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Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Reconciliation after 46 years of divide and rule, Ijaw Brothers Vow To Sustain Biafra Struggle.

Our Ijaw Brothers Vow To Sustain Biafra Struggle, Demand Kanu’s Immediate Release.

 Members of the now-rested Niger Delta Peoples Democratic Front, NDPDF, have advised President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately release the embattled leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, in order to reduce the growing tension in the country.

They equally demand­ed an immediate pull-out of the military personnel deployed to the Niger Bridge in Onitsha, Anambra state, to allow free flow of traffic for the “innocent citizens of South- South and South East”.

Leader of the group, Pre­cious Iyoyo (aka General Playboy) made this call over the weekend in Port Har­court, the Rivers State capital, where he warned that the continued detention of Kanu, even af­ter a court had released him on bail, was provocative and dictatorial.

He disclosed that former militants would not fold their hands and watch their brothers and sisters from the South-South and South East regions “chased, tortured or enslaved with impunity in our land.”

“The Ni­gerian government is dan­gerously pushing us to the wall. The unprovoked mass shooting and killing of our brothers and sisters will no longer be tolerated,” Iyoyo warned.

While calling on those from the two geopolitical zones who are sabo­taging the Biafra struggle to have a rethink, he vowed that the NDPDF would support and sustain the agitation.

8 comments

  1. I feel like crying, Thank God for opening our brother ijaw people, God AM GREATFULL

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  2. God's not dead.... Let the unity keeps strengthening.

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  3. In biafra i stand,i am from
    cross river state

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  4. In biafra i stand,i am from
    cross river state

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  5. Great. We need to reach out to our other brothers nigeria tactifully put in different states and region to weaken us as indigenous people of biafra. We need to be united more than ever to achieve our collective dream of prosterity and freedom from d hausa/foolani/british oligarchy. If radio biafra is a crime, what about BBC hausa radio?

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  6. Enter your comment...Thank ckukwuokekeabiama for uniting us together.In Biafra I stand,Biafra must be restored. Nigeria government release our director and leave us alone ,we don't want to belong to Nigeria anymore'

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