The Movement of Biafrans in Nigeria (MOBIN) has resolved to provide renumerations for volunteers who will be willing to contribute their expertise to the Biafran project that its unfolding. MOBIN Chairman Barrister Emeka Emekesiri who stated this in the BIAFRA INDEPENDENCE PROJECT ACTION PLAN, listed a number of areas where volunteers are needed to contribute their expertise.
He also listed five action plans that MOBIN and the Customary Government of the Indigenous Poeple of Biafra in the Biafran Project.
He argued that Judicial, Diplomatic (national and international diplomacy), Administrative, Political and Legislative actions must be followed as a preresequite for the success of the project.
Speaking further, the barrister revealed that the struggle has achieved a high level of success, and now needs able profesionals in different fields to handle assignements as they emerge.
His words “It is necessary at this moment to constitute the work force that will drive the Biafra Project Phase 2. All the Biafran activists who believe in the legal methodology of self-determination consisting of the judicial, political and diplomatic processes are requested to get involved now. We require the following experts and areas of expertise:
- Competent coordinators of IPOB Customary Government Town Hall Meetings in all cities or towns
- Public Relations experts and lobbyists
- Experts in Government and Public Administration
- Media practitioners (audio, visual, print media, social media, bloggers, etc)
- Cartoonists, artists, musicians, pamphleteers, etc.
- Human rights lawyers, experts in Law and Diplomacy, Policy and Strategies
- IT practitioners (Information Technology)
- Security and Intelligence experts
- Business development consultants, investment experts and financiers
- Dispute Resolution practitioners (lawyers, arbitrators, negotiators or mediators)
He continued “The Biafran Independence Project must now be handled professionally. We shall consider experience and pedigree of the applicants and not mere paper qualifications. If you are qualified and experienced in any of the fields, and interested in working for the IPOB Customary Government in any capacity, please send your application with your comprehensive CV by email addressed to the Chairman through the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org; or email@example.com; You can visit MOBIN at www.mobinbiafra.org for more information on the Biafran political activities.
“As a matter of extreme urgency, we need capable and qualified leaders immediately who will coordinate the IPOB Customary Town Hall Meetings as organised by MOBIN in all cities and countries of the world. Due diligence checks shall be carried out on them and their personal details shall be sent to the Governments of the countries where they live including the Nigerian Government for their recognition. We cannot be in hiding but must engage with the governments face to face. Any person who desires to work for our Customary Government must be a man or woman of proven integrity.
“In the meantime, we shall continue to render free services to the Biafran Struggle using our personal resources and any helps we can receive from friends and well-wishers until the re-organization of the movement is completed. Any person who is willing to help us with finances should visit our websites at www.ipobgovernment.org or mobinbiafra.org and make his or her donations.
Speaking on the legitimacy of the Project, Emekesiri expliened the very nature of the Customary Government both in national and international laws “Our Customary Government is a legitimate government which has made representations to some powerful nations of the world. Though the Customary Government is not yet sovereign, it is a recognised institution in both national and international law. It is an Institution designed to organise the Biafrans as a people seeking for independence. The IPOB Customary Government Agency is registered with the UN for international relations. I did not create Customary Law. The only thing I created was how to apply Customary Law as an existing law protected by the Nigerian Constitution to pursue the right to self-determination”, he concluded.