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Wednesday, 19 October 2016

IPOB PERFECTS BAIL TERMS OF 22 IPOB DETAINEES AT IKOT-ABASI PRISONS

IPOB PERFECTS BAIL TERMS OF 22 IPOB DETAINEES AT IKOT-ABASI PRISONS


Ibeh Gift Amarachi
For Family Writers

The Leadership of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, have once again proven that the restoration of Biafra, will bring about a total sanity of mind and renewal of lost glory amongst Biafrans by fervently working towards the perfection and release of 22 detainees, who was detained in Ikot-Abasi Prison since February 2016. They were charged for unlawful gathering and belonging to an unlawful society.

Ibeh Gift Amarachi representing IPOB Leadership was in Akwa-Ibom State,for three weeks during the processing and perfection of bail terms and their release.

 The former IPOB inmates of Ikot-Abasi Prison, have in their ardent delightment, appreciated the effort of IPOB Leadership towards their release and as well extend their gratefulness to Mazi Uche Mefor, Ibeh Gift Amarachi,Mazi Sunny, Mazi Clement Innocent, Elder Ebere for showcasing unending Love towards them and putting into practice one of IPOB slogans "Ononube Nwane Agbanoso'(He who hears the cry of his brother, should not run away").

While taking the Boys back to Port Harcourt, they sang resounding victorious songs in praises of the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra Citizen Nnamdi Kanu and expressed an intense delightment over their release. As the vehicle conveyed them home, they screamed IPOB.. One Family.. Biafra.. Freedom..

Families of the Ex-Inmates, showed their appreciation to IPOB Leadership and the entirety of IPOB.
It was indeed a battle, as the Nigeria Government is gluttonously bent to halting the agitation of Biafra,by arresting,maiming,killing and unlawfully abducting innocent and unarmed Biafrans.
The celebration of their release, started from 8: pm upon their arrival to Port Harcourt and extended to the following day, being the 19th of October 2016. The details of their celebration will be publicised soon.

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