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BIAFRA: Buhari Has two Weeks To Give Us Feedback Over Biafra(Video)-UN


All Hail To Biafra and Ohamadike Mazi Nnamdi Kalu remain our IPOB leader dead or alive period. May Almighty God bless, keep and protect him, wherever the zoological republic of Nigeria lifeless monkey president Muhamadu python bloodbath criminal British Buhari and his cohorts the South East mass murderous criminal Governors and Ohaoshi Eze Ndi Hawusafulani keep OUR LEADER Ohamadike Mazi Nnamdi Kalu. All Hail United States of Biafra. IPOB ONE FAMILY, ONE FAMILY IPOB! ALL HAIL BIAFRA

The group is demanding the international community to prevail on President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration to obey court order.

The IPOB made this known in a statement signed by the Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Comrade Emma Powerful.

According to the statement, “We, the IPOB worldwide, have today (yesterday) formally notified the civilised world about the interim ruling of the ACHR against the Nigerian government and the need for international community to prevail upon the administration of Muhammadu Buhari to abide by the rulings as pronounced.

“Buhari’s administration is infamous for persistent and habitual disobedience of court orders. They have no regard for the rule of law as evidenced by numerous instances where they have declined to obey judicial pronouncements.

“In the light of this undemocratic and dictatorial tendency of the present regime in Nigeria, we the IPOB through the office of the Directorate of State have communicated to world bodies, the need to hold Nigeria accountable to its international obligations especially its duty to honour legally binding treaties.

“Without any rigorous oversight, the Buhari’s regime will treat the latest pronouncement by ACHR with the same disdain as ordinary court judgements in Nigeria.

“We firmly believe that it is the duty of the civilised world to hold brutal regimes in Africa, especially those that assumed power under the cover of democracy, to account for their actions.”


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