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Northern groups calls for Biafra actualization, writes United Nations
The Coalition of 15 Northern Groups, CNG, has called the attention of the International Community to persuade the United Nations and government of Nigeria to facilitate the actualization of Biafra regards the increasing security challenges within the country, notably the continual assaults on safety agencies and government facilities within the South East, and continued call by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.
In a press release granted by the spokesman, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman on Monday, CNG condemned the IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu for instigating unrest in the region, via its force, the Eastern Security Network ESN.
Recall the Eastern part of the country recently had been plunged into a frantic security situation, starting from herdsmen and farmers clashes to IPOB and the Nigerian army.
Noting the actions of Boko Haram terrorists and the rising rate of abduction by bandits within the North, the group additionally stated the region has by no means suffered this degree of exposure “to criminals who attack, kill, maim, rape, kidnap, burn villages” target academic property and abduct college students at will whereas “President Buhari issues threats and promises that don’t affect”.
The assertion reads partly: “Since Nigeria remains committed to peace and global order, yet, our friends in the international community, particularly the UK continue to give a haven to the very IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu, who again and again has called for war and genocide and his propaganda, campaign and directives instigating many of his followers to target and kill people and to loot their properties and violate their dignity and rights, the CNG hereby resolves to:
“Warn our pals, notably in Europe and the entire international community/organisations to weigh the impact and consequence of these campaigns coming from their backyard.
“We finally wish to renew our request for the global community’s intervention in persuading Nigerian authorities and the United Nations to facilitate the final actualization of the Biafran dream by the Igbo”.