In a statement by its spokesperson, Emma Nmezu and Dr Clifford Chukwuemeka Iroanya, the group also said the Biafra constitution would not make provisions for Sharia.
The statement reads, “The Constitution of Biafra shall be a collective effort of Biafran citizens. Every Biafran will participate in the formulation and ratification of the constitution. No single individual will arrogate the powers to himself/herself to write the nation’s constitution.
“The blessed nation of Biafra shall never be a member of any Islamic body. Biafra shall maintain its secularity both in principles and in practice unlike the British-created country called Nigeria that professes secularity in principle but a ranking member of OIC in practice.
“Also, citizens will not be forced to practice a particular religion. There will be freedom of worship for adherents of all faiths without molestation. If the persecuted Shiite sect members wish to relocate to Biafraland, we would gladly accommodate them along with other tormented Christians in the North (Arewa land).
The group recently urged the National Assembly to sack President Muhammadu Buhari, citing the rise in human right violation since he was sworn in last year.