Why Nigerians should not hail Sunday Igboho and condemn Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

Nigeria is like a mother with many children. The 36 States are likened to be the children of a mother (Nigeria). It is the duty of every mother to love her children equally without any preference, so as to avoid hatred amongst the children. When there is absence of equal treatment, the less loved children would want to be on their own.

Few years ago, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu alleged that, the Igbo region are marginalized and unfairly treated in the area of political appointments and positioning. It was such allegation that led to pursuing a course of freedom. Hence, he became a self exclaimed leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra Biafra(IPOB).

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So far, Nnamdi Kanu has put in all he knows would work into place to make sure that IPOB achieve independence as region. Nevertheless, when he started the Biafra movement, some people (Igbos and non – igbos alike) condemned his course, saying that he was only trying to bring unrest to the country. Others felt (maybe still feel) that, he was endangering the lives of gullible Igbos who pledged to follow him.

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Fast forward to few months ago. One Sunday Igboho rose from the South West to fight for the Republic of Oduduwa. Without mincing words, some people have ended up calling Sunday Igboho a hero. Interestingly, both Igbos and non Igbos are those applauding the boldness and temerity of the South West activist. Same people that once condemned the course of Nnamdi Kanu are same calling Sunday Igboho a hero.

How is Sunday Igboho different from Mazi Nnamdi Kanu? 

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