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I stand against Biafra because I love my state – Kate Henshaw

“Biafra without our consent” the title of the write-up below according to Kate Henshaw; one of the most respected celebrities in Nigeria has gone viral on her opinion about Biafra and Nnamdi Kanu.

“I think the current generation of ‘Biafrans’ are the most funny people I have ever seen.

How dare you sit in your home or offices and draw your Biafra map and include places like Rivers, Cross River, Akwa Ibom, etc as part of your empire? Did you consult them? Did you seek their opinions?

You are forcing people to join a country whose commander in chief you have already anointed- Nnamdi Kanu; whose currency you have already decided- Biafra Pounds; whose official religion you have already adopted- Judaism; whose God you have already chosen- Chukwu Abiama?

Do you not realize that you are doing to those people the same thing you accuse the British and Nigeria of doing to you? For carving my state into your ‘Biafra’ and renaming it without my permission and consultation, I have a moral duty to stand against you with everything I have.

I am not standing against you because I do not want your freedom; I stand against you because I love mine too. I don’t stand against you because you don’t have a right to your country; I stand against you because I have the same right. I stand against you because your map is an insult to me and my freedom to choose were I belong. Be warned!”

It is assumed that it is her write-up since she has not publicly denied being the author of the above words.

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  1. Do realize that it is government policies that is driving citizens away to die in strange places the world over. No one is addressing this in the legislature. Yet, the Northern youths are interested in the leadership of Nigeria at all cost. Very sad indeed!

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