Biafra Will Be Realized Peacefully Not Violently, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is Working Towards That : Says IPOB Lawyer, Barr Ifeanyi Ejiofor
The Indigenous People of Biafra has advised President Muhammadu Buhari to permit Igbo require a quiet choice to decide their destiny in Nigeria.
IPOB legal counselor, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, revealed this on Saturday while talking with Reporters on the battle and fomentation for Biafra.
He said clearly the Eastern area had been consigned to the foundation and no longer piece of Nigeria and the main alternative left was tranquil settlement of their complaints through a choice.
Ejiofor stated, “They accept that Igbo are not part of the framework and the best thing for them to do is for the administration to permit Igbo to call for choice. It is a procedure that is intrinsically upheld by global shows and laws.
“We are do not part anymore and package of the framework and ample opportunity has already past for us to think home. Let us have our own home with fair-minded procedure which is the thing that Nnamdi Kanu pushed for.”
He censured the Nigerian Government for neglecting to delicate a statement of regret that would have mended the injuries brought about by the Civil War where Igbo were murdered in huge numbers.
He stated, “Government owe our kin conciliatory sentiment. Government has not mitigated the sentiments of the Igbo in the way where they were killed and butchered.
“It involves normal information that between 1967-1970 we encountered mass homicide (massacre) against Igbo which has proceeded with unabated with the manner in which our kin are being dealt with.”
Ejiofor said the battle would before long work out as intended now that Nnamdi Kanu had investigated every single political contact to guarantee a quiet actualisation of the task.
He expressed that, “Biafra will be acknowledged calmly not fiercely and he (Nnamdi Kanu) has been coordinating toward that reality. He isn’t there for any political reason. He is just persuaded in the reason he has confidence in.
“It is glaring that we are not part of this framework.”