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Friday, October 12, 2012

THE PROMISE OF A YOUNG NATION | MY REVIEW OF CHINUA ACHEBE'S NEW BOOK "THERE WAS A COUNTRY"





So I just concluded reading the book by Chinua Achebe titled "There was a Country" detailing his own personal life experiences plus the events that took place during the Nigerian Civil War and the secession of the country named Biafra.

As somebody who has always been intrigued by the war, the book was worth the read. I honestly do not understand why the war is not talked about as often as it should be in our Nigerian classrooms or even by our parents or uncles. My parents never talked to me about it, neither did my uncles and most of them were either born or lived during that period. It is almost like everybody from that generation made a pact not to talk about the war to future generations. We need to know people fought to give us the country that we have today.

I read the book by Chinua Achebe with a healthy dose of skepticism. I did not fully grasp why an 80 something year old man would wait till now to write a book about the Civil war. You know when it nears time for an old man to die, they sometimes start reminiscing and wishing for the days of old. I hoped that Chinua Achebe had not suffered from the same plight.

Achebe talks about his own personal life growing up and how he came to write the novel Things Fall Apart and he makes mention of the golden days when Nigerians from all across the country attended the best schools in the nation, taught by quality professors and teachers. He identifies how Nigeria came to be a country, how the British basically gobbled up all this ethnicities together and made it a country. The question remains whether Nigeria was ever a nation to begin with, yes we were a country in terms of population and boundary but where we ever a nation? A nation with a common identity. I don't think so.  He also makes mention of the March to Independence and all the founding fathers such as Herbert Macauley, Azikiwe, Awolowo, Tafawa Balewa & Ahmadu Bello. it is obvious at this juncture that in our bid for independence, our founding fathers had not ironed out the issues that would face the nation after independence. It was like they forgot about their differences and swept it all under the rug and united to kick the British out. As some Nigerians will say "the founding fathers blood was too hot". A nation of 250 languages/ethnicities, how did you think kicking the British out would solve the problem? It's almost like a kid telling the father, I'm ready to drive a car when he's not old or mature enough to have a license but decides to get behind the wheel.

Achebe lays out how the Igbos came to be resented due to their industrial and individualistic nature. Most of the civil jobs held in government positions during the time was held by Igbos, and we were in every fabric of the new nation. The first coup in Nigeria was on January 15th, 1966 led by an Igbo officer Nzeogwu and others. They murdered the prime minister Tafawa Balewa, the premier of the West (Yorubas) Akintola & the premiere of the North (Hausas) Ahmadu Bello. I did further research on the death of the prime minister Balewa and found that his body was discovered six days later on the road. I was honestly shocked, a whole prime minister? Left for dead on the road like a common rat. I still don't get the point of this particular coup as it set a chain reaction in which the North reacted by killing Igbos living in the North and 6 months later a counter coup killed the Head of State Aguiyi Ironsi. This time, the coup was led by Northern officers and Gowon became Head of State after that. I do not know why the first coup even took place and the fact that it comes across as an Igbo led coup against the North did not sit well with me. I can't for the life of me understand why Nzeogwu would lead a coup that killed quite a few Northern leaders and think that the Northerners would just let that slide. The coup on January 15th, 1966 led to the Civil War in my opinion. And the fact that those in the coup were not strung up and executed after they were caught drives me bonkers. These were men who had earned the trust of the leaders that they killed, one of the officers Major Ifeajuna in the coup killed his long time mentor Brigadier Maimalari. This theme of betrayal is one conveyed throughout the entire book. What makes men kill other men on the basis of ethnicity? 

I find it remarkable that men who had studied abroad with high levels of education could sink to the depths of tribalism when it came to governance. Achebe singled out people like Awolowo for being primarily responsible for the collapse of the first republic. Awolowo comes off as a power hungry man who would do anything to remain relevant. Not to mention the people who were in the military, people such as Obasanjo, Danjuma, Ironsi, Ojukwu, Gowon, etc. These were probably men who had been friends, men who knew each other's families, yet at the end these were men ready to lead other men to war to kill each other. If there's one thing this book conveyed to me, it was the sense of betrayal and disloyalty as bad as Judas betraying Jesus. 

