“Let it be made clear that when the Referendum Threshold is reached in the LNC RoadMap/Template, great Multitudes of the Peoples of the Lower Niger in the Homeland, numbering over 70 Million, will not require the irritating, distracting and meddlesome middleman-ship of the phantom “multitude” now being bandied about, to be “persuaded” to vote an overwhelming YES for Freedom,” Tony Nnadi writes.
“What we need now is freedom from IPOB and Kanu. They are the real threats that we have. They lie, assassinate, destroy, malign, and beat up elders,” Russell Bluejack writes in Opinions.
Opinion | The Distressed Federation Of Nigeria, The Options For Reconstruction And The Urgency Of Now
•Being a Presentation by the Secretary-General of the Lower Niger Congress (LNC) Tony Nnadi to the Organization of Nigerian Nationals (OON), October 5, 2019 in Dallas, Texas.
In the Atlantic Post Opinion Section, Russell Bluejack writes: “Let the Igbo start with economic freedom. All the noise about the success of the Igboman comes to nothing, if the East remains the most underdeveloped region in Nigeria.”
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), a separatist movement rooted in Eastern Nigeria, has urged the United Nations to intervene in the cases of the Shiites leader, Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, and the Convener of #Revolution now#, Omoyele Sowore, saying they are prisoners of conscience.