Obugi saved me time I should have taken to reply you. I hope you read Obugi above. I shall add: any time Biafrans decide to conduct their in-house Referendum on Biafra, hopefully, President Buhari shall not send his Janjaweed soldiers to disrupt the Referendum process. David Cameron practically lost his voice several times appealing to Leave Campaigners to rethink their steps. British political and business establishment leaders cried out to the British voters to vote to remain in the EU. But alas, the British masses expressed their intention to leave the EU, and that's it. The will of the people, NOT the will of the leadership, class rules. You are being clever by half to indicate that Biafra people must go through Nigeria's parliament to get the process of restoration of Biafra. You know that is an impossible task. Do you expect your northern Nigeria politicians singing home every federal allocations day through the myriad number of states and hundreds of local government areas proliferated in northern Nigeria by northern Nigeria soldiers to say Aye to Biafra secession?