By Charles Anyasi
This debate took a unique measurement following the harrowing occasions of the Nigerian civil battle within which Umu Anioma performed the scapegoat within the arms of either the Federal and Biafran forces.
The clamour for the production of Anioma nation has extra fired this debate to a boiling crescendo over the problems of inclusion and exclusion.
In this completely researched exegesis, Prince Anyasi takes a glance in any respect aspects of the talk and produces empirical evidences to publish that the much-hackneyed Anioma autonomy is inevitable as Anioma has the wherewithal to face self reliant of the Igbo and the other race.
He additionally boldly disabuses the minds of these who've, for lengthy, peddled the Anioma / Edo ancestral link.
This ebook provides an assertive triogonometric standpoint of Anioma / Igbo / Jewish hyperlink for a majority of Anioma humans, with an both assertive call for for Anioma autonomy. it's also a superb eye-opener to many younger Anioma youths on a few of the fading Anioma myths, customs and culture.
The tale is instructed, classic Charles Anyasi, with the simplicity, authority and candour of a home-bred Prince and key participant within the Anioma project.
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