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”Our demand is Biafra, we are not against restructuring” says IPOB

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Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has stressed that it is not against the restructuring of Nigeria. This was stated by the Media and Publicity Secretary of the group, Emma Powerful, on Monday in a statement made in Awka, Anambra State. The group reiterated that its major demand was for a referendum to approve whether “Biafra” would continue to be part of Nigeria or not.
Mr. Emma said, “ The Nigeria government must bear one thing in mind, IPOB is not fighting restructuring, our demand is not restructuring. Our demand is restoration of the Biafra State. “All we need is a date for referendum, to decide whether or not we want to continue with this forced marriage with Nigeria.
“Those who think Nigeria is ready for restructuring may have to think again and those benefiting from the current lop-sidedness have made restructuring impossible. They are unlikely to heed the clamor for restructuring.
“But for us, the only thing that can make us slow down a little is government giving us a date for referendum. Restoration of the Sovereign State of Biafra is a divine mandate.”

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