Fearless Catholic Clergy Bishop Matthew Kukah on BiafraDavid Anayo
From Bishop Matthew Kukah
Anyone who thinks the Biafra agitation is a nuisance and irritating should know that it is not the collective aspiration of all Igbos but especially that no one has the monopoly of nuisance.
Nuisance begets nuisance.
When you stay with potash loaders you too will share in their dusty hair.
It is in this country that the same standards are not held against all.
Some can get away with anything but others cannot get away with same thing.
I shudder at those who blame the agitators for agitating; everyone knows what is good for them.
If you don’t know what is good for you then shut up and don’t obstruct those who know what is good for them.
If I have my way I will cease to be a Nigerian because there is no sense of nationhood.
Those who have leverage over others use it to oppress them, otherwise how can you explain the audacious impunity of a certain section of this country.
They can intimidate everybody even a sitting president and get away with it.
When GEJ was president he was literally harassed by this same people until they sent him packing and we thought they will be appeased. But a las we were mistaken!
Now how do I love a country where a murderous terrorist group like the herdsmen acclaimed even internationally as deadly is being openly defended by a govt that wants my loyalty.
BY:Bishop Matthew Kukah
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