A well-known advocate for Biafra and a separatist figure stated that the observance of Democracy Day would cease to exist in the Southeast region.
It is worth mentioning that the Nigerian government designated the 12th of June as Democracy Day.
Responding to the celebration of Democracy Day, Ekpa, the lawyer residing in Finland and the Prime Minister of the Biafra Republic Government in Exile, expressed that there was no such festivity in Igboland.
Through various images shared on his Twitter account, the streets, roads, and markets appeared devoid of any activities on Monday.
“Ohanaeze does not serve as a representation for Biafra. They assert to represent Ndigbo, who believe in a united Nigeria; nonetheless, they merely represent 1% of the Biafra populace. Today, we have emerged victorious again, as there is no recognition of Nigeria’s Democracy Day in Biafraland. The Biafra Republic Government, based in exile, has officially abolished it. This is the current state of Biafra land on Nigeria’s democracy day, 12.6.2023,” he penned.