Nnamdi Kanu Fixes Date For Biafra Referendum

By Ikenga Chronicles January 29, 2019

Nnamdi Kanu Fixes Date For Biafra Referendum

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) says its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, has relocated to the United Kingdom from his base in Israel, to perfect arrangements on Biafra referendum, scheduled to hold on February 16, 2019.

A statement released on Monday by Emma Powerful, Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, noted that the referendum would hold alongside the February 16 elections.

He also said Kanu is currently meeting wiith the High Commissioner in Europe to perfect plans for the referendum.

Powerful said: “We can assure you that majority of them have given their assurances and the proposal has received a tremendous support from many key allies, who see self-determination for Biafra as the best solution to the present Nigeria problem.

“We are sure of peaceful and rancour-free referendum because international observers and media platforms will be on ground to monitor the exercise on that day. It is important we remind Nigerians, once again, that the ongoing political developments in the country only confirms that Nigeria cannot work together as one country, and Biafra must be a sovereign nation.

“We, the global family of IPOB, ably led by Nnamdi Kanu, wish to announce officially to the people of Biafra, both home and in the diaspora, friends of Biafra and lovers of freedom that our leader, Kanu is currently in London, to join his family and see his newborn child he hadn’t seen because of his illegal incarceration and detention since 2015.

“He will also discuss with IPOB top family members in London, to finalise the way forward for Biafra referendum that will hold on February 16, 2019, alongside Nigeria’s presidential poll.

“On Friday last week, Kanu arrived Leeds Airport in England, where our deputy leader, Uche Mefor and other top IPOB members based in the UK received him. Kanu and other top IPOB high command are expected to meet with European Union (EU) officials to gather more international support for the Biafra proposal.”

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