In line with the agitation of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), the leader of Biafra Independence Movement (BIM), and founder of Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), Chief Ralph Uwazuruike has stated that in the emerging new Biafra nation, no section of the country would suffer enslavement or colonisation.
He emphasised that Ndigbo would continue to work together with our brothers in the Niger Delta region until we realise the much agitated Biafra Nation where slavery, oppression and marginalisation would be non-existent.
Uwazuruike whose views were dropped by Biafra Director of information, Mazi Chris Mocha, added that the relationship between Ndigbo and people of Niger Delta including the Ijaw nation still remained cordial.
He contended that through their past efforts, the Ndigbo have proved beyond all reasonable doubts to their enemies that Ndigbo and their brothers in the South South region can stay together and work together.
“The emerging New Biafra nation won’t enslave any section or colonise any tribe. No part of Biafra territory shall be treated as slaves. In Biafra land, every person shall be treated equally and above all, there won’t be anything like majority or minority.
“Our Memorandum of Understanding, MoU signed on May 8, 2004, between the Great common-wealth of Niger Delta, GCWND, leaders and MASSOB have not been revoked,” he said.
Source: the authorityngr