The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign state of Bi­afra (MASSOB) says it has drawn the attention of the International Community to the extra-judicial torture and murders of the un­armed and peaceful Biafran Self-Determination Agita­tors by the Nigerian security agents with impunity, which was later confirmed by the reports of Amnesty Inter­national and other Human Rights Organisation.
Consequently, “MASSOB Demands for the full investi­gation and immediate pros­ecution by the ICC to bring to book the culprits and per­petrators of the genocidal torture/murders visited on the non-violence Biafran Activists as a deterrent for such dastardly act in future”.
In a statement signed by Comrade Uchenna Madu (Leader of MASSOB), ahead of the commemoration of the fallen Biafran Heroes/ Heroines and celebration of the 50th anniversary of declaration of Republic of Biafra by our Supreme lead­er, General Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu on the 30th of May, he said, “we are concluding arrangement to forward the list of the vic­tims of this extra-judicial torture and killings as well as the names of the security agents who perpetrated this criminal acts to the ICC for their investigation and out­right prosecution through our team of Lawyers, pros­ecutors and others already engaged for the purpose of facilitating this case at the ICC.”
“MASSOB reiterates that we will never give up on this Biafran Self-Determination struggle until justice is guar­anteed and victory achieved for the people of Biafra.
“MASSOB is drawing the attention to our legitimate and peaceful upcoming events of the commemora­tion of the fallen Biafran Heroes and Heroines and celebration of 50 years an­niversary of Biafra inde­pendence declaration by General Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu on May 30th, 2017.
We also wish to alert the world about the intelligence re­port by Biafra Intelligence Agency (BIA) that the high­est command of Nigerian security agencies has given instruction to maim and kill our people as usual, for ex­ercising our human rights, including our right to self-determination.”

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