Biafra Agitation : Tension in Britain – IPOB

The Indigenous People of Biafra claim that the British is afraid of them due their actualization of an independent state. They further said that the British chose to side with the Nigerian government and also countering the the report of the Amnesty International on the unlawful killings of the Biafra agitators and
also covering up using the Nigerian foreign affairs ministry where the Nigerian Foreign Minister, Mr. Geoffrey Onyema said that the agitation for a sovereign state btmy the IPOB was detrimental to the peace of the Nigerian state and also the ruling of the court that the IPOB was an unlawful organization. 


In reaction to the statement made by the Nigerian foreign Minister, Mr. Geoffrey Onyema regarding IPOB as being detrimental to peace of the Nigerian State and equally being unacceptable, the IPOB spokesman responds, “it is hypocritical of the British government to support Nigerian government in violently suppressing the quest for Biafra self determination when the same British government opted out of European Union. ”

“The most laughable aspect of the British government objection to Biafra is the lame excuse of believing in the territorial integrity of pre-independence Nigeria. ”

“The British government can continue to speak through Nigerian Foreign Minister, Mr.Geoffrey Onyema as it recently did, but the fact remains discerning that individuals and governments of other countries now know the truth concerning the non-violence and peaceful nature of the IPOB and its activities which was collaborated by the recent judgement of justice Binta Murtala-Nyako of Abuja High Court. ”

The leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu gave conditions under which he was to be released. He stated that if he was to be released, it must be through due process (legal).

However, he informed soludo and other delegates of Nzuko Umunna (gathering of Kinsmen) that he is not the kind of person who shies away from opposition.


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