Adeleye said the NINAS Million-Man march is already a success, adding that the group awaits President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to the United States.
He said: ”The NINAS Million-Man Freedom March is a SUCCESS. It really rattles the Buhari Government. The Nigerian Government is now begging the Media not to cover our events, trying to paint our March as an IPOB event.
“This is a divide and rule tactic that has failed.
“We should now prepare for the 24th September 2021 when Buhari will address the General Assembly to stage another march.”
Members of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination stormed the UN headquarters in New York on Tuesday and Wednesday, urging world leaders to facilitate the conduct of a referendum in Nigeria.
The coalition of agitators for self-determination consists of southerners and Middle Belt people, under Ilana Omo Oodua, Lower Niger Congress and the Middle Belt Movement, led by Prof Banji Akintoye, Tony Nnadi and Yusuf Turaki respectively.