…Before Nnamdi Kanu is Killed

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by Dr. Charles Awuzie (Johannesburg)

“The use of force to deprive peoples of their national identity constitutes a violation of their inalienable rights and of the principle of non-intervention…By virtue of the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples enshrined in the charter of the United Nations, all peoples have the right to freely determine, without external interference, their political status and to pursue their economic, social and cultural development, and every state has the duty to respect this right in accordance with the provisions of the United Nations Charter.” ~Ref: Hurst Hannum; Autonomy, Sovereignty and Self-Determination: The Accommodation of Conflicting Rights, Page 38.

I have endured the urge to write about the on-going agitation for the release of Mr. Nnamdi Kanu and the subsequent declaration of the Sovereignty of Biafra for two reasons:

1) Because of my principle of not publicly speaking about any subject I have no clear understanding of.

2) Because of my doubts about the honesty of the motives of the incarcerated leader of the #IPOB – Mr. Nnamdi Kanu.

Its okay if you have a problem with my second reason, I also do. The proliferation of Secessionist Movements in recent times has made some of us to question the motives, aims and desires of the leaders of such groups before we lend our tiny voice(s) to their cause.

For the record, I believe in the principle of self-determination, whether it is Chief Femi Fani-Kayode’s call for the secession of the Yoruba people from Nigeria or Mr. Nnamdi Kanu’s struggle for Biafra’s secession from Nigeria; I believe in both ideologies but I always have problem trusting in the pioneers of such movements, perhaps because of my secret romance with conspiracy theories.

Back to the purpose of this macro-blog, I am afraid that Nnamdi Kanu might not make it out of ‘prison’ alive, not because Buhari will kill him but because the security agents might snuff the life out of him in the course of interrogating him. But before that happens, here is my two-edged-sword:

First to Biafrans: Protests, no matter how peaceful have never solved any socio-political problem instead it has created more confusion and chaos. You have a just cause. The actualisation of Biafra is a dream every Biafran hates to be awoken from. That you and I love Biafra doesn’t mean that we hate Nigeria. It just means that we would rather choose to relate with Nigeria as a mother and no longer as a sister. If Nigeria understands this, she would let Biafra go in peace having understood that at one stage in life, a mother will have to release her child to take care of himself.

Like everyone else, I believe in self-determination but I do not believe that IPOB and MASSOB are doing it the right way.

Biafrans should immediately withdraw from the streets and mobilise a team of high powered international lawyers who would engage the United Nations in the processes and procedures of self-determination. This would culminate in the summoning of the Nigerian Government to a world court and subsequently, the Nigerian Government would be given an ultimatum by the international community to either hold a referendum on the Biafra-Secession saga or risk sanctions. I strongly believe that if the international community forces Nigeria into holding a referendum on Biafra-Nigeria marriage, Biafra would surely win. This way, we would have secured victory without further bloodsheds and unnecessarily frustrating economic activities in South Eastern Nigeria.

To the Nigerian Government: I believe that you have the right to protect the unity and sovereignty of Nigeria. I also understand that you do not wish to kill Nnamdi Kanu in detention. But please understand that it is dangerous to fight an ideology whose time has come. The war against Boko Haram has not been won because it is a fight against an ideology. Biafra is an ideology and not an enemy. Only fools fight ideologies with bullets. I will advise that the Nigerian Government call for a referendum on the secession of Biafra. I bet you that there are millions of Biafrans who would vote against Biafra, not because they don’t believe in Biafra but because they don’t trust the after-effects of the declaration of the sovereignty of Biafra. They are afraid that if the igbos are still divided over grey-haired issues like the OSU-Nwadiala myth, the ODIBO/ORU-OGA mentality, The inter-State dichotomy where Abia would freely deport Anambra civil servants while Anambra would not promote an Enugu civil servant beyond a certain grade level because of their state of origin and all the crinkum crankum familiar with the politics of the Igbo people. With fears like these and perhaps a few state-sponsored propaganda, Nigeria might win the referendum.

#NO2Protests #YES2Referendum #ReleaseNnamdiKanuNOW #CharlesAwuzieSPEAKS

Dr. Charles Awuzie is a South African based Nigerian pastor, succeeding businessman and prolific blogger. He blogs on and tweets @pastorcharlesc.


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Please AFRICA THISDAY publish this so that my Nigerian friends can stop been obsessed of beautiful South African women and also so that my South African brothers can keep their as* in one place.

Not every girl you see out there is human. So many of them are on a mission, they are sent by different occultic kingdoms
to fulfill different missions. I belonged to a very powerful marine kingdom here in South Africa and each girl in our kingdom had the power to disappear from a scene, transform our body into any animal, or even change the brains of our victim with a dead brain. This is why some men who came to South Africa with an aim when they sleep with us, they abandon their original plans and only desire to have more sex adventures with any of our beautiful agents. We were all given spiritual HIV to spread to every man and each girl had a mission of sleeping with 100 men in a week. A type of HIV that no machine in the world can detect it but it will gradually kill the man.

In my case, I had powers that made me sleep with multiple men at various locations at the same place. So one man will be sleeping with me in Johannesburg by 8:00PM and another man in Cape Town will also be sleeping with me at the same time. I don’t get into any serious relationship with the men so that they won’t find out my true identity. I don’t sleep with one particular man more than twice. So if you are reading this and you have ever slept with any girl just once or twice and then you lost contact with her or she refused coming to sleep with you again, then you might have been a victim of my former kingdom. We also used to target tourist who come into South Africa and desires one night stand with South African ladies. We also targeted institutions of learning and killed the destinies of most young men by sleeping with them. After sleeping with a man, he will have the spiritual HIV and die faster.

