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Niger Delta States belong to Biafra – MASSOB

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The leader of the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign States of Biafra, MASSOB, Solomon Chukwu, spoke with Vanguard on Monday that all South South States belong to Biafra.

Responding to reports, including FFK who said that they should not include Niger Delta in their map, Solomon stressed the reasons why they are part of the map

He also said a part of Kogi has also shown interest in joining Biafra.

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“Was Effiong not from Akwa Ibom State? My father and other strong men of Niger Delta also fought for Biafra till the last day of the battle. How can somebody like Albert Horsefall say that Port Harcourt is not part of Biafra? I’m a Biafran from Ikwerre land in Obio/Akpor local government area of Rivers state.

“I’m a true son of Niger Delta. Till today, we still have many strong men from the South South who stands to be counted in supporting Biafra. People like Uche Okwukwu, Asari Dokubo, among other great Niger Delta sons who are in support of Biafra.

“Whether they call us South South or Niger Delta or Igbo, the Eastern region is united in the struggle to actualize an independent State of Biafra. Some people from the area who sabotaged Biafra during the war have seen through the Hausa/Fulani deception and regretted their actions.”

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“This has been one of the divide and rule styles they use against people of the Eastern region, by saying Akwa Ibom, Rivers and Cross River, Bayelsa is not part of Biafra but it is no longer working, our people have seen through their tricks over 30 years ago.

“We are wiser now; people from Cross River, Akwa Ibom ,Delta and the Igbo speaking part of Edo and Benue attend MASSOB meetings. A part of Kogi state has indicated interest to join Biafra when independence is achieved. Those who say South South is part of Biafra are only deceiving themselves.”

 

 
 
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