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  • Reno’s response to Kanu’s attack on Jonathan: Ndigbo should go, learn diplomacy
  • By now, I am sure my readers have read the
    very disparaging comments against former
    President Goodluck Jonathan which were
    credited to the leader of the Indigenous People
    of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu.

    So pedestrian are those comments that I will not
    repeat them here. You can Google them on your
    own if you have not read them but I will not
    stain my writing space by republishing them.



    Ndi’Igbo needs friends and support. No one can
    win in life if they walk solo.
    Ecclesiastes 4:11 says ‘if two lie together, then
    they have heat: but how can one be
    warm alone?’
    It was for lack of friends that Ndi’Igbo were
    defeated between 1967-1970. Is history about to
    repeat itself? You do not alienate the few friends
    you have and expect to attract more friends.
    This is the advantage the North has over
    Ndi’Igbo. They know their friends. If with all
    Jonathan did for Ndi’Igbo someone can dismiss
    him with the wave of the hand so casually and
    accuse him of doing nothing for Ndi’Igbo and
    Ndi’Igbo would applaud such a person instead
    of calling him to order, then do not expect those
    who are watching Ndi’Igbo acquiesce to this
    mistreatment of Jonathan to do anything for
    Ndi’Igbo when or if they get into power.
    If Jonathan can be so treated, then who is
    sacrosanct?
    There are those who have said Jonathan lost the
    2015 elections because his fondness for
    Ndi’Igbo alienated him from other sections of
    Nigeria. Today, people who hold such opinions
    are laughing at Jonathan.
    The fact that not even one prominent leader
    amongst Ndi’Igbo has stood up to condemn the
    hate speech against Jonathan is telling.
    This is a man who was the first person since
    the end of the civil war to make Ndi’Igbo
    Secretary to the Government of the Federation
    and Chief of Army Staff. For 41 years before
    Jonathan, not one Ndi’Igbo came near such
    position.
    Alas, none of the many Ndi’Igbo who benefited
    from appointments under Jonathan could stand
    up to defend him against those very mean
    words from Nnamdi Kanu.
    What a lesson to anyone who may be planning
    to toe the path of Jonathan! What a lesson.
    My advice to you and the Igbo race, go and
    learn diplomacy. It will help you more than
    physical strength and academic intelligence.
    Only a month ago, In my widely published
    article ‘Hegemony: What the Igbo can learn from
    Yoruba and Fulani about power’, I advised
    Ndi’Igbo, saying that the Igbo often mistake
    discretion for weakness.
    Nnamdi Kanu proves my point! Calling Dr.
    Goodluck Jonathan weak is just a manifestation
    of what I wrote about.
    Nnamdi Kanu needs to understand something
    about leadership. Leadership is a platform that
    gives you the opportunity to increase your
    influence or reduce it until it is eliminated.
    Upon his release, public sympathy for him
    increased his influence. The successful sit at
    home further increased it. However, his
    utterances since then have been steadily
    reducing his influence.
    I know Chief Femi Fani-Kayode very well. He
    will soon hear the things Nnamdi Kanu said
    about the Yorubas. He has already heard about
    the things Nnamdi Kanu said about Jonathan. It
    will not be very long before Nnamdi Kanu loses
    one of his most valiant non Igbo supporter.
    Apparently, what the Nigerian government
    couldn’t do to Nnamdi Kanu, Nnamdi Kanu is
    using his own mouth to do to himself!
    Why does this keep reoccurring? Anytime I read
    or hear about Madiba Nelson Mandela, I have
    bittersweet memories. Why? Because we could
    have had our own Mandela in another Nnamdi!
    Nnamdi Azikiwe was at one time known all over
    Africa as Zik of Africa. It was a thing of pride
    and joy to pre-independent Nigeria. Everyone
    was proud of Zik including Northerners. This is
    a fact.
    But the story ended tragically. No matter what
    may have happened to him through his political
    choices and alliances, it was a very great
    disappointment that a man who reached the
    peak of his political career as Zik of Africa ended
    up allowing himself to be known as the Owelle
    of Onitsha, not even of Nigeria, or Igboland or
    even Anambra, but of Onitsha.
    The new Nnamdi ought to learn from this
    tragedy. When he was released, believe it or not,
    he was hailed and celebrated far beyond the
    borders of Igboland.
    On social media, every Wale, Dakolo and Nosa
    sang his praises. He was Nnamdi Kanu, the
    hero of the oppressed.
    But the more he talked, the more the Wales had
    a rethink and shrunk away from him, leaving
    only the Dakolos and Nosas.
    Then he talked some more and both the Dakolos
    and the Nosas felt unwelcome and beat a hasty
    retreat.
    Today, it is only Chukwuma and Ikechukwu that
