“All FG Properties Will Go To Biafra, Debts To Nigeria”, OEAS Gives Nig 90Days To Conduct Referendum

“All FG Properties Will Go To Biafra, Debts To Nigeria”, OEAS Gives Nig 90Days To Conduct Referendum
Biafra
The Organization of Emerging African States (OEAS), an international governmental organization that promotes self-determination and the end to colonial era boundaries in Africa has outlined reasons why there should be a snap referendum for Biafra Republic.
OEAS noted that if there is a secession, all “Property of the federal government within the borders of Biafra will become property of Biafra.
The Nigerian government however will retain all national debt. Biafra will then release the Nigerian government from any obligation to pay reparations for crimes committed during the war of
independence 1967-1970.”
OEAS noted that as of today the
people of Biafra are locked in an epic struggle with the Nigerian federal government, the inevitable result of which will likely be some form of self-determination for Biafra.
The OEAS wants a snap referendum
to be held within 90 days with OEAS,
UNPO, and UN, EU and AU nonaligned observers supervising the balloting process. Various effected groups and individuals have asked for details
which OEAS can now provide.
Why a Snap Referendum?
The people of Biafra have waited
almost 50 years to legitimize their
choice. There is no need to prolong
the process. A lengthy delay will no
doubt result in violence and
bloodshed as out of the area ruffians and intimidators come into the region to try to unlawfully influence results.
Who will be eligible to vote in the
Referendum?

All persons living within the confines
of the borders of the former Republic of Biafra as of January 1, 2016 will be eligible to vote. In addition, persons living outside the borders who can demonstrate significant ties to Biafra by family or property may choose to
vote as well.
What are the choices?
A. For total independence and the
restoration of the Republic of Biafra as a sovereign independent nation.

B. For internal self-rule as an
autonomous Biafra republic with its
own parliament, currency, police and prime minister but with external affairs and other matters handled by the Nigerian federal government.This would be an arrangement similar to
Scotland and the United Kingdom or
Greenland and Denmark.
C. For no change.

How many votes are required?
Whatever option above gets a plurality will be the chosen result.
If we choose an independent Biafra,
what then?
After an orderly transition period of
no more than 180 days, Biafra will
again be independent. Those who
wish to maintain their Nigerian
citizenship may do so but will be
under Biafran rule and must
affirmatively register themselves as
aliens. Likewise, those outside Biafra
with ties to Biafra may become Biafran citizens after renouncing Nigerian
citizenship.

What about former federal
government property?
Property of the federal government
within the borders of Biafra will
become property of Biafra. The
Nigerian government however will
retain all national debt. Biafra will then release the Nigerian government from any obligation to pay reparations for
crimes committed during the war of
independence 1967-1970.

What about the borders?
The borders with Nigeria must be
settled by the time of independence in order to avoid disorder and discord.
On the other hand, Biafra should not be obligated to follow any agreements
between Cameroun and Nigeria, any loss of territory must be subject to a democratic referendum.

Is all this really possible?
We answer emphatically is yes. The
people of the Autonomous Republic
of Crimea made their choice to leave
Ukraine under far more stressful
circumstances. The vote was so
overwhelmingly in favor that no
country has seriously challenged the
will of the people.

Finally, what about those criminals
who have oppressed Biafrans and
committed crimes and atrocities
against the people of Biafra?

A Truth and Reconciliation
Commission composed of Biafrans
and other experts will establish the
truth and investigate political and
genocidal crimes from 1967 to
present. The Committee will have the power to grant clemency and
forgiveness but also may make
recommendations as to prosecution in the most serious cases of crimes against humanity, war crimes, and genocide.

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