Gowon was thirty two years old and Ojukwu was thirty three years old when the Nigerian Civil war began, two young men on two different sides. One leading a people out of "Egypt", another seeking to keep people from leaving "Egypt".

Achebe makes mention of programs in the North that led to the death of thirty thousand Igbo people in the North and the mass evacuation of Igbos from the North back to the East. He also makes mention of the Asaba Massacre in which men in Asaba where killed by Nigerian Soldiers. Both sides were guilty of atrocities as it is also noted that Biafran soldiers killed some people living in the mid west, accusing them of collaborating with the Nigerian forces.

The fact that Ojukwu fled after the war left a really bad taste in my mouth. Here was a man who had sent thousands to die for a cause yet when push came to shove suddenly realized he wasn't willing to die for this country called Biafra. Same Ojukwu who as Achebe pointed out executed quite a number of Igbo Officers on the charges of treason and betraying Biafra yet he himself betrayed the very nation which he killed others for betraying. Yet, when he died this past year or so he was hailed as a hero? Ha.  Hitler could have fled Germany when it was surrendered yet he stayed and died for what he believed in. Ojukwu later ran for election in 2003 for the very same Nigeria which he sought to secede from.. It kind of reminds me of a quote that says "Men should pledge themselves to nothing because reflection makes a liar of their resolution" .

Achebe seems to suggest that the problem with Nigeria today arises because of the Biafran war and the failure of the Igbo people to reintegrate back into Nigeria. I find this premise hard to believe because we Igbos have reintegrated quite successfully in my opinion and if there is a problem with Nigeria it lies with the corruption that seems to plague government leaders whether they be Hausa, Igbo or Yoruba. Corruption is not an affliction that only one tribe gets to suffer, we have Igbo leaders/governors in Nigeria who have decided to steal money rather than use the money allocated to them to help their particular state.

The Question is sometimes asked "Why don't Nigerians rise up against the government and demand Change?" Achebe responds by stating " Once a people have been dispossessed and subjugated by dictatorships for such a long time as in Nigeria's case, the oppressive process also effectively strips away from the minds of the people the knowledge that they have rights. Restoring flawed democratic systems will not make the country a success overnight".

I feel like Achebe's response is a serious "cop out" like Americans would say. Nigeria has been independent for 52 years, give or take we have been in a dictatorship for lets assume 30 years of those 52 years. So are we saying that we have lost the knowledge that we have rights after only 30 years of dictatorship? Have there not been countries with a far worse plight than ours? Egypt? Tunisia? Other Latin Countries where their people still rose up against the government and demanded change? Why have Nigerians not demanded any change from their government? Why does it seem like we are content to wallow in mediocrity? Does it have anything to do with the moral makeup of the nation? Are we so corrupt that we can't look past our mediocre surroundings?

At this point I want to make a special note about something. I feel like in Nigeria, we have a "lost generation". What happened to our parents generation? The generation born during the war from 1960 till 1975? Where did that generation go? What did they contribute to Nigeria? It is almost like a whole generation gave up on a nation and now handed over this mess of a nation to we the younger generation to clean up. I can't comprehend how the generation did not do more to stop Nigeria from going down the road it has found itself today. What stopped them from stepping up to the plate?

As a young Nigerian who would really like to see Nigeria blossom, this book does not offer any clear solution in my opinion. Should Nigeria remain as a country or break up like the old Yugoslavia? When we say "One Nigeria" are we saying that just for the sake of unity for unity's sake? Sometimes it is better to be divided and be in peace than united and be in chaos.

I was led to believe that Nigeria had heroes in it's founding fathers, but I have changed my opinion on that matter. Our founding fathers were not heroes, they were ambitious men who sought to have power for themselves in my humble opinion. Men who were not mature enough to drive the "car" named Nigeria but demanded for the keys.

The name of this blog is Truth Don Die and it is evident to me that even in Achebe's book Truth Died a little bit. Achebe seems to suggest that the Civil War was a clear plan by the Northerners to exterminate the Igbos, well if this was true how come they didn't exterminate us after the war? 

Achebe also suggests that it was a Jihad by the Muslim North against the Christian South, if this is true how come the leadership of Nigeria at the time were mostly Christian men and not all of them were from the North. The head of State Gowon was a christian man, Danjuma was a christian man, Obasanjo a christian man. The only prominent Muslim was General Murtala Mohammed. 


