IN a chat with Kamalu Iroegbulam of SUNBIGHT MEDIA, Regimental Sergeant Major of the Biafran National Guard, Eze Samuel, described as an effort of ridicule but in reality a useless action, the ABN TV interview to the manager of Benkama filling station located at Amaekpu- Ohafia.
According to him, the Head of BNG was ready to pay for what he collected in the pet store of the filling station but the manager and his staff were too frightened and even ran away.
“We disarmed the security men at the filling station because the Biafra Armed Forces has not yet approved any vigilante group or private security company in any town, borders, boundaries and territories of Biafra.”
RSM Eze Samuel said the priority of any right thinking human being at the moment should be the unconditional acquittal and release of Biafran prisoners of conscience imprisoned for over fifteen (15) years in the Onitsha and Awka prisons.
These innocent men and women unjustly imprisoned for exercising the Right to Self-determination includes: Mrs. Onyekachi Orji, Miss Okwudiri Bassey, Uche Idikaigbo, Michael Okezie, Uchenna Nicholas, Peter Igbokwe, Ikechukwu Aghara, Chima Asor and Chinweike Irondi.
Others are Sabastine Amadi, Casmir Odakara, Ojemba Anyanwu, Eni Kalu, Ndubuisi Okam, Ikechukwu Chikwem, Emmanuel Orji, Chukwuma Kalu, Chidiebere Chikwem and Mmaduabuchi Asika. Including Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Benjamin Onwuka.
“We will not apologise for whatever action that we have taken to get on with the self-defence of our borders, boundaries and territories because the price for our Sovereignty which includes laying down our lives is greater than any Individual or Business”
“The Biafran National Guard is mandated by United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, article 32.1 which states that “Indigenous peoples have the right to determine and develop priorities and strategies for the development or use of their lands or territories and other resources, he concluded. ■