SAHARANEWS – Members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are creating all possible means to reach out to a colleague who a few hours ago dropped a note relating to a suicide mission.
The member, Mazi Victor Uzoaga, who on his Facebook account, appears to be a reporter and writer of the group’s media writers team, The Biafra Restoration Voice (TBRV), dropped a related suicidal note boarded on frustration.
According to the note, he said not to continue with the level of difficulties he found himself and meant not to defraud anyone with his note.
He said his time on Facebook was to help achieve Biafra struggle and to disclose to the world how the Nigerian government has killed the aspirations and dreams of youths.
He pleaded to extend huge love to his family, especially, his wife and kids noting he never expected to end it this way.
He bided farewell to IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, colleagues and the world at large, prayed for the restoration of Biafra.
His post reads: “This post might be the last Facebook post that you’re ever gonna see my post here on Facebook.
“I am not posting this just to startle anyone or with an intent to defraud anyone, but I mean every bit of it. I have tried my best but it ain’t working out. The heaviness of the world on me has attained that particular stage where I can’t condone anymore…
“My stay on social media was to deal with life’s hassles, my activism here has been to help tell the world how Nigeria as a nation has been killing dreams and aspirations of the youths.
“I have no bad intentions, Nigeria has drained my hope and I have always dreamed of having a nation where life would be fair but how can I continue when things worsen as the day passes by? Biafra has been my dream but right now, I just feel like setting my foot inside that blessed land of the Risen Sun might be impossible to me. A big part of depression is feeling really lonely, even if you’re in a room full of a million people.
“Please tell my wife and kids that I love them and never was it my intention to transit this way. I’m done! I’m done!!!
“Biafrans, I love you all with all my heart. I have been with you all with all sincerity. I have always supported the vision of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu but definitely, my strength to proceed has left me. My prayer is for our chi to grant you all victory amidst all odds. Biafra must surely come. Her restoration is sacrosanct.
Bye to the world..”
Colleagues, who have struggled to reach him through his Facebook contact but failed tagged to his timeline. One of the tagged posts from Arinzechukwu Emmanuel reads:
Dear Mazi Victor Uzoaga
I have tried to reach you this evening but you are not picking up. I believe that you have received numerous advice and encouragements from good Biafrans following a disturbing post you made this evening and the previous ones that you made earlier today. Though we haven’t spoken for some time now, but I have been observing. I know that you are facing difficulties, just like most of us. It is not easy to survive in this hell of a country, but I want you to know that you are not the only affected one here. That we don’t post our problems on social media doesn’t mean that we don’t have one or facing challenges that are even bigger than yours, but we chose to manage it believing that our tomorrow will be better.
Nigeria we know his destiny and hope killer, yet we most survive because we are Biafrans and we don’t easily give up on any situation. It is not just an abomination in Ala-Igbo for anybody to commit suicide, it is also a generational curse. Think about your children and your beautiful wife. Imagine when they grow up and hear that their dad committed suicide, they will simply spit on your grave and call you a coward, God forbid!
Cheer up comrade, you are still very much important to Biafrans, IPOB and TBRV in particular. Please don’t try anything stupid, because I will not forgive you if you do.
Please, I beg of you, bind that evil spirit that is telling you there’s no more hope for you again. I tell you this night brother, there is huge hope for you.
Always remember that “consistency brings success” don’t give up comrade. I love you and TBRV needs you more than ever.
Another from Emeka gift reads:
This is the second terrible message I am reading this month. Please, Mazi Victor Uzoaga, Biafrans are brave warriors, it is not in our system to take our lives. Those who take their lives because of circumstances are cowards, we urinate on their corpse and throw them in the evil forest. so dear comrade, pick your