BPNC urges Biafrans to take quit notice seriously

 

BPNC urges Biafrans to take quit notice seriously

By Larry Onwuta

Biafra People National Council (BPNC), an umbrella body of all pro Biafra groups has expressed satisfaction over the quit notice given to the Igbos by Arewa youth in the Northern Nigeria.

The BPNC said the quit notice formed part of what the Biafra agitators are looking up to, according to the communiqué released after of their meeting in Enugu, Comrade Uchenna Madu who spoke on behalf of the body yesterday described the situation as a well come development.

The communiqué was signed by Comrade Uchenna Madu for MASSOB, Comrade Felix Obiora for Eastern Peoples Congress (EPC), Rev Dr Stanley Ajah for Biafra Revolutionary Organization (BRO), Comrade Ositachukwu Agbanarilam for Salvation People of Biafra (SP-Biafra), Comrade Prince Onyema for Joint Revolutionary Council (JRC), Comrade Austin Mary Ndukwu for Biafra Liberation Council (BLC), Comrade Austin Ugwuoke for BULCO.

Madu in the statement referred the quit notice order as divine intervention on speedy actualization and restoration of Biafra Republic.

“That BPNC advised the people of Biafra to take the quit notice order serious as three weeks. Also BPNC has put the necessary humanitarian arrangements to assist on the welcoming back home all Biafrans returning to Biafra land”.

“That BPNC urge all the Igbo owned transport companies to reduce all the transport fares to 50% to enable our people to return easily”. “That BPNC condemned the political romance of some disgruntled self acclaimed Igbo leaders with Arewa people as such people are on their own because they do not reprtesent Ndigbo”.

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“That BPNC opposes any form of restructuring or confederation in Nigeria. Our only demand is Biafra independence from Nigeria”.

“That BPNC salute the consistency, uprightness and steadfastness of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in Biafra actualization and restoration struggle”.

“That BPNC condemn the bias raid and confiscation of SUN Newspaper publishing company by EFCC. That BPNC demand the unconditional release of all pro Biafra detainees in Nigeria prisons like Kuje, Onitsha and Awka prisons”.

“That BPNC demand that Federal Government of Nigeria should set up necessary machineries for separation of the region of Biafra from Nigeria and sharing of all assets and liabilities”.

BPNC however advised all the governors of Eastern region (Southeast/ south south) to ignore the questionable assurances given to them by the Arewa governors and federal government with the subtle promises that Biafrans residing in Arewa land are save.

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