    are singing his praises.
    Nnamdi Kanu was created by President
    Muhammadu Buhari because before he was
    arrested, I had heard nothing about him.
    Absolutely nothing.
    But just like President Buhari has squandered
    whatever goodwill he had left by choosing to
    give his national Sallah message to Nigerians in
    a sectional language, so too has Nnamdi Kanu
    wasted away the considerable adulation he had
    outside Igboland by his Igbo supremacy
    tendencies.
    I hope with Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB does not end up
    with a case of me and Ndi’Igbo against Nigeria,
    me and Abia state against Ndi’Igbo, me and
    Isiama Afara against Abia state and finally, me
    and my father’s house against Isiama Afara.
    From what we are seeing, the omens are not
    encouraging at all!
    Shaka Momodu, an editor with ThisDay
    newspapers, taught me a lesson 26 years ago.
    We both had a mutual friend who turned out to
    be something of a nasty piece of work.
    When I discovered this, I quite naturally
    withdrew from this person and although almost
    all our other friends badmouthed this individual,
    Shaka would not.
    One day, I asked Shaka why he refrained from
    talking down this man. Shaka’s response was
    telling and has stuck with me for decades
    He said Reno, one day I had nowhere to sleep
    and ……..allowed me sleep in his room for that
    day. I cannot find it in me to fight someone who
    accommodated me even if it was for just one
    day.
    From that day till the day I die, and even when I
    am in God’s kingdom after death, I will respect
    Shaka Momodu for having such sterling
    principles. I can only wish that Nnamdi Kanu
    had such high principles.
    Ndi’Igbo should remember the proverb: If you
    want to walk fast, walk alone.
    But if you want to walk far, walk with friends.
    And now let me address the issue of President
    Muhammadu Buhari’s unwise decision to
    address the nation in a sectional language.
    In a country whose official language is English,
    President Muhammadu Buhari broadcasts his
    Sallah message in Hausa! Would Trump (whose
    origin is German) address America in German?
    So what about all those Nigerians who can’t
    speak Hausa? Ideally, the President should have
    spoken in English first, then if he feels like it, he
    may also speak in Hausa.
    The way he has now spoken only in Hausa
    makes it seem as if he is only concerned with
    those who gave him 97% of the votes while
    those who have him 5% can take a hike!
    How would the rest of the country have felt if
    President Olusegun Obasanjo had released a
    Christmas broadcast to Nigerians in Yoruba of if
    President Goodluck Jonathan has done so in
    Ogbia?
    How can a NATIONAL leader address Nigerians
    in a SECTIONAL language? Nigeria has never
    had a leader as divisive as Buhari! There is no
    difference between President Buhari and Nnamdi
    Kanu.
    President Buhari is the President of all Nigeria.
    He is not the President of only those who can
    speak Hausa! This is an outrage! President
    Yar’adua also spoke to the BBC News by phone.
    He is Fulani, like President Buhari. Yet he spoke
    in English because he was President of all of us!
    At this stage, permit time to digress and say
    something about a loss I suffered.
    Eight years ago I cried as if I had lost my own
    brother. You gave me so much joy from my
    childhood to now. I thank God for giving the
    world the opportunity to benefit from your
    creative genius, Michael Jackson! You were the
    most consistently brilliant music star the world
    ever knew. Your dedication to your craft was
    matchless. You outshone Elvis, The Beatles, and
    even in death you continue to outshine
    contemporary stars. I love you Michael. Rest in
    the bosom of The Lord!
    Reno’s Nuggets:
    If you knew how quickly your boss will replace
    you if you die, you will pay more attention to
    your family rather than your job. How many
    burials have you been to? Do you ever see the
    dead man’s boss there? Yet most men slave
    away at their work and prioritize it over their
    family who will be the one to bury them, mourn
    over them and carry on their legacies.
    Remember, your company has its own name,
    but your children bear your own name forever.
    Be wise. You are replaceable at work. You are
    irreplaceable to your family. Don’t work for your
    salary. Work for your family #RenosNuggets
    Reno Omokri is a Christian TV talk show host
    and founder of the Mind of Christ Christian
    Center and the Helen and Bemigho Sanctuary for
    orphans. He is the author of the worldwide
    amazon bestseller Facts Versus Fiction: The
    True Story of the Jonathan Years: Chibok, 2015
    and Other Conspiracies and three books,
    Shunpiking: No Shortcuts to God, Why Jesus
    Wept and Apples of Gold: A Book of Godly
    Wisdom

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