The Biafra National Guard, BNG, has warned that any action against the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu and other Biafra agitators will lead to “pathetic and regrettable situations for Nigeria and its leaders.”
This was contained in a statement issued by the Innocent Orji-led group’s Public Relations Officer, Okoro Ruben while reacting to calls by some section of Nigerians that the IPOB leader be re-arrested for flouting his bail orders.
The statement described those making the call as “mischievous funny and jokers of the years,” adding that “any more action against Kanu and other Biafra agitators will lead to pathetic and regrettable situations for Nigeria and its leaders.”
The group also dismissed as, “belated and too late for us to listen to” the alleged call by Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, for the Biafra agitators, particularly Kanu to drop Biafra agitation and join hand with the current administration.
Orji spoke further, “We will accept Obasanjo’s apology and Osinbajo’s appeal on condition that they resurrect all Biafran children starved to death, and all our parents, our over six million Biafran civilians, soldiers and heroes, killed during the Nigerian Biafra war and those killed in recent agitations and still being kill up to date.
“We totally and vehemently reject all apologies and calls for us to drop Biafra agitation, it is too late for us to listen to you all making the calls, unless you will miraculously resurrect all our 6 million Biafran civilians, especially our children whom you starved to death and all our parents, including gallant Biafran soldiers and heroes killed and still being killed till date by Nigerian government.
“We wonder how the Federal Government of Nigeria will convince us that they are sincerely regretting the civil war, need Igbo in Nigeria after the genocidal war against Biafrans from 1967 to 1970, while they are still incarcerating our 22 Biafra freedom agitators at Onitsha, and Awka prisons since over ten years now and are still waging court war against IPOB leader Mazi Kanu and other IPOB members held at Kuje prisons Abuja.
“You better allow us to separate and go our ways peacefully; through conducting referendum to be supervised by the United Nations, so that Nigeria will have peace, that is the only panacea to all these self determination agitation going on now in Nigeria.”
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