10th May 2019
From: Directorate of State Council, Indigenous Peoples of Biafra Government
Press Release: IPOBG Rejects the Hundred Billion Naira Dialogue with Terrorist MACBAN
To all Biafrans,
The team leadership of Directorate of State Council of IPOBG led by Mazi Uchenna Asiegbu rejects and condemn the continued provocative apartheid policies targeting the people of Biafra for total destruction.
The British backed political/economic bandits within the present administration were reported to have planned a whopping Hundred Billion Naira (about $276 million dollars) for Miyeti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria to help stop crimes. MACBAN through their herdsmen has been a deadly source of sorrow and destruction in Biafra land just as their evil activities have been backed by security forces loyal to the government in power. While the 100 billion Naira is expected from oil resources from Biafra land, the British caliphate agents own and control more than 85% oil blocks in Biafra land leaving their gold mine and other resources for their selfish use.
The Kaduna dry dock was just recently activated under the pretence of South West seaport decongestion while the entire ports in SouthEast and South-South were frustrated. While North Eastern development commission bill was easily passed by Hausa Fulani dominant NASS, the South East development commission bill was thrown to the bin.
It was on account of these evil caliphate agenda that over 3.5 million Biafrans were killed between 1967 and 1970. We are aware of the hypocritical moves behind the 100 billion Naira security camouflage but the unrepentant freedom will of-of the People of Biafra cannot be destroyed.
We, therefore, implore BIAFRANS worldwide to remain resolute. We have been in constant touch with all our determined people both at home and abroad expanding to all ethnicities in the hinterland and coastal areas. We are neither sleeping nor ignoring vital stakeholders in the project Biafra and we will be coming our very clear in due course.
Our mission is very clear; to extricate our sovereign state from the fraudulent Lugardian establishment of 1914 which expired in 2014.
Mr Charles Ogboru
Publicity Secretary of
Indigenous Peoples of Biafra Government