NEWS & ALERTS
MOVEMENT FOR THE ACTUALIZATION OF SOVEREIGN STATE OF BIAFRA (MASSOB) DELTA
SOUTH REGION WARRI
Permit me to use this medium to draw the attention of all to the unfolding events in Nigeria , even as I write down these words. There are signs of dark cloud in the air right from the highly respected political class, down to the ordinary man on the street, we have one thing in common these days and that is mutual lack of trust, between us. Starting from the north down to the east and from the west down to the Niger Delta Region, every one is very skeptical of what will happen next, because
of the way and manner in which the government is handling issues.
You many recall that this is the exact experience that we once had between 1966-1967 when the north massacred the Igbo
Biafrans, that culminated into a full scale civil war.
What the (Massob) is saying here is that some thing has to be done now before things gets out of hand, as a result we constantly demand the unconditional release of Chief Ralph Uwazuike and host of others, currently in Nigeria prisons.
We believe that the world is watching and as well listening, we wish to shout it more louder than ever before. WE WANT BIAFRA !! Our decision for Biafra is final, nothing else can replace this, Hasten now to give us Biafra or there is
going to be a big problem should any thing happen our leader and the host of others members
languishing in jail. Since Obasanjo has released his own kinsmen,
Ganiu Adams and Fasehu before leaving office. Remember that Justice delayed is justice denied.
Director of Information
Delta South Region
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