Our UN Diplomatic Mission, a Landmark Achievement – Kanu at Geneva

By Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
Biafra Writers
20th September 2019

Delivering his promise at the last diplomatic onslaught at EU headquarters, Brussels, where he promised to take the fight for Biafra self-determination to the United Nations, reaffirmed in the tweet, “Our Next Stop is UN,” the Supreme Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, said “There are those who are wondering can this thing be done. And we are showing them today that this thing that has not happened since 1945 when they started killing our people in Jos, that here today on the 18th day of September 2019, it has happened.” Kanu who made the statement while addressing a conglomerate of Biafrans who met him as he stepped out from the United Nations headquarters in Geneva where he and other top figures of IPOB leadership had meeting with UN officials was visibly triumphant.

Speaking further, the enigmatic leader of Biafra said, “I said we will come to the UN and we have come to the United Nations. Promise made, promise delivered. Remarkable.

Recall that in Brussels a week and few days ago, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, hinted on a possible visit to the UN to further the Biafra quest. While there was no genuine doubt to that, all having seen IPOB 's momentum as demonstrated with the EU visit, no one expected the UN episode so soon. The two day (17th and 18th September 2019) diplomatic meeting at the UN, therefore, took everyone by surprise.

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There have been arguments about IPOB's standing at the international scene, with critics maintaining that the group lacks the finesse to launch any meaningful diplomatic engagement capable of freeing Biafra. Not that the doubting lots are not aware of IPOB’s diplomatic offensives, but doing the bidding of the Federal Government of Nigeria who is bent on frustrating the Biafra freedom demand, they vend their skepticism with a view to dwindling the masses rising hopes in the coming of Biafra. Kanu’s United Nations visit, synergizing that of the EU, thus buries all arguments.

Although the details of what was discussed in the meeting were not disclosed to the public, Kanu's body language convinces the press that the Biafran envoy is leaving Geneva with something tangible. Ears are now inclined to the group’s next move – presumably, Washington DC – especially as Kanu also hinted on that in Brussels.

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Kanu at UN Geneva

Biafra: Our Steps are Guided – Kanu Tells Followers

IPOB Executives at UN

By Nelson Ofokar Yagazie
Biafra Writers
20th September 2019

The Supreme Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, had on Wednesday the 18th of September, 2019, disclosed why some of IPOB's diplomatic onslaughts are kept from the public. Addressing Biafrans who circled him as he emerged from a meeting with UN officials in Geneva, the sage made it clear to the audience that the Nigerian government has been on serious moves to undermine IPOB's efforts on the international scene.

Kanu who made a similar disclosure in the past week at the EU headquarters in Brussels, said, “At the EU Parliament, the Zoo sent two diplomats to stop us. Today they couldn't send anybody to come and see us. You must all know that the Zoo is fighting very hard to stop us. So we have to be very careful in all that we do or else they will try to stop what we are doing.”

Recall that a few months ago when Kanu toured North America, the docile and subservient Vice President, Professor Yemi Osibanjo, suddenly zoomed off to the US. That sudden trip, observers believed, was a covert move to get the US government to pay a deaf ear to the Biafra cry. Remember his ear-scorching statement while there? It was all in an attempt to frustrate Biafra diplomatic engagements.

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It is not surprising that the Nigerian government is fighting tooth and neck to torpedo the Biafra boat, spending Billions of dollars in the process, while back at home its citizens wallow in poverty, hunger and starvation precipitated by unemployment, epileptic power supply, non-payment of workers salary among many other governmental dysfunctions. The hate for Biafra outweighs the love for its citizens; consequently, the well-being of an average Nigerian is secondary.

Expressing optimism, however, the Biafran leader added, “But they will not succeed.” Kanu and crew seem to be overpowering Nigerian government's ploys, Nigerian agents having failed to intercept Kanu's EU visit, and in the case of UN, didn't try at all ... a clear sign of an accepted defeat.

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Our UN Diplomatic Mission, a Landmark Achievement – Kanu at Geneva

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