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BIAFRA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

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BIAFRA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (MEET THE SUPREME COUNCIL OF ELDERS)

The supreme council of elders is the legal entity and the legitimate body authorised by law to administer the customary affairs of Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB.

Generally indigenous people are those that have historically belonged to a particular region or country, before its colonization or transformation into a nation state, and may have different, cultural, linguistic, traditional, and other characteristics to those of the dominant culture of that region.

Historically they have often been dispossessed of their lands, or in the centre of conflict for access to valuable resources because of where they live, or, in yet other cases, struggling to live the way they would like. Indeed, indigenous people are often amongst the most disadvantaged people in the world.

In the light of this, we as Indigenous people of Biafra has through the customary law as enshrined in the Nigeria constitution under the leadership and authority of the Supreme Council of Elders (S.C.E) constituted the Indigenous administration of Biafra people within Nigeria polity to assert and exercise our right to self-determination to ensure the safety of lives and property of our people, to protect our people from continues killings and to guarantee a safe nation where our people can be free, free from economic subjugation, free from social discrimination, free from religious motivated killing, free from terrorism

TODAY 28/06/2014 Highlight of the day

Need of opening up diplomatic channels in various countries of the world.

The need to rally round the Indigenous administration of Biafra people

Who are the leaders or legal custodians of the administration of Indigenous people of Biafra?

How do our diplomatic mission get mandate to act under the directive of SCE for Indigenous People of Biafra?

General views and opinions are welcomed

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