NNAMDI KANU’S RELEASE AND BIAFRA WORLD PROTEST – IPOB, MASSOB REPLIES RADIO BIAFRA, RELEASES FRESH STATEMENT (MORE DETAILS)

NNAMDI KANU’S RELEASE AND BIAFRA WORLD PROTEST - IPOB, MASSOB REPLIES RADIO BIAFRA, RELEASES FRESH STATEMENT (MORE DETAILS)

NNAMDI KANU’S RELEASE AND BIAFRA WORLD PROTEST – IPOB, MASSOB REPLIES RADIO BIAFRA, RELEASES FRESH STATEMENT (MORE DETAILS)
Members of several groups agitating for the birth of Biafra Republic have been told to ignore the recent circular passed by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB urging its members to stay at home on September 23 in solidarity with the release of their leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

The directive was issued by a Coalition of the Indigenous People of Biafra and the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra.

A statement by the Coordinator and Secretary of the coalition, Messrs Okanu Muoneme and Basil Okwu, on Wednesday said that the group would no longer allow its members to participate in the exercise for some reasons.
The coalition reechoed the call for the immediate and unconditional release of Kanu in line with the various court decisions on the matter.

It said, “We, IPOB and MASSOB, hereby dissociate ourselves from the directives of Radio Biafra broadcasting from overseas that people should stay indoors on Sept. 23 in solidarity for the release of Nnamdi Kanu.

“We plead that President Muhammadu Buhari effect the release of Nnamdi Kanu immediately without condition and that all previous court judgments which ordered his release be obeyed without further delay.

“We urge the people and every believer of the Biafran struggle to go about their normal businesses without molestation.”

It said, “It is unfortunate that many of our members have died and others languishing in prisons while a few people operating the Radio Biafra abroad and their former leader are enjoying themselves.

“We shall no longer allow ourselves to be used as guinea pigs.”

However, the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, recently told President Muhammadu Buhari and others insisting on the country’s unity that many Nigerians want the country divided.

SOURCE -naij

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