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Friday, 4 December 2015

OEAS ISSUES DEMANDS TO NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT ON BIAFRA


OEAS ISSUES DEMANDS TO NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT ON BIAFRA

Washington DC: Biafra is a charter member of the Organization of Emerging African States (OEAS), an international governmental organization that promotes self-determination and the end to colonial era boundaries in Africa.

Today the people of Biafra are locked in an emerging struggle with the Nigeria federal government, the inevitable result of which will be self-determination for Biafra. Unfortunately the Nigerian government has resorted to summary execution and detention of Biafran patriots.  The situation will surely escalate unless immediate action is taken.

The OEAS calls for the Nigerian government to meet the three following demands:

1.  Immediate release from jail of Biafra Zionist Movement, MASSOB, IPOB and Radio Biafra supporters including Benjamin Onwuka and Nnamdi Kanu.

2.  All federal military and police FORCES to stand down and return to their barracks. Also read OPEN LETTER TO WORLD LEADERS ON ARREST OF NNAMDI KANU

3.  A snap referendum on Biafran self-determination to be held within 90 days with OEAS, UNPO, and nonaligned observers supervising the balloting process.

Failure to meet these demands will undoubtedly result in civil strife as nonviolent Biafran protestors pay with their blood for their chance at independence. Regardless of what measures the Nigerian federal government may take, the die is cast for independence and Biafrans will not be deterred.

There is one chance for a peaceful referendum, a life line is being thrown to the Nigerian government which they ignore at their own peril.  The Biafran people are patient but will not be indiscriminately murdered by the Nigerian government without resisting to the full extent of their human rights.

For more information contact:

Ebenezer Derek Mbongo Akwanga, Jr.,
Secretary General OEAS
Jonathan Levy, PhD
Chief Administrative Officer OEAS
[email protected]
www.oeas.info
oeas.fbfollow.me

10 comments

  1. Nigeria free biafra for the betterment if all or stand a chance of another war, for war is inevitable in this country as long as this contraception evil empire created by white vultures Britain called Nigeria still together. Free biafra now that is still early.

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  2. Western nations don't give a shiit about Africa. Buh they respect little Arab nations with nuclear weaonz. Give us Biafra, motherfucking gaymen! All hail Biafra!

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  3. Please I need somebody to educate me. What power does this organization has over a country? Can they really compel a country in Africa to carry out their demand? What are chances for Biafra? Pls educate me.

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    1. @Francis Nzeribe You can simply consult your grand parents to this regards .!!!

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  4. Freedom @ last. Biafra must to come. GBAM

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  5. Tupac said it. They have money for war but don't have money to feed the poor. They said no hope for the youths but the truth is no hope for the future. There is no pride for war but price for war take a look at your family and ask yourself if you ready to loss them

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