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Man alleges Biafran territories are seen on Scottish pounds (photos)

Man alleges Biafran territories are seen on Scottish pounds (photos)
Coming up with the recent agitation for Biafra alleges to have seen images of some territories claimed by agitators as part of the Biafra in the Scottish £10 note.

Chinasa Nworu, a Facebook user who posted the images online claimed that the existence of the territories on the Scottish pound is an indication of existence of Biafra years back.

The Clydesdale Bank featured images of Biafran territory on Scottish ten pound notes. The images feature areas are Akwa Ibom, Cross River State and Arochukwu

She wrote: "The imagery is meant to commemorate the life and work of Mary Slessor (a missionary in Calabar) who lived with the indigenous ethnicities, learned their language, and ended some customary practises such as the killing of twins.

"She adopted many Biafran children (particularly twins) who had been left to die. When Biafra became a British Protectorate, she became the first ever female Magistrate in the British Empire.

"That means they know Biafrans are indigenous people but they claimed we are Nigerians they claim Nigeria Boundary integrity as if there was Nigeria back then."

Man alleges Biafran territories are seen on Scottish pounds (photos)

The imagery is meant to commemorate the life and work of Mary Slessor

The imagery is meant to commemorate the life and work of Mary Slessor

However, an unidentified writer who wrote on the issue said: “Last Year, I was in Scotland and whilst alighting from a Cab, the driver asked, are you from Nigeria to which I responded with a BOLD YES, he then GAVE ME A £10 Scotland Pound and said your towns are in there.

"In Scotland, currency denominations have different designs and one of the design they dedicated a Town In Nigeria called Calabar where Mary Slessor stopped the Killing of Twins.

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