BIAFRA: “Declared Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB As Terrorists” – Northern Youths Petitioned To United Nations
The Biafrans and their leader, Kano were so persistent and the Youths in the northern regions of Nigeria can’t take it anymore. After much efforts to chased out all the igbo descendants living in the North’s side which has called to failure, the Northern Youth Group has now taken another step to show how serious they are with the abolishment of Biafra and Kanu.
A group formed by the Northern Youth have just written a petition note to the United Nations over the continuous activities of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB and its leader, Nnamdi Kanu that they should all be declared as terrorists.
During a press conference in Abuja, the Northern Youth’ spokesman, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman, said that the Indigenous People of Biafra and its leader, Nnamdi Kanu are ready to fulfilled their determination by causing problems in Nigeria as they fights to withdraw themselves from the country . The youths say the United Nations should proclaims any relevant images to pronounce Kanu and his, IPOB group a terrorist outfit.
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- “As law-abiding citizens of Nigeria, we wrote officially to the United Nations and urged for its urgent intervention in the following two key areas: That the UN invokes the relevant statutes to which Nigeria is a signatory to pronounce Kanu and IPOB as terror outfits, forbid their activities and bring up criminal actions against them. Since it is becoming all the more obvious – by the way IPOB and Kanu enjoy massive support from the Igbo back home – that the issue of the drive for Biafra nation is still a boiling issue, we urged the UN to intervene by initiating processes for a peaceful referendum as the only option to finally settle the Biafran issue.”