Latest IPOB – Biafra News today – JAN 23, 2018

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Biafra: IPOB gives more reasons it’s calling for referendum

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has again called for referendum that would allow for the actualization of Biafra.

IPOB reiterated its earlier call on Sunday, while noting that happenings across Nigeria have vindicated its position that the country was unsustainable.

The pro-Biafra group noted that all the injustice that necessitated its call for secession were now being felt by all, including those that opposed the ideology of its elusive leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

According to IPOB, its call for referendum would allow people of the South East decide their destiny.

A statement by IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful reads, “Today, Nigeria is still paying a high cost in loss of human lives, which unfortunately, includes a preponderance of Biafran lives, for that decision of Yakubu Gowon. Nigeria is still paying in the form of renewed genocide, now championed under the twin umbrella of a lopsided Nigerian security forces and Fulani herdsmen.

“In an era where armed Fulani men, emboldened by the acquiescence of the Northern ruling class and complacency of the Presidency, unleash murderous mayhem on unsuspecting civilian populations, we must spare a thought for IPOB agitators brutally slaughtered for demanding to be accorded their constitutionally guaranteed rights.

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“Ironically what IPOB is agitating for – freedom for all, is the only approach that can solve the Fulani conundrum. Had the wider Nigerian public not sided with the Buhari regime in their persecution of IPOB, such blatant discriminatory and hypocritical approach to democratic governance in Nigeria would not obtain. We steadfastly and unapologetically maintain that the Nigerian union is unsustainable, only free self governing nation states is the solution.

“IPOB remains today, at the forefront of the new revolutionary change sweeping across the land. Things can no longer be the same because all the injustices that gave birth to our agitation for an independent Biafran state are now being felt by all those that once stood in opposition to the ideology of our prophet and leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

“As genocide looms in Nigeria today, IPOB restates the call for a referendum to enable ordinary people decide their destiny. The fate of 160 million people cobbled together by Frederick Luggard in a horrible experiment gone wrong cannot be determined by a morally bankrupt leadership of old men who are past their retirement age.

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“In the face of all these, Biafrans have exercised uncommon restraint and continue to demonstrate to the world their commitment to peaceful agitation by refusing to take up arms for self-preservation. We have chosen this route because we trust in a new international order that is committed to protecting all oppressed peoples from genocide.”

Biafra: Family speaks on alleged missing of Nnamdi Kanu, his parents

The family of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nmandi Kanu, has called on the military to provide their brother-Kanu and their parents, HRH, Eze Kanu and his wife dead or alive.

Spokesperson for the family, Prince Emmanuel Kanu, told the Sun that they have been asking the Nigerian authorities to produce Nnamdi Kanu and their parents.

Nnamdi Kanu and his parents’ whereabouts have remained unknown since the October 2017 invasion of their Afara Ukwu home in Umuahia, Abia State by the military.

Prince Kanu said, “We’ve been asking the military to produce my brother, Nnamdi, and our parents because since after the raid on our home, we’ve not seen or communicated with any one of them yet. The military should provide them anywhere they are.

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“As I speak with you, no one would really say if my parents are still alive because we’ve not seen nor heard from them ever since the invasion by the army.

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