Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu said he does not believe in the restructuring of Nigeria being called by eminent Nigerians.
Kanu said that Nigerian Government would not keep any agreement reached in the restructuring exercise. According to him, it is referendum or nothing.
He spoke after seven pro-Biafra groups agreed to work together under the leadership of Nnamdi Kanu, with the aim of achieving faster, their quest for referendum that will lead to the formation of the Republic of Biafra
The groups said they decided to work together so that they would be speaking with one voice, seeking one objective of securing the Republic of Biafra.
He said Aburi agreement was reneged on by Nigerian Government and that the 2014 National Conference was dumped where it was coated by dust until the Biafra agitation became intense and it was remembered.
On whether the IPOB has formerly written to the United Nations demanding referendum, Kanu said the best letter was the continuous civil disobedience, which he said serves as “handwriting on the wall for the government. They wake up to see it everyday.”
Meanwhile, Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano State, has weighed in on the recent quit notice, saying the Igbo in his state and “everybody is now an indigene of Kano.”
Ganduje said: “Nobody has quit Kano; they said they are not going anywhere and we too, we told them that they were not going anywhere. So, it is an issue that we in Kano want to be an example of national integration.
“Therefore, in Kano, we are dialoguing with the people and, in fact, we have even abolished the issue of indigene versus settlers. Everybody in Kano is an indigene of Kano but there are some indigenes of Kano with primordial claims elsewhere which is a fact.”