Another nation, Biafra, Odua, whatever, not in my name!

The IPOB and Odua separatists believe they invented the wheel. This Nigerian nationstate is a failure, let’s try another nationstate in our name! Yes, it is agreed that a certain region has established hegemonic powers over others. Corruption, nepotism, marginalization, rigged elections, economic and political parambulation… Name it, if it’s bad, it’s Nigeria! We agree. ...

Nigeria’s 84 year cycle of Justice.

84 years ago, South and Middlebelt youth came together and formed the Nigerian Youth Movement, the first major Nigerian nationalist movement, which eventually culminated in the independence, spread across Black Africa and where we are today.The spiritual essence of Justice is tied to the 84 year orbit of Uranus, which we call Shango, Amadioha etc. ...

The Nigerian Apocalypse: Doom or Boom?

Nigerians are at the cusp of a very profound change and we must understand some certain things that could either make or destroy us. For the lack of knowledge a people might perish. Corona is essentially ending the 2000yr era of religious and political dogma, the era of Olokun/Pisces biblically captured as the Second horseman ...

Yoruba-Igbo fracas is the bane of the Black Race!

It would be an uphill task to garner Yoruba support for an Igbo presidency in 2023, which is the rightful thing to do, following the rotational presidency that has seen both SW and SS to power. More so, an Igbo presidential candidate that strongly supports the collective aspirations of the Original African majority of South ...

Eurasiatic intellectual tyranny in Nigeria and across Black Africa

There is a persistent intellectual, cultural and spiritual slavery among Original Africans, the Niger-Congo ethnolinguistic, despite the breaking of our physical chains of slavery many years ago. Academic and cultural leaders are forced to stick to the historical version of their Abrahamic colonizers. You won’t believe the pressure placed on the Ooni of Ife, the ...

The Freedom we need!

The freedom I need is within me. A freedom to being me. A freedom to my undisguised cultural identity and tongue as an Original African of the Niger Congo ethnolinguistic family. A freedom from Abrahamic religious and academic dogma to understand that I evolved as a human in Southern Nigeria, the true Eden, where my ...

One legged Nigeria: Generational curse or Social Reproduction Theory

The world was made in twos. Duality gives structure Balance. Checks and balance. The greatest problem we have in Nigeria is the lack of a counterbalance to Northern power bloc, so we stand on only one leg that makes the Nigerian polity unstable, unjust and perambulating. Some will argue that it is the 1999 constitution ...

Igala legal tussle on Lokoja reveals seperatists ignorance

A recent High Court judgement ‘reverted’ the traditional authority of Lokoja and environs to the Attah of Igala, following a case instituted by the previous Attah over a decade ago, during which only the Attah stool could provide any valid claim backed with documents and simple logic. The Alaafin of Oyo nor Oba of Benin ...

Igbo Original African philosophical foundations.

For too long Igbos philosophical foundations have been intentionally misconstrued to be mere idol worshipping. This is false because all Original Africans believe in one Supreme Almighty God known as Chukwu. Alusis are just spiritual manifestations of philosophical concepts, like saints, in what is known as Odinala/Odinani, normally stored in their Original African Information Retrieval ...

The Knee on Nigerians and Mama Africa’s Neck

The knee on George Floyd’s neck is symbolic of Black peoples plight throughout the world from the streets of Minnesota to the heart of Mama Africa. They slowly suffocate us and look away as if nothing is happening. The same criminalizing process to justify death throughout the world, but the time for true Justice is ...
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