“Assuming Biafra is achieved today, where will its capital be located? What system of government will it operate? What type of Constitution will it operate ? Who will makeup its constitution drafting committee? How many states will it have ? Will it be a capitalist socialist or mixed economy ? Since it is clear that the Niger-Delta region won’ t be part of it , what are the structures on ground to boosts its Internally Generated Revenue ? And are all states of the southeastern Nigeria truly in support of its agitation? You can’t wakeup one morning and start an unstructured agitation.
Albeit , there is no reasonable reason to agitate for Biafra because there is no established case of marginalisation or persecution of the Igbos by the Nigerian state since the end of civil war in 1970.
Igbos enjoy the highest hospitality in Nigeria as they have enjoyed a friendly atmosphere from other tribes to establish businesses and develop plots of land outside Igboland and have occupied all the sensitive positions in the country. The only position an Igbo man is yet to climb is that of the president but Igbos should blame themselves for that. Igbos always fail to understand that they can ’t win any presidential election in Nigeria through regular exposure of their tribalism sentiments and hatred for other tribes. To be frank , no Hausa or Yoruba man will vote for a tribe that abuses or hates his people and radio Biafra has fuelled such hatred which will likely make it impossible for an Igbo to be elected as Nigerian President in the next 100 years.”