The kind of confusion being perpetrated by Bini people in Southern Nigeria today is paranoidal.
If they are not cursing Oduduwa republic agitators today, they are threatening the Biafra agitators tomorrow....
If you want to understand the "ethnic minority complex", just try and study this people.
The irony of the matter is that, the Bini people as a nation is virtually mapped out for assimilation and extinction by the caliphate if not for the presence of the other major ethnic Nationalities in Southern Nigeria.
Growing up as a conservative Yoruba Citizen, I was told that Bini people are brothers and cousins to the Yoruba Nation. If any Yoruba man has ever visited Benin city, you will agree that the Yoruba civilization and the Bini civilization is almost the same.
Nowadays, the bile and hatred being vomited by Bini people towards the larger Yoruba Nation is even more toxic than what the Fulaniis are spewing.
It's shocking and unbelievable and it further gives credence to the sociological situation or condition called the "ethnic minority syndrome within the contraption called Nigeria".
In other words, they act as spoilers and impediments to any Nationalist ideology within the southern region.
It's normal for the Binis to feel threatened about their survival because of the strength of the Yoruba Nation and Igbo Nation. I also know that the Midwest region was also formed in the first republic therefore,
many Binis believe that if Nigeria disintegrates, it will disintegrate along the four regions that existed in the first republic.

I suggest that intellectuals of Bini origin need to chart a Nationalistic path for their people out of Nigeria.
The Fulaniis should be the last ally of any sane ethnic minority in the South. You can't go into alliance with people that are hell bent in colonizing every indigenous people in Nigeria.

Aare Kurunmi Kakanfo

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