BIAFRA EMBASSY IN SPAIN-The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, and his team has established a “Biafra Embassy” in Spain following the approval of the Spanish government.
Nnamdi Kanu made this know through his live broadcast on social media, that more of this initiative is still coming as the Spanish government sees reasons to allow the establishment of the “Biafra Embassy” in their country.
Kanu said, the “Biafra Embassy” is located in the Basque region of the country, vows to establish more of this across the countries.
According to Biafra Magazine “At IPOB, we are very methodical and cautious in all we do because we are guided by our history. We must not forget the bitter lessons of the past because Biafra, despite being a predominantly Christian enclave, was abandoned by almost every major Christian country in the world.
“Our Mission in Spain was opened by our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu with members of the Directorate of State from all over the world present. Its primary purpose is to serve as the world administrative headquarters of IPOB.
Biafra Embassy in Spain, While speaking on plans to open new embassies in some other major countries, the Biafra Director said “It is on record that the Government of Spain has given us permission to kick-start our global Biafra Genocide Awareness exhibition in Vitoria Basque Country, Spain. Their policy will be there to protect us, and their media to report the event.
We can also confirm that the Indian Government has given us the approval to open another mission in the subcontinent. Our strategy of quiet expansionism will take us to every part of the world. As soon as preparations are finalized, we shall invite world media to attend the opening, if they can overcome their bias by then.
As you know, British hostility towards Biafra is well documented but we are encouraged by the fact that our broadcasting studios are still stationed in London where we have not encountered any difficulties to date. We hope to open a regional office there in the not too distant future.
“United States is key in our determination to be located in every country of the world to counter the lies of the Nigerian government. One of the areas we failed during the war of 1967-70 is that we lacked adequate presence abroad. Having identified this need, our leader quickly put in place a mechanism for the establishment of missions and offices around the world.
We have a small office in the Inglewood area of Los Angeles California which we hope to expand in the near future. Very soon we will announce the opening of our main office of the head of mission in the Washington United States. All hands are on deck to achieve this.
“We evaluate the criteria of opening an embassy in a country based on their core values, respect, and protection of freedom. How they view the issue of the rights of Indigenous people is also a determining factor.”