Leader of the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign State of Biafra, MASSOB, Comrade Uchenna Madu has vowed to expose the evil plots against Biafra by Nigeria in collaboration with the British government at the International Conference on the Rights of Indigenous People and self-determination, which is to be held soon in a Western European country.
Madu said that the plot was evidently shown in the political structure of Nigeria which, according to him, has eternally subjected Ndigbo to political, religious, academic, economic, social and cultural slavery in Nigeria.
In a press release signed by its national director of Information, Comrade Samuel Edeson, and made available to Nigerian Pilot, MASSOB stated that this disclosure was made during its emergency meeting at its national headquarters, Okwe in Imo State, yesterday.
Madu, who was said to be invited alongside other world leaders of self-determination groups, will attend the conference with seven members of national executive of the group.
He stressed that MASSOB would maintain its position of non-violence, civil obedience and outright rejection of Nigeria occupation on Biafran land.
According to him, “MASSOB will also pressurise and insist on the release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu of IPOB, Benjamin Onwuka of BZM, and 23 Biafran detainees at Awka and Onitsha prisons since 2006.
“We demand the unconditional release of our brother, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB leader, and others whose cases cannot be justified by Nigeria government. Their continued detention has exposed the incompetency and bias mind of Nigeria judiciary.”
The MASSOB leader further said that “the more Nnamdi Kanu is being detained, the more Nigeria suffers diplomatic damages and shame. MASSOB will continue to partner with IPOB, lower Niger Congress and Biafran groups in diaspora for genuine agitation.”
Madu further vowed that unending arrest, detention and killings of the group’s members by Nigerian soldiers and police would never deter them from pressing for Biafra Republic.

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