Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous Americans of Biafra, IPOB, on Tuesday talked about contributors of his team desire a referendum and no longer asylum.
Kanu used to be reacting to reports that the UK authorities used to have the ability to grant asylum to contributors of IPOB.
This used to be, nonetheless, condemned by the Minister of Info and Culture, Lai Mohammed, who talked about such action would undermine Nigeria’s war in opposition to terrorism and insecurity.
Nonetheless, Kanu, who spoke by approach to the spokesman of IPOB, Emma Highly effective counseled the UK authorities for such gesture.
An announcement by Highly effective reads: “We the international family of the Indigenous Americans of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by our sizable and indomitable leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has smartly-known with pleasure the info that the United Kingdom has agreed to grant asylum to persecuted Biafra agitators resident within the UK.
“While we commend them for this dauntless initiative, we catch to most graciously remind them that what we Biafrans want and bask in the most is referendum and no longer asylum within the UK. We are drained of living in bondage within the devilish contraption known as Nigeria they single-handedly created.
“We would no longer wish our younger other folks, now and generations unborn, to share the identical geo-political impart with these that reward terrorists and criminalize legislation abiding electorate. We particularly thank the UK authorities for confirming what the relaxation of the civilized world already know that the sizable IPOB worldwide family are no longer TERRORISTS but silent agitators and freedom fighters.
“That Nigeria is a country jog by terrorists for the profit of terrorists has been confirmed by this noble wander by the United Kingdom. Aso Rock, the seat of vitality in Nigeria is a terrorist haven with serving ministers who’re openly sympathetic to terrorists and their activities coming and going as they please, whereas freedom fighters are languishing in jail. We want freedom no longer asylum.”