Binta Nyako and Nnamdi Kanu
By Tim Tochukwu
For Biafra Choice Writers

Nigeria, the expired country in the West Coast of Africa, will be treating the world to another judicial abracadabra of a trial, on Monday, October 17, 2017. On that date, one of its kangaroo courts, the Abuja High, will open the phantom trial of innocent Biafrans, who had done nothing, than that they flew Biafra flags and sang Biafra solidarity songs in public.
The absurdity of this trial is not only that the men were being charged for flying Biafran flags in public and singing Biafra solidarity songs; it is equally because they were being tried for treason that carries as high as death sentence. And as if that is not enough, the trial will commence without the prosecution tendering any evidence against the accused, as well as not lining up any witnesses to testify against them. This is in spite of the fact in its prosecution document; it claimed to have tapes and witnesses to prove the allegations. But it had tendered none and lined up no witness.
What other trial can be more absurd than this.
It is time the world must stop keeping quiet, but call Nigerian government and its judiciary to order. No organisation, group or country will have anything to loss in this regard as Nigeria has nothing to threaten them with. Whatever Nigeria is boasting of today, or has been boasting with in the past, is from Biafraland – being oil and gas; manpower, or any other natural resources – Biafra has it.
This is the time to pressure Nigeria to stop this phantom trial of innocent Biafrans, and make sure that they release unconditionally. Nigeria should be told in unmistakable terms that Biafrans demanding the independence of their country from the expired country called Nigeria are exercising their legitimate right.
It is a fact, and without any contradiction, that Nigerian government has been aware of the hollowness of the charges it has leveled against the Biafrans and has been trying frantically to find or event evidence, to prosecute the case. That was why it has abducted Biafrans and tortured many, hoping they would reveal anything implicating thing. They failed. That was why they invaded the house of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB, killing nothing less than 22 people, hoping they would find arms. But they failed because there was none.
Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has been peaceful, legal and none violent in its quest to restore the free and independent state of Biafra. Biafrans are the ancient peoples inhabiting the South-eastern part of West Africa (known also as the “Trigger of Africa”). They have existed hundreds of years before the Britain cobbled a contraption called Nigeria together by forcing indigenous peoples within its boundaries (Biafra inclusive).

Ever since then, Biafrans have been resisting it opting to stay out. But Nigerians have employed all wicked means to keep them within the boundaries, even the political and economic strangulation as well as torture and murder of the people.
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