OPEN LETTER TO NARINDRA MODI (INDIAN PRIME MINISTER)

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Petitioning: INDIA PRIME MINISTER TO SUPPORT BIAFRAN FREEDOM FROM NIGERIA.

Petitioner: Frankline Okechukwu started on July 9, 2017

OPEN LETTER TO NARINDRA MODI (INDIAN PRIME MINISTER)

Since 1914 British created Nigeria without the consent of Biafra people and said that the country will last for only 100 years after which the country can separate, since then people of Biafra who is from the eastern part of the country (Nigeria) and also Christian have been suffering from the hand of other parts of the country ranging political marginalization, Economic destitution, Government sponsored terrorism against them. Eventually Nigeria expired on the 31st Dec 2013 after 100 years.


The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are Biafrans resident in different countries all over the world struggling for their freedom and restorations of the sovereignty of their nation Biafra in accordance with United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People to self determination adopted by UN general assembly on 13th September 2007.IPOB are presently represented in more than 120 countries including India.


Nigeria state has continued to terrorize the Indigenous People of Biafrans in order to subdue them against their will and aspirations; evidence of the recent attacks against unarmed Biafrans in Biafraland by the Nigeria Police, Army and even Navy who also operate road blocks instead of being in the sea is everywhere on the internet and news papers. Together with the Chronology of recorded killings of Biafrans in Nigeria; further detailed
From June 22, 1945 to September 28, 2016.

This letter is in tandem with our request that India prime minister (Mr Narindra Modi), India authorities and relevant government Agencies as well as the United Nations office in India to support Biafrans to demand a referendum from Nigeria in favor of the Biafran people to determine their political/economic future which is in accordance with united Nation declaration on the rights of the indigenous people on self determination

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