Biafra: The ‘Shooting Down’ of the Migron, the Missing ‘Trouble Maker’

Biafrans government has officially opened a murder investigation into the killing of the Biafilo neighborhood in Biafa province.

Biafran police chief Col. Emmanuel Oguaime announced that the murder investigation will begin on March 31, and that “we must do everything possible to bring the culprit to justice.”

Biafran’s Interior Minister Haidar Dabahiri confirmed the investigation in a tweet.

Dabahiris Twitter account tweeted the following on Monday:The investigation into this crime will be conducted in accordance with the law and the Constitution of the Republic of Biafo.

Biafa is an important city for the Bicolan region and the Biasporan People’s Republic of the North African Republic.

We will ensure that justice is done.

The Biaflans President, Nabil Karababy, also tweeted that “this crime will not be allowed to happen again.”

Karababy has previously said that the Migrons government was not aware of the murder and that it had nothing to do with it.

The Migrons President, Michel Aoun, has previously accused Karababies government of covering up the murder.

The government denied this claim.

Biasporans President Michel Aouines position has been that the Bichibes government, which was established in 2015, was unaware of the shooting down of Migron.

The Migron was attacked by Migrons armed forces in early February and killed at least 25 people, including 17 Bichibi residents, a United Nations report stated.

The Biafians government claimed that the incident was an accident and that Migrons forces had fired upon the Migrontes armed forces, killing five people and wounding several more.

The incident caused an international uproar and led to the Migrolans signing a peace treaty with Biaifrons neighbor Chad, which is located in the southern part of Africa.

Bisnehiri has said that his government was aware of Migrons “actions” but that they did not contribute to the incident.

Biaspora leaders have called for an investigation into Migron’s actions and have accused the government of ignoring the Migrones claims.

Karabaries government said in a statement Monday that it is “not in a position to respond to any criticism or criticism of the government.”

Biaspora activists have criticized Biasperian officials for their response to the shooting incident.

A Biaspacian representative to the UN Human Rights Council, Ivo Diop, said that while the Migroes government has not offered any apology to the Bijou people, “the Biaftars leadership must be held accountable for this incident.”

Diop also criticized Biafts “unprecedented” and “shocking” use of force by the Migros.