THE Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of
Biafra, (MASSOB), on Sunday, rejected the Federal Government’s reported offer
of a conditional release for the detained Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB)
leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and several others.

Reports had it that a meeting between the Federal Government
and representatives of some movements for emancipation for Niger delta groups,
proposed the release of Kanu and several others on the condition that they
would drop Biafra agitation.

However, MASSOB leader, Comrade Uchenna Madu, in a statement,
declared that the conditions “are not only laughable but inconsequential.”

The statement wondered how any sane man would think that
Nnamdi Kanu would renounce Biafra and sell-out the good people of Biafra clamoring
for self-rule.

The statement noted that Biafra struggle was bigger than the
Radio Biafra director, Nnamdi Kanu or any other leader, pointing out that
“nobody, not even Kanu can stop the tide.”

“MASSOB’s reaction to the FG’s condition on Nnamdi KANU’s
release is a bluff of government that knows nothing about genuine
self-determination. This condition is not only laughable but inconsequential.

“MASSOB does not see Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as one who can betray
his belief on Biafra.  He is not a
sellout, his ideologies on Biafra may differ, he can never betray hundreds of Biafra’s
that died recently on the course of Biafra,” the statement asserted.

“Secondly, Biafra is not a religious faith that can be
renounced or abandoned. Nobody can renounce Biafra, it is an identity, culture,
tradition and existence of group of nationalities, and it’s not personal or
individualistic.

“There are thousands of Biafra persons that are more
determined, consistent, dangerous, focused, and unshakable than Nnamdi KANU,
Uchenna Madu and other leading figures in Biafra struggle. Biafra is also
bigger than all the leading figures put together.”

“It is childish on Federal government to expect Nnamdi KANU
to renounce Biafra, the fate of over fifty million people.

“MASSOB advises Buhari to save his battered Nigeria’s face
from more diplomatic shame by allowing the court to grant Nnamdi Kanu and
others bail.

“We shall continue to press for their release including the
ultimate aim of Biafra actualization with non-violence. Nigeria will soon
experience another dimension of non-violence struggle that will marvel them.
Soon the world will celebrate the downfall of the most corrupt country,” the
statement asserted. 

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