IPOB in Torino,Italy during freedom rally

A splinter group of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, “The Re-branded Indigenous People of Biafra, TRIOPOB,” has said the struggle for the actualisation of Biafra is not feasible.
Spokesman of the splinter group, Chima Phillip Effiong Osuji, made the remark after a meeting convened by some aggrieved members of IPOB in Aba, Abia state.

Disclosing that the new group will denounce the struggle, Osuji said TRIOPOB will set ablaze the Biafra flag, recite Nigeria’s national anthem and pledge in Abuja.

Osuji, however stressed that the spirit and intent of Biafra will be pursued inside the Nigerian nation.

According to Osuji, “TRIPOB now sees the Biafra question from a different perspective. Biafra will now become to us a powerful metaphor for change, development and greatness of the Igbos inside a united Nigeria, where the South East axis will be a utopia from the sheer determination borne out of the Biafra metaphor.

“We believe in being a part of a united Nigeria, and a new way of thinking, where the victim mentality will no longer be acceptable.

“We have accepted the fact that the Biafra Republic is not a reality but an anachronism, and doubt that the South -South region will become a part of a Biafra Republic, except by force; after a declaration of another civil war.

“That the lessons and history of the civil war will only reinforce the belief in ourselves to reach the zenith in this great country, Nigeria, where opportunities abound for every one regardless of tribe or religion, and even where such narrow sentiments exist, we will not see ourselves as victims, Never,”

“In view of this new mind-set, members of the TRIPOB and any new defectors will on October 1, 2016, make a public denunciation of a secessionist Biafra Republic at the Eagle Square, Abuja.

“The event will also include recitation of the pledge to Nigeria, our country, singing of the national anthem, followed by a solemn burning of the Biafra flag and unveiling a new Biafra flag representing pride, change, potential and spirit of the Igbo race which can thrive anywhere in the world.”




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