Nkem Owoh Osuofia Supports Biafra, Blames Igbo Leaders For Frustrating Efforts Of The Youths

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June 22, 2017 – Nkem Owoh Osuofia Speaks About Biafra, Blames Igbo Leaders For Frustrating The Efforts Of The Youths

Unlike Pete Edochie who believe the Igbos might not realise their dream of Biafra, comic actor Nkem Owoh said Nigeria is not accommodating to the Biafran dream. Osufia said it will be better for the Igbos to stay on their own.

He also condemned the Igbo leaders playing politics for frustrating the efforts of Igbo youths agitating for the realization of Biafra all over the nation.

Here is what the veteran actor said in an interview with Ugwumba TV

Watch the interview below

11 thoughts on “Nkem Owoh Osuofia Supports Biafra, Blames Igbo Leaders For Frustrating Efforts Of The Youths

  1. OSUOFIA NWA EZEIGBO.ENEMIES OF PROFRESS WONT LKE THIS..U HIT THAT NAIL ON THE HEAD.HOPE THE GLUTTON NAMED OKORO AWUSA IN IMO GVT HSE WILL LISTEN TO THE CLIP.IN GOD WE TRUST

  2. NaijaGists PLEASE ALWAYS try to enlarge an emphatical words or statement by a narator for a better reading.
    Osuofia‘s comments are so tiny and almost can‘t be read. I have been seeing this for a long time now and decided to point it out for adjustment. My humble request.

    I take a stroll…

  3. Mr. NKEM, THOUGH I could not read clearly through your statement bcos of the tiny characters of the words but from the headline I know you are in favour of this great struggles and that you‘ve refused to compromise your stand even in the face of all the streams of the nagative reactions of all the myopically thinking greedy and selfish cowards we called our leaders.
    May Baba God bless you richly for that.
    We the positive thinkers of the Biafran dream are behind you.

    I take a stroll…

  4. hmmm…I wonder why they give this Biafra people what they said they want. they please they them separate from Nigeria and be own there own joor and lets see what becomes of their lives

  5. Another psychopath of the illusion called Biafra. What do you have to offer Nigeria, anyway, other than drugs peddling, shady businesses and money making rituals? A bastard child using his left hand to point out his father’s house. Hausas detest you, Yorubas don’t want you. I honestly think they should let them go and suffer a second round, since they haven’t learnt their lessons from the Biafra war.

    • @ LOla O, my sister, there is so many ways of addressing issues without abusing,using hate words and calling bad names. The Igbos according to you are this and that, who made you a judge over them. Most of your comments in this forums is always like that, it does potray you as a good person at all.

  6. @lola u cannot put assunder,pharoh let my people go! if this agitation will make biafra great !Chukwu abiama let it come to pass peacefull no innocent blood shed.

  7. The truth is always bitter. Which of you was old enough to remember the casualties of Biafra war? Anyone supporting a reoccurrence of such is definitely a psychopath. Who encourages war for other peoples’ children to go and die for nothing? Igbo youths, go get education, instead of the nonsense stuff they are involved in and damaging Nigeria’s image all over the world.

    • You must be comfortable wherever you are and must be one of those who enjoyed Awo’s free education program judging from your name…i may be wrong.
      If you are in Nigeria and witnessing what’s going on,especially from SE,you won’t be saying what you said.

  8. @Lola O I once said it that seceding from a country doesn’t have to be deadly as many of you haters of Biafra erroneously believe. I guess you live in the US. Now when the philosophy of a growing secessionists movement in America’s biggest state of carlifonia got a kick start after the presidential election that brought Donald Trump to power,which is calling for secession from the US and becoming a separate nation even submitting a proposed petition to the US government filing for a possible calexit vote in next year 2018 to that effect,my question to you is,did the US government go after the movement’s leader? Was their any threat from the US government towards this movement seeking to secede from America? Let me make it clear to you that Secession from a country is an inherent right that is fully backed by the United Nation chartered resolution. One of it chapter stated very clearly that [ “people based on respect for the principle of equal rights and fair equality of opportunity have the right to freely choose their sovereignty and international political status with no interference”] the struggle for Biafra therefore is anchored on this international norm that has seen many nation around the world formed through a peaceful referendum just like the one we witnessed in recent years regarding the newest nation of south sudan in the year 2009. So If you call Biafra an illusion, then you are totally wrong. You are making those utterances because you are not here to feel the negative impact of the misrule,apparent marginalisation of the igbo people and the bruatalisation and the unjust massacre of the peaceful protesters of Biafra movement. But I Endure still reiterate the fact that Nigeria as a nation has lost it credibility due to it endemic corruption and it impact in the lives of it citizens,hence the need for Biafra. So haters of biafra, I will urge you to sit patiently and see how event unfold in the coming years.

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