Leader of Movement for Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) otherwise called Biafra Indipendent Movement (BIM), Chief Ralph Uwazuruike has charged newly inaugurated Biafran judicial workers to maintain the non violent approach the movement was known for in the struggle to actualize Biafran state.
He expressed satisfaction with the judicial workers who he said were appointed on merit, reminding them that Biafran nation has already been achieved and recognised globally.
He also commended the National Secretary of Biafra Judiciary, Prof. Michael Mbaji who was also appointed a member of the Supreme court of the movement.
“BIM-MASSOB is a non violent organisation struggling to actualize a Biafran nation and we can not be involved in violent activities like
IPOB,” he said.
Responding, Mbaji assured that Igbo would not go to war again, saying, “all these agitation groups were off-shoots of Chief Ralph Uwazuruike including Nnamdi Kanu and we are not against
their efforts to actualize a Biafran state but rather we are against using violence to do it.”
The Chief Justice, Calister Amamgbo, during the inauguration, swore in four Supreme court judges, namely, Prof. Michael Mbaji, Merry Gold, Peter Onyema who is also the Commissioner for Oath and Nkechinyere Ajunwa.
The Appeal court judges also inaugurated included Akpasi Akpan who is also the President of Appeal court, Esther Orie Ogbonna, Enyinnaya Akunnaya, Innocent Odo Nwankwo and Damian Nzekwe.
One of the Appeal court judges,
Damian Nzekwe, commended Chief Uwazuruike for the actualization of a Biafra State and pledged that the new judges would work in accordancewith their oath of office.