I, Onyebuchi Eze, a Biafran freedom fighting activist and also a member of Family Writers with Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) under the supreme leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (Prisoner of Conscience), an Indigenous People from the old Eastern Region of the defunct Nigeria federation in West Africa which its indigenous people reside all over the world. I am unreservedly sending to you this congratulatory message for the new position given to you by the international community. I am very happy for your emergence as the new Secretary-general of United Nations. I am also by extension appreciating the Almighty God for making the process of your emergence as the UN Secretary-general very peaceful.
Sir, I am highly convinced that your emergence is going to be a new dawn to United Nations at least by restoring the prestige, integrity and authority vested on United Nation Charter which nearly lost its powers & relevance to protect the political, cultural, economic, religious and human right of Indigenous People especially in Africa under the watch of your predecessor, Mr Ban Ki-Moon. Sir, I am convinced that your tenure will restore the dignity and pride of United Nations which is anchored in defence of the down trodden, vehement protection of the right of any Indigenous People under heaven no matter the colour of their skin, giving hope to battered, wounded, molested, massacre & displaced people anywhere in the world.
Sir, all these above mentioned goals for establishing United Nations got forgotten completely or become a mere verbal expression during the tenure of your predecessor, Ban Ki-Moon in United Nations. Sir, Mr Ban Ki-Moon and his general assembly practically turned UN into an organization for aiding dictatorship, a platform for praising-singing for tyrants like President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria who defiantly disobeyed the orders and verdicts of Nigeria municipal courts and ECOWAS court & a citadel for clapping for the oppression of humanity.
Sir, I also want to use this opportunity to bring to your notice the plight of people of Biafra in West Africa, a republic declared in the year 1967, by the then Nigeria military office Col Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu. Sir, that republic existed for 30 months in the face of a genocidal war which claimed 3.5 million Biafran lives including children and women. The war was waged against our fathers by Nigeria military coalition headed by Britain with the support of USSR, Egypt and other Arab nations as UN watch.