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Food For Thought

UmuIgbo, geenu nti.
You don't have to attend every Ime-Obi meeting  of Ohaneze or join MASSOB or the Customary Governmemt of Biafra or MOBIN to contribute to the  struggle for Igbo emancipation. We have laid road maps down over many moons, yet people are still making a lot of useless noise.
 Consider this: This Christmas, Ndigbo will eat at least N100b worth of nama. 90 percent of that money goes into the pockets of the same people who have shut down the  Eastern Economic Corridor since 1966.

Our mumu never do?

Why can't we eat locally grown pork, chicken, goat, sheep and fish and let them feel the economic pressure and keep to it until at least the Eastern Corridor is again opened.
 All you need to do is stop eating nama (ehi-Hausa) yourself and encourage your Umunna to stop. If every onye akuko nkori in this forum goes namaless and becomes a local leader for the campaign, they will get the message. We have economic muscles, let's  flex them.
 Ndigbo  will also pay up to N15b to uka ndi ofe mmanu this December in the form of tithe. Our mumu never do? How much of that tithe we pay to the God of TB Joshua comes back to help Ndigbo? Did we do anything to God?
 Trust me, God will still accept your charitable disposition and bless you very much if you can pour that money into local charity in alaigbo. The hunger is too much in Nigeria and our people are desperate. Or are you not  aware that  far away in Libya are many economically displaced Igbo kids whose organs are being harvested? Rehabilitate an Igbo exslave returning from Libya instead of tithing uka ndi ofe.  God will bless you just as much.
 Ndi Yoruba are complicit in shutting down our economy. It was all Awolowo mastermind. As long as Lagos remains the  mono economic gateway of Nigeria, Ndi Yoruba will not fight the status quo with the same degree of urgency we feel.
 If you start with yourself and create the awareness on these two fronts alone, believe me, you can't imagine what you have done to put pressure on our captives to rethink.
 You will see the fruits in 5 years. That's like investing 1.5 trillion from nama and 500 billion from tithe or 2 trillion in reinvestment per year into Igbo economy. The multiplier effect is humongous.
 Meanwhile, your doing this will bring tremendous economic growth to alaIgbo.
 UmuIgbo, unu akozina akuko nkori. Each and everyone of us can be a local champion for Igbo political and economic autonomy by minding  our microeconomic choices.

Let the herdsman eat his nama for now.

All the talk about Atiku this and Buhari that or nonsense Igbo Vice Presidency, what value  does it bring to Ndigbo? Why waste our energy like this?
  If you lack the motivation, replay in your mind how Buhari sent soldiers to shove the heads of unarmed and defenseless Igbo kids in mud water and suffocated  them cold turkey and dumped them in mass graves and some useless Igbo governors got together and rewarded him with a chieftaincy title. Alili egbuem. 
  If you think that these simple practical tips for getting involved make sense, biko share this widely and most importantly, do your humble part. It adds up.
  We are in a marathon not a sprint but believe me when I tell you that I have been to the mountain top and seen the Promised Land for which our hearts sigh.

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