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Saturday, 21 April 2018

BRITISH AUTHORITIES SNEAKS NIGERIAN PRESIDENT OUT, AMIDST THE THRONG OF PEACEFUL BIAFRA PROTESTERS



Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu | Reporting for Biafra Writers

April 22, 2018

United Kingdom - On Thursday and Friday, 19th and 20th of April 2018, the world most peaceful freedom fighting group, the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, as named by Amnesty International, came out en masse in the United Kingdom where the Nigerian president, Rtd. General Muhammadu Buhari came for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM 2018), to protest against the incessant massacre, butchery of their people and the raving marginalization meted on them as evidenced in the Amnesty International reports. The protesters also bespoke, clamoured and demanded from the Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari, the whereabouts of their leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who has been missing since the Nigerian military invaded the Biafran leader's house on September 14, 2017 as ordered by Mr. President in a military operation code named, operation python dance. In the same vein, the people of Biafra never failed to demand for their referendum which its campaign is presently ongoing.



The protesters who protested at the Lancaster House in London and in front of the Commonwealth house in Westminster, London, were seen wielding placards which bore their agitation and banners bearing inscriptions of Biafra. The protesters, as usual, were chanting and singing while waiting for the president to come out of his hiding place.

"Heads of Government of Commonwealth countries, the Secretary General of Commonwealth, Ms. Patricia Scotland and the UK Prime Minister, Mrs. Theresa May, were all in attendance.

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President Muhammadu Buhari, whose regime has been labelled incompetent and most corrupt ever by some world leaders and his fellow Nigerians, was perceived to be having a closed-door meeting with the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth II and Theresa May, on how to keep milking the oil from Biafran land free of charge so that Britain will continue their one Nigeria policy and in return turning a blind eye to Nigeria's atrocities on Biafrans.



It should be on record that president Buhari's body language after seeing the protesters suggests he would have wanted them apprehended by the British Metropolitan Police. This has vindicated the Amnesty International reports on the evil and carnage modus operandi of the Nigerian military on the peaceful Biafran protesters being shot at, maimed and subjugated to inhuman treatment by the ordered of the president.



After the closed-door meeting with Queen Elizabeth and Theresa May, the British government sneaked the president out of the building instead of him coming out to address the people and answer the questions fielded to him by the protesters. Britain is a country known for been deceptive in nature. I mean, the state of Russia has also buttressed this fact recently by warning their media institutions and her government to stop peddling their inherent cheap lies against their government.

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The world leaders should turn their watchful eyes on the perils of the Biafran people. Till date, no single person has been apprehended or keelhauled for the genocide committed on Biafran people between 1967 - 1970 which is second to the one committed on the Israelites (The Holocaust). President Buhari must answer to the International Criminal Court (ICC), for the atrocities committed on the Biafran people in this 21st century, under his regime. Biafrans has continued to push for a referendum to determine their fate. Referendum is the right of the people, give it to them in peace or they will take it by force.


THE BIAFRA TIMES
Editor: Chukwuemeka M. Chimerue 
Publisher: Chijindu Benjamin Ukah
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