Atiku Wouldn’t Have Been Nigerian If Not For Referendum — Kanu’s Lawyer Explains
It has been revealed that Atiku Abukakar would have come from a special nation if not for referendum.
The Particular Counsel to the Chief of the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, Aloy Ejimakor made the revelation on Twitter.
In keeping with Ejimakor, agitation for self-determination is authentic.
Ejimakor stated the directive of the United Nations calling for the discharge of Kanu reveals their agitation is recognised.
Ejimafor additional acknowledged that the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Social gathering, Atiku Abubakar, wouldn’t have been a Nigerian citizen if not for a referendum.
He famous that the Nigerian authorities gained Adamawa State and misplaced Southern Cameroon by means of referendum and no one was detained, killed or terribly renditioned.
Ejimakor pointed to different nations that had been created by means of a referendum.
Kanu’s lawyer questioned why the Nigerian authorities is reluctant to conduct a referendum for Biafra.
Ejimafor urged that Federal Authorities cease suppressing the agitation for Biafra by utilizing the army drive on the agitators, however organise a referendum and permit the individuals to determine whether or not or not they wish to be autonomous.
The lawyer, in a submit on his Twitter account, wrote, “The UN directives on #MNK affirmed that separatist agitation is authorized & that referendum is a authentic software for settling it.
“Nigeria gained Adamawa and misplaced Southern Cameroon by means of referendum and no one was detained, killed or terribly renditioned.
“It’s a referendum that made Atiku a Nigerian. And it was by means of the Referendum that Midwest Area got here into being in 1964.
“That is all inside Nigeria, not counting nations created by referendum – Eritrea, Kosovo, South Sudan, and many others.
“The issue isn’t the separatist agitation. The issue is the militarist response to it. That’s is strictly what’s convulsing South-East and Nigeria by extension.”