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Donald Trump: “There Is No Shortcut To Maturity, Africa Should Be recolonized!

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Speaking yesterday in Nebraska, Trump said that Africans are slaves living like slaves in their own land yet they claim they are independent.

Trump was responding to a question by a South African journalist on whether he thinks African leaders were right to seek mass withdrawal from the Hague based International Criminal Court.

“It is shameful for African leaders to seek exit from ICC. In my view, these leaders want to have all the freedom to oppress their poor people without anyone asking them a question. I think there is no shortcut to maturity and in my view, Africa should be recolonized because Africans are still under slavery. Look at how those African leaders change constitutions in their favour so that they can be life presidents. They are all greedy and do not care about the common people” Said Trump

“When I saw them gang up against ICC yet they can’t even find an amicable solution for the ongoing quandary in Burundi, I thought to myself these people lack discipline and humane heart. They can’t lead by example. The only thing they are interested in is accumulating wealth from poor tax payers. Before they think of exiting from ICC, they should first restore peace in Burundi and other war-torn countries rather than gathering like hyenas with the aim of finishing the poor people” Ad

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Why Nnamdi Kanu Cannot Be Destroyed By Any Government Or Man Born Of Woman – Fani Kayode Opens Up

Fani Kayode has revealed a shocking why IPOB Leader Nanmdi Kanu cannot be destroyed by any government.



Kayode said; Nnamdi Kanu cannot be destroyed or silenced by any government or man born of woman because the Lord is with him and He is using him. He is using him to say and do the things that many believe but that are too scared to say or do.



Read An Essay He Wrote About KANU



In my essay titled “Head Bloodied But Not Bowed And The Ascension Of President-Elect Donald J. Trump” (Part 1) I wrote the following:



“When I went to visit the great and brilliant freedom fighter, Nnamdi Kanu, who is the leader of IPOB and easily the most courageous, powerful and credible Igbo leader in Nigeria today in his cell we had a very instructive and long discussion.



I had never met Nnamdi before and I was amazed at his depth of knowledge, his immense courage and his deep convictions.



There is no doubt in my mind that that man is going places and in him the Igbo have an Ojukwu and a Nnamdi Azikiwe all rolled into one. He is destined for greatness”.



Apparantly my words have created quite a stir amongst those who believe that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu cannot be mentioned in the same breath as Azikiwe or Ojukwu, both of whom, in my view, are also great men.



Yet despite their reservations I believe that we must give honor to whom it is due. Consequently I have no regrets for what I have said.



Those that are upset at the fact that I spoke highly of the IPOB leader are misguided and, worst still, they lack vision, foresight and insight.



They not only lack the ability to perceive individuals and events accurately but they also lack the gift of discermment. They may see the man but they cannot assess or recognise the spirit that is in him and that motivates him.

Worse of all they are suffering from good old fashioned envy and they have been afflicted with the worst form of ignorance.



Most of them have never even met Kanu let alone know him. I sat next to him for three solid hours in the most challenging and difficult circumstances.



We discussed our respective views about Nigeria, our collective history, the suffering and marginalisation of our respective people, the Nigerian civil war, the reptilian and violent nature of the Nigerian state, the present dispensation, the Buhari government and the way forward.



I have associated with, met and worked with many men of influence and power since I entered the combustible fray of politics thirty years ago but this one was different.



This was a man that had what I would describe as a Mahatma Ghandi-like quality. That is to say he is one that is prepared to sacrifice everything and anything for his beliefs, his people and his cause.



Like the great Scottish freedom fighter William Wallace I have no doubt that if he deemed it necessary he would go as far as to sacrifice his very life in the struggle for freedom and independence for his Igbo people from the Nigerian state and from our internal colonial masters and for the establishment of his beloved Biafra.



Not all may agree with him on that course but they must respect his determination, passion and courage.



Very few Nigerian leaders have that level of selflessness and commitment to any cause and, simply put, I admire it.



I looked deeply into his eyes as we spoke and I touched and weighed his soul.



I can tell you, without any fear of contradiction, that he is a profoundly good man who loves his Igbo people deeply.



He is also well-educated and widely-read and he is a formidable intellectual.



We may not have agreed on everything but I can tell you this much: we share an aversion to the spread of radical Islam and terror in Nigeria and indeed throughout the world.



We also share deep concerns about the oppression of our people by the state, the vicious persecution and desperate attempt to silence all the voices of the opposition in our country, the marginalis

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Biafrans hopeful, as Nnamdi Kanu's bail hearing draws near



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Biafra hopefuls all across Nigeria have soaked their chaplets in water, even as a Federal High Court in Abuja on Thursday, November 17, fixed December 1 for ruling on the bail applications filed by their embattled leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.



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It is the believe of many pro-Biafra agitators that the hearing of the bail applicaton by Nnamdi Kanu would lead to the freedom of their embattled leader.

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPO, Nnamdi Kanu, and three others with whom he was charged with offences including treasonable felony and an act preparatory to act of terrorism, are to have their cases for bail, heared by a competent court sitting in Abuja.



READ ALSO: My encounter with Boko Haram in Kuje and my 3-hour discussion with Kanu – Fani-Kayode



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Nnamdi Kanu raises his hand in victory, as he steps out of court where his bail application still remains undecided until Thursday, December 1.

The Punch reports that Justice Binta Nyako fixed the date for ruling after lawyers to the four defendants argued their separate bail applications which were opposed by the prosecuting counsel, Mr Shuaibu Labaran, on Thursday, November 17.



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Others with whom Kanu was re-arraigned on November 8, were the National Coordinator of IPOB member, Mr. Chidiebere Onwudiwe, Benjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi.



They were, in the 11 counts, including treasonable felony, managing an unlawful society, publication of defamatory matter, illegal possession of firearms and improper importation of goods.



READ ALSO: #BuhariMustGo: 8 reasons Nigerians are tired and want Buhari to resign



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Onwudiwe was specifically accused in one of the counts of an act preparatory to an act of terrorism.



All the counts were in connection with the accused persons’ alleged broadcasts on Radio Biafra and agitation for the secession from Nigeria, states in the South-East and South-South zones and other communities in Kogi and Benue states to constitute a Republic of Biafra.



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The judge had on November 8, fixed Thursday for the hearing of the bail applications shortly after the accused pleaded not guilty to the amended 11 counts preferred against them by the Federal Government.



The four accused persons were represented by their separate lawyers, Ifeanyi Ejiofor (for Kanu); Mr. I. Adoga (for Onwudiwe); Mr. E. I Efeme (for Madubugwu) and Mr. Maxwell Okpara (for Nwaiwusi).



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Pro-Biafra agitators in jubilation, anticipating a victory at the hearing on Kanu’s bail application come Thursday, December 1.

At the hearing on Thursday the lawyers urged the judge to dismiss the counter-affidavit filed in opposition to their clients’ applications.



They contended that the claim by the prosecution that their clients would constitute a threat to national security if released on bail pending the conclusion of their trial was false.

Efeme said: “The prosecution has the duties to give the particulars of how the defendants would constitute national security.



“These documents (provided by the prosecution) do not show such.”



In a similar vein, Prophet Princewill Iheme has foreseen that President Muhammadu Buhari will soon release the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPO Nnamdi Kanu.



In an exclusive statement for NAIJ.com, the prominent man of God also said that president-elect of the USA Donald Trump will not support the Biafra independence.



Prophet said: “My fellow Nigerians, I’m not afraid to deliver God’s message the only thing that can happen to a man is death which is the biological zero point of a man. Every human being must die one day.”



“God revealed to me that President Donald Trump can’t give Biafra. The only thing that can give Biafra is unity among t

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