My forefathers were living in peace before Christianity came to Igbo land

Obinwannem News My forefathers were living in peace before Christianity came to Igbo land

My name is Mazi Ugwu Okechukwu (Obinwanne Ndi Igbo) I grew up in the village and learned a lot of things “Odinala Igbo” from my forefathers that till this day keeps me strong and safe.

I wish that my beloved Igbo-Biafrans will wake-up and embrace our culture more than ever because, in our traditions, culture and ways lie long life.

I remember how our fathers used to share foods and drinks among themselves without fear of poison, they did things in common, there existed the belief the land is sacred and that God watched overall, therefore, anyone who harbours evil plans will draw the wrath of the Almighty God who continually protected the land and his people who inhabited it.

No evil could stand against our people because the Almighty God would fight our battles and defend the land against all our adversaries; spiritual and temporal.

Today we have all embraced Christianity, discarded our laws and systems and ever since things have gone terribly bad.

I call on our people to change our ways and return to the living God whom we served in honesty and truth that by his mercy the Igbo race is preserved.

The God of Igboland is very angry with us because some of us have denied him and embraced the Christian religion which threatens to bring to an end the ways of our forefathers.

Please my beloved Igbo-Biafrans worldwide let’s go back to our roots and start living our lives in peace, let us rid ourselves of all these problems that have befallen us; the premature deaths, anarchy and doom, and enjoy the long life God has blessed us with.

We can still make changes by dropping our evil ways and embracing Chukwu Okike Abiama. Ndewo Nu.

Vladimir Chimaobi reporting, Obinwannem News

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