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Biafra Referendum: EU confirms Ekpa’s petition, sends invitation

Biafra Referendum: EU confirms Ekpa’s petition, sends invitation

By Davies Ngere Ify

Simon Ekpa, a well-known pro-Biafra agitator claims that the Biafran Republic Government in Exile, BRGIE petition letter was acknowledged by the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union.

Recall that the lawyer from Finland petitioned the US, the UN, the EU, and the International Criminal Court to demand that Nigeria hold a referendum on Biafra.

The EU requested a meeting with BRGIE in what appears to be a positive development for a resolution.

“Today, we have received acknowledgment from the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union; they further invited us for more consultations and gave us more directives on the next step.

“Remember, petitioned the European Union over Biafra Exit as the only solution for lasting peace. The fight for Biafra’s freedom is public; certain information will always be made public, while confidential information about our freedom remains confidential. Just to keep Biafrans updated”, he wrote.

Earlier, Ekpa submitted over 200 documents to the President of Finland, Sauli Niinistö.

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