You cannot stay where you are, far removed from the scene and determine who is or who is not forcefully copted into Biafra.
I witnessed the last IPOB rally in Port Harcourt(my base), I know the members of the ethnic nationalities I saw on the rally and I can tell you that most are not Igbos, going by the languages they spoke and the ethnic songs they sang. The zeal they exhibited did not suggest that they were forced to participate.
Anyway, forcefully copting people into Biafra is not possible, since there will be referendum most likely to be conducted by the United Nations. During the referendum, parties can always vote to opt out.
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