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Why Black People Have No Shame, Suffering – Nnamdi Kanu
Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has explained why black Africans are shameless, suffering, and disregarded by their foreign counterparts.
Speaking during one of his Radio broadcasts in February, Kanu is also Director of Radio Biafra and Biafra Television, clarified that addressing ‘blacks’ are set of people without a bride, self-decency, and class does not amount to insult but to awaken their ability to reason.
He remarkably stated if Africans have shame, there would be no way a white person will travel from miles away down to Africa to change their ancestral name.
He noted that blacks have no regard, honour, pride, and dignity for themselves and have led to suffering, lowest of the low before other continents, and being treated as trash outside African shore.
Using Nigeria as his case study, requested to know the meaning of the country having been put together by non-African, Lord Lugard in 1914.
He maintained Nigeria has no ancestral meaning.
Similarly, he recounted that Port Harcourt was also named after a white man from its original name ‘Igwuocha’
He challenged, no African can equally travel to any European countries and practically decide to rename their country’s name.
He urged Africans to take a leaf from India, to restore original names in use before the white men came.