The Movement for the Actualization of the African Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has kicked against the invitation of 14 Chinese medical doctors to Nigeria and the South East.
MASSOB leader, Comrade Uchenna Madu, in a statement, warned the government of China to limit the medical services to the Arewa and Oduduwa areas of the country.
He said the assistance should be concentrated in the northern and southwestern parts of the country where the COVID-19 was active.
POLITICS NIGERIA reported the arrival of 15 Chinese experts alongside some medical equipment to the country on Wednesday.
According to MASSOB, the decision to bring the Chinese was part of the grand design by President Muhammadu Buhari to sell Nigeria’s economic sovereignty to China.
MASSOB said: “It is his desire to solidify new Chinese colonization of Nigeria, which is gradually diffusing the economic and political interest of the government of the United States of America in Nigeria.
“MASSOB shall resist any medical assistance from China to the people of Biafra.
“Coronavirus disease is not in Biafra land and can never penetrate in Biafra land. It is only on trade, commerce and political diplomacy that the people of Biafra have a bilateral relationship with the people and government of China.
“MASSOB, therefore, advises the Chinese government and people not to bother themselves on the people of Biafra concerning coronavirus disease.
“They should concentrate their medical assistance to President Buhari’s kinsmen in Arewa land and political associates in Oduduwa land, who are more devastated in the coronavirus infections because MASSOB has informed the people of Biafra to resist any form of medical assistance from China in regards to coronavirus disease.
“Medical doctors and other health workers in the South East and South-South are capable and are well trained to handle every medical challenge professionally.
“MASSOB hereby advises the eastern zone of Nigeria Medical Association to reject outright this President’s sudden love for the lives of our people,” the statement read in parts.