Open Letter To United Nations Leader's On Refusal Of Nigerian Government To Act In Accordance With U.N Charter On Self-determination

■ Author : Chinonso Igwebuike Mbah
■ Twitter:@umuchiukwu
■ 31st January 2023

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760 United Nations Plaza,
Manhattan,New York City
(International Territory)

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un.int (Permanent Missions

Sir/Ma

Good morning, good evening and good afternoon depending on the time zone as of when this letter is conveyed to your office. The Indigenous People Of Biafra "IPOB" has on several occasions visited your headquarters situated at Geneva, Switzerland as was directed by our diplomatic team based in London and United States Of America regarding our rights to self-determination.

UN Leaders, Secretary‑General António Guterres, Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed, General Assembly President Csaba Kőrösi, Economic and Social Council President Collen Vixen Kelapile I wish to remind this very leadership on the submission of the United Nation's charter on self-determination, for total emancipation of Biafrans from the entity called Nigeria, for peace, justice, unity, equality, fairness and strong institution of making the world a better place, as regards to United Nation's charter on people's rights to self-determination which Nigeria is also among the 196 countries signatory to this charter globally, which says:

The right of a people to self-determination is a cardinal principle in modern international law (commonly regarded as a jus cogens rule), binding, as such, on the United Nations as authoritative interpretation of the Charter's norms. It states that peoples, based on respect for the principle of equal rights and fair equality of opportunity, have the right to freely choose their sovereignty and international political status with no interference, B Article 2/4 of United Nations charter prohibits the threat or use of force on those seeking for self-determination and calls on all members to respect the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of other states, which Nigerian government has failed woefully to do.

Series of letters have been submitted to your offices, Sir/Ma regarding Nigerian government violent approach in handling those exercising their rights to self-determination including committing extraordinary rendition against the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra "IPOB" Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

With hope to work with the United Nations on people's rights to self-determination, peaceful coexistence of Biafrans, justice and fairness, strong institution and unity of the global family of United Nations, we Biafrans have chosen to exit Nigeria for good, to develop and grow our sovereign state of Biafra, for good and betterment of our dear citizens, including humanity at large, irrespective of your ethnicity, religion or culture the new nation Biafra should be a home for all .

Sir/Ma it's now the duty of your leadership to review the United Nations charter on self-determination to it member states, as it's a constitutional rights/provision for indigenous people seeking sovereignty, it's high time the United Nations move a proposal call for the sovereign state of Biafra on the floor of United Nations to end the conflict happening in Nigeria. The government of Nigeria ably led by Buhari impostor must be made to know that his administration has trapped on the laws of United Nations charter on rights to self-determination, those he illegally kidnapped for exercising their rights to self-determination must be released unconditionally and referendum conducted.

I will be very glad as to using your leadership to facilitate the sovereign state of Biafra Sir/Ma, as a nation among many other nations whose flag will be raised at the floor of United Nations .

Thank you very much Sir/Ma. Sincerely yours Chinonso Igwebuike Mbah, as you act in accordance with United Nations charter on self-determination without fear or favour.

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#BiafraExit

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