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Wednesday, 16 November 2016

BIAFRA: IPOB FAMILY IN ABUJA RECORDS MASSIVE TURN OUT OF NEW MEMBERS

BIAFRA: IPOB FAMILY IN ABUJA RECORDS  MASSIVE TURN OUT OF NEW MEMBERS



By Moses Agbo and Ifechineke Akpu
For Family Writers

The Indigenous People of Biafra {IPOB} Abuja, the Federal Capital City of Nigeria, recorded an unimaginable number of new members during her general meeting on the 13th November, 2016.
The Abuja National Co-ordinator, Mazi Victor Ukaegbu  welcomed all the members and thanked Chukwu Okike Abiama for his endless mercy, protection, guidance and above all, for making IPOB under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu  a world phenomenon.

He acknowledged everyone present for their endless efforts and formidability so far in the struggle and urged everyone to remain steadfast and resolute always. He equally laid emphasis on the 'motto' that binds us together as one united family: 'ONURU UBE NWANNE AGBALA OSO'.

Furthermore, Mazi Ukaegbu appreciated the ever powerful IPOB media and the relentless efforts of Family Writers Press, noting that the struggle is recording victory today simply because of the actions and formidability of our media which helps immensely to spread information across the globe. He described IPOB media as one compared to no other in Nigeria, charged everyone to give their support to it.

General, all the new members including a Biafran veteran present, narrated their experiences on how IPOB leadership, it's transparency; truthfulness awakened their already 'dead' spirits after all the frustrations and setbacks suffered from Uwazurike led MASSOB. They praised and pledged their loyalties to the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, noting that he is the 'Joshua' of Biafrans and pledged never to give up until he is released and Biafra restored.

Frankly speaking, Biafra is an ideology indeed as even our aged mothers and fathers echoed 'Biafra or death’ thunderously. IPOB under the leadership of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has done a great job by uniting all Biafrans which the Hausa/Fulani and the Yorubas never thought could happen. For them, 'Biafra was dead and buried' but Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, authoritatively, said 'No, Biafra is still alive, she burns in us and her restoration is here'.

Edited by Ngozi Kalu
For Family Writers


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