BIAFRA| IPOB Names UN Permanent Representatives, Delegates

by on April 26, 2016
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Cus­tomary Government on Monday named its permanent representatives and delegates to the United Nations (UN).
The appointment was the outcome of admission of Bilie Human Rights Initiative (the legal arm of the Customary Government) into the consulta­tive status of the United Nations to represent the Indigenous people of Biafra headed by the Supreme Council of Elders.
In a statement by the Cus­tomary Government of Biafra Media Representative-Com­rade, Chinedu Asuzu, it named eight prominent Biafran citizens as Permanent Representatives and 12 others as delegates.
The IPOB customary gov­ernment statement reads in part: “We are delighted to an­nounce to the general public that further to the admission of Bilie Human Rights Initiative (the legal arm of the Customary Government) into the Consul­tative Status of the United Na­tions ECOSOC to represent the Indigenous People of Biafra headed by the Supreme Coun­cil of Elders and in compliance with the UN directives to ap­point Permanent Representa­tives and Delegates for its Of­fices in New York, Geneva and Vienna.

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  • U Cant C Me
    April 26, 2016 at 10:49 am

    Comment…Wish U Goodluck


  • April 26, 2016 at 11:26 am

    Weather nw or later bt certainly His words wil com to pass. ‘ I wil gather my people where ever they have been scatered nd give them back there land’ that is His words


  • J.T
    April 26, 2016 at 12:09 pm

    pls lets biafra come to reality without hurting any body( i mean law abiding citizen) n remember dia is no freedom datz free.nigeria cannot remain one for ever.if its now i wish all biafrans well as they head to dia promise land .Untill all of us come to a point where political afiliation ,ethnicity,n religous bias will b put to an end n nigerian’s leaders r not ready to toe dat part.nigerians fought to regain dia freedom.so goodluck biafrans.


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