I Go Dye Praises The Military For Tackling Biafra’s Agitators & Restoring Peace In The South East

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September 21, 2017 – I Go Die Praises The Military For Tackling Biafra’s Agitators & Restoring Peace In The South East

Popular comedian Francis Agoda aka I Go Dye has commended the military for dousing the tension generated by agitators in the South East.

The UN Peace Ambassador berated politicians and leaders who failed to address the issue.

Here is what the comedian said in a recent chat with The Entertainer:

“The recent agitations in the country, especially the South East led Kanu’s (Indigenous People of Biafra) IPOB is a failure on the part of the legislators and governors who were elected to protect their people. Why should all of us who have taken a pledge to defend the unity of this country through the national anthem, actively watched a civil situation expand into a monster, now been curtailed by the military? What a failure on our democracy.

“Let me remind us that almost all democratic institutions failed to mediate on the issues prior to this time, until the military stepped in to control further damage. I keeping wondering what were the honourable legislative members of both the State and Federal Houses of Assembly were doing all along, to redeem the situation or proffer as an alternative, to peacefully resolve the issues before the military got involved?”

We all have a responsibility to preserve this nation for our children, but from my point of view the military has been more outstanding in this regards, we all need to appreciate, thank the soldier and its affiliate institutions for their service to the nation”.

8 thoughts on “I Go Dye Praises The Military For Tackling Biafra’s Agitators & Restoring Peace In The South East

  1. Look here you little tape quite and face your comedy shit. Who told you there was a fight in the south east that needs the present of the military. Stupid you looking for a political post. Why can’t people KEEP IT REAL?

  2. So we need to thank the soldiers for humiliating and killing unarmed youths. What is wrong with these people thanking these soldiers? I guess if those killed were your sons or brothers, you would still be thanking them by now. Crazy people.

  3. Some idiots risking their life in other to get notice. I don’t know what this brainless fool is claiming to be. Of all the condemnation from all nooks and corners he is about the only one that reason otherwise. Wait for crocodile smile in Delta state.

  4. @Keep it real and Star…That was a thoughtful comment made by you guys. it strikes me when I see people openly support evil. The current Biafran crises has helped to exposed the state of mind of many Nigerians. It has carefully revealed how dark and mentally backward people have become. A regime that has left the well armed army- the Fulani Herds men who are currently on the move conquering, killing, raping and sacking people from there indigenous lands but has choosing to proscribed IPOB and cracking down on there peaceful call for autonomy and yet, people are busy supporting such oppression? This is crazy! I just wonder how the outside world will get the sense of our hypocritical slogan of one Nigeria when there are core evidences of divisiveness among various ethnic group along both political and economic line. If Nigeria or the APC-led government is serious about the unity of the country, then let there be a restructuring, one that is based on true federalism where each state control there resources and the economic welfare of there region. In the planning process, the government has to ensure they depoliticise and de-ethnicised any economic decisions that might be reached. Each state has to ensure they pick up the balls of agriculture and industrial revolution rather than wait for the billions of Naira of allocations generated by other oil rich Niger Delta. In this way,the true unity of the country will gradually emerge and everyone will have a sense of belonging. And all sort of agitation coming from all quarters of the country would have been pacified not by firearm but by a well defined government policy based on true federalism that will keep people out of fear of domination by other ethnicity. Until this step is accomplished, there will always be some sort of agitation for secession among various ethnic group in the country.

  5. I go dey or whatever name he called himself. Is there unrest in the east before now? I did not get what he is saying. This guy is an hypocrites of the highest order.

  6. This Merit Brown will rain curses at Linda’s blog and come and curse here where intelligent people contribute. Did it occur to you and your lot that poverty is affecting many people in the North, West, Hausas, Yorubas and many others? You talk as if apartheid is being replicated here in Nigeria or as if every individual in other tribes is comfortable or rich.What exactly is your problem?
    Go and find something concrete to do and thrive in your own way and stop looking for excuses to blame people, tribes and movements for your inadequacies!
    Those in power; those who lost power and those who are desperate for power (unfortunately, they are a negligible few) paid a lot of money to KANU and others to revive the magical phenomenon called ‘Biafra’ to execute this fracas, so stop deceiving yourselves.
    These powerful few are in a cool place, playing chess with the lives of you minions while you are busy running with the hounds and getting hurt. Stop upsetting everybody and go and bake a potato or something!

  7. A very good one Bose, they can rain curse as if it will affect anyone. If you feel cheated, go work hard to keep the your own head up and not blame our country. God will keep blessing Nigeria. Amen

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