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NNAMDI KANU NEEDS GUIDANCE
-by Fr Mbaka:

´´He’s throwing away goodwill, support and trust of millions.
His language is increasingly belligerent, uncouth, his logic tilting towards the irrational and his attacks on Christianity, the Clergy, individuals, groups and other institutions, untenable and unnecessary.
He should limit himself to issues that solely have to do with the restoration.
There presently is, a huge leadership crisis in the land under a comatose leader, who can’t tell his ankle from his knee. Kanu could seek ways to take advantage! Offer a strongly interesting alternative!
In addition, he could look for ways of stirring up the awareness of the people as banditry, terrorism, killings, corruption, erosion of every single national value have plagued the country.
So many people are disillusioned and will buy into the struggle if he displays tact and maturity!
Kanu could play down on that Elohim stuff.
Dwell more on quota system, federal character and their inner workings.
Nnamdi could say little on Jubril, reveal more on the injustice of oil Wells ownership and the destruction of the ecosystem of the Niger Delta.
Mazi could focus less on events in Aso Rock and tell us more about the untapped wealth in the bowels of the earth in SE and how it will be harnessed.
Wealth deliberately unexploited by the FG!
Nwannekaenyi could draw our minds to what Biafra could do for the thousands of creative, innovative, well gifted young men and women in Nnewi, Onitsha and Aba who could singlehandedly put us on the world science and technology map when given the right impetus, excellent environment and moral support!
Onye ndu could and should harp on the bright side of Igbo/Yoruba relationship; The goodwill of individuals like Fani Kayode, Adekunle Fajuyi, T.O. S.Benson, Adeniran Ogunsanya, Bashiru Owoade,. Men who remained loyal to their Igbo friends/bosses/proteges. Make a narrative from the goodwill of the Western regional government that returned Igbo properties at the end of the war! This is better to than cast aspersions on an entire people, a good number of whom acknowledge that Igbos and people of old Eastern region have been dealt a bad card…
When you highlight the goodness in inter ethnic relationships, many people key consciously and unconsciously into your struggle; you further undermine those who have created the stifling and oppressive system that has retarded the country and left it broken, battered, bloodied and destroyed!
The church is a powerful institution. Kanu should realize there are people far more eloquent and persuasive on pulpits scattered across the land than he is! They could undermine his immense support and destroy his struggle!
I have heard pastors, priests and bishops stick out their necks to rail against the status quo and support the agitation. Where does this blanket tagging of all of them as criminals and unsavoury characters leave them and their Churches?
He could call on clerics to preach equity and justice, condemn terrorism, impunity and cluelessness of the state. He’ll find far more resonance with the Clerics when he does this than when he alienates them. They too have been victims of the slaughter of Herdsmen, Boko Haram and Bandits. Co-opt them as comrades in the struggle instead of this humiliating chastisement.
Kanu could retain his fiery exterior without recourse to insulting sensibilities of people or sections of the populace…
It is also not every criticism he should respond to.
Many may not like this post, but Igbos are eternal democrats. We speak our minds!
It is not his fight alone! We all are stakeholders.
Great hunters of old used to say…
“Ihe meturu nwanza ga emetu nwaobu.”
“That which disturbs the Sparrow will hurt the Robin…”
Do the elders not say the length of the night does not give an impatient man a hunch back.
You have done well thus far, but in the way of Ndigbo and related people, we ask you to discard the baggage that brings opprobrium!´´NNAMDI KANU NEEDS GUIDANCE
-by Fr Mbaka:

´´He’s throwing away goodwill, support and trust of millions.
His language is increasingly belligerent, uncouth, his logic tilting towards the irrational and his attacks on Christianity, the Clergy, individuals, groups and other institutions, untenable and unnecessary.
He should limit himself to issues that solely have to do with the restoration.
There presently is, a huge leadership crisis in the land under a comatose leader, who can’t tell his ankle from his knee. Kanu could seek ways to take advantage! Offer a strongly interesting alternative!
In addition, he could look for ways of stirring up the awareness of the people as banditry, terrorism, killings, corruption, erosion of every single national value have plagued the country.
So many people are disillusioned and will buy into the struggle if he displays tact and maturity!
Kanu could play down on that Elohim stuff.
Dwell more on quota system, federal character and their inner workings.
Nnamdi could say little on Jubril, reveal more on the injustice of oil Wells ownership and the destruction of the ecosystem of the Niger Delta.
Mazi could focus less on events in Aso Rock and tell us more about the untapped wealth in the bowels of the earth in SE and how it will be harnessed.
Wealth deliberately unexploited by the FG!
Nwannekaenyi could draw our minds to what Biafra could do for the thousands of creative, innovative, well gifted young men and women in Nnewi, Onitsha and Aba who could singlehandedly put us on the world science and technology map when given the right impetus, excellent environment and moral support!
Onye ndu could and should harp on the bright side of Igbo/Yoruba relationship; The goodwill of individuals like Fani Kayode, Adekunle Fajuyi, T.O. S.Benson, Adeniran Ogunsanya, Bashiru Owoade,. Men who remained loyal to their Igbo friends/bosses/proteges. Make a narrative from the goodwill of the Western regional government that returned Igbo properties at the end of the war! This is better to than cast aspersions on an entire people, a good number of whom acknowledge that Igbos and people of old Eastern region have been dealt a bad card…
When you highlight the goodness in inter ethnic relationships, many people key consciously and unconsciously into your struggle; you further undermine those who have created the stifling and oppressive system that has retarded the country and left it broken, battered, bloodied and destroyed!
The church is a powerful institution. Kanu should realize there are people far more eloquent and persuasive on pulpits scattered across the land than he is! They could undermine his immense support and destroy his struggle!
I have heard pastors, priests and bishops stick out their necks to rail against the status quo and support the agitation. Where does this blanket tagging of all of them as criminals and unsavoury characters leave them and their Churches?
He could call on clerics to preach equity and justice, condemn terrorism, impunity and cluelessness of the state. He’ll find far more resonance with the Clerics when he does this than when he alienates them. They too have been victims of the slaughter of Herdsmen, Boko Haram and Bandits. Co-opt them as comrades in the struggle instead of this humiliating chastisement.
Kanu could retain his fiery exterior without recourse to insulting sensibilities of people or sections of the populace…
It is also not every criticism he should respond to.
Many may not like this post, but Igbos are eternal democrats. We speak our minds!
It is not his fight alone! We all are stakeholders.
Great hunters of old used to say…
“Ihe meturu nwanza ga emetu nwaobu.”
“That which disturbs the Sparrow will hurt the Robin…”
Do the elders not say the length of the night does not give an impatient man a hunch back.
You have done well thus far, but in the way of Ndigbo and related people, we ask you to discard the baggage that brings opprobrium!´´

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