A young Nigerian man identified as Asiegbu Obinna has advised the supporters of the movement of the Indigenous people of Biafra that the movement would not end all struggles.
The young man gave the advice after he saw two supporters of the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) movement fighting the each other.
According to the Obinna, who shared his advice on Facebook the people fighting were IPOB supporters fighting over Nigerian currency.
He wrote:"Biafran Agbero fighting a Biafran conductor for not dropping Nigerian naira in a 'Biafra' state." Biafran Agbero is wearing Biafran beret and insignia. When we leave Nigeria, this would obviously stop. We will just become like America. Our mindset should be changed before Any other thing."
NAIJ.com contacted Obinna to understand what his post meant after many users expressed confusion over his message.
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He explained that many people believe that Biafra would be a form of salvation to end all struggles.
Neni told NAIJ.com that people need to understand that even under Biafra there would still be struggles to face every day.
The Facebook user said: “It happened at Lagos Park at Upper Iweka at Onitsha as I was rushing to Asaba to deliver goods ordered by my customer through Good is God motors. Nothing much just that I want to point out that even with the coming of "Biafra as being agitated that the Agbero stuff will still be in place because over here many thinks that having BIAFRA will definitely end the struggle of life ; lol they even think with Biafra a lame man will instantly start walking and the poor suddenly becomes rich.
The normal way of collecting money from Drivers after picking one or two passengers at the loading pit. The conductor wasn't fast to abscond in this scenario. The Agbero had to fight him to get his money.
My point here is that even with the coming of Biafra. We still have Agberos collecting money and beating those who failed to remitt .Biafra will not be an Eldorado.”
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