The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Ralph Uwazuruike, the leader of the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) have been exchanging words lately over some issues concerning their goals.
This is an open letter to both leaders in the name of God that you both should shelt your ‘sword’ and give peace a chance.
One of the reasons you should embrace peace is for the sake of the people that are following you. I know that you know that when two elephants fight, it is the grass that suffer. For your teaming supporters not to be at loss, you need to come together and have a good fellowship together.
Another reason I am writing this open letter to you both is to remind you, the power of unity. Our people say that two good heads are better than one. If unity is allowed to play its role, your vision become faster to achieve. So, for the vision and goals that you hope to achieve, I write to you to extend a hand of fellowship to each other.
I write to remind you that people outside the region are watching the back and forth between you. And I know for sure that they will be mocking not the two of you, but the people in the region, your ardent followers and of course the goals that you set to achieve.
I also like to intimate you that everything we do today will become a history in the nearest future. For the sake of what the future holds for all of us, we should forget our differences and fight as a unit.
While many people are praying for you both to succeed, I am certain that some people want the struggle to fail. So, by continuing fighting between both of you, many will not just be mocking, but will be happy that the ship is about to sink.
Since this letter is an appeal to both of you to come together in the name of God, I want you to forgive and forget about everything.
Not able to forgive is a hindrance to what God can do. When we forgive, God will be very happy to support us.
I believed that the message has been passed. I am just a vessel of peace, I don’t know the details of the problem but I am interested in peace. Shalom!