we love and cherish
We have vanquished our enemies, all hail Biafra
God Bless Biafra, in Him we trust
Shout it sing it, all hail Biafra

2. God bless Biafra
We have emerged triumphant, from all our foes
Through the crucible unscathed, we passed victorious
Our trumpets pealing, the glorious song
Play it, sing it, all hail Biafra

3. Oh hail Biafra
We shall always remember, all that perished,
In the struggle for our freedom, all hail our heroes
Our prayers shall bemoan, both day and night
Say them always, all hail Biafra.

   Click To Listen To "All Hail Biafra Martial"
   Click To Listen To "All Hail Biafra Vocal"
   Click To Listen To "All Hail Biafra Ballad"


Chief (People Servant) Charles O. Okereke is composer of All Hail Biafra, which came to his lips as a child in Orlu on January 12, 1970 at approximately 2.07 pm, the second federal troops stopped shelling the last Biafran stronghold after Biafra surrender announcement by General Philip Effiong. In a press statement Chief Okereke said: "Everybody around me was crying after the Biafran surrender which moved me, also in tears, to repeatedly inspirationally sing - [All Hail Biafra; Land of the rising sun, we love and cherish; We have vanquished our enemies; All Hail Biafra]. Over the next few months I sang the partial song in my dream until it came to me as a full two verse hymn (song). The third verse came to me later, still a child. I am trying to tell the history of the song by coming out openly with it since many are unaware of its origin nor the composer."

All Hail Biafra can simply be described as a child's cry for his people's wanton bloodshed and persecution in a world that did nothing to unimaginable human catastrophe. The hymn sooths the soul, heals the wounds and scars, and courageously drives away fears.

More shocking revelations on All Hail Biafra to be made in due course, so stay tuned.

Charles O. Okereke and Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu

Photo Above: Chief (aka People's Servant) Charles O. Okereke( left ), Late Chief (General) Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, Eze Igbo Gburugburu( right ) Click For Enlarged Photo
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11/03/12 @ 13:13
Comment from: joe [Visitor] Email
joethe advocates of baafara has modered the sleep , thier children ca not sleep there by mourning the fatal mistakes of thier fathe that held the whole nation at random. but until they realise thier missteps , stop poisoning the mind of other tribe, cut out blaming others for thier previous mistake . peace of mind and unity will always be eluding them
11/03/12 @ 13:52
Comment from: joe [Visitor]
joethose who are tenaciously atthached to thier past failure makes future progress a mirage.
forget the past , burry the hatchets and move forward ,men.
11/03/12 @ 13:57
Comment from: Onu Otile [Visitor]
Onu OtileOne by one, the souls of those kids will be avenged.Awolowo committed suicide.Gowon was banished from the same country he led to prosecute the genocidal war for his complexities in killing Murtala Mohammed who (himself)lined up Igbos of Midwest extraction and massacred them for sheltering their brothers.Within their rank and file, Babangida had decimated Bissala and his group while Abacha had caged Obasanjo and forced him to eat his faeces for diner.While these devilish orchestrations were playing themselves out, they had wantonly lined their hell-gates with blocks of oil-laced lands from the same people they had mindlessly killed for demanding some relief for a choking lifestyle.Odi people are today crying for justice. While these Nigerian mongols were looting the country dry and raping the innocence out its citizenry, anarchy took the center stage.One by one, the land will be washed clean again with their cursed blood and we shall know peace and prosperity. Meritocracy will take the place of mediocrity and Nigeria-the giant in the sun-will find its level once again.
11/03/12 @ 16:02
Comment from: mike richard [Visitor]
mike richardThe truth of the matter is a big question and that is "What is your gain in fanning the ember of war?" You and some of our past leaders have never learnt from the past. During the Abacha regime the Yorubas resisted all attempt to drag them into war but fought diplomatic war with the regime. It could have been catastrophic for the race if they succumb. For it a known fact that "in love and war everything is fair" . Why drag people into war? . Why would Boko haram wants somebody to die and kill others with him. What is the difference between a leader who dragged his people to war and a Boko haram leader who persuaded his fellow to commit suicide and kill others along side? Both leaders are same. For in a war situation human beings are killed. For a leader who drove his people to war expects his people to kill as well as to be killed. The Igbos are currently being targetted in the north and now you and others of your like are brewing hatred for them in the west where there is peace between them and the Yorubas. If you should succeed in this your agenda what will be the faith of Common Igbo man, woman and children in Nigeria and what will be your gain? May be the pain inflicted on the Igbos by you and other leaders is not enough you want them to go to war again with Nigeria and more of Igbos be killed.
11/03/12 @ 17:22
Comment from: Emma/Thailand [Visitor]
Emma/ThailandIt is no longer a new thing, that Biafra is near. Like it or not it shall come to pass. God has ordained it. I will love to be party to its actualization. Long Life Biafra!
11/03/12 @ 23:31
Comment from: sincerelyyours [Visitor] Email
sincerelyyoursKnow that the irony of war is that it uses man's best to do man's worst!
11/04/12 @ 04:59
Comment from: scotty joochim ide [Visitor]
scotty joochim ideActually let biafra take any neccesary steps via dialogues 2 settle their matter, bt if dialogue could nt yield any coverted goal,i think ojukwu formular has 2 come in.which is counter attack,even d bible said d kingdom of God suffereth violence and d violent taketh it. Since God kingdom suffers while wont mortal kingdom do even more d imortal kingdom.
11/04/12 @ 14:16
Comment from: Osa [Visitor]
OsaLets not forget the past, it helps us avoid future mistakes. Yes Nigeria committed genocide against her own people during the war, fanned by the drum of war to subjugate God's creation. To denial that genocide was not the order, from the high command to persecute Nigeria civil war, then the truth has not been told. Such people may equally denial that, massacre never took place in the north against the Ibos. To move on, we must forgive so that peace will reign amongst us.
11/05/12 @ 10:48
Comment from: Irma [Visitor]
IrmaThere's definately a lot to know about this topic. I love all of the pointss you made.
01/07/16 @ 17:34

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