And then came Nnamdi Kanu and his map of Biafra. The innitial Niger Delta reaction was to ignore it as it was too insanely preposterous as not to pay it any attention. You see many outside of Igbos never thought anyone was even going to give that hideous map a second look. Not Biafrans. They immediately started salivating at the prospect of Igbo authority over a large expanse of LAND. Niger Deltans were awakened to a full occupation as this expansionist land grab took on a life of its own. It got worse Kanu screamed and yelled insults all day long to any who dare protest his dictat. Kanu who all along had been seen as an Igbo problem now became a Niger Delta irritant. It was an insult to them to have this strange creature speak for them in such absolute and condescending voice. A lie told often becomes truth seems to be the Igbo strategy here. Though it makes no sense to anyone as to how they think they can manipulate the millions of people that make up the Niger Delta into the Biafran plantation they pessist in this laughable and amateurish schemes. "What are Biafrans doing in Warri, Ubiaja, Agbor, Asaba, Eket, Uyo, Calbar, Port Harcourt, Ogoni, Yenogoa? What is this madnesses?. And so ended all arguments about strategy and form. Every nationality within the region bonded instantly and resolve to form a united federation in the Niger Delta, come what may. The Niger Delta has arisen with one voice saying, "We are not Biafra. We have formed a federation of our own. Thank you Nnamdi Kanu for uniting and focusing us. Now run along and leave us alone. Good luck to you and the true South East Biafra. We hope to be good neighbors". Igbos can claim credit for creating the Niger Delta Republic. Thank you Nnamdi Kanu.