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A Nigerian Lawmaker, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe has accepted to vote in favour of Biafra independence if a hypothetical referendum is organized by the federal government.
The Senate Minority Leader disclosed in an interview with Rudolf Okonkwo of Irokopost TV. “I’ll vote for us to truly be on our own, ” noting that people agitating are discouraged by all of the various things ‘that weigh Nigeria down’.
Abaribe, who is representing Abia-South Constituency in the 9th assembly, nonetheless, advised to consider using another method since the constitution of Nigeria has no provision for a referendum. “if you want a referendum, you have to go outside the constitution”.
He acknowledged those who are gaining from the present structure of the country would at all times reject any possible suggestion for a referendum.
The Lawmaker urged various groups for Biafra agitation to put their force together in order to remain focused and champion one goal.
The PDP stalwart called on people of the South East to come back collectively and have one response to the state of affairs.
Meanwhile, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on Sunday assured that the group will not fail to restore Biafra this year.
Kanu restated during a Live broadcast 14 June 2020 adding that recent events displaying in Aso Rock Villa regarding ‘fired gunshots‘ depict Nigeria has fallen.
He advised ‘reasonable’ Nigerians to disregard the person presented in the last Presidential National Address marking June 12 Democracy Day as President Mohammadu Buhari.
"If A Referendum For Biafra Is Conducted Today, I Will Vote YES For Biafra"–Senator Abaribe▪️The Minority Leader in the Nigerian Senate, Mr. Enyinnaya Abaribe has said that in a hypothetical referendum for Biafra, he would vote yes. He made the declaration in an interview with Rudolf Okonkwo of Irokopost TV.The video will be made available on our page shortly
Опубликовано Rising Sun History Воскресенье, 14 июня 2020 г.