British Government opens up on Support for IPOB, Biafra [DETAILS]
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British Government opens up on Support for IPOB, Biafra [DETAILS]



IPOB orders sit at home

The British government has opened up on the agitations for Biafra, Restructuring and the Indigenous people of Biafra(IPOB) group, stating that they do not support IPOB or Secessionists.

The British government maintains that it would not support any activity that will lead to the break-up of Nigeria. The British high commissioner to Nigeria, Paul Arkwright during a visit to Joy 109.1 FM in Jos, had this to say;

“We are in favour of a united Nigeria; we do not support IPOB, we do not support secessionists.

Equally, they have a right to be heard because the constitution provides for freedom of expression, even as restructuring is going to be a major factor in the 2019 elections.

Although I do not know how exactly the restructuring will look like, I am sure that it is going to be a major determinant in the 2019 elections.”



  1. Shehu Shuaib

    December 15, 2017 at 10:12 am

    Address your concerns with Members of House of Parliament and Senators from your State to discuss your issues at the floor of the House in Abuja like every other State in Nigeria. You are not special or superior to other Nigerians for your information.
    Democracy is Government by the people; for the people under the Rule of Law.
    Nigerian Government is not ruling United Kingdom and they will never dictate to Nigerian Government because know and practice democracy in all aspect of their governance.
    The earlier you stop fooling yourselves the better.
    Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year in advance.

    • chidi

      December 15, 2017 at 3:45 pm

      Destiny can be delayed But can’t be denied . It may not be today, but it Will surely and certainly happen! Nigeria must fall!

  2. Mohammed

    December 16, 2017 at 8:42 am

    Why are you leaving the EU?

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