ONITSHA PROVINCE: ALL WE WANT IS THE RESTORATION OF THE SOVEREIGNTY OF BIAFRA
ONITSHA – The Adjutant of Onitsha Province, LTC. OKOYE Nwakibeya urged Indigenous Biafrans both home and abroad to be watchful and not be deceived by cabals of the Nigeria Fulani Oligarchy in connivance with the British colonizers whom are pressuring for restructure or 2023 Igbo Nigeria President.
Lieutenant Colonel OKOYE reminded citizens to rather focus on the restoration of the sovereignty of Biafra and collectively support and protect defense mechanisms anchored by the Biafra National Guard [BNG] towards our total freedom.
The Adjutant described the Muhammadu Buhari-led occupying government of Nigeria as cruel and irresponsible. Stating that the hike in fuel and electric prices by the occupying government even as denizens are trying to recover from the COVID-19 lockdown is a pointer to the despicable nature of the Fulani Oligarchy in Aso Rock.
The standard of living for persons residing in Nigeria have continued to worsened as the effect of poverty, inflation and hunger is prevalent in most households.
The Lieutenant Colonel expressed anger at the royal treatment accorded the Fulani Herdsmen and BokoHaram Islamic sects by the occupying Nigeria government. While peaceful protesters are arrested and most times killed.
It is no news that Northern Nigeria has the highest rate of insecurity and violence in the British contraption but the Arewa youths are not in anyway harassed or forcedly detained unjustly by occupying police and armed forces.
Meanwhile, the areas that makes up Biafraland have relatively maintained stable peace and economy which has resulted in the steady influx of people of Hausa/Fulani.
Clearly, it is ironic that Biafraland has the highest number of checkpoints mounted by the occupying Nigeria armed forces.
OKOYE specifically warned the defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Central Police Station Onitsha (CPS) and also the 302 Artillery Regiment of the occupying Nigeria Army to desist from further extortion, extra-judicial detention and killings of innocent and defenseless Biafrans.
The youths of Biafra are arbitrarily arrested and detained unjustly until large sums of bribes are collected by the occupying Nigeria security agencies responsible for the abuse of their fundamental human rights.
He described the men and women of the occupying Nigeria Police and armed forces as rogues and terrorists empowered by the occupying Nigeria government to primarily frustrate and stifle the people of Biafra.
He emphasized that persons that are of Biafra origin still at the service of the occupying police force and armed forces engaging in the subjugation and fleecing of Biafrans shall surely get the consequences of their unwarranted actions should they continue with the abuse of peoples’ fundamental human rights.
Furthermore, the Onitsha Adjutant commended the cooperation and boldness of the Yoruba governors of South-Western Nigeria for the formation of the region’s security outfit – Amotekun, for the protection and defense of lives and properties of the Oduduwa people.
He berated the politicians from Biafra land over their cowardice to the Nigeria Fulani Oligarchy and constant betrayals against their own people. Calling on those politician propagating for restructuring and 2023 Nigeria president not to waste their time and resources in such quest because it will be another effort in futility.
Lt. Col. Okoye notified member countries of the United Nations and the entire world to be on the known on the vindictive and sectional governance in Nigeria and the only choice left for Indigenous Biafrans is the restoration of the sovereignty of their nation- Biafra.
He reiterated that the BNG self-defense organigram organized by former leader, General Innocent Orji, is responsibly going on as planned, citing Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations which declared that “Nothing in the present Charter shall impair the inherent right of individual or collective self-defense if an armed attack occurs against a Member of the United Nations, until the Security Council has taken measures necessary to maintain international peace and security. Measures taken by Members in the exercise of this right of self-defense shall be immediately reported to the Security Council and shall not in any way affect the authority and responsibility of the Security Council under the present Charter to take at any time such action as it deems necessary in order to maintain or restore international peace and security.”
Captain Echiaru Mark,
Media and Publicity, Onitsha Province.