YOU CAN'T RESTRUCTURE WHAT NEVER EXISTED
Restructuring is a dead desire. You can't restructure what never existed. Tell yourself the truth, in real terms apart from paper and documents, does Nigeria really exist?
Does Nigeria really exist or it's just people living together trying to deceive themselves and believe a lie that they're one people when they have nothing in common?
What joins the ijaw man with Fulani?
How can anyone convince the Ogoja man that he is one with the blood thirsty cultured Fulani who from time in memorial has attempted to expand their dead religion to other people and subdue the people's culture and way of life?
How can you convince the Urhobo man that he is one with the Hausa that beat a groom with sticks just because he seeks to marry a lady that they're one people, how can he comprehend that?
How can you convince the Igbo man who detests laziness and takes pride in working with his hands that he is one with the lazy Fulani that takes pride in stealing people's lands and possessing other people's properties?
Tell me how are we related in culture or history that you want us to live together and restructure what we never started?
Restructuring is dead on arrival. There's nothing to restructure in what never existed.
Nigeria doesn't exist in reality, if it did no one will preach about patriotism. Patriotism is natural. How did I know?
Everyone is patriotic to their immediate families because they pray for their families, defend their families and do all to move their families forward.
A nation is a family network of family units. So everyone is naturally patriotic.
Now tell me, why do Nigerian pastors have to preach and preach to us to be patriotic yet we are more unpatriotic everyday? It is because Nigeria doesn't exist and will never exist.
Stop trying to restructure a country born as a fiction of strangers, rather fight to restore the sovereignty of your real nation.
BIAFRA is my nation and I will see it's sovereignty restored.
Tari Nemi is a revolutionary writer and a refined teacher who writes from the heart of coastal Biafra.