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BIAFRA PASSPORT IS ACCEPTED ACROSS THE GLOBE – MASSOB


Following the controversy behind the Biafra passport, the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign States of Biafra (MASSOB) has stated that the passport is valid and accepted in various countries across the globe, Vanguard reports.

Sunny Okereafor, MASSOB’s National Director of Information, in an interview with Vanguard, insisted that many citizens of Biafra had used the passport issued by the Biafran Directorate of Passport, and travelled overseas without hitches.

He warned the federal government to stop seizing Biafra passport or threatening its holders.

“I assure you the Biafran passport is valid. Except Nigeria, other countries of the world accept Biafran passport and allow our citizens to travel with it. In Europe, North and South America, Biafra passport is accepted. Nigeria is the only country that seizes Biafran passport. Go to neighbouring Ghana here, they will stamp the passport for you. Don’t be confused by the propaganda of the Nigerian government that there is nothing like Biafra passport,” he said.

Okereafor also said: “MASSOB appeals to Biafra citizens to procure their passport and use it to travel. If you doubt me, get a Nigerian passport while I have my Biafran passport; when we get to Europe, you will see who they will welcome than the other.”

“Many people with Nigerian passport have been repatriated, but have you heard of anybody with Biafran passport receiving such ill-treatment?”

He disclosed that the Biafran passport cost N5, 000 and could be renewed with N2, 000 and denied reports that people who bought the passport are being turned back at various airports.

Recall that, the group had already presented a vehicle plate number, bearing United States of Biafra, drivers and vehicle licences, tax receipt, international passport and currency at the World Bank, which are things that make a people a nation.

However, federal government agencies in charge of issuing important documents like the International Passport have all washed off their hands in anything like an Igbo passport.