The truth of the matter is that the igbos lost the trust of the Northerners in the North by starting a coup which killed prominent Yoruba and mostly Northern leaders but left many Igbo leaders untouched. It came across as the ultimate betrayal, especially as so many igbos had settled down in the North and been welcomed by the Northerners. 

My purpose is not to cast blame on one side, it is to show that both sides have a story to tell. The truth is not limited to only one ethnicity. After reading this book, one may come to feel a deep sympathy for the Igbos and a strong dislike for the Northerners. I urge that we get all sides of the story, let all sides of the story be discussed as a nation. And after discussing, forge a path forward. 


Review of Chinua Achebe's book from a Northern Perspective

164 comments:

Haemlet said...

This is beautiful...

blogoratti said...
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xbone said...

'After reading this book, one may come to feel a deep sympathy for the Igbos and a strong dislike for the Northerners. I urge that we get all sides of the story, let all sides of the story be discussed as a nation.

that was my best part of the book right there. me fam were talking about this the other day and we kinda noticed that there are almost no books concerning the civil war from the nigerian side. do u know any? if u do, hook me up. lol. anyways good read and the last paragraph really said it all for me.

blogoratti said...

Very interesting summary, perspective and thoughts. I am yet to read the book though, and I do agree with you on the fact that more needs to be done to teach everyone about not just this particular war -but our collective history as a nation in general.
Peace.

bumight said...

I almost gave u a hug after reading this! So when u not talking about your dick, there's more! Lol
This was a very honest and unbiased review - makes me want to actually read the book myself.
ESP the part of our founding fathers not being heroes. I don't think Nigerians have any principles they stand for. In a few years, Abacha would soon start to be referred to as a hero. Then we will really be in trouble!

CthaDevil said...

*the oppressive process also effectively strips away from the minds of the people the knowledge that they have rights.* He has a point here but I don't fully agree, I feel the only way Nigeria can change is if the elites want it to change, the poor want change but we saw what happened with Occupy Naija, it couldn't last cos it lacked resources and strong leadership. Sadly most of the rich people got rich off the corupt system and going against it would feel like shooting themselves in the foot, they like the status quo, and they don't want it to change.

Aribaba said...

I'm glad more people are learning about our history. One of my biggest issues with Nigeria in terms of this war was the supposed "dead and buried" idea after the war. No victor, No vanquished. What was that supposed to mean? There was clearly a victor and a vanquished.

This is a topic that should be taught in history classes starting from primary school at a mild level, all the way up to secondary and university level. The responsibility falls on the govt and our parents. Most Nigerians cant even tell you much info on the war. More especially most non-igbos.

To understand your present you have to know the past. The US doesn't shy away from their bad history, neither does japan, germany or any other country that has fought in bloodier wars. You embrace it and teach the next generation so they know who they are.

In terms of the reason for the coup, the initial coup was led by Chinedu Nzeogwu and was majority igbo, but it wasn't necessarily an igbo coup per say. There were corruption and marginilization issues even then as "good" as Nigeria was, so that was part of the reasons why the coup took place.

According to reports, Mike Okpara was on the hit list and so was Zik. Zik was out of the country and Mike had a priest in his house which made it difficult for him to be killed there. Now whether this is true is debatable.

BUt essentially, the blunt of the blame rested on Aguiyi (God rest his soul). He didn't take immediate action of the coup plotters, and so as time dragged on the idea of it being an igbo coup increased, and so did the already present resentment of Igbos. If aguiyi has rounded up the coup plotters and executed them immediately, the Hausa would've calmed down and it was have been clear that Aguiyi was not in favor of it, and the message of a one nigeria would've resonated through the country regardless of tribal origin.

His failure to take immediate action ultimately lead to his death, and the uproar and killings of many igbos who they perceived as trying to take over the country.

Which ultimately lead to igbos running to biafra and the rest is history.

I'm an igbo person, but do I believe in Biafra? No! I personally don't think biafra would've been better off. The war that cost so many lives came down to lack of action by a leader and 2 young adults with incredibly high egos. Take that out of the equation and it would've been a different story.

My 2 cents as I see and have read


*** Sorry for the story book comment lol

Aribaba said...