One day, a powerful man of God {I won’t mention his name} conducted a crusade and we where 7 powerful girls that went to destroy him. We were hanging in the air commanding a spiritual torrential rain to start falling but the man of God sensed our presence and asked the congregants to start praying. The battle was so strong but at the end, we all fell from the sky and that was how I was delivered. I thank God that I am a child of God today. I am always sorry for all the things I did when I was in the kingdom of darkness and I am using this opportunity to expose my former kingdom so that my conscience will not spank me each time I see another young man entering a hotel with any of our beautiful agents.

To my brothers & sisters out there who chase every girl/man they see, Please stop it because most of them are witches and once you sleep with them, you are finished. You will never leave South Africa in one piece again. You will be frustrated in every way until you start thinking of suicide. And if you have been a victim then I will advise you go to God in prayers. Don’t rush to any man of God because we have even rendered most men of God impotent through sex. Only a few men of God here in South Africa are free from us because they have refused to have sex with us or accept the fame and money we promise them.



1) Cast the spell of lust into Johannesburg which is the entry point of South Africa so that whoever enters this country through here will be possessed with a strong desire for sex.

2)Launch my arrow of hard luck on 50 beautiful girls so that they will become financially frustrated and then will become vulnerable for our kingdom.

3) Cause loose men to have careless money so that they won’t know what to do with such unplanned money than to spend it in clubs where we had already placed our agents for pick-ups.

4) Attack every evangelist, pastor or church in South Africa and make them develop pity and emotional attachment to our beautiful agents which we attach to their lives and ministries.

5) Attend the level 999 meeting in the caves of ancient Babylon where I will receive my promotion into the second to the highest order of the kingdom and then I planned to invite more agents from the British Virgin Islands and India.

Brothers, be careful when you see any strange woman in this country. It is beyond what your eyes can see.

Share this to save your brothers from destruction.


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ABUJA— Barely a month after President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe made derogatory remarks about Nigeria and its citizens, the Federal Government, yesterday, reacted, describing Mugabe’s statement as “unstatesmanlike and dishonourable.”

Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Martin Uhoimoibhi, made the condemnation while addressing a two man delegation from Zimbabwe.

Mugabe had, during his recent 90th birthday luncheon hosted by the Service Chiefs and the Public Commission, described Nigeria and its citizens as corrupt.

Mugabe, while addressing the delegates at the occasion, said Zimbabweans were now almost behaving like Nigerians who, according to him, have to be corruptly paid for every service.

Reacting to President Mugabe’s derogatory remarks, the Permanent Secretary said the Federal Government was deeply concerned that a sitting President whose country Nigeria had assisted immensely during its liberation struggle and had enjoyed cordial relations with, could take “considerable time to vituperate about Nigeria, reflecting what we considered to be a strong aversion for our country.”

Uhoimoibhi said it was disheartening that not only did the utterance not reflect the reality in the country but that it came from a sitting president of a brotherly country.

He said: “We considered the remarks denigrating and unstateman like on Nigeria and Nigerians in general. We want to present the strongest protest on that statement. We thought it was most unkind and very dishonourable.

“So we take the strongest exception to it and we protest it for its partial inaccuracy, and also for the unfriendly attitude that it conveyed from the President towards Nigeria and Nigerians.

‘We ‘re proud Africans’

“Nigerians are Afrocentric people. We are very proud of the role we have played throughout our history to uphold the dignitary of the black race and the black man wherever he exists.

“We are immensely proud of our history in the liberation struggle. Nigeria, even though it was geographically different, distant from Southern Africa, was regarded as a frontline state.

“This was not a struggle that we fought half heartedly. We fought that struggle with all our heart, with our mind and every Nigerian citizen paid the prize for that struggle.

“Your pain was our pain; your struggle was our struggle. We believe your freedom is our freedom. But for the number one citizen of that country to regard Nigeria in a term in which the statement of the president was reported to have represented Nigeria with what was most unkind, hostile and unfriendly, we hope that this does not reflect a long-standing aversion for Nigerians.”

The permanent secretary, who gave the assurance that Nigeria would not change its Afrocentric policy, stressed that the country would continue to work for the good of all mankind and indeed the black race.

He said: “We have the utmost respect for Zimbabweans. You are welcome to our country but we are not happy and we are most unhappy indeed at this utterance.”


Slams South Africa

Ambassador Uhoimoibhi, who also reacted to the racist attack on Nigerians by South Africans, called on the South African government to checkmate such act.

He also enjoined South Africa to ensure that in line with “all appropriate actions consistent with commitment of South African government to international standard of behaviour and the cordial relations that exist between our two countries, those matters are dealt with in appropriate way.

“We condemn in the strongest terms any act of racism, xenophobia and discrimination perpetrated by whomsoever, and we are appalled that this incident occurred from a country we hold in a high esteem and which is a brother country to Nigeria.”

Receiving the memoir and the note from Uhoimoibhi for onward delivery to the Zimbabwean government, the Head of Chancery, Mr. Kunjeku, promised to deliver the message.

In a related development, there has been unconfirmed rumors of attacks on Nigerians living in Johannesburg, South Africa early this week.
Nigerians have always been the target of every xenophobic attack in Southern Africa despite the roles they played during the struggle for the freedom of this region.