Oh and I don't know what the big deal is about what Chinua Achebe said about Awolowo. Nothing he said about Awolowo in terms of his actions during the war is a lie.

Awolowo 1. Did say he's not supposed to feed his enemies, and aided in the blockade of food and humanitarian items into Biafra. 2. He did put the policy where every igbo after the war, got 22 pounds regardless of what you owned before the war.

No be say nah lie Chinua talk.

Stefan said...

Nice review. The question about what happened to our Parents generatiin is a good one. It is almost like the war stunted their growth. But I don't see how what a few Igbo officers did with other officers from ither ethnic groups caused the North to lose their trust fir Igbos? Except there was previous hatred towards Igbos and this was just an excuse to wipe Igbos out. Nice review

tunde2 said...

Great write up Eche but I had to stop because of spoiler effect.
Once again great work

Lola Oseni said...

waoh. Excellent review.

Dee said...

Nice Job. My grandfather told me the story of this war. He was part of it. According to him, everything went well until "Ojukwu betrayed us", "he left us to die". My granddad said he'd never thought for himself until that moment.

There are many sides to the story. As a public speaker & leader, I have often said to the younger generation of Nigerians to dissociate themselves from the attitude of our parents dragging us through the mud of segregation along tribal & religious lines. Truth be told, a lot of young people today do not care about tribe or religion however our parents continue to hand it over like a baton.

Nigeria has no national heroes. None whatsoever. We are citizens of a country with many selfish men.

Calmo said...

This Eche dude is intelligent! This review is unbiased, straight to point and down right truth - filled. thumbs up.

AJCiti said...

Nice job, thanks to Aribaba for bringing me here via Twitter lol. I can't wait to read the book.

simplyIfeoma said...

Great post Eche! I agree with Xbone, I too am not familiar with other accounts of the Biafran War from the "Nigerian" side. All the books I've read on it were from an Igbo/Biafran's point of view. It's so important to have an unbiased view of the war, and history in general.

Also, I love the frankness when discussing Ojukwu's apparent "disappearance" from Nigeria after the war, then his sudden resurgence to join politics. I've always found this eyebrow raising. How can he flee for his so-called safety, and leave his wounded country to fend for themselves after the fact? Yet we continue to hail him as a "hero," Ikemba of Nnewi, etc. Quite interesting, sha.

Anywho, kudos to you and this post. We need to collectively continue shedding light on the importance of learning and appreciating our history, both the good and bad. As Aribaba mentioned, other nations do not shy away from their history, as it is taught in schools from an early age... Why should we?

When you do not understand or are unknowingly ignorant of your history, it is very easy to belittle and not appreciate its impact on the present. More should gain interest in learning of our true history, as they say, "to know your future, you must first acknowledge your past".

Tahir said...

The question of the 'Lost Generation' is KEY. One cannot overly blame em tho, if the immediate (after)effect of the war taught every man to opt for a 'fend for yourself' culture; and its only normal that it'd be passed down. However, there shoulda bin a few who coulda challenged the trend, broken the chain... Nevertheless, the core of the issue lies in the overly selfish/overambitious nature of our national heroes/founding fathers [sic]. And the few left of em, Soyinka et al, still carry personal feuds on their heads instead of try to clear up the mess their generation made.
That said, conscientization seems to be the way out. Conscious efforts at enlightening newer generations of their (our) history, and how we can learn from it to better our future... One cannot but feel like that solution is too far fetched tho...

Tahir said...

Very beautiful post tho. Enlightening!!!

Anonymous said...

It's a common misconception to believe d coup was igbo, but d killing of igbos in the north was totally unjustified. D minorities in d north like d TIV killed more igbos than the aggrieved Hausas...That's just mob action against innocent civilians...igbo women had their unborn babies cut out of their bellies, igbo girls were dragged out of school and taken to leper colonies to be raped and men were tortured and killed, Many igbo kids who were orphans and had never been to d east returned alone, I know this one because my mom's dad adopted two siblings and raised them as his own.....read what happened to us and be embarrassed to blame ojukwu and igbos...visit biafra-nigeria world and read about d war http://www.biafranigeriaworld.com, I have never even heard ojukwu compared to hitler even by his enemies...comparing ojukwu to hitler who committed suicide and killed millions of jews, religious and others is just the height of ignorance, He was going to be tried for conducting experiments on jews and sending them to gas chambers and concentration camps....it's obvious you are a product of post-war naija school system and you should upgrade yourself instead of showing how poorly read you are...Clearly u have not studied history...

Anonymous said...

How many ppl died thanks to hitler like at least 5 million? Hitler wanted to rid europe of all its jews...How he thinks hitler is a hero is beyond me, Nobody believes that except foe neo-nazis...plz never u compare ojukwu with him, I'm not saying ojukwu was a saint but what of Gowon who went to our museum and gave original naija antiquity to queen eliza as gift instead of a replica. Do we have d right to ask for it back????????

Gerald ballery( the Voice) said...

The Nigerian blood runs in me, not igbo blood. To solve a problem, we have to know the root. Because the war story has 3 different points of view,which is the Igbos, the Northerners and the truth. The truth seems to have been buried, and we might not be able to find it, so what next? Chinua achebe wrote his opinion and any writer is entitled to their own opinion. The war has come and gone and it has "absolutely nothing" to do with our present state. Whether we feel our founding fathers betrayed us or not, at least they did something to unite you and me, what have we done to move this country forward? Let's not forget that even after the war, the Naira had more value than the dollar. Someone mentioned that corruption is the bane to the nations development, yes it might be true. But you and I are the society, the earlier we stop blaming anyone the better. Most of us went to school, where 50 percent of the student know about sorting. Is the government to be blamed? Our ways of reasoning should change, from a country which has gone down the drain, to a country which needs radical revival. We should start thinking of what we can do for our country and not what our country can do for us. Chinua achebe book won't help us, let's talk progress. God bless us all.

Esteenspice said...

Very educative review. Great job. Thumbs up!

smithhh said...

nice write-up...i share the view that Nigeria doesn't have a hero -at least not in the regard of the dignified use of the word. All we have are men who despite projecting a nationalistic agenda, have motives that one way or the other deviate from their claims. These motives most time have tribalistic/ethnical ties though others are just individualistic. The fact still remains that Nigerians seem to be contended wit their present situation and that what a vast majority of us do is idle-talk about the situation of things rather than take a stand against the impediments that clog the wheel of our progress as a nation(or perhaps we're way too corrupt and see it as a way of life already). I've been one of those who used to believe Nigeria is ill-fated as it is today because of the differences in culture among her people but then a look at America's composition tells the fact that being heterogeneous does spell calamity for co-habitation, only shambolic governance and materialistic endeavors do. Believe me, the said way for forward eludes me.

smithhh said...

nice write-up...i share the view that Nigeria doesn't have a hero -at least not in the regard of the dignified use of the word. All we have are men who despite projecting a nationalistic agenda, have motives that one way or the other deviate from their claims. These motives most time have tribalistic/ethnical ties though others are just individualistic. The fact still remains that Nigerians seem to be contended wit their present situation and that what a vast majority of us do is idle-talk about the situation of things rather than take a stand against the impediments that clog the wheel of our progress as a nation(or perhaps we're way too corrupt and see it as a way of life already). I've been one of those who used to believe Nigeria is ill-fated as it is today because of the differences in culture among her people but then a look at America's composition tells the fact that being heterogeneous does spell calamity for co-habitation, only shambolic governance and materialistic endeavors do. Believe me, the said way for forward eludes me.

smithhh said...

nice write-up...i share the view that Nigeria doesn't have a hero -at least not in the regard of the dignified use of the word. All we have are men who despite projecting a nationalistic agenda, have motives that one way or the other deviate from their claims. These motives most time have tribalistic/ethnical ties though others are just individualistic. The fact still remains that Nigerians seem to be contended wit their present situation and that what a vast majority of us do is idle-talk about the situation of things rather than take a stand against the impediments that clog the wheel of our progress as a nation(or perhaps we're way too corrupt and see it as a way of life already). I've been one of those who used to believe Nigeria is ill-fated as it is today because of the differences in culture among her people but then a look at America's composition tells the fact that being heterogeneous does spell calamity for co-habitation, only shambolic governance and materialistic endeavors do. Believe me, the said way for forward eludes